• Review: Deadly Games Dallas After Dark

    It took me a few hours to read "Deadly Games", I could not put it down. The story was so enthralling and the author did a good job in using scapegoats. Katherine and Nash’s relationship is not the traditional meet and greet. It’s actually quite funny...

  • Review: Charmed at First Sight Charmed in Texas, #4

    A runaway bride has been done plenty of times but this one is totally an awesome runaway. A sexy motorcycle rider with secrets and relationship issues helps Micah leave town. Leo has no need to get involved with any more drama yet he becomes a savior...

  • Review: Soulmate Soulmates Book 1

    “Soulmates” by Erin M. Leaf explores the connection that forms between Guy, a mature widower and Theo, a male empath who knows that Guy is his soulmate, despite his previous heterosexual relationship. I love stories that explore psychic phenomena and...

  • Review: Rank & File Anchor Point, #4

    “Rank and File” by L.A. Witt is a sobering look at the potential for violence while soldiers are still at home and training. The cases that Curtis and his men deal with are not the focal points of the story but give an inkling of the stresses that can...

  • Review: Magic Runs Deep

    “Magic Runs Deep” by Alex Whitehall provides an intriguing look at shapeshifters and the connection between the animal and human sides. The gradual unveiling of each of the main characters’ strengths and weaknesses as well as the establishment of a bond...

  • Review: Josh Wyoming Shifters: 12 Years Later Book 3

    “Josh” by Catherine Lievens has intriguing elements but didn’t quite mesh for me. I’m not sure whether is was time or length constraints, but I wanted more information. I liked the vocations the guys had (baker and veterinarian) but I was confused and...

  • Review: Loving a Stranger A Kindred Tales Novel - Brides of the Kindred

    Evangeline Anderson continues her Kindred Tales with "Loving a Stranger". Reeve presents a cold persona but that is in self-defense. His "kind" is not welcomed due to their ability to hijack another person. I can see that bias, but I'm more of 'I'll trust...

  • Review: Phaze Xi Force Book 2

    This is definitely a second book, but I think it mostly stands alone. There's backstory enough to make the world interesting, but understanding everything isn't necessary to enjoying the book as it is. Although I'm definitely going back and hunting down...

  • Review: The Marrying Type The Man Catalog Book 1

    I read the blurb on “The Marrying Type” and I just had to see how a business arrangement became a love affair. What I found was a terrific story. There are secrets that may break the fragile trust between Libby and Blaine. There is a controlling father...

  • Review: Chased Chase Brothers, #3

    The story between the pages of “Chased” has been previously published… but has been refreshed in this new release. It is also part of a series about four hot brothers. That being said, it stands alone and is worth reading again. This book has an interesting...

  • Review: Taking Chase Chase Brothers, #2

    “Taking Chase” is the second book in a series about the Chase brothers. Two notes: this book does stand alone and it was previously published but has been refreshed. That being said, I loved this book. The Chase family is awesome. It is close knit with...

  • Review: Away The Folk Trilogy Book 1

    “Away” is a fantastic fantasy story that will have you wondering what is going on and how things will be solved. At first, as lots of characters and folk are being introduced things are a bit confusing but soon everything straightens out and the adventure...

  • Review: Wyatt Dragons of Riddich Book 5

    "Wyatt" is part of the Dragons of Riddich series. Each book can be read without having read any of the previous books. The world that is developed is a wonderful combination of modern day Australia, Earthly paranormal operatives and aliens that turn into...

  • Review: Sword of Judgement Crimson Realm Chronicles Book 4

    Crimson Realm Chronicles continues in this fourth book in the series. In "Sword of Judgement" we get more of Erica and Laro’s continuing relationship as well as a glimpse into past connections as well as future ones. Like book two this one focuses more...

  • Review: Dream Lover Dreams Come True

    I’m not sure if this is a bad boy becoming good or a good girl becoming bad. Regardless, April and Brandon were fun to read about. They each had issues and decisions to make that would not only affect themselves but others. I think one of the reasons...

  • Review: The Big Alpha in Town

    "Bearing His Name" by Eve Langlais stands up to the quality of work I expect from this fun loving, funny and brilliant author. Eve's story is the first one in the book and she starts it off with a bang. Our hero Ark gets a letter informing him that he...

  • Review: Devoted to Pleasure A Devoted Lovers Novel, #1

    This is a terrific romance between two interesting characters that has a surprise ending. The character development was outstanding for all of the characters which really made them come alive. Shealyn was a small town girl dealing with glitz, glamour...

  • Review: Off the Grid The Lost Platoon, #2

    Monica McCarty returns to her exciting Lost Platoon series with an awesome second book, "Off The Grid". This thrilling page turner romance suspense story had me hanging on every word right up until the last page. "Off The Grid" was a one of a kind second...

  • Review: An Affair with a Spare The Survivors, #3

    Shana Galen once again proves why she is a steady presence on my must-read list. Her latest historical romance, "An Affair with a Spare" is a perfect example of everything I love in the genre done absolutely perfectly. Rafe Beaumont is an absolutely fantastic...

  • Review: The Cottages on Silver Beach Haven Point

    “A soulmate is someone who has locks that fit our keys, and keys to fit our locks. When we feel safe enough to open the locks, our truest selves step out and we can be completely and honestly who we are” - Richard Bach That was roughly what happened with...

  • Review: Jax's Dilemma Insurgents MC Romance Book 2

    Buckle in. Make sure you're ready for one hell of a ride because Jax's Dilemma: Insurgents MC Romance Book 2, is going to take you all the way. This book not only a hot and sexy read but it has a great story with strong characters that deliver. I literally...

  • Review: Worth the Wait Out in Portland, #3

    Merritt and Avery’s relationship started out rocky in the beginning, due to a misunderstanding. I wasn’t sure if they were going to work it out or not and it kept me on the edge of my seat. Here you have two people that shared feelings for each other...

  • Review: Back in the Rancher's Arms

    This book gave me so many emotions it wasn’t even funny. What Dylan did for Kayla was very selfless but also very stupid. I really hate it when one person in a relationship makes a decision for both of them. If he had just talked to Kayla instead of pushing...

  • Review: The Substitute Wife Brides of Little Creede Book 1

    I wasn’t sure how I felt about this book in the beginning but it got better and sucked me in. My main concern was Harrison and him being such a flaming bastard to Retta when she and Adeline first showed up. He immediately turned me off but as I got to...

  • Review: Mages & Mechanisms Jak & Leander Book 1

    Devin Harnois is a new author to me and I did indeed enjoy "Mages and Mechanisms" a lot. The steampunk element made for an interesting read. It was a little slow going at first but once the book got going it moved at a good pace. Leander was a little...

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