• Review: Stone Cursed Highland Gargoyles Book 6

    This Gargoyle Shifter Romance is more than just your run of the mill romance novel. Lisa Carisle has written a strong story with main characters that the reader will fall in love with and root for. While on a flight, Alec, a gargoyle shifter, spots a...

  • Review: Shadow Keeper A Shadow Riders Novel, #3

    I am fast becoming a huge fan of this series. With each book you go deeper in the world of the Ferraro’s and their legacy. The whole family is interesting and I really can't wait for Emmanuelle’s story and to find out more about Valentino. "Shadow Keeper"...

  • Review: Too Wilde to Wed Wildes of Lindow Castle

    I was hesitant about this book at first because I'd read the one previous and I thought North a bit too oblivious and stuffy and I wished Diana would simply speak up if the wedding wasn't what she wanted. I'm so pleased to note that North is much more...

  • Review: Then There Was You Angel Falls

    “Then There Was You” is a fun, sweet, and heartwarming small town romance that mashes second chance romance, enemies to lovers, and opposites attract tropes together. Throw in the man-in-uniform aspect in the form of Chief Police Colton Walker, with female...

  • Review: The First Time at Firelight Falls A Hellcat Canyon Novel, #4

    Eden is os funny and protective that I just want to give her a high five every time she comes on scene. He’s a great mother and a great person in all. She’s kind of goofy but she’s also loyal. Her daughter Annelise is adorable and I love her competition...

  • Review: The Prince A Devil's Duke Novel, #4

    "The Prince" was wonderful, heartbreaking, amazing, and I wished that it was longer still so I could fully see the happily ever after that Libby and Ziyaeddin wrought for themselves. Ashe pulls no punches in this one, by the way. Sodomy and homosexuality...

  • Review: How to Forget a Duke Misadventures in Matchmaking, #1

    As one of my most anticipated reads of the year, I was so excited to have had the pleasure of an early reading of "How to Forget a Duke." I feel like that out of all the historical authors within the book industry the author, Vivienne Lorret is the writer...

  • Review: Texting Prince Charming

    This book wasn’t what I was thinking it was after reading the blurb. I expected it to be a college age couple, so characters in their 20’s. Instead, I found high school age characters with all the wild hormones of that age group. You also get all the...

  • Review: Come Home to Me

    Summer makes so many sacrifice in "Come Home to Me" that it makes me angry and a little emotional. She’s such a good mother and the sacrifices she makes so that David can have a good life nad get to know his father, but it works. Hunter is learning to...

  • Review: Hell Yeah!: Love With a Side of Crazy

    The character's in "Hell Yeah!: Love With a Side of Crazy" were fantastic throughout the book. I loved the craziness of the story as well as the hot romance! The author did a wonderful job of writing and tell this story. Tina Susedik kept readers on their...

  • Review: Terminal 19

    This is a very different coming of age story that has everything from a helicopter mother to an independent hot guy. It has Hope exploring life in a way she’s never been able to before yet always knowing that she can’t run away from her history or her...

  • Review: Hot Asset 21 Wall Street, #1

    First of all, reading this reminded me of that TV series “Billions” albeit in a more attractive package! Secondly, to be honest, I had a bit of a rough time starting as my first impression of Ian was not so great. His introduction scene had me gritted...

  • Review: Royally Hung

    Forget the tale we think we know. "Royally Hung" is a new kind of fantasy. The charming prince is a royal jerk with a chip on his shoulder and an appetite for the naughty side of life. Dare is no walking dream, but he does have a few surprisingly sweet...

  • Review: Love at Last: A Braden Flirt Love in Bloom: The Bradens at Peaceful Harbor Book 7

    Melissa Foster's new flirt, “Love at Last”, was short and sweet. It’s the perfect afternoon read. Cal and Rachel have been dancing around each other for a long time and Cal finally decided to make his move. After figuring out some life stuff, Cal decided...

  • Review: Undercover with the Nanny

    Cathy Skendrovich delights with this sensual suspense. Sawyer Hayes and Kate Monroe are an intriguing couple with undeniable chemistry from the first meeting. I loved that both of these people are definitely not looking for anyone at this point in their...

  • Review: Dirty Bastard Roughneck Billionaires, #3

    Happiness is not determined by what a person has, but who they are inside. Knox is a man who has more money than he needs, yet he still feels empty. Lexi has nothing to offer, but herself. "Dirty Bastard" may seem cliche, but some of the best life lessons...

  • Review: Blaike: Secrets Gone Askew Conundrums of the Misses Culpepper Book 4

    Collette Cameron pens a perfectly delightful adventure for the latest Culpepper beauty with this historical romance. I won’t deny I’ve been looking forward to reading this one as Blaike has always caught my attention. I hoped she would get the story she...

  • Review: Burning Up Flirting With Fire Book 1

    “Burning Up” had the ingredients I usually like in a book: firefighter, childhood friends, brother’s best friend/best friend’s sister, single dad. There were at least the firehouse camaraderie or close-knit community one grew up in to look forward to....

  • Review: The Biker's Baby

    Sam Crescent gives readers a longer story with this sharp, sexy romance. Ms. Crescent is my go to author for fabulous shorter stories but I believe now she is going to be on the top of my list for longer reads as well. Gunner, John and Scarlett are three...

  • Review: August Sunrise The Silver Foxes of Westminster Book 2

    I was so looking forward to this second book of the Silver Foxes of Westminster because book one was fantastic. Well I was not disappointed and again, Merry Farmer has written a moving character study of Alex and Marigold's story. Alex is of course the...

  • Review: Embracing Her Heart The Bradens and Montgomerys (Pleasant Hill - Oak Falls) Book 1

    “Embracing Her Heart,” was yet another sultry victory for the author, Melissa Foster whose writing I have always embraced with joy and the favoritism certainly continues to move forward. With, Melissa Foster I feel like the author truly knows how to pen...

  • Review: Her Husband's Army Buddy McLeod Security Book 1

    “Her Husband's Army Buddy” starts out a fantastic, steamy and all round great love story as well as series! I loved how the author chose to introduce Zane’s army buddy into the equation. Author Doris O’Connor made the sparks fly between all of them. The...

  • Review: Lock and Load Strike Force Book 2

    Desiree Holt is definitely the queen of sexy suspense and thank goodness she is so prolific because her latest in this series is a must read. Beau Williams and Megan Welles have intense, immediate chemistry and watching them try to navigate their way...

  • Review: The Duke Identity Game of Dukes Book 1

    Grace Callaway's 'The Duke Identity" is one of those books I will re-read. Yes, it's that good. The ferret is so cute in this story. The Black family name is like the mob to the poor in London. Tessa is a girl who will do anything to help the family including...

  • Review: Wash Out Anchor Point, #7

    “Wash Out” is the seventh book in L.A. Witt’s Anchor Point series. Casey’s dream was to become a Navy SEAL, but when his leg is broken his dream is broken along with it. Now stuck in an office job, with no hope of becoming a SEAL Casey feels lost, and...

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