• Review: The Long Way Home The Chesapeake Diaries

    Within Maryland lies the beautiful town of St. Dennis, a town Ellie Chapman has only heard of. Ellie, the only child of a successful investment manager, had known only a life of privilege until her life takes a turn when her father is exposed for swindling...

  • Review: A Woman Made for Pleasure

    For readers who understand the need for adventure, A Woman Made For Pleasure has just the right heroine for you. It's a book for those who can appreciate or find humor in a reckless nature that sometimes causes problems for oneself. In fact, the heroine...

  • Review: Blackbird Lake A Lonesome Way Novel

    It was like coming back home to good friends that I didn't even realize I had missed. That's the talent of Jill Gregory. She brings her characters to life and they are so memorable that when you start reading the next book you have to smile as you recognize...

  • Review: Guilty as Sin

    Kate has lived through a tragic past and has become estranged with her family. She became a spokesperson for a charity for missing children. She thought she would be one person to help families with missing children so that no one would feel like her...

  • Review: Lying in Your Arms Harlequin Blaze #767 - Forbidden Fantasies

    Lying in Your Arms is a great read. It has a plot line that will appeal to many women. Our heroine finds a sexy, alpha male naked in her room where she is vacationing. Who doesn't dream of that? This is the second book in this series I have read and I...

  • Review: Mission: Seduction Harlequin Blaze #764 - Uniformly Hot!

    Rafe is a brave military man who has been wounded in action. But he didn't give up hope. He has had the encouragement of one woman who he met and is pen pals with. She invites him to come to her sister’s private island resort to rehab and rest. He meets...

  • Review: Miracle Lane Miracle Interrupted #3

    Nia Beaudine suffered some brain damage and complete memory loss when she was left for dead following a deliberate hit and run accident. She lives in a house in the town of Miracle, population 639. Along with inheriting the house she inherited a cat,...

  • Review: Hart's Destiny

    This is a short story, but full of danger and romance, three romances to be exact. I started this story expecting an easy read that I could breeze through and instead found I needed to slow down to make sure I missed nothing. Ms. Adkins offers us full...

  • Review: Her Knight in Black Leather

    Dragged into a bar by a friend Cat meets the perfect guy in black. She thinks that this is just a one night fling with a stranger, more is happening than they know. Love is taking place between to lost souls that have found each other among the ruble...

  • Review: Cursed

    Sara Carter moved into the beautiful Brownstone on the Southside of Boston looking forward to starting her new job the following Monday. Mason Brown, her landlord and a mystery, pulls on her sympathy for his deformity and loneliness yet his gentleness...

  • Review: Sole Support

    Kaje Harper is a wonderful writer, and Sole Support is yet another example of that fact. Kellen is a writer with a mother slipping farther into senility every day. He enjoys hookups, but he has no desire for a relationship of any kind. He has friends...

  • Review: See

    I am not one to get pulled into short stories very often. There just isn't enough space in them to let me come to know and love the characters and care about what they are going through. I don't read too many short stories for this reason. "See" by Jackie...

  • Review: Her Only Option

    Paula Martin weaves a modern tale of love and suspense set in a historical city that draws readers in. Neve Dalton is a special type of woman, thoroughly modern and full of gumption living in an ancient city surrounded by antiquated beliefs and antiquities....

  • Review: His Risk to Take Line of Duty, #2

    This bad boy likes a bad girl. Ruby is trying to turn over a new leaf but easy money is hard to resist, and a girl has to eat. She’s cut most ties with her life as a drifter but that life included friends and family. She’s constantly drawn back and is...

  • Review: Relative Danger

    Family secrets are revealed, murder happens, sparks and jealousy fly and all around craziness ensues. McKenna Sutherland and her quirky cousins are the beneficiaries of her (supposed) deceased Uncle Sheldon’s will along with Thomas Hampton,...

  • Review: A Blood Seduction A Vamp City Novel, #1

    There's something not quite right about Quinn. Her social life has withered away and strange things are happening that she can't explain. Afraid to be branded as a freak she keeps the things she see's to herself, but carefully observes hoping to figure...

  • Review: A Kiss of Blood A Vamp City Novel

    First off I love Pamela Palmer, she’s a fantastic author. I also love darker urban fantasy and she has really stepped it up a notch with this series. A Kiss of Blood is book two in the Vamp City series and I enjoyed it very much. The dynamic between Quinn...

  • Review: A Most Devilish Rogue

    Upperton is a distinguished gentleman who decided to take over a friend’s debt. He has tried every way that he can think of to fulfill the debt and but his and his deceased friends mind at ease. He did not know what he would be in for while visiting a...

  • Review: Officer Off Limits Line of Duty, #3

    Story is a good girl and frankly is just sick of it. She’s suppressed her personality for her fiancé and when he calls it off she’s like a released prisoner. When she goes to New York to see her dad in the hospital she finds herself drawn to Daniel, her...

  • Review: Fatal Strike The Mccloud Series Book 10

    This novel featured a complex and intriguing plot, with characters that were easy to like. McKenna did an excellent job with her world building and the characterization. The plot was fast paced and easily flowed, with a continuity that made it a snap...

  • Review: All Our Pretty Songs

    Have you ever had a dream where the setting transitions with no warning whatsoever and that one guy from the grocery store is sitting at your kitchen table and it all seems totally normal? And as soon as you wake up you realize nothing makes any sense?...

  • Review: Wallbanger The Cocktail Series, #1

    This book was so much fun to read! It was silly, sweet and romantic at the same time. An immensely satisfying reading experience, loaded with innuendo and sexual tension. It had the wittiest dialogue, along with humorous situations and over the top engaging...

  • Review: The Reluctant Duke Seabrook Family Saga, #1

    "The Reluctant Duke," the first in the Seabrook Family Saga, is a short and sweet romance with a creative plot. Readers will enjoy the story of Thomas, an English duke, and Emma, his American ward. Christine Donovan brings steamy romance and unexpected...

  • Review: The Lady and the Earl Seabrook Family Saga, #2

    "The Lady and the Earl," the second in the Seabrook Family Saga, has compelling characters, and wonderful plot twists. Lady Amelia is vulnerable, yet learns to speak her mind, and William learns to fight for what he wants, instead of running away. William...

  • Review: After Sundown Lawless Nights, #1

    "After Sundown" is the perfect combination of action and romance that makes historical romance westerns so wonderful. A bar fight, murder, romance, friendship, a handsome lawman, and a misunderstood heroine, Shelly Thacker writes all this and more in...

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