• Review: The Designs of Lord Randolph Cavanaugh

    Stephanie Laurens demonstrates why she is a superstar of historical romance with this delightful tale. Whenever I open a romance by this author I know I’m going to get a story well worth my time and "The Designs of Lord Randolph Cavanaugh" was proof positive...

  • Review: Hot Response Boston Fire

    Who doesn’t love hot firemen? And, there are plenty in this steamy story. Get ready for a smoking hot romance full of misunderstandings, helpful friends and plenty of family. Gavin is young and ready to have plenty of fun before settling down. He works...

  • Review: All's Fair in Love and Wolf Silver Town Wolf, #8

    Terry Spear delivered another great book in her Heart of the Wolf series. Sarandon and Jenna's romance was loaded with passion, action and mystery. I loved it from the first page until the last. Sarandon Silver found himself a wanted man in this one,...

  • Review: The Only Thing The Donnigans, #3

    This book was terrific in so many ways. Though it is part of a series, it stands alone while giving you glimpses of previous characters lives and carrying on their story. But, it’s also like a blending of families. There were so many reasons Hope and...

  • Review: Until There Was Us Montgomery Brothers, #7

    Life’s plans and dreams are put to the test in this contemporary romance. Family influences are definitely at work and breaking loose of family expectations are part of the struggle Megan feels as she fights against the strong attraction she feels towards...

  • Review: I Am Justice Band of Sisters, #1

    I was excited to read "I am Justice" especially after hearing that this is a new debut author ready to make her mark. Justice is just awesome, there are no other words to describe her. She kicks ass, takes names, fights dirty when needed and does what...

  • Review: Kostas's Convenient Bride Marrying a Tycoon

    I wavered between a 3.5 and a 4 for Kosta's Convenient Bride because on one hand I really enjoyed how Kayla took Andreas to task when everything went sideways, but on the other hand I was a bit frustrated by the casual shorthand of using "Greek" as a...

  • Review: Bound for Eden A Frontiers of the Heart novel, #1

    I love historical westerns and "Bound for Eden" lived up to my love for them. The author, Tess LeSue, makes the reader feel like they are traveling in a wagon across the Oregon Trail. You're far from luxury. I found it fascinating that a girl was disguised...

  • Review: Someone to Care A Westcott Novel, #4

    Mary Balogh pens another emotional and mature tale in this beautiful Regency romance. Viola Kingsley and Marcel Lamarr are two of the most emotionally exposed characters I’ve ever had the pleasure to read about. I absolutely loved every word of their...

  • Review: A.L.F.A. Instincts An A.L.F.A. Novel

    This two for one book is the last two books in a four book series. However, the first two stories do not have to be read to thoroughly and completely enjoy these two. And, I did completely and thoroughly enjoy this book. I loved the characters. They were...

  • Review: Unforeseen Riot A Riot MC Novel, #1

    This is one of the best MC themed contemporary hot romances that I have read in awhile. Cal and Mallory are great as a couple with her fierce determination and sass that puts Cal in his place and his never ending determination to get through her walls...

  • Review: Savor You A Fusion Novel

    “Savor You,” was a novel that had major potential from the opening sentence to about the second chapter and then all was lost for me the reader. I had such mega conflicts within my reading of this book that I found great difficulty in just trying to reach...

  • Review: Midnight Wolf A Shifters Unbound Novel, #11

    "Midnight Wolf" is an awesome book! This is book eleven in the Shifters Unbound series. This fantastic story follows Angus Murray and Tamsin Calloway. Angus, was a black wolf shifter from the New Orleans shifter town. He was also in a previous book The...

  • Review: Disturbing His Peace The Academy

    Every time Greer has cared about another human being he's suffered a loss. He's chosen to live a solitary existence, keeping any intimate contact to a minimum. This includes family and any possible romantic entanglement. When Danika arrives at the Academy,...

  • Review: You'll Always Have Tara A Riches to Romance Tale, #2

    This is the second book in very funny and entertaining series about three Maxwell sisters who lost their fortune and social status after their father suddenly died. I read the first book in the series "Dreaming of Manderley" featuring the oldest sister...

  • Review: Hard Wood The Ash Brothers

    Despite being fond of Jenika Snow and her filthy-mouthed heroes and how they fall hard for their heroines, "Hard Wood" left me wanting more and slightly cold. Note: I found that I prefer her independently published titles more. Noah and Mia didn't hold...

  • Review: Convict Curvy Women Wanted Book 10

    Sam Crescent provides the best guilty pleasure with this swift, sexy and sweet read. Scarlett is one of the most complex and engaging heroines I have come across. She has an intense past and an intriguing present and I couldn’t help but wish she’d get...

  • Review: A Scandalous Deal The Four Hundred Series, #2

    Fabulous! Joanna Shupe captures the spirit of 1890 New York in this fast paced story that I literally started and did not stop reading until the last page was turned. Lady Eva Hyde has been studying under her father, a famous architect in England since...

  • Review: The Bride Takes a Groom The Penhallow Dynasty, #3

    Lately, I have been reading a great deal of many joyous historical-fiction novels and I am pleased that "The Bride Takes a Groom," was yet another lovely jewel to add to my book collection. The story is boldly written with a delightful nature unfolding...

  • Review: When a Vamp Falls War of Blood and Bonds Book 1

    I liked "When a Vamp Falls: War of Blood and Bonds Book 1" by A.M. Griffin. I loved her take on a vampire story and I really liked that she threw a lot of humor in and made Dani relatable as a female lead in the story. The plot was a good one but I had...

  • Review: My Name is Karma

    “My Name is Karma” is a story of revenge and finding an everlasting love along the way to that revenge. From the beginning of the book you get Yves finding Lucas near death. They find love. It’s a very heart wrenching story that I very much was glad I...

  • Review: Adrian's Bodyguard Vampires of Vadin, #1

    The title Adrian's Bodyguard tends to explain the book on a basic note, but it just doesn't do the story line any justice. I had a good laugh throughout reading this story. The tension, lust and humor between Adrian and Xavier was epic. Adrian was spoiled...

  • Review: Stephan's Monster Vampires of Vadin, #2

    Stephan's Monster is book two in the Vampires of Vadin series. It’s not as good as book one, but I wanted to find out more after reading the first book. I just didn't really like how dark and psychopathic Jayden was. Stephan was a strong character though...

  • Review: Deadly Secret Sons of Broad, #2

    Tara Thomas delves deeper into the sons of Broad mystery with this strong follow up story. Having met both Bea and Knox in the first story I was eager to know just what was behind the deep vibes I was getting from them. The action is immediate and I loved...

  • Review: Daddy's Boss

    Sam Crescent is my definite go to for steamy, sexy shorts and she never disappoints. Lori Kinsley and Dawg Hampshire are a couple that set sparks off on my eReader. Lori is a proud woman who has had some major challenges in her life. I enjoyed just how...

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