• Review: Tested in Fire Art Medium, #2

    “Tested in Fire” by E.J. Russell is even more chilling than the first story in the series (“The Artist’s Touch”) and an excellent addition to the series. I was happy that this one picked up relatively soon after the first tale and I like the clues that...

  • Review: The Artist's Touch Art Medium, #1

    “The Artist’s Touch” by E.J. Russell is a mesmerizing and chilling story that teases the reader with glimpses of information that pique one’s curiosity and keeps one invested in the story. Of course, now I want to know how many workmen wear Utilikilts...

  • Review: Roadhouse Sons of Sanctuary MC, #5 - Austin, Texas

    WOW! is it just me, or does every book in author Victoria Danann's outstanding Sons of Sanctuary get better with each addition? I sure think so. "Roadhouse" is the fifth book in this fantastic series, and it's made me fall even more in love with the Sons...

  • Review: Hold Back the Dark A Bishop/SCU Novel

    "Holding Back the Dark" is a contemporary fantasy story that ends up in the country! It starts out kind of strange and I actually had to read the beginning twice to get what was going on but once I did, I found a terrific story. Psychics that are not...

  • Review: Marry in Scandal Marriage of Convenience, #2

    Can a emotionally damaged hero and heroine save each other? This is my favorite trope because I love to see how two people help each other and find love in the end. Lady Lily Rutherford has a secret. She has always struggled with the ability to read and...

  • Review: Cinco de Murder A Taste of Texas Mystery

    It's fiesta time in Broken Boot, Texas, and tourists are pouring into town faster than free beer at a bull roping for the mouthwatering Cinco de Mayo festivities. Tex-Mex waitress Josie Callahan, her feisty abuela, and even her spunky Chihuahua Lenny...

  • Review: Never Been Good A Bad Boys Gone Good Novel, #2

    I was rather intrigued by the Maguire brothers since I read “Bad for Her” and was truly entertained by Rafe and Mollie’s word dance throughout the reading. “Never Been Good” is a step further in the siblings department for the Maguires. Where the previous...

  • Review: His Life Plan The Tanners Book 1

    Aiden and Beth are both just trying to make ends meet and do what they can to survive. A chance meeting involving a car accident puts them in each other’s path and from there it gets crazy. Her daughter Hannah is just adorable and you can tell Beth really...

  • Review: Survive the Night Rocky Mountain K9 Unit, #3

    "Survive the Night" was an awesome read that I hated to end. Otto is this big bear of a man and some might be afraid of him but he has a kind heart and is very curious. When Sarah comes into his life and the lives of his friends he’s a little suspicious...

  • Review: Without Warning Vigilance, #2

    Desiree Holt does it again with this suspenseful, sexy read. I have never been disappointed with this author’s books and thankfully she is very prolific! So do yourself a favour, pick "Without Warning" up if you’ve never read her before because you will...

  • Review: Be a Good Girl

    Tess Diamond delves into the past with this heartfelt romantic suspense. Abigail Winthrop and Special Agent Paul Harrison have known each other their entire lives so it gives them a unique relationship. Add in the fact they have been friends for that...

  • Review: Broken Trust

    C. B. Clark takes readers on a fabulous adventure with this romantic suspense story. Detective Chase Brandon is a man who sees the world in black and white. Life is right or wrong and he believes every action has a consequence. Natasha Hartford is a woman...

  • Review: The Prairie Doctor's Bride

    In "The Prairie Doctor's Bride" you get two very different people. One is a gun toting woman and one is a doctor. The author gives you a love story back in the prairie days. Marriageable women were scarce. Both Sylvia and Nelson needed a companion and...

  • Review: Going Overboard Anchor Point, #5

    “Going Overboard” by L.A. Witt centers around a relationship between two friends that finally becomes intimate after a near-fatal accident. Unfortunately, a superior threatens to destroy not only their careers, but also the fragile connection they are...

  • Review: Murder Notes Lilah Love Book 1

    Lisa Renee Jones definitely knows how to hook a reader. Lilah Love is a heroine deserving of the title and while she fascinated me I’m not sure I actually liked her. But just because I could never imagine her and I being friends she completely fascinated...

  • Review: Claiming an Assassin Assassins Trilogy Book 3

    Blade and Kya are so sexual it’s not even funny but I guess it’s to be expected since they are cats. The sex scenes were hot and I found it nice that they were able to be around each other during a case. That’s not to say that Blade didn't try to fight...

  • Review: Hurts to Love You Forbidden Hearts

    I unquestionably have diverse feelings having concluded my own reading of the novel, "Hurts To Love You." When I first began my reading I was doing so blindly as I have not previously read any of the books within the "Forbidden Hearts," series by the...

  • Review: Gray's Promise A King Security Novel Book 2

    Man this book, "Gray's Promise" chewed me up, spit me back out and completely destroyed me. Anni Fife sure knows how to tell a compelling story. I felt for both characters in this book. Zoey and Gray have gone through so much that not even halfway through...

  • Review: Scoring with the Wrong Twin WAGS

    I really enjoyed reading "Scoring with the Wrong Twin" and I read it within a couple of hours. I was hooked! Giovanna asked her twin Sophia to take her place in a photo shoot so that she could go to a fashion show in Italy. Reluctantly, Sophia relents...

  • Review: Deep Blue The Pathway Series Book 1

    Dr. Grace gets my complete awe and respect. There is no way that I would willingly free dive in shark infested water, let alone get in with a cage or scuba gear. She not only shows them respect but she’s fearless. Throughout the book I could only shake...

  • Review: Point of Contact

    This was a really unique story and I kind of love the author for it. The blurb is very clear on the events that happen so you know that going in. What you don't know is how creatively this author is going to tell the story. "Point of Contact" told in...

  • Review: Fool's Gold Forged Hearts Book 1

    Between the pages of "Fool's Gold" readers get a widow who was once from a wealthy family. Widow Doña Melissa Bertrand de Cabrillo is now estranged from them as well as homeless and penniless. She is trying to get back to Louisiana from California to...

  • Review: On A Stormy Primeval Shore: New Brunswick Canadian Historical Brides Book 9

    The year is 1784. Amelia sets sail to a new colony in Canada. Amelia's father is choose a husband for her, but Amelia detests the man. But she has luck on her side. She meets Gilbert who is a trader and a handsome too. Gilbert is struggling to help his...

  • Review: The Queen of Paradise Valley

    In "The Queen of Paradise Valley" you get a rich woman and a mystery man make plans and end up in a shotgun wedding. But the wedding ended in a four year prison sentence for a crime Del didn't commit. Well now Del is back and is ready to start over on...

  • Review: Wicked Dance Chronicles of a Dancing Heart Book 1

    "Wicked Dance" has its ups and downs. I loved the storyline. However it just didn't bring me the excitement I thought it would. Sara is a former dancer who thought her life had no meaning since her mother died. She was just going through the motions until...

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