Category: Review


REVIEW: Acting on Impulse by Mia Sosa
19th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Acting on Impulse by Mia Sosa

Acting on Impulse by Mia Sosa: Carter is a Hollywood star known for his good looks, great body, and comedies. He desperately wants to get out of the rom-com typecast, so he’s been looking for and taking more serious roles. After being betrayed by yet one more person to make money […]

REVIEW: Billionaire’s Baby Bind by Katherine Garbera
19th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Billionaire’s Baby Bind by Katherine Garbera

Billionaire’s Baby Bind by Katherine Garbera: A “mad man” on the loose threatening and releasing secrets. A tech guru brought in. When he meets a young horse master he just knows something is going to change. Amberley Holbrook didn’t want anything to do with city slickers. She was much better […]

REVIEW: Fool Me Once by Catherine Bybee
18th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Fool Me Once by Catherine Bybee

In Fool Me Once (First Wives #1) by Catherine Bybee, As a divorce attorney who works closely with Alliance, a service for high profile clients looking for temporary marriages, Lori Cumberland might just be a tad jaded when it comes to marriage. Especially considering she’s experienced firsthand how hurtful divorces […]

REVIEW: Dirty Boxing by Harper St. George, Tara Wyatt
18th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Dirty Boxing by Harper St. George, Tara Wyatt

Dirty Boxing by Harper St. George, Tara Wyatt: Jules is ready to take on a new challenge of rescuing the marketing campaign for her father. She didn’t have an ideal childhood by any means, so this is also a chance to build a relationship with her dad who was focused […]

REVIEW: Convenient Cinderella Bride by Joss Wood
18th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Convenient Cinderella Bride by Joss Wood

Convenient Cinderella Bride by Joss Wood is the first book in the Secrets of the A List multi-author series, and an excellent start to what looks to be an intriguing set of men who meet their love matches! Jonas Halstead has been given a 3 month deadline from his grandfather […]

REVIEW: So Bad It Must Be Good by Nicole Helm
17th Sep / 7 Comments

REVIEW: So Bad It Must Be Good by Nicole Helm

In So Bad It Must Be Good by Nicole Helm, Kayla Gallagher is finally free from all the demands of her family. She’s finally going to live her life the way she wants to. The first step is accepting a date from bad-boy Aiden Patrick, only his brother, Liam, shows […]

REVIEW: Sweet Summer’s Kiss by Debra Salonen
17th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Sweet Summer’s Kiss by Debra Salonen

Sweet Summer’s Kiss (Love at the Chocolate Shop #10) by Debra Salonen Who says you can’t go home again? Or does that really even count when it was your father’s home, before you were born? Gretchen Zambrinski was trying to figure that out, except she wasn’t. She was running away […]

REVIEW: Take Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates
17th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Take Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates

Take Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates: It wasn’t as if she wasn’t a woman, but sometimes when you are struggling so hard to survive and to fit in it’s easier to be “one of the guys” the problems only come when suddenly you need to be a woman. Anna Brown […]

REVIEW: Autoboyography by Christina Lauren
16th Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Autoboyography by Christina Lauren

In Autoboyography by Christina Lauren, High school senior Tanner Scott has to admit he’s had it pretty easy so far in life. He’s got great parents, a bratty but still likable younger sister, and he grew up in California where it was relatively easy to come out as bisexual. But […]

REVIEW: Last First Kiss by Sidney Halston
16th Sep / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Last First Kiss by Sidney Halston

Last First Kiss by Sidney Halston is the second book in the Iron Clad Security series and can be read as a standalone. ICS employee Annie Clad, younger sister of ICS co-owner Joey Clad, is tired of her job. She’s never allowed out in the field. All her work is […]

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