Category: LoveSwept


REVIEW: Strip You Bare by Maisey Yates
18th Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Strip You Bare by Maisey Yates

Strip You Bare by Maisey Yates is the forth and final installment of the Deacons of Bourbon Street and I can truly say that I am sad to see this series end. Four books, four authors, each book flows seamlessly. They can be read as stand alone books, but is best […]

REVIEW: Forgotten Promises by Jessica Lemmon
14th Jan / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Forgotten Promises by Jessica Lemmon

In Forgotten Promises by Jessica Lemmon, Tucker is on a mission to retrieve a tape that would prove his father committed horrific acts, and he needs to get it before his father opens up a camp for young children. Fresh out of prison, he knows he needs to find someone […]

REVIEW: After Love by Kathy Clark
11th Jan / 14 Comments

REVIEW: After Love by Kathy Clark

In After Love (Austin Heroes #1) by Kathy Clark, DEA agent Nick Archer prefers to work alone. But when a drug bust goes awry, his boss insists he be assigned a partner – the K-9 kind. Still bitter after his divorce, Nick never expected a woman to ever capture his […]

REVIEW: Against the Wall by Jill Sorenson
5th Jan / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Against the Wall by Jill Sorenson

Against the Wall by Jill Sorensonhooked me with its sexy cover and alluring title. The story starts off with Eric getting out of prison for manslaughter. He served thirty months and is now trying to change his life around. To stay alive in prison he did tattoos and he’s very […]

REVIEW: The Best of Me by Elisabeth Barrett
4th Jan / 7 Comments

REVIEW: The Best of Me by Elisabeth Barrett

In The Best of Me by Elisabeth Barrett, Jane is dealing with a lot: a new job, being a single mother to Andy, having her abusive ex trying to get custody of Andy, and harassment from the said ex. The last thing she wanted or expected was to become attracted […]

REVIEW: The Heat is On by Katie Rose
24th Dec / 12 Comments

REVIEW: The Heat is On by Katie Rose

The Heat is On by Katie Rose, is sexy and tempting and with a hero unlike any other. Connor Jackson is coming home to New Jersey after being traded. It’s supposed to be his last season and he can’t think of a better place to end his career then his […]

REVIEW: Falling Hard by Tina Wainscott
18th Dec / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Falling Hard by Tina Wainscott

    Falling Hard by Tina Wainscott: Back in high school, Pax had feelings for Gemma. Gemma had feelings for the bad boy, but opted to go out with his clean-cut brother instead, the brother she ended up accusing of date-rape. Gemma left town afterwards but years later, after her father’s […]

REVIEW: Can’t Hold Back by Serena Bell
18th Dec / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Can’t Hold Back by Serena Bell

In Can’t Hold Back (Returning Home #2) by Serena Bell, Alia Drake and Nate Riordan have quite a history. Years ago, she set him up with her sister, but things didn’t work out between the pair, because the Drake sisters deceived him. Determined to make things right, Alia works hard […]

REVIEW: Irresistibly Yours by Lauren Layne
13th Dec / 10 Comments

REVIEW: Irresistibly Yours by Lauren Layne

Irresistibly Yours by Lauren Layne: Competing for the same job as editor of Oxford’s new and improved sports section, Cole really wants to hate Penelope. But Penelope doesn’t have a mean bone in her, and instead takes the route of friendship with Cole as she’s new to town. Immediately attracted to […]

REVIEW: Should’ve Said No by Tracy March
2nd Dec / 12 Comments

REVIEW: Should’ve Said No by Tracy March

Should’ve Said No by Tracy March, will make readers rejoice with this charming small town romance. In all begins with Lindsey getting laid off from her job at the Smithsonian. She’s desperate for a job after not having one for a year and when her great-aunt offers her a job […]

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