Category: LoveSwept


REVIEW: Intended for Bristol by L.P. Dover
14th Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Intended for Bristol by L.P. Dover

Intended for Bristol by L.P. Dover: After a fair few public indiscretions and not so good behavior with his teammates, Jaxon is the most hated member of his team, and perhaps the whole NFL, but he won’t let that get him down, not when he’s the best kicker around. And when […]

REVIEW: Someone Like You by Lauren Layne
13th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Someone Like You by Lauren Layne

In Someone Like You (Oxford #3) by Lauren Layne, the playboy image Lincoln Mathis reveals to the world is really a front to cover the sorrow he’s felt ever since a tragedy in his past robbed him of someone he loved. But the moment he meets Daisy Sinclair, the twin […]

REVIEW: Off the Rails by Jill Sorenson
11th Dec / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Off the Rails by Jill Sorenson

Off the Rails by Jill Sorenson brings together two unlikely people and puts them in dangerous situations. Their story actually started in Caught in the Act, but really builds in this book. Our hero, Ian, was a border patrol agent and our heroine, Maria, a Mexican woman in the country […]

REVIEW: Hooked by Brenda Rothert
6th Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Hooked by Brenda Rothert

    In Hooked by Brenda Rothert, Miranda is trying to put herself through school by working at bar at night and working as a maid during the day. When she’s assigned to clean the penthouse suit, she meets Jake, a NHL player who she immediately dislikes because of his […]

REVIEW: Make it Hurt by Jackie Ashenden
6th Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Make it Hurt by Jackie Ashenden

    Make it Hurt by Jackie Ashenden delivers one heck of a ride. It’s sexy, emotional, and completely addicting. I’ve read the first book in this series and thought that was good, but this one is so much better. For readers who haven’t read the first book, its’ okay, this […]

REVIEW: Could’ve Said Yes by Tracy March
3rd Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Could’ve Said Yes by Tracy March

In Could’ve Said Yes (Thistle Bend #3) by Tracy March, Ellie London loves being back in Thistle Bend. She’s finally free of her judgmental, cheating ex who didn’t believe she could make it as an artist, and her dreams of being successful are finally starting to come true. However, meeting the […]

REVIEW: Shut Up and Kiss Me by Jessica Lemmon
29th Nov / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Shut Up and Kiss Me by Jessica Lemmon

    In Shut Up and Kiss Me (Lost Boys #2) by Jessica Lemmon, witnessing the accident that almost claimed Cade Wilson’s life was bad enough, but endeavoring to help the gorgeous bad boy reclaim his voice is worse. Still, Tasha Montgomery is not about to give up on Cade […]

REVIEW: Trophy Wife by Noelle Adams
25th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Trophy Wife by Noelle Adams

    In Trophy Wife by Noelle Adams, Allison Davies had been just that–a trophy wife. She married her husband Arthur, a much older, wealthy man, at eighteen, mainly for what he could provide her. After eight years of marriage, she’s fed up by being treated as simply arm candy […]

REVIEW: Welcome Home for Christmas by Annie Rains
13th Nov / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Welcome Home for Christmas by Annie Rains

Welcome Home for Christmas by Annie Rains: According to her family, Allison has been single for far too long and she gets to hear all about it at this year’s Christmas party. Except, in setting up an auction for a charity Allison finds herself buying a K-9 marine police officer […]

REVIEW: Dark Corners by A.M Madden
7th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Dark Corners by A.M Madden

In Dark Corners (True Heroes #3) by A.M Madden, Maygen Whitney has achieved so much since breaking away from her overprotective father. She has a great job, loyal friends, but there’s one thing missing – a relationship with Mr. Right. Bumping into David Cavello seems like a step in the […]

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