Category: Tule – MBB


REVIEW: Return to Silver Bay by Lara Van Hulzen
1st May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Return to Silver Bay by Lara Van Hulzen

  In Return to Silver Bay by Lara Van Hulzen, Maggie Mitchell is home to bury her father and hopefully put her past to rest once and for all. But it seems things are never simple when she discovers documents that hint the people that raised her aren’t her biological […]

REVIEW: Falling Hard by Kate Hewitt
2nd Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Falling Hard by Kate Hewitt

In Falling Hard (Falling for the Freemans #2) by Kate Hewitt, Quinn Freeman’s hometown holds a lot of bad memories for him and his family. Memories he’s suppressed for so long because the past is to painful. No one in Creighton Falls ever thought any of his family would return, but […]

REVIEW: Broken  by Sinclair Jayne
20th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Broken by Sinclair Jayne

    Broken by Sinclair Jayne: This is one of those stories that you don’t really know what is going on until it happens, in the best possible way. The story keeps you engrossed and is totally twisting back

REVIEW: To Catch a Texas Cowboy  by Julie Benson
2nd Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: To Catch a Texas Cowboy by Julie Benson

      To Catch a Texas Cowboy by Julie Benson: Sometimes it’s fate and sometimes it’s just twisted circumstances, but either way it will get you in the end. Grace Henry had enough, her entire life had been turned upside down and now she just wasn’t sure what she was […]

REVIEW: Lady in Red by Mel Teshco
21st Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Lady in Red by Mel Teshco

      Lady in Red by Mel Teshco: Whether we want to admit it or not the past always helps mold us into who we are going to be. In this novella Ms. Teshco proves this with both her hero and her heroine. She

REVIEW: Driftwood Hero  by Lenora Worth
20th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Driftwood Hero by Lenora Worth

Driftwood Hero by Lenora Worth: The second in the Driftwood Bay series doesn’t have a lot to do with the Bay but more with the family. This story can be read as part of the series or as a stand alone but due to it’s length does tend to help with […]

REVIEW: The Valentine Gamble by Katherine Garbera, Eve Gaddy
12th Feb / 7 Comments

REVIEW: The Valentine Gamble by Katherine Garbera, Eve Gaddy

      The Valentine Gamble by Katherine Garbera, Eve Gaddy: Fiona Lannigan and Johnny Gamble were partners in a law firm in Whiskey River. Having known each other since law school ten long years ago there wasn’t much they didn’t know about each other until the one mistletoe kiss and

REVIEW: Taken by the Raider by Dani Collins
11th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Taken by the Raider by Dani Collins

    Taken by the Raider by Dani Collins: This short novella certainly packs a punch to your heart. Ms. Collins has given her readers a quick one two with unforgettable characters that reach for

REVIEW: The Billionaire’s Secret  by Kathleen O’Brien
7th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Billionaire’s Secret by Kathleen O’Brien

      The Billionaire’s Secret by Kathleen O’Brien: It’s back to the Amalfi Coast with this novella from Ms. O’Brien and with this trip we get a peak into the lives of a Scot and an American along with a case of hidden and somewhat twisted identities. When a young […]

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