Category: Contemporary Romance


REVIEW: The Barefoot Summer by Carolyn Brown
22nd Jan / 5 Comments

REVIEW: The Barefoot Summer by Carolyn Brown

    The Barefoot Summer by Carolyn Brown is a beautiful story about forgiveness, finding family under the most unusual circumstances. This is the story of 3 women, Kate, Jamie and Amanda, the story of how they grew to love each other like sisters, and in the end were able to […]

REVIEW: Beautiful Mess by Kasey Lane
22nd Jan / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Beautiful Mess by Kasey Lane

Beautiful Mess by Kasey Lane: Back in her law school days, Jami was on her way to falling completely for Jackson Paige, that is, until he walked out of her life without a word. The last thing she expects is to come upon him tattooing her brother.

REVIEW: Egomaniac by Vi Keeland
19th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Egomaniac by Vi Keeland

Egomaniac by Vi Keeland: I am still smiling like a loon after finishing Egomaniac hours ago– it’s a sublimely satisfying romance that hits all the right spots. From the first page, Vi Keeland hooks the reader with heartfelt comedy, emotional storytelling and simmering sexual chemistry. It’s only January, but Egomaniac is […]

REVIEW: A  Spiced Apple Winter by Emma Cane
19th Jan / 12 Comments

REVIEW: A Spiced Apple Winter by Emma Cane

In A Spiced Apple Winter (Fairfield Orchard #2) by Emma Cane, Tyler Fairfield is surprised to realize that he’s enjoying his time away from acting to concentrate on his family’s orchard for a few months. He and his twin sister Amy are back to their old selves and make a […]

REVIEW: Be Mine in Good Hope by Cindy Kirk
19th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Be Mine in Good Hope by Cindy Kirk

Be Mine in Good Hope by Cindy Kirk: Marigold was an up-and-coming hairstylist at a high end salon in Chicago. When she unexpectedly loses her job, she returns home to Good Hope to re-group and reconnect with her sisters. Marigold didn’t necessarily intend to reconnect with the sexy Sheriff as well, […]

REVIEW: The Fifth Letter by Nicola Moriarty
18th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Fifth Letter by Nicola Moriarty

  In The Fifth Letter by Nicola Moriarty, When longtime best friends Joni, Deb, Eden and Trina set off on their annual holiday, they had no idea that their lives would change dramatically after a silly party game goes wrong. At first, the women have good intentions, writing anonymous letters […]

REVIEW: Midnight Obsession by Melinda Leigh
18th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Midnight Obsession by Melinda Leigh

  In Midnight Obsession (Midnight #4) by Melinda Leigh, Louisa survived a horrific event at the hands of a madman and is still struggling to move forward with her life. An obsessed killer soon pulls her into another nightmare when her father disappears after inexplicably receiving a frightening package. That […]

REVIEW: Not In Her Wildest Dreams by Dani Collins
17th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Not In Her Wildest Dreams by Dani Collins

Not In Her Wildest Dreams by Dani Collins is a story of second chances. Tension between the Roy’s and the Fogarty’s, families from opposite sides of the tracks, came to a head when Sterling Roy and Paige Fogarty were caught making out by her father. The result was Sterling getting […]

REVIEW: Staying For Good by Catherine Bybee
16th Jan / 10 Comments

REVIEW: Staying For Good by Catherine Bybee

  In Staying For Good (Most Likely To #2) by Catherine Bybee, When Zoe Brown left her hometown of River Bend, Oregon behind over a decade ago, she never could have dreamed of the success she would find becoming a chef. Now her name draws attention everywhere she travels and the […]

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