Category: Contemporary Romance


REVIEW: Love Runs Deep by Gail Chianese
17th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Love Runs Deep by Gail Chianese

    Love Runs Deep by Gail Chianese: From a Navy family, Lieutenant Nic Riley has followed her father and brothers’ footsteps, and now finds herself as the only female on board a submarine for the next six months. To make matters better or worse, depending on how you look at […]

REVIEW: Unstrung by Laura Spinella
16th Feb / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Unstrung by Laura Spinella

    Unstrung by Laura Spinella has many components to it. This contemporary/women’s fiction novel, highlights one woman’s struggle and/or destruction in her current life. Wondering if she made better choices earlier on, could her life have gone differently? The choices we make shape us into who we are and while […]

REVIEW: Daily Grind by Anna Zabo
16th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Daily Grind by Anna Zabo

  Daily Grind by Anna Zabo: Brian is the owner of Grounds N’At, the coffee shop that has taken over his life. Brian can’t stand the thought of giving up control over his shop and has become a workaholic. He’s been working more and more shifts to cover for his baristas […]

REVIEW: Rough & Tumble by Rhenna Morgan
15th Feb / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Rough & Tumble by Rhenna Morgan

    Rough & Tumble by Rhenna Morgan is sort of a motorcycle club romance but without the motorcycles. If that sounds confusing, Rough & Tumble sort of was confusing. Jace Kennedy belongs to the Haven Brotherhood and he considers them his family. They have a house together, own businesses together […]

REVIEW: So Screwed by Melissa Marino
15th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: So Screwed by Melissa Marino

So Screwed by Melissa Marino: Abel has been chasing Evelyn since the first time he saw her, but she won’t give him the time of day. No matter how charmed she is by his smooth-talking ways and gorgeous looks. She’s promised her best friend Callie, who’s dating Abel’s brother, that she […]

REVIEW: King’s Captive by Amber A. Bardan
14th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: King’s Captive by Amber A. Bardan

    In King’s Captive by Amber A. Bardan, Three years under Julius King’s watchful eyes has brought about changes between him and his captive. Since being taken on what she’s come to think of as her ‘bloody birthday’, she knows little things about him now; things she may be […]

REVIEW: Mack Daddy by Penelope Ward
13th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Mack Daddy by Penelope Ward

Mack Daddy by Penelope Ward: When I read the description for Penelope Ward’s Mack Daddy and saw it is a romance about a sexy, single dad pursuing the girl that got away, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. Combine this sigh-worthy premise with Penelope Ward’s phenomenal writing skills, […]

REVIEW: Fighting for Love by Nicole Flockton
12th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Fighting for Love by Nicole Flockton

In Fighting for Love (The Elite #3) by Nicole Flockton, when her partner in synchronized diving decided to retire after the Rio Olympics, Brooke King changed her focus to individual diving and has been giving an amazing opportunity to fly to Australia and train with one of the best coaches. […]

REVIEW: Entwined by J.C. Harroway
11th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Entwined by J.C. Harroway

Entwined by J.C. Harroway: If you love second-chance romances, you’ll thoroughly enjoy J.C. Harroway’s Entwined. It’s an emotional and heartfelt  story where two people have the opportunity to find love. Jess Bellamy is a nurse in London who left her hometown suddenly and without explanation five years ago, and she hasn’t […]

REVIEW: Almost a Bride by Jo Watson
10th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Almost a Bride by Jo Watson

In Almost a Bride by Jo Watson, the author immediately captures your attention with many laugh-out-loud moments at the expense of our heroine. Readers are introduced to Annie while she’s having the worst day of her life. I’m not exaggerating either, you will feel so bad for what Annie goes […]

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