Category: Contemporary Romance


REVIEW: Fiance by Friday by Catherine Bybee
3rd Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Fiance by Friday by Catherine Bybee

In Fiance by Friday (Weekday Brides #3) by Catherine Bybee, Lady Gwendolyn “Gwen” Harrison has recently taken over her sister-in-law’s matchmaking business after relocating to California. She gets to hobnob with celebrities, politicians and socialites, which she excels at, being a Duchess herself. Ever present is her bodyguard Neil MacBain. […]

REVIEW: Three Little Words by Susan Mallery
2nd Aug / 12 Comments

REVIEW: Three Little Words by Susan Mallery

In Three Little Words (Fool’s Gold # 12) by Susan Mallery, Ford Hendrix is still not sure coming back to Fool’s Gold is a good idea. He loves the town and the people, but his mother is on a mission to get him married off. And the sooner the better […]

REVIEW: Love, Lust and Lies by Cathleen Ross
2nd Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Love, Lust and Lies by Cathleen Ross

Love, Lust and Lies by Cathleen Ross is a medium-paced short story, as well as a lesson in Italian history, language and tradition. The Australian landscape is a nice variation for the American reader. The opening chapter is a compelling, gut-wrenching narrative that captures your heart and soul. If you […]

REVIEW: Sinfully Summer by Aimee Duffy
1st Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Sinfully Summer by Aimee Duffy

Sinfully Summer by Aimee Duffy, is a very quick read, only 13 chapters, but it is a really great story.  Let me tell you a little about it. Alexa Green is an heiress who is enjoying one last summer holiday in Marbella with her girlfriends.  Alexa is the party girl […]

REVIEW: She Who Dares by Jane O’Reilly
1st Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: She Who Dares by Jane O’Reilly

She Who Dares by Jane O’Reilly is the love story of a plain Jane mechanic,Nic and a world class rally driver Sebastian Prince. Jane has lived in the shadow of her beautiful sister Ella for most of her life and therefore is highly insecure about herself. The only place she […]

REVIEW: Medium Rare by Meg Benjamin
1st Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Medium Rare by Meg Benjamin

In Medium Rare, the second book in Meg Benjamin’s Medium Trilogy, we read Rosie’s story. Rosie has inherited her Grandma Riordan’s house, a home and person her mother left to marry and have a family with Rosie’s father. Rosie, to her knowledge, had never met her Grandma, and is happy, […]

REVIEW: Not Your Average Joe by Nell Carson
1st Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Not Your Average Joe by Nell Carson

In Not Your Average Joe by Nell Carson,Jennifer is a very busy single mom who is struggling to make ends meet by working in a food processing plant called Brickman Foods.Now her life changes for the second time when she meets her new trainee Jason Baxter-only thats not his real […]

REVIEW: Life of the Party by Kate Davies
31st Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Life of the Party by Kate Davies

Life of the Party by Kate Davies is the third book in the Most Likely To series. Like the ones before it does not disappoint in any way, it is hot, sweet and fun. Tess Bonham was the go to party girl in high school, but not in the usual way, […]

REVIEW: Black Knight, White Queen by Jackie Ashenden
30th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Black Knight, White Queen by Jackie Ashenden

Black Knight, White Queen by Jackie Ashenden Aleks sees her – standing by the balustrade, watching the lightning light up the Thailand sky.“You should get undercover,” He said. “You’re going to get wet.” And even though she didn’t listen, he was riveted. Not a good thing to be when he […]

REVIEW: Lost In Kakadu by Kendall Talbot
30th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Lost In Kakadu by Kendall Talbot

In Lost In Kakadu by Kendall Talbot, Pretentious socialite Abigail and her husband take a trip to Kakadu,an Australian jungle with a handful of people which include Mackenzie Steel and his partner. They manage to reach there destination but unfortunately the plane crashes during landing and everyone ends dead except […]

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