Category: Contemporary Romance


REVIEW: Holding Out For A Hero by Amy Andrews
11th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Holding Out For A Hero by Amy Andrews

In Holding Out For A Hero by Amy Andrews, Ella Lucas’s hometown of Huntley, Australia, has never been a comforting place for her. She was always the social outsider, never quite good enough for any of the cliques because of her mother’s reputation. Even though they didn’t have much interaction, […]

REVIEW: Leave the Lights On by Karen Stivali
11th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Leave the Lights On by Karen Stivali

Leave the Lights On by Karen Stivali: Parker Wood always dreamed of becoming a professional baseball player. He and his best friend Joey were on the fast-track to the MLB when Parker was severely hurt in an almost fatal car accident. He spent the following two years of his life […]

REVIEW: Rekindled Dreams by Linda Carroll-Bradd
9th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Rekindled Dreams by Linda Carroll-Bradd

Rekindled Dreams by Linda Carroll-Bradd: When I read the book blurb belonging to Rekindled Dreams by Linda Carroll-Bradd, I thought the novel would fall into the marriage of convenience category, which is one of my favorites and why I wanted to read the book in the first place. After being over […]

REVIEW: Not Quite Enough by Catherine Bybee
9th Oct / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Not Quite Enough by Catherine Bybee

In Not Quite Enough (Not Quite #3) by Catherine Bybee, Monica Mann has been through extensive training for the Borderless Nurses group but hasn’t gone on any missions. Until now. She’s sent to Jamaica after a strong earthquake and tsunami hit the island. Monica is thrown into utter chaos as […]

REVIEW: Rhythm and Bluegrass by Molly Harper
8th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Rhythm and Bluegrass by Molly Harper

In Rhythm and Bluegrass (Bluegrass #2) by Molly Harper, Cheerful multimedia art historian Bonnie Turkle is on a mission to save the the amazing artifacts housed within McBride’s Music Hall. But her trip to Mud Creek, Kentucky, is riddled with bad luck as soon as she crosses the town line. […]

REVIEW: Breathless by Dakota Harrison
6th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Breathless by Dakota Harrison

Every now and then a writer is able to compose a book that you fall in love with, which impacts you in such a way that even when you have finished reading, the story seems to live on in your soul. Breathless by Dakota Harrison is one of those kind […]

REVIEW: Unbound by Cara McKenna
3rd Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Unbound by Cara McKenna

I went into Unbound by Cara McKenna totally blind, didn’t read the blurb or even see the cover, so I had no idea at all what to expect! I loved, loved it!! Cara managed to pull me in as soon as I met Merry, and she kept me there, immersed […]

REVIEW: Status Update by Mari Carr
2nd Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Status Update by Mari Carr

In Status Update (Second Chances #3) by Mari Carr, recently divorced Laura Saunders is finding it difficult to move on with her life after 23 years of marriage and a year of being single. She wanted the divorce because she was terribly unhappy, and now after being out of circulation […]

REVIEW: Wedding Belles by Beth Albright
2nd Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Wedding Belles by Beth Albright

In Wedding Belles by Beth Albright, It’s a good thing Blake O’Hara Heart dearly loves her best friend Vivi Ann McFadden, considering the chaos she’s enduring to create the wedding of Vivi’s dreams. Vivi is finally tying the knot with her longtime love, and baby daddy, Lewis Heart in their […]

REVIEW: Desperately Seeking Heaven by Jill Steeples
2nd Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Desperately Seeking Heaven by Jill Steeples

Desperately Seeking Heaven by Jill Steeples: I have to begin with I Absolutely LOVED this book and it has become one of my favorites. When I first started reading it I was wondering what was really going on, but as I read along I found it really sweet, funny, heartbreaking but […]

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