Category: Contemporary Romance


REVIEW: Ain’t He Precious?  by Juliette Poe
11th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Ain’t He Precious? by Juliette Poe

Ain’t He Precious? by Juliette Poe: Sawyer Bennett is beginning a new chapter in her writing career with her “sweet and swoony alter ego” Juliette Poe and Ain’t He Precious? is a wonderful way to launch her new persona and endeavor. It’s a quick and satisfying read that has all the feels. Trixie and […]

REVIEW: Mister Moneybags by Vi Keeland & Penelope Ward
10th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Mister Moneybags by Vi Keeland & Penelope Ward

Mister Moneybags is not what I normally expect from Vi Keeland & Penelope Ward, but I don’t mean this negatively because I loved it. It is a slightly sweeter story for this amazing author duo but it is also still sexy, romantic and witty as anticipated. They are a great […]

REVIEW: Royally Roma by Teri Wilson
10th Apr / 12 Comments

REVIEW: Royally Roma by Teri Wilson

Royally Roma by Teri Wilson: Niccolo is tired. He’s tired of being the good, reliable prince who does all of the work and travel while his brother is off creating scandals he has to clean up. He always puts duty and family first, but he badly needs a break. It […]

REVIEW: Crossing Hearts by Rebecca Crowley
9th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Crossing Hearts by Rebecca Crowley

In Crossing Hearts (Atlanta Skyline #1) by Rebecca Crowley, Eva Torres loves soccer and working for the Atlanta Skyline as a translator is a dream job. Never has she been tempted by one of the players she’s translated for, but the new Chilean player she’s been assigned to, Rio Vidal, […]

REVIEW: There’s Something About Cornwall by Daisy James
9th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: There’s Something About Cornwall by Daisy James

There’s Something About Cornwall by Daisy James: Emilie’s luck has gone from bad to worse, beginning with an ex who cheated on her and stole her camera and her dream assignment in Italy. Now she’s forced into an assignment travelling up Cornwall alongside a chef with a not so nice reputation.

REVIEW: Million Dollar Cowboy by Lori Wilde
8th Apr / 11 Comments

REVIEW: Million Dollar Cowboy by Lori Wilde

In Million Dollar Cowboy (Cupid, Texas #5) by Lori Wilde, Ridge Lockhart grew up on the Silver Feather Ranch, in Cupid, Texas knowing he was always going to be the outsider, being that he was the only illegitimate son out of Duke Lockhart’s four boys. The bad blood between him […]

REVIEW: Intoxicating by Heather Heyford
8th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Intoxicating by Heather Heyford

In Intoxicating (Oregon Wine Country #2) by Heather Heyford, Poppy Springer wants to show everything that she’s more than what was written in her high school yearbook. So she’s studying hard to become a lady sommelier in hopes of being the best she can be at the dream job she’s […]

REVIEW: Twist by Kylie Scott
7th Apr / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Twist by Kylie Scott

Twist by Kylie Scott is book two in the Dive Bar Series and highly entertaining. I’ve never read a book by this author, but now that I have, I want to buy everything she’s written. The dialogue was fun and easy-going, same with the characters. Not to mention, that the […]

REVIEW: Pushing Her Limits by Sparrow Beckett
7th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Pushing Her Limits by Sparrow Beckett

Pushing Her Limits by Sparrow Beckett: Mila is determined to prove herself. She’s had a great career and made detective very quickly, but she continues to push herself to be at the top of her game. She feels like she has to prove herself as a female and as a […]

REVIEW: Any Day Now by Robyn Carr
6th Apr / 14 Comments

REVIEW: Any Day Now by Robyn Carr

In Any Day Now (Sullivan’s Crossing #2) by Robyn Carr, Sullivan’s Crossing, Colorado, is the last place Sierra Jones thought she would end up. But an invitation from her big brother Cal and his wife Maggie to visit came at exactly the right time, just when she was looking to start […]

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