Category: Contemporary Romance


REVIEW: Pretty Face by Lucy Parker
22nd Feb / 13 Comments

REVIEW: Pretty Face by Lucy Parker

    Pretty Face by Lucy Parker: When you find yourself laughing out loud, wiping away tears, and rereading passages you just read, you know that you’ve found a real gem among a sea of contemporary romances. Pretty Face by Lucy Parker is a witty and engaging look at the London […]

REVIEW: Sex Says by Max Monroe
21st Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Sex Says by Max Monroe

Sex Says by Max Monroe: The mysterious author team known as Max Monroe burst onto the romance scene in 2016 with their ridiculously funny and unapologetically crude Billionaire Bad Boys series. Readers seem to either love their books or just can’t quite connect with them, and I am definitely a lover […]

REVIEW: Unexpectedly Hers by Jamie Beck
21st Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Unexpectedly Hers by Jamie Beck

    Unexpectedly Hers by Jamie Beck: Emma is known as the good girl of Sterling Canyon. She works with her mom at their B & B and spends her time volunteering. She never does anything to draw attention to herself. Unbeknownst to her friends and family, she’s about to release […]

REVIEW: Going for the Goal by Sara Rider
20th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Going for the Goal by Sara Rider

    Going for the Goal by Sara Rider is one of those books that belong in the “read again” pile. This is book three in her Perfect Play Series, but can definitely be read as a standalone and I will say, that this is my favorite book from this author, […]

REVIEW: Nine Kinds of Naughty by Jeanette Grey
19th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Nine Kinds of Naughty by Jeanette Grey

    Nine Kinds of Naughty by Jeanette Grey: The name says it all, Nine Kinds of Naughty by Jeanette Grey is sinfully satisfying and is everything I want in a romance. Lexie is a powerhouse in a heels. She’s always in charge and doesn’t like to give up the reins. […]

REVIEW: After You Were Gone by Alexis Harrington
18th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: After You Were Gone by Alexis Harrington

    After You Were Gone by Alexis Harrington has Mitchell Tucker returning home after a seven year jail sentence. He has no intentions of staying in Gila Rock; he only wants forgiveness from Julianne Boyce for being involved in the fire that killed her husband. He also wants to know […]

REVIEW: Daring to Fall by T.J. Kline
18th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Daring to Fall by T.J. Kline

      In Daring to Fall by T.J. Kline, Emma Jordan has returned home to run the animal sanctuary her father had started. The town is skeptical that she can run it, especially when things start going wrong. Dangerous animals are getting out of their enclosures, someone is spray […]

REVIEW: Jack of Hearts by Sandra Owens
17th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Jack of Hearts by Sandra Owens

    Jack of Hearts by Sandra Owens embarks on a new series which follows three brothers, who are undercover agents. This book revolves around the youngest brother, Alex. Alex Gentry and his brothers own a biker bar as their cover, where bikers and criminals frequent. At the moment, they are […]

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 […]

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