New Year’s Wedding is a definite story of “opposites attract”, in this case Cassidy, who is an international supermodel, and Grady, a police officer turned private detective in a small Oregon town- who prefers a simple laidback life. They meet in interesting circumstances- Cassidy has just been reunited with siblings […]
As an avid reader I always enjoy finding an author whose books I have not yet read, and Anna Stewart’s A Dad for Charlie was no exception. I now plan to read previous books in the Butterfly Harbor series!
Girl in the Spotlight by Virginia McCullough is quite a touching story, and in many ways, a story about time and loss and wisdom that bring people closer together. Miles and Lark had a brief relationship years before the story begins, which resulted in them giving a baby up for adoption […]
Love, Special Delivery by Melinda Curtis was a touching and very sweet read that describes the many beautiful aspects of family ties, of family being there for each other especially in the tough times. This novel also touches on family traditions being carried on, such as Ben being a third […]
Holding Out for a Hero by Pamela Tracy features a young woman, Shelley, who inspires admiration and empathy for the fact that she is a single mother raising her stepson and expecting the birth of her first newborn at any time. She is on the receiving end of scorn and […]
A Cowboy to Keep by Karen Rock: While this was not my favorite book read so far this month, I did enjoy some aspects of “A Cowboy to Keep”. I love the dude ranch and Colorado settings, as it reminds me of one of my favorite parts of the United States. […]
Rescued by Mr. Wrong by Cynthia Thomason was such an enjoyable read. The reader is introduced to Carrie, who is en route to surprise her family for Christmas in the midst of a dangerous blizzard in Ohio. Her car crashes, and she is rescued by Keegan, who was out in […]
The Cowboys Twins by Tara Taylor Quinn: Having enjoyed previous installments of the “Family Secrets” series, I was quite eager to start The Cowboy’s Twins by Tara Taylor Quinn. And it did not disappoint. Spencer, a rancher in California, is balancing raising his young twins on his own along with trying […]
Meet me on the Midway by Amie Denman: What a treat this book was! After really enjoying the first book in Starlight Point, reading June’s story, it was now a pleasure to read about Evie, and her ambition and goals for the family owned amusement park, its’ hotel and expanding facilities.
Marrying the Single Dad by Melinda Curtis was a special and inspiring story. Melinda Curtis introduces the reader to Brittany and Joe, who are both new to town, and are both trying to overcome other people’s perceptions of w ho they should be.