Category: Romance


REVIEW: The Man Behind the Pinstripes by Melissa McClone
24th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Man Behind the Pinstripes by Melissa McClone

The Man Behind the Pinstripes by Melissa McClone: Caleb dreads meeting with his grandmother, Gertie Fairchild. Now that he runs the skin-care company she founded he has people to answer to – and those people aren’t incredibly keen on adding a pet care line into the mix. He has to walk […]

REVIEW: Rancher to the Rescue by Jennifer Faye
28th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Rancher to the Rescue by Jennifer Faye

Rancher to the Rescue by Jennifer Faye: Cash Sullivan waits outside the church for his Grandmother, Martha. She *has* to see the JiffyChef, hometown girl made good, get married. But when the bride runs out and jumps into his truck, he doesn’t have much of a choice. He slowly drives away […]

REVIEW: Along Came Twins…by Rebecca Winters
26th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Along Came Twins…by Rebecca Winters

When I reviewed “Baby Out of the Blue”, I mentioned it had a sequel. That sequel is Along Came Twins…by Rebecca Winters. It was lovely to read both books, as the second contained the intriguing characters of Kellie and Leandros Petralia, who were introduced in the first book. Their marriage […]

REVIEW: Accidental Family by Ami Weaver
12th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Accidental Family by Ami Weaver

An Accidental Family is the debut title from Ami Weaver. After reading it, I find myself greatly looking forward to seeing her writing as she becomes more seasoned. Lainey came from a privileged family, but after the breakup of a disastrous marriage approved by her parents, she decides she will […]

REVIEW: Sparks Fly with the Billionaire by Marion Lennox
8th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Sparks Fly with the Billionaire by Marion Lennox

I’ve never been the biggest fan of circuses. I’ve been twice, and both times my expectations weren’t met. However, after reading Sparks Fly with the Billionaire by Marion Lennox, I kinda want to go again. Allie has slowly taken over responsibility for the “Sparkles” circus. Her grandparents raised her there, […]

REVIEW: An Invitation to Sin by Sarah Morgan
28th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: An Invitation to Sin by Sarah Morgan

An Invitation to Sin by Sarah Morgan is the second installment in the Corretti Dynasty series. This installment centers around Taylor Carmichael, an American actress, and Luca Corretti – head of the family’s couture business. Taylor’s mother got her into the entertainment business before she could even walk. She dictated every […]

REVIEW: A Father For Her Triplets by Susan Meier
27th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Father For Her Triplets by Susan Meier

In A Father For Her Triplets by Susan Meier When Wyatt McKenzie arrives back in his hometown – buffer, richer, and on the heels of a bitter divorce – he has no idea what’s in store for him just beyond the hedges of his late grandmother’s house. Missy remembers Wyatt from […]

Review: Baby Out of the Blue by Rebecca Winters
26th Apr / 0 Comments

Review: Baby Out of the Blue by Rebecca Winters

Baby Out of the Blue by Rebecca Winters is part one in a two-part series. They center around a pair of BFFs and their love of Greek men. Kellie, the subject of book two, is already married but is having trouble – and asks her friend Fran to join her earlier […]

REVIEW: Winning Back His Wife by Melissa McClone
24th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Winning Back His Wife by Melissa McClone

Winning Back His Wife by Melissa McClone: Having just come off a grueling but successful mountain rescue all DR. Cullen Gray can think of is coffee and a chance to unwind and relax…but no sooner his backpack hits the ground he is being notified by the town sheriff that he is listed […]

Review: Little Cowgirl On His Doorstep by Donna Alward
7th Mar / 1 Comment

Review: Little Cowgirl On His Doorstep by Donna Alward

Little Cowgirl On His Doorstep by Donna Alward is a sweet and charming romance novel that will leave you with a warm feeling. Avery Spencer has always done the right thing, as the older sister she had to set an example for Crystal her little sister. Only now that her […]

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