Category: Special Edition.


REVIEW: An Officer and a Maverick by Teresa Southwick
9th Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: An Officer and a Maverick by Teresa Southwick

  An Officer and a Maverick by Teresa Southwick: Secrets in a small town? Is that even possible? It seems there are two secrets playing havoc with a young “almost” couple. Lani Dalton knew what it was like to be confided in, she was a local part time bar keep after […]

REVIEW: Fortune’s June Bride by Allison Leigh
16th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Fortune’s June Bride by Allison Leigh

Fortune’s June Bride by Allison Leigh: Galen Fortune Jones and Aurora McElroy are neighbors in Horseback Hollow, Texas. A fortune teller tells Galen he will soon marry. Aurora asks Galen to participate in a ten minute attraction at the local Western theme park, Cowboy Country. The show includes a fake […]

REVIEW: A Decent Proposal by Teresa Southwick
21st Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: A Decent Proposal by Teresa Southwick

A Decent Proposal by Teresa Southwick: Sydney McKnight works for McKnight Automotive in Blackwater Lake Montana, her dad is her boss. He is worried about her, both her brothers are married and have started families. Sydney mother died in childbirth, while having her, and her father has recently found love, with […]

REVIEW: Mendoza’s Secret Fortune by Marie Ferrarella
14th Feb / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Mendoza’s Secret Fortune by Marie Ferrarella

  Mendoza’s Secret Fortune by Marie Ferrarella: Rachel is in Horseshoe Hollow after running from her family. She discovered a family secret that left her questioning everything she’s ever known. Since running, she’s changed her life and is now working two jobs rather than living on her family’s money.

REVIEW: The Daddy Wish by Brenda Harlen
13th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Daddy Wish by Brenda Harlen

  The Daddy Wish (Those Engaging Garretts #6) by Brenda Harlen: Nate Garrett is sexy, smart, enjoying his single status, and looking forward to taking over as CFO for his uncle in the family business. He’s been attracted to Allison since he returned, but after sharing a kiss at the office […]

REVIEW: A Texas Rescue Christmas by Caro Carson
24th Dec / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Texas Rescue Christmas by Caro Carson

A Texas Rescue Christmas by Caro Carson: Becky Cargill had been living under her mother’s thumb for her entire life. She hadn’t been allowed to be or do anything, not so much as even picking out her own clothing. At twenty four though her mother was thinking she might be […]

REVIEW: Never Trust a Cowboy by Kathleen Eagle
16th Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Never Trust a Cowboy by Kathleen Eagle

Never Trust a Cowboy by Kathleen Eagle: Del finds a way to get himself hired as a ranch hand by Brad, the owner’s stepson, while he is investigating the Flynn ranch. Del is a hardworker, a jack-of-all-trades around the ranch, and loves dogs. He tends to judge others, especially cowboys, by […]

REVIEW: A Weaver Christmas Gift by Allison Leigh
4th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Weaver Christmas Gift by Allison Leigh

A Weaver Christmas Gift by Allison Leigh: Jane Cohen is an intelligent, young businesswoman. She has decided it’s time for more than that though, she wants a family. Already married and divorced and now having been single for many years she wants to make the right choice. Perhaps it wasn’t the […]

REVIEW: The Last Chance Maverick by Christyne Butler
24th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Last Chance Maverick by Christyne Butler

The Last Chance Maverick by Christyne Butler: Vanessa Brent is brilliant, or so the art world has been saying for years, since her teens actually. When her mother passed away she began to put her soul into her paintings. That was her life, well unless she was with her best girlfriend […]

REVIEW: A Wife for One Year by Brenda Harlen
29th Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Wife for One Year by Brenda Harlen

A Wife for One Year by Brenda Harlen: Best friends for life, not from birth but from that funny time when guys and girls have a hard time being friends, high school. Daniel and Kenna have been through the ringer with many things but neither one of them ever expected to […]