Category: SuperRomance


REVIEW: Famous in a Small Town by Kristina Knight (HQN)
10th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Famous in a Small Town by Kristina Knight (HQN)

In Famous in a Small Town by Kristina Knight, Savannah Walters has always felt like an outsider. Abandoned outside of a police station at seven years old with only her name, age, and birth month pinned to her shirt, she always waited for the other shoe to drop. She expected […]

REVIEW: Molly’s Mr. Wrong by Jeannie Watt
18th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Molly’s Mr. Wrong by Jeannie Watt

Molly’s Mr. Wrong by Jeannie Watt: Molly’s childhood including moving every few years, so now that she’s trying to put the pieces back together after a bad relationship, she turns to the one town she most felt at home. Her goal is to have a more stable life and work towards […]

REVIEW: Boss on Notice by Janet Lee Nye
3rd Dec / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Boss on Notice by Janet Lee Nye

  Boss on Notice is the second story in the Cleaning Crew series, centered around an all male housekeeping service (with the exception of the boss lady, heroine Sadie from the first book in the series, Spying on the Boss). They’ve got strict rules for how they interact with clients and […]

REVIEW: Whispers Under a Southern Sky  by Joanne Rocky
8th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Whispers Under a Southern Sky by Joanne Rocky

    Whispers Under a Southern Sky by Joanne Rocky: Back home after a decade of no contact with her family, Amy just wants to quickly mend what ties she can, renovate her deceased father’s old hunting cabin, and be there for the trail her sister’s involved in, before getting out […]

REVIEW: All I Want by Nicole Helm
30th Aug / 5 Comments

REVIEW: All I Want by Nicole Helm

    All I Want by Nicole Helm: All I Want is the third story in Nicole Helm’s A Farmers’ Market Story series. I read the first two, All I Have and All I Am and enjoyed them both immensely. The author has the knack of writing entertaining, heartwarming and sexy […]

REVIEW: Through a Magnolia Filter by Nan Dixon
15th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Through a Magnolia Filter by Nan Dixon

    Through a Magnolia Filter by Nan Dixon: When photographer Liam Delaney’s god-father, the cold man who raised him since he was eight, died, he left Liam the one thing he really wanted–his cameras. In order to get the cameras, however, Liam had to deliver letters from generations ago to […]

REVIEW: The Marine’s Embrace by Beth Andrews
5th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Marine’s Embrace by Beth Andrews

In The Marine’s Embrace by Beth Andrews, former Marine Zach Castro finds himself in Shady Grove to ask his half-brother, Kane, for a job. After losing both his right arm and right leg in an IED explosion in Iraq, Zach needs to figure out what to do with his life. […]

REVIEW: Betting on the Rookie by Stephanie Doyle
13th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Betting on the Rookie by Stephanie Doyle

Betting on the Rookie by Stephanie Doyle: Sports agent Samatha Baker needs a comeback after backing the wrong client, and her only hope looks to be Evan Tanner, the late-blooming baseball heavy hitter. Evan is more than happy to have Sam be his agent. He desired her when he met her […]

REVIEW: Charming the Firefighter by Beth Andrews
7th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Charming the Firefighter by Beth Andrews

      Charming the Firefighter by Beth Andrews: Penelope Denning wanted a fresh start. One where she could make her son happy, where things would go just so and she could make everything fit into the nice boxes that she had for them. After all she was a mom who […]

REVIEW: Spying on the Boss by Janet Lee Nye
8th Jan / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Spying on the Boss by Janet Lee Nye

Spying on the Boss by Janet Lee Nye immediately kept my attention with its unique characters. First we have Sadie. Sadie owns a cleaning company but this isn’t any normal kind of cleaning company, the twist is, that it only employs hot men to come clean the client’s house or business. […]

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