Category: SuperRomance


Review: The Truth about Comfort Cove by Tara Taylor Quinn
28th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: The Truth about Comfort Cove by Tara Taylor Quinn

Tara Taylor Quinn has proven that she is a master story teller with The Truth about Comfort Cove! Lucy Hayes is an Indiana detective working on the cold case that involved the rape of her mother and the disappearance of her baby sister Allie that occurred twenty five years ago. […]

Review: Something to Believe In by Kimberly Van Meter’s
26th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: Something to Believe In by Kimberly Van Meter’s

Romantic, sexy, and ultimately full of hope – that’s Kimberly Van Meter’s Something to Believe In. Lilah Bell is a strong heroine whose family is overprotective of her because of a genuinely traumatic event in her recent past, and Justin Cales is a handsome, bad-boy visitor to her Virgin Islands home […]

Review: That Weekend… by Jennifer McKenzie
11th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: That Weekend… by Jennifer McKenzie

That Weekend… by Jennifer McKenzie is a vibrantly cheeky, flirtatiously fun, brightly humorous, romance that will make you sigh with pleasure! Ava Christensen works as a reporter for Entertainment New Now.  She is sure that she will soon be getting a promotion to the show as a co host.  When she […]

Review: A Hometown Boy by Janice Kay Johnson
11th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: A Hometown Boy by Janice Kay Johnson

A Hometown Boy by Janice Kay Johnson is a deeply emotional read about forgiveness and love. David Owen, a prosecutor in Seattle, has fond memories about growing up in a small town in Washington, but he also has some very painful memories that have kept him away from his family for […]

Review: Back to the Good Fortune Diner by Vicki Essex
5th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: Back to the Good Fortune Diner by Vicki Essex

Back to the Good Fortune Diner by Vicki Essex is a sweet romance story about taking a chance and embracing change.   Tiffany Cheung has always wanted to be perfect at everything. Once she sets her mind and course she won’t change it. But after loosing her job in New […]

Review: The Spirit of Christmas by Liz Talley
2nd Jan / 0 Comments

Review: The Spirit of Christmas by Liz Talley

The Spirit of Christmas by Liz Talley is a touching and beautiful story about the true meaning of Christmas. Brennan Henry doesn’t have time for the holidays or his grandfather giving away money to strangers just because he thinks that he has found the true meaning of Christmas. So when […]

Review: Wish Upon A Christmas Star by Darlene Gardner
8th Dec / 1 Comment

Review: Wish Upon A Christmas Star by Darlene Gardner

Wish Upon A Christmas Star by Darlene Gardner is a very interesting, fun and inspiring story. Maria DiMarco is a private PI with a big regret. The last conversation she had with her brother was a big fight, before he died in 9/11 and she was never able to put that […]

Review: Suddenly You by Sarah Mayberry
2nd Dec / 4 Comments

Review: Suddenly You by Sarah Mayberry

Suddenly You by Sarah Mayberry: I LOVED this book, Suddenly You deals with complex relationships and yet it is beautiful in it’s simplicity! Pippa is left holding the baby literally and figuratively when the father her ex boyfriend Steve walked away without a single thought or remorse for the well […]

Harlequin Review: After the Storm by Amy Knupp
18th Nov / 0 Comments

Harlequin Review: After the Storm by Amy Knupp

 After the Storm by Amy Knupp       Publisher: Harlequin Superromance (November 1, 2012) Print Length: 288 pages Book Info: With a hurricane heading for the Texas coast, Nadia Hamlin needs to evacuate. Now. Before she can leave, however, there’s one more thing she has to do—despite the risk. But that delay lands […]

Review: Within Reach by Sarah Mayberry
7th Sep / 0 Comments

Review: Within Reach by Sarah Mayberry

Within Reach by Sarah Mayberry made me cry tons, there is an underlying thread of sorrow attached to this book but also a big ray of sunshine and hope. Death can be devastating to a family, especially when you loose the “Glue” that holds the family together. For Michael, Billie was that […]

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