Category: Review


REVIEW: Maybe This Time by Nicole McLaughlin
16th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Maybe This Time by Nicole McLaughlin

Maybe This Time by Nicole McLaughlin: Jen and TJ are pretty much total opposites. Jen was a loner throughout school and it didn’t help that she dressed differently and her family didn’t have much. TJ was one of the popular kids who seemingly had it all to include a wealthy family. […]

REVIEW: Need You Now by J. Kenner
16th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Need You Now by J. Kenner

In Need You Now (Man of the Month #3) by J. Kenner, Daydreams of gorgeous Mina Silver are nothing new to Cameron Reed, seeing as he’s had a crush on her since they were teenagers. She’s off-limits, though, where she’s his best friend Darryl’s twin sister. And it’s becoming a […]

REVIEW: Bound to the Sicilian’s Bed by Sharon Kendrick
16th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Bound to the Sicilian’s Bed by Sharon Kendrick

In Bound to the Sicilian’s Bed (Conveniently Wed #3)by Sharon Kendrick, Nicole knows she has a fight on her hands in getting Rocco to sign their divorce papers, but she never imagined he’d come to her with such an outrageous proposition. Staying married and playing the dutiful wife in exchange […]

REVIEW: One Fine Day by Cindy Kirk
15th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: One Fine Day by Cindy Kirk

One Fine Day by Cindy Kirk: Abby and Jonah used to be childhood best friends. Jonah was always Abby’s biggest supporter and defended her when needed, until she agreed to be a surrogate for him and his wife. Abby had big dreams of owning her own coffee shop and the […]

REVIEW: Love Game by Maggie Wells
15th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Love Game by Maggie Wells

In Love Game (Love Games #1) by Maggie Wells, Kate Snyder works hard to make sure she’s the best coach she can be. It’s not enough that she’s won plenty of titles with the teams she’s played with, but now she’s winning titles as a coach too. But when Wolcott […]

REVIEW: Kian by Melody Anne
15th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Kian by Melody Anne

Kian by Melody Anne: Surgeon Kian finds out he’s father to a four year old young girl with his patient’s last words. Turns out, she was a one night stand from years ago, and she kept his daughter from him out of fear he and his wealthy family would take […]

REVIEW: A Convenient Texas Wedding  by Sheri Whitefeather
15th Feb / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Convenient Texas Wedding by Sheri Whitefeather

A Convenient Texas Wedding by Sheri Whitefeather: Two people destined by fate… what that destiny is is a whole other question though. Allison Cartwright was innocent in many ways. She had dreamed of America and of Texas since she was a young lass. Then in blows a stranger, a handsome […]

REVIEW: Midnight Valentine by J.T. Geissinger
14th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Midnight Valentine by J.T. Geissinger

Midnight Valentine by J.T. Geissinger: Megan just feels lost after losing her best friend and husband. Even five years later, she’s still wearing her ring and working to fulfill the dreams they had by moving, buying, and planning to restore the Buttercup to its former glory. She’s a bright, feisty, and […]

REVIEW: Dealing Double by Tamra Baumann
14th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Dealing Double by Tamra Baumann

Dealing Double by Tamra Baumann: Archaeologist Gabby has lived under an assumed identity for years, hiding from her mobster father’s enemies. But when an important sculpture from her museum goes missing, and she suspects her father, Gabby goes on the hunt for the missing twin buried somewhere in New Mexico […]

REVIEW: A Deal for her Innocence by Cathy Williams
14th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Deal for her Innocence by Cathy Williams

In A Deal for her Innocence by Cathy Williams, Ellie Wilson is determined to land the advertising job Niccolo Rossi is looking to give in order to promote his newest venture – a private island resort where the rich can hopefully finding love and happiness. However, being the cynic that […]

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