Category: Review


REVIEW: If Not for You by Debbie Macomber
15th Mar / 12 Comments

REVIEW: If Not for You by Debbie Macomber

In If Not for You (New Beginnings #3) by Debbie Macomber, Just when music teacher Beth Prudhomme was finally living on her own without her mother micromanaging everything, she was sideswiped by life. And not just figuratively. After an awkward blind date with auto mechanic Sam Carney, Beth was nearly killed […]

REVIEW: Dancing in the Rain by Kelly Jamieson
15th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Dancing in the Rain by Kelly Jamieson

Dancing in the Rain by Kelly Jamieson: Drew Sellers is struggling. He spends more time sleeping in and in bars as he avoids dealing with his present and future. Drew never planned for a life after hockey, especially one cut short by a knee injury that forced an early retirement. Without […]

REVIEW: Holding Out for a Hero  by Pamela Tracy
15th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Holding Out for a Hero by Pamela Tracy

Holding Out for a Hero by Pamela Tracy features a young woman, Shelley, who inspires admiration and empathy for the fact that she is a single mother raising her stepson and expecting the birth of her first newborn at any time. She is on the receiving end of scorn and […]

REVIEW: The Cad and the Co-Ed by Penny Reid and L.H.Cosway
14th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Cad and the Co-Ed by Penny Reid and L.H.Cosway

The Cad and the Co-Ed by Penny Reid and L.H.Cosway is the third standalone romance in their Rugby series. It’s got a redemption storyline (my favorite!) and a secret baby trope (umm… not my favorite but I gamely put on a ‘baby on board’ t-shirt with fingers crossed). The consequences of […]

REVIEW: Hard Justice by Lori Foster
14th Mar / 15 Comments

REVIEW: Hard Justice by Lori Foster

In Hard Justice (Body Armor #2) by Lori Foster, Former MMA fighter Justice Wallington wasn’t sure if becoming a bodyguard for the Body Armor agency was the right move. But now that he’s got a few jobs under his belt, he thinks he’s fitting in okay. Then Justice meets his newest […]

REVIEW: The Play Mate by Kendall Ryan
14th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Play Mate by Kendall Ryan

  The Play Mate by Kendall Ryan: Kendall Ryan continues her Roommates series with the second, stand-alone book – The Play Mate. If you love a heroine who falls for her older brother’s best friend, you’ll love this flirty, sexy romance. Evie Reed has had a crush on her brother’s best […]

REVIEW: The Desert King’s Captive Bride by Annie West
14th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Desert King’s Captive Bride by Annie West

In The Desert King’s Captive Bride by Annie West, Princess Ghizlan is returning home to be with her sister after the loss of their father. However, when she arrives to find her sister being held captive and herself given an ultimatum to ensure her sister’s safety, will she marry Sheikh […]

REVIEW: Damage Control by Lisa Renee Jones
13th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Damage Control by Lisa Renee Jones

Damage Control by Lisa Renee Jones is book two in the Dirty Money Series, and needs to be read after Hard Rules. This is not a standalone. I repeat, this is not a standalone! Now that I got that out of the way, prepare yourself for even more twists and […]

REVIEW: Meant for You by Michelle Major
13th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Meant for You by Michelle Major

Meant for You by Michelle Major: When backed into a corner, Jenny Castelli mouths off and acts out. One time, it lost her the best man she knew. This time, it’ll bring him right back into her life. When Jenny lies about having a wealthy, perfect fiancé to the former high […]

REVIEW: Her Hot Highland Doc by Annie O’Neill
13th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Her Hot Highland Doc by Annie O’Neill

In Her Hot Highland Doc by Annie O’Neill  , working in an ebola infected environment and then coming home to run his father’s clinic, has left a lot of people wary of Dr. Brodie McClellan. Patients are avoiding him like the plague, even though there’s absolutely no chance he’s contagious […]

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