Category: Review


REVIEW: Home With You by Shirlee McCoy
8th Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Home With You by Shirlee McCoy

In Home With You by Shirlee McCoy, art history professor Sullivan Bradshaw is spending his sabbatical in a way he never planned–caring for his brother’s six children after a tragic accident left Matt dead and his wife, Sunday, in a coma. His other two brothers place an ad for a […]

REVIEW: Watching You by Leslie A. Kelly
8th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Watching You by Leslie A. Kelly

In Watching You (Hollywood Heat #1) by Leslie A. Kelly, Reece Winchester is a man that knows what he wants and what he wants is Jessica Jensen the moment he lays eyes on her. But with dark secrets in his past and a fierce determination to see those secrets stay […]

REVIEW: Plain Outsider by Alison Stone
8th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Plain Outsider by Alison Stone

Plain Outsider by Alison Stone: I first was “Introduced” to Becky’s character in a previous novel by Alison Stone, and it was a welcome treat to have a chance to hear Becky’s “story” and learn more about her character. Becky was raised Amish, but left the community before Baptism in […]

REVIEW: In With the Tide by Charlee James
7th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: In With the Tide by Charlee James

In In With the Tide (Cape Cod Shore #1) by Charlee James, Lindsey Hunter is finally moving on from her divorce, which includes moving back to Cape Cod to start a new life for her and her unborn child. However, she’s not off to a good start being back in […]

REVIEW: One Match Fire by Lissa Linden
7th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: One Match Fire by Lissa Linden

One Match Fire by Lissa Linden: When Amy returns as director to her favorite childhood camp, the last thing she expects is to be replacing the man who broke her heart. Amy needs to find herself again, the girl she was before heartbreaks and a cynical mindset, and Paul certainly won’t […]

REVIEW: Dying to Remember  by Sara K. Parker
7th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Dying to Remember by Sara K. Parker

Dying to Remember by Sara K. Parker is a skillfully woven tale and definitely lives up to its romantic suspense genre. I really enjoyed Sara Parker’s storytelling and will look for other books by her! In Dying to Remember, Ella has sought out her former boyfriend Roman, to help her find […]

REVIEW: Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren
6th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren

In Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren, Pediatrics resident Macy Sorensen should be on top of the world. She’s finally working in the field she’s spent years going to school for and she’s also getting married to a handsome, slightly older, man. Okay, so they haven’t set a wedding […]

REVIEW: Until There Was Us by Samantha Chase
6th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Until There Was Us by Samantha Chase

Until There Was Us by Samantha Chase, the seventh book in The Montgomery Brothers series, is the story of workaholic Megan Montgomery. Two years prior she had an uncharacteristic one night stand with physical therapist Alex Rebat. Since then, she has thrown herself into her work but has never been […]

REVIEW: Claim Me, Cowboy  by Maisey Yates
6th Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Claim Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates

Claim Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates: One perfectly perfect (on the outside) billionaire and one hot mess of a young woman combine into the perfect combination to scare his family, right? Danielle Kelly wasn’t sure what else to do. What was she getting herself into? All she knew was that […]

REVIEW: The Secret to Southern Charm by Kristy Woodson Harvey
5th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Secret to Southern Charm by Kristy Woodson Harvey

In The Secret to Southern Charm (Peachtree Bluff #2) by Kristy Woodson Harvey, Usually when Sloane and her two young sons visit her childhood home in Peachtree Bluff, Georgia, it’s filled with fun times at the beach, family meals, and good conversations. Especially when her two sisters, Emerson and Caroline, […]

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