Category: Review


REVIEW: Depth Charge: Mercy, Monroe, by Brindle Chase
7th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Depth Charge: Mercy, Monroe, by Brindle Chase

Depth Charge: Mercy, Monroe, by Brindle Chase, is an engaging short story. Australian ex-military man Rick Weaver is an expert diver and investigator. The company he works for, Treasure Chest Incorporated, or TCI, recovers wreckages from the sea. The equipment and man power used to do this kind of work […]

REVIEW: Decadence (Spice Rack) by Karen Stivali
6th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Decadence (Spice Rack) by Karen Stivali

Decadence (Spice Rack) by Karen Stivali, is more than just another well-presented erotic romance, it is an honest example of what a loving couple can do to spice up their relationship. Main characters Jessica and Eric Carlson have been married for eight years and with three kids, time as a […]

REVIEW: My Cowboy Heart by Z. A. Maxfield
6th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: My Cowboy Heart by Z. A. Maxfield

My Cowboy Heart by Z. A. Maxfield introduces us to Malloy. He came to the Jenkin’s ranch as a foster child, has grown up there, considers them his family, and now is ranch foreman. He’s happy in his own private, quiet way. At least he thinks he is until Crispin shows […]

REVIEW: Tempting Fate by Amber Lin
6th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Tempting Fate by Amber Lin

In the novella Tempting Fate (The Lost Girls) by Amber Lin, ballerina Rose Murphy has lived a sheltered life. She endured more than a few frightful incidents throughout her childhood and high school, which has created the complacent, slightly timid, graceful woman she is today. From the moment Rose’s mafia-like […]

REVIEW: Burn by Jenny Lyn
5th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Burn by Jenny Lyn

Burn by Jenny Lyn: Hot Irish beauty Tate Reilly has worked very hard to become an Emergency Room Physician. She enjoys her work and the challenges she faces on a daily basis. After completing her residency in Florida, she was lucky enough to return to her college hometown of Atlanta […]

REVIEW: Bringing Home the Bachelor by Sarah M. Anderson
5th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Bringing Home the Bachelor by Sarah M. Anderson

Bringing Home the Bachelor (The Bolton Brothers #2) by Sarah M. Anderson tells the story of the eldest Bolton brother, Billy and a no nonsense school teacher and single mom, Jenny Wawasuck. Billy comes across as a tough guy and looks a little scary with his many tattoos. He is a […]

REVIEW: Always On My Mind by Jill Shalvis
5th Sep / 11 Comments

REVIEW: Always On My Mind by Jill Shalvis

In Always On My Mind (Lucky Harbor #8) by Jill Shalvis, Leah Sullivan is back in Lucky Harbor to take care of her grandma Elsie’s bakery while she recovers from knee surgery. The town hasn’t changed a whole lot in the years she’s been gone but Leah is happy to […]

REVIEW: Always the Hero by Alison Roberts
5th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Always the Hero by Alison Roberts

In Always the Hero by Alison Roberts Tom is a rescue paramedic who arrives in Kaimotu when earthquake creates havoc on the island and meets his ex Abby after six years. When the past is laid open in front of both of them once again, they realize that they still […]

REVIEW: Making It Last by Ruthie Knox
4th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Making It Last by Ruthie Knox

In Making It Last by Ruthie Knox, Amber Mazzara is in Jamaica for her brother’s wedding. She might not even have attended if her brother had not insisted on paying for the airfare and the hotel for her and her family. Her husband works hard, but with three kids and […]

REVIEW: Against The Ropes by Sarah Castille
4th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Against The Ropes by Sarah Castille

Against The Ropes by Sarah Castille: I was struggling to decide if I would give this 3 stars or 5 stars. There are parts of this book that I didn’t really like (the characters kind of drove me nuts – and not in the good way). But there are other […]

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