Category: Review


REVIEW: Back on Track by Donna Cummings
24th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Back on Track by Donna Cummings

Back on Track by Donna Cummings: Ok, there was so much about this book that I liked! And one giant thing I didn’t like. So let me tell you what I didn’t like so I can get it out of the way and start gushing about this one. Ok, it’s a […]

REVIEW: Falling for Finn by Jackie Ashenden
23rd Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Falling for Finn by Jackie Ashenden

In Falling for Finn by Jackie Ashenden, Anna Jameson and Finn Shaw have been best friends for about twenty years, since they were in elementary school. After all they went through growing up, Anna trusts him more than any other person on earth. But now she must somehow explain to […]

REVIEW: A Nanny for the Cowboy by Roxann Delaney
23rd Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Nanny for the Cowboy by Roxann Delaney

A Nanny for the Cowboy by Roxann Delaney  is a sweet and tender page turner that will have you wishing for a cowboy of your own! Luke Walker is in need of a nanny to care for his young son, Brayden, while he works during the day on his ranch. With […]

REVIEW: The Practice Proposal by Tracy March
23rd Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Practice Proposal by Tracy March

In The Practice Proposal by Tracy March Liza Sutherland has had her one love, the man she was going to marry until he died protecting another person’s life. She does not want to date, fall in love again but her mother has made a bid in her name for the […]

REVIEW: On The Fly by Katie Kenyhercz
23rd Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: On The Fly by Katie Kenyhercz

In On The Fly by Katie Kenyhercz  Jacey Vaughn has just lost her father, and inherited his Vegas hockey team. She will have a hard time getting used to the rules and restrictions that everyone will be placing in front of her as the new team owner. Being a female does […]

Review: Tight Quarters by Samantha Hunter
21st Mar / 1 Comment

Review: Tight Quarters by Samantha Hunter

I loved this novella! And you should know by now that I don’t love novellas… But the author, Samantha Hunter, had me feeling happy, sad, angry and amused. All of that in 70-something pages? Consider me impressed! Because Tight Quarters by Samantha Hunter is one of the Strangers on a Train […]

Review: A Father at Last by Julie Mac
21st Mar / 1 Comment

Review: A Father at Last by Julie Mac

In A Father at Last by Julie Mac Lawyer Kelly’s life changed dramatically when she was a child after her father was sent to jail. One of the few people who stuck by her from childhood to young adulthood was her friend Ben. Ben is a bad boy too, but he […]

Review: Betting on Texas by Amanda Renee
21st Mar / 1 Comment

Review: Betting on Texas by Amanda Renee

“Under other circumstances, he would have asked her out on a date. She was determined and so far, proved herself a hard worker. All qualities he wanted in a woman. One little flaw got in his way. She stole his ranch.” In Betting on Texas by Amanda Renee, Miranda Archer […]

Review: Her Man From Shilo by Robyn Richards
19th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: Her Man From Shilo by Robyn Richards

In Her Man From Shilo by Robyn Richards Rafferty has always wanted to be a professional photographer, but instead he is running the family ranch in Shilo. Raff’s stepfather is ill and has given Raff an ultimatum…either marry Victoria from the neighbouring ranch, or when Jonathon dies the ranch will go […]

Review: An Inescapable Temptation by Scarlet Wilson
18th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: An Inescapable Temptation by Scarlet Wilson

In An Inescapable Temptation by Scarlet Wilson Francesca Cruz is running from her past. She cannot stop doubting herself and her past decisions. If she had been more attentive she could have saved her father’s life, but she blames a handsome doctor who turned her head for her inattentiveness. Even […]

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