Category: Review


REVIEW: The Texas Lawman’s Woman by Cathy Gillen Thacker
19th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Texas Lawman’s Woman by Cathy Gillen Thacker

In The Texas Lawman’s Woman by Cathy Gillen Thacker, Shelley Meyerson has never forgiven Colt McCabe for standing her up at the prom, no matter that he explained why he didn’t make it. They had planned for something special for their first time with the help of their friends. But […]

REVIEW: All the Right Moves by Jo Leigh
19th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: All the Right Moves by Jo Leigh

In All the Right Moves by Jo Leigh Cassie is a hot, smart, hard-working grad student that works as a bartender in her brother Tommy’s very busy bar.  Cassie practically runs the bar, because her once supportive and vibrant brother, lost his leg while deployed in Iraq, and has removed himself […]

REVIEW: Back to You by Robin Kaye
19th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Back to You by Robin Kaye

In Back to You by Robin Kaye Storm left Red Hook years ago…away from painful memories, but also away from his adopted family and from Bree. Bree loved Storm and was ready to give herself to him, but in Storm’s eyes that would make it impossible to leave. Storm rejected Bree […]

REVIEW: Measure of Love by Melissa Ford
19th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Measure of Love by Melissa Ford

I really wanted to love Measure of Love by Melissa Ford, but I didn’t. This is the sequel to Melissa’s first book, Life from Scratch. Now, I am not sure if I had a hard time with this story because I have not read the first book, as I had […]

REVIEW: Femme Fatale by Cindy Dees
18th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Femme Fatale by Cindy Dees

In Femme Fatale (Hard Bodies #1) by Cindy Dees: 26 year-old Olivia Harper is a former TV child star trying to establish herself in film, and dissolve her squeaky clean image. She truly believes that the only way to change her public persona is to immerse herself in roles that are […]

REVIEW: No Foolin’ by Lisa Scott
18th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: No Foolin’ by Lisa Scott

No Foolin’ by Lisa Scott: I’m in the middle of the road on this one. I really enjoyed the book but there were a couple of things about it that REALLY bothered me. Let me see if I can figure this out… Ok, so I liked the heroine, Kate, well enough. […]

REVIEW: The Wyoming Cowboy by Rebecca Winters
18th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Wyoming Cowboy by Rebecca Winters

In The Wyoming Cowboy by Rebecca Winters, former marine Carson Lundgren is back home on his Wyoming ranch, where he and two other former marines have created a dude ranch to honor the families of fallen war heroes and bring a little joy and healing in their time of pain. […]

REVIEW: Changing Lanes by Kathleen Long
18th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Changing Lanes by Kathleen Long

In Changing Lanes by Kathleen Long, Thirty year old Abby Halladay has had a monumentally bad day. She lost her job as an advice columnist. She recently purchased her first home only to find out today it has extensive termite damage. And her fiance has unexpectedly left the country two […]

REVIEW: Drawing the Line by Kimberly Kincaid
17th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Drawing the Line by Kimberly Kincaid

In Drawing the Line by Kimberly Kincaid, Serenity Gallagher has just walked into her restaurant when she finds one of her cook injured on the kitchen floor following a break in. She wants to do everything she can to help her friend, but the 911 operator wants her to get […]

REVIEW: Own the Wind by Kristen Ashley
17th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Own the Wind by Kristen Ashley

In Own the Wind (Chaos #1) by Kristen Ashley, the Chaos Motorcycle Club is the world Tabby Allen is accustomed to, having grown up in it as the leader’s daughter. She has a tendency to speak her mind and feels like she deserves to cut loose partying considering what she’s […]

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