Category: Review


REVIEW: Her Accidental Boyfriend by Robin Bielman
15th Oct / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Her Accidental Boyfriend by Robin Bielman

In Her Accidental Boyfriend by Robin Bielman, Kagan Owens is hiding from her life in NYC. She does not want to do what her father wants anymore, and marrying a man she does not love is not something that she will agree to. She is happy in the small town […]

REVIEW: Revealing Us by Lisa Renee Jones
14th Oct / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Revealing Us by Lisa Renee Jones

I just finished reading Revealing Us by author Lisa Renee Jones and I loved it despite some things I’ll mention a bit later. I was first hooked on this trilogy right from the beginning with the mystery surrounding Rebecca’s disappearance and Sara finding her journals recounting her relationship with her […]

REVIEW: Wild Child by Molly O’Keefe
14th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Wild Child by Molly O’Keefe

In Wild Child by Molly O’Keefe, Monica Appleby used to be a reality TV Star, now she is a best-selling author of tell-all book of her wild adventures as a young adult. To everyone she has a reputation of a “Wild Child” who will never settle down. Now she is […]

REVIEW: The Picture Perfect Wedding by Fiona Lowe
14th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Picture Perfect Wedding by Fiona Lowe

The Picture Perfect Wedding by Fiona Lowe: Ok ladies! If you are looking for a great feel good read then do I have the book for you. The Picture Perfect Wedding by Fiona Lowe had me hooked from the first page and kept me hooked until the last. Welcome to Whitetail […]

REVIEW: The Lone Star Cinderella by Maureen Child
13th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Lone Star Cinderella by Maureen Child

The Lone Star Cinderella by Maureen Child: Dave Firestone has achieved great success with his ranch, but striking a deal with TexCat will put an official seal on his beef as the best. There’s only one problem: the owner of TexCat is a conservative man who only does business with family […]

REVIEW: For Love of Lacey by Sandra Chastain
13th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: For Love of Lacey by Sandra Chastain

In For Love of Lacey by Sandra Chastain, Lacey Lee Wilcox remembers her best friend’s ex-husband, Tyler Winter, from two years ago as a cynical and not very friendly guy. Not only did he insult her, he was also not happy about her friend selling her the van for $500, […]

REVIEW:  Baiting the Boss by Coleen Kwan
13th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Baiting the Boss by Coleen Kwan

Baiting the Boss by Coleen Kwan: Sydney Australia city dweller Grace Owens, works directly for Lachlan Macintyre, the 80 year-old CEO and Chairman of Macintyre Inc., a huge construction conglomerate. She is in charge of Special Projects, which is actually a fancy title for glorified assistant or indentured servant. Lachlan […]

REVIEW: Holding Out For A Hero by Amy Andrews
11th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Holding Out For A Hero by Amy Andrews

In Holding Out For A Hero by Amy Andrews, Ella Lucas’s hometown of Huntley, Australia, has never been a comforting place for her. She was always the social outsider, never quite good enough for any of the cliques because of her mother’s reputation. Even though they didn’t have much interaction, […]

REVIEW: Blame It on the Champagne by Nina Harrington
11th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Blame It on the Champagne by Nina Harrington

In Blame It on the Champagne by Nina Harrington, Rick Burgess has left an action and award filled career as an adventure sportsman to become a wine merchant after his brother’s Tom death. He needs investment for one of his business ventures from the Elwood brothers, one of the oldest […]