Category: Review


REVIEW: Breathe for Me by Natalie Anderson
9th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Breathe for Me by Natalie Anderson

Most of the time as I read a book for review, I jot down some thoughts and quotes, in order to ensure that I remember the highlights of what I think the reader would like to know about. However, sometimes I read a book from cover to cover, without a […]

REVIEW: Princess in the Iron Mask by Victoria Parker
9th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Princess in the Iron Mask by Victoria Parker

I’ll admit right up front that I had to re-read the first few pages twice. I thought for sure that this was a regency book masquerading as a modern. The writing seemed a little too formal to be set in present-day. However, once I got past the initial hesitation, I […]

REVIEW: The Apple Orchard by Susan Wiggs
9th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Apple Orchard by Susan Wiggs

In The Apple Orchard (Bella Vista #1) by Susan Wiggs, Tess Delaney has always dreamed of having a large close-knit family. She was raised by her nana in Dublin, Ireland while her mother traveled the world for her job in antiquities. “Family and friends–not work–were the things that made a […]

REVIEW: A Touch of Notoriety by Carole Mortimer
9th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Touch of Notoriety by Carole Mortimer

Carole Mortimer was one of the first Romance writers I remember reading, back when I was a young lady. Along with Penny Jordan and Nora Roberts, they were staples on my reading list. A Touch of Notoriety by Carole Mortimer is a sequel to A Taste of the Forbidden, part of […]

REVIEW: Sparks Fly with the Billionaire by Marion Lennox
8th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Sparks Fly with the Billionaire by Marion Lennox

I’ve never been the biggest fan of circuses. I’ve been twice, and both times my expectations weren’t met. However, after reading Sparks Fly with the Billionaire by Marion Lennox, I kinda want to go again. Allie has slowly taken over responsibility for the “Sparkles” circus. Her grandparents raised her there, […]

REVIEW: The Last Doctor She Should Ever Date by Louisa George
6th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Last Doctor She Should Ever Date by Louisa George

In The Last Doctor She Should Ever Date by Louisa George, Daniella Danatello has been hiding from the media and the public eye since one of her rebellions and dares was turned into the biggest  media scandal. She was humiliated by her mistake, one that no one in the media […]

REVIEW: Wounded Angel by Stacy Gail
6th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Wounded Angel by Stacy Gail

Wounded Angel by Stacy Gail: Seriously, Stacy Gail is about to be put on my favorite authors list! I’ve REALLY enjoyed the Earth Angels series (the ones I’ve read anyways). The title is very appropriate because both the hero and the heroine are really wounded individuals. Wow, our heroine, Ella, has […]

REVIEW: Johanna’s Bridegroom by Emma Miller
5th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Johanna’s Bridegroom by Emma Miller

In Johanna’s Bridegroom by Emma Miller, Johanna has been widowed for two years now and knows that she must marry and find a provider and father figure for her children. It’s part of their Amish believes, but she does not want to marry again. Her marriage was violent and she […]

REVIEW: Penthouse Suite by Sandra Chastain
5th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Penthouse Suite by Sandra Chastain

Penthouse Suite by Sandra Chastain is a very fun and sexy read. After her mother’s long illness Kate Weston has no wish of going the whole way with anything. She is an expert in everything to do with manual labor, but she didn’t want to finish any of her learning courses. […]

REVIEW: Plus One by Brighton Walsh
5th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Plus One by Brighton Walsh

Plus One by Brighton Walsh is a sweet and hot romance novella that will keep you cheering for the HEA till the very end. Olivia is tired of her dating, every single one has been a jerk a looser and a user, they have no manners and lack of good conversation. […]

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