Category: Review


REVIEW: The Return of Her Past by Lindsay Armstrong
9th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Return of Her Past by Lindsay Armstrong

In The Return of Her Past by Lindsay Armstrong. Mia has always had a crush on Carlos. Her mother was his family’s housekeeper, her father their gardener. It isn’t until Mia is 18 that Carlos finally notices her and how she’s no longer a little girl. When he comes home one […]

REVIEW: Double Dealing by Linda Cajio
8th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Double Dealing by Linda Cajio

In Double Dealing by Linda Cajio, Jed Waters, vice president of Atlantic Developers, is committing something that he knows is not proper for someone in his station. He is breaking and entering into Barkeley estate, although technically speaking jumping the fence is not breaking anything but he needs to speak […]

REVIEW: The Couple who Fooled the World by Maisey Yates
8th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Couple who Fooled the World by Maisey Yates

In The Couple who Fooled the World by Maisey Yates, Julia Anderson is the richest woman in the world. Monetarily at least. She has armor that keeps her steady and feeling normal, but Ferro Calvaresi scratches at it every chance he gets. As the head of Anfalas, she has to […]

REVIEW: The Story Guy by Mary Ann Rivers
8th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Story Guy by Mary Ann Rivers

In The Story Guy by Mary Ann Rivers, Carrie gets a kick out of reading the MetroLink personals on her downtime from her job at the Metropolitan Library. She begrudgingly admits to herself that she is a bit lonely, but perusing the personals is more entertainment factor than serious searching. […]

REVIEW: A Baby Between Friends by Kathie DeNosky
8th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Baby Between Friends by Kathie DeNosky

A Baby Between Friends by Kathie DeNosky is an enticing and entertaining friends to lovers story that will capture your heart with its warmth and sensuality. It is the perfect accompaniment to your summer reading list. Summer Patterson and Ryder McLain have been best friends for years. Summer has been […]

REVIEW: The Forever Dream by Iris Johansen
7th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Forever Dream by Iris Johansen

In The Forever Dream by Iris Johansen, Tania Orlinov has worked hard to be where she is now. She not only worked hard to become one of the best ballerinas out there, but also to escape Russia and to get asylum in the United States. Now she is one of […]

REVIEW: Crash by Nicole Williams
7th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Crash by Nicole Williams

Ok…so Crash by Nicole Williams was nothing and everything I expected it to be. Jude and Lucy were good together, but not great in my opinion. I also found the storyline to be overly dramatic, which may be a positive for some, but not for me in this instance. Though […]

REVIEW: Seduced by Cari Quinn, Taryn Elliott
6th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Seduced by Cari Quinn, Taryn Elliott

I can honestly say I was blown away by Seduced by Cari Quinn, Taryn Elliott . I was hooked from the very beginning – when I read the authors’ ‘Note to our Readers’. “This isn’t your typical love story. We wanted you to know that before you even get to […]

REVIEW: Diamond in the Desert by Susan Stephens
6th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Diamond in the Desert by Susan Stephens

Diamond in the Desert by Susan Stephens: When the Skavanga diamond mines running low on funds with plenty of gems to unearth, Britt Skavanga finds a consortium willing to invest and give her company the boost it needs to get the job done. The consortium is a group of men, one […]

REVIEW: Scarlet Lady by Sandra Chastain
6th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Scarlet Lady by Sandra Chastain

In Scarlet Lady by Sandra Chastain, Katie Carithers comes from a prominent southern family but her world comes unraveled when her parents die in plane crash. Not only has she just lost her parents, they left everything to her brother, who then looses it all at a high-risk poker game. […]