Tag: 4.5 Stars


REVIEW: A Nordic King by Karina Halle
21st Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Nordic King by Karina Halle

In A Nordic King by Karina Halle, Aurora left behind the bad memories of a life she wasn’t proud of back in Australia and has worked hard to earn a reputation as an accomplished nanny in Europe. Her last gig admittedly didn’t leave her feeling good about herself–what is it […]

REVIEW: Tempt the Flames by Marnee Blake
20th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Tempt the Flames by Marnee Blake

In Tempt the Flames (The Smokejumpers #1) by Marnee Blake, Lance Roberts was once the best friend of Meg Buchanan’s brother until they went their separate ways after both their fathers died while battling a fire years ago. However, now Lance is back in town and determined to fight for […]

REVIEW: The Right Side of Forever by Meghan Quinn
19th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Right Side of Forever by Meghan Quinn

The Right Side of Forever by Meghan Quinn: Colby thought he finally had love and relationships figured out, but his job is the only thing going right in his life. His relationships seem to be falling apart and he’s desperate to hold on to the one woman who brings him […]

REVIEW: Sail Away with Me by Susan Fox
19th Sep / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Sail Away with Me by Susan Fox

In Sail Away with Me (Blue Moon Harbor #3) by Susan Fox, Julian Blake hates coming home to Blue Moon Harbor, especially after all he suffered at the hands of someone he should have been able to trust. However, the moment he meets Iris Yakimura, he finds himself intrigued and […]

REVIEW: King’s Price by Jackie Ashenden
19th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: King’s Price by Jackie Ashenden

King’s Price by Jackie Ashenden is the first steamy story in her new series Kings of Sydney. It’s about brothers who have inherited a business that used to be mob run (by their father) and that they’ve taken pains to make legitimate. Part of re-inventing their image involves getting into […]

REVIEW: The Left Side of Perfect by Meghan Quinn
18th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Left Side of Perfect by Meghan Quinn

The Left Side of Perfect by Meghan Quinn: Colby is the total package: sexy, handsome, and a fighter pilot. He’s brooding, confident, and yet not a player like many of his fighter pilot friends and co-workers. He’s pretty much married to his job and isn’t at all in the market […]

REVIEW: Just This Once by Mira Lyn Kelly
17th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Just This Once by Mira Lyn Kelly

Just This Once by Mira Lyn Kelly: Molly is smart, independent, stubborn, and unique. She’s a loyal friend and sister who is always willing to tell it like it is. She craves stability and security, which is why she owns a housekeeping business, runs a web design service, and manages […]

REVIEW: Cowboys Need Not Apply by Robert Tate Miller
16th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Cowboys Need Not Apply by Robert Tate Miller

In Cowboys Need Not Apply (Small Town #1) by Robert Tate Miller, rodeo cowboy Matt Walker and ballerina Jessica Carmichael are nursing injuries and the only way to get back to the top in their respective careers is to have physical therapy at one of the top therapy centres. Too […]

REVIEW: Sheikh’s Princess of Convenience by Dani Collins
13th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Sheikh’s Princess of Convenience by Dani Collins

In Sheikh’s Princess of Convenience (Bound to the Desert King #3) by Dani Collins, when her brother agrees to marriage between her and Sheikh Karim to avoid scandal, Galila decides she’s not going to make things easy for the ruthless Sheikh. However, the more time she spends around Karim, the […]

REVIEW: Muse by Katy Evans
12th Sep / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Muse by Katy Evans

In Muse (Manhattan #3) by Katy Evans, In the midst of writing what she’s sure will be her breakout book, everything comes to a screeching halt for fledgling romance author Becka. Call it writer’s block or say that her muse is missing in action, it doesn’t matter. She’s stuck. And […]

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