Tag: 4.5 Stars


REVIEW: The Most Dangerous Duke in London by Madeline Hunter
24th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Most Dangerous Duke in London by Madeline Hunter

Madeline Hunter’s The Most Dangerous Duke in London has it all—a fiery heroine, an alluring duke, a revenge plot, and a mystery—and it is an exceptional historical romance. Adam Penrose, the Duke of Stratton, has just returned to England after five years in France, where he earned a reputation for […]

REVIEW: Lost and Found Sisters by Jill Shalvis
23rd Jun / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Lost and Found Sisters by Jill Shalvis

In Lost and Found Sisters (Wildstone #1) by Jill Shalvis, Quinn Weller would give anything to have her sister Beth back again and to be able to talk to her one more time. But a tragic car accident took Beth’s life too early, leaving Quinn feeling out of sorts and […]

REVIEW: Wrecked by J.B. Salsbury
22nd Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Wrecked by J.B. Salsbury

Wrecked by J.B. Salsbury: Sawyer has always been the more cautious twin. It’s been Sawyer who has the steady, predictable life while Celia went off on jet setting adventures and living life to the fullest. Sawyer is a planner, germaphobe, and doesn’t take risks. Their family is devastated to learn […]

REVIEW: Welcome Home Katie Gallagher by Seana Kelly
21st Jun / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Welcome Home Katie Gallagher by Seana Kelly

Welcome Home Katie Gallagher by Seana Kelly: After the end of a miserable ten year marriage, Katie Gallagher returns to her home town of Bar Harbor, Maine with only her Newfoundland, Chaucer, in tow. Her intention is to stay at the house her grandmother left her, but when she arrives, she […]

REVIEW: The Mysterious Italian Houseguest by Scarlet Wilson
20th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Mysterious Italian Houseguest by Scarlet Wilson

The Mysterious Italian Houseguest by Scarlet Wilson: Two strangers in the middle of nowhere with a lot of baggage to work through and no desire to share. How is that going to turn out? Portia Marlowe was at her sister’s house to work through some things and figure out her future.

REVIEW: The Farthest Edge by Kristen Ashley
18th Jun / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Farthest Edge by Kristen Ashley

In The Farthest Edge (Honey #2) by Kristen Ashley, The Bee’s Honey, aka the Honey Club, used to be where Evangeline, a Domme, went to have fun and let loose. But after a terrifying incident with a sub she cared deeply for left her physically and emotionally wrecked, she’s avoided […]

REVIEW: Black Tie Optional by Ann Marie Walker
17th Jun / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Black Tie Optional by Ann Marie Walker

Black Tie Optional by Ann Marie Walker: Olivia is a humanitarian; she lives for her crusades to save the environment and animals alike. She loves her work at a non-profit even if it means trying to convince heartless CEOs like Coleman Grant III to change their business practices. Cole is […]

REVIEW: I Knew You Were Trouble by Lauren Layne
16th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: I Knew You Were Trouble by Lauren Layne

I Knew You Were Trouble by Lauren Layne: Taylor is intelligent, determined, loyal, feisty, and has a bit of a reputation for being an ice princess. She’s reserved and has struggled to make friends after being raised by her career-driven, emotions hating aunt. She learned early on that emotions are messy […]

REVIEW: Mr. Rook by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
15th Jun / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Mr. Rook by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

In Mr. Rook (Rook’s Island #1) by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, Stephanie Fitzgerald had never heard of Rook’s Island when her older sister Cici won a trip to the tropical oasis, although she was happy to see her sister planning to have fun for once. But since Cici’s shocking disappearance–no one […]

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