Tag: EC


REVIEW: Bliss by Lynsay Sands
26th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Bliss by Lynsay Sands

In Bliss by Lynsay Sands, For the past five years, Lady Helen Tiernay has been hearing of the atrocities Lord Hethe of Holden, aka The Hammer of Holden, has allowed to befall his people. And where his land borders her own, she’s been taking in those lost souls in need […]

REVIEW: Mister Hockey by Lia Riley
7th Jul / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Mister Hockey by Lia Riley

Mister Hockey by Lia Rileyis about a bookworm librarian, Breezy Angel, and the star of her fantasies, the team captain of the NHL’s Denver Hellions, Jed West. While doing an interview with Neve, Breezy’s sister who is a report that covers the Hellions, she receives a frantic phone call from […]

REVIEW: Gone to Dust by Liliana Hart
29th Jun / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Gone to Dust by Liliana Hart

In Gone to Dust (Gravediggers #2) by Liliana Hart, Romance author Miller Darling is eyeball deep in writing her latest novel when she gets a gruesome mail delivery. In it, she learns that her brother, an ex-Navy SEAL, is being held hostage and unless she helps find the missing treasure […]

REVIEW: Protected by Love by Jennifer Ryan
28th Jun / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Protected by Love by Jennifer Ryan

In Protected by Love by Jennifer Ryan, Caden Cooke’s job as a DEA agent seems to take over every part of his life these days. Including his social life. He’s already let down chef Mia Martin twice by having to miss their blind dates but he’s determined to make their […]

REVIEW: The Cajun Doctor by Sandra Hill
22nd Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Cajun Doctor by Sandra Hill

In The Cajun Doctor (Cajun #10) by Sandra Hill, Pediatric oncologist Dr. Daniel LeDeux knew that he and his twin brother Aaron, a helicopter pilot, had family in Louisiana but he never expected that after tragedy touched their lives they would be summoned to the bayous. Growing up in Alaska […]

REVIEW: His Guilt by Shelley Shepard Gray
14th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: His Guilt by Shelley Shepard Gray

His Guilt: Shelley Shepard Gray never fails to draw me in with her writing! She is so skilled and so descriptive. And, this series is one of those unusual series in which each book could be read so far as a stand alone. In “His Guilt”, readers are introduced to Waneta, […]

REVIEW: Blame It on the Duke by Lenora Bell
11th Jun / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Blame It on the Duke by Lenora Bell

In Blame It on the Duke (The Disgraceful Dukes #3) by Lenora Bell, Nights of excess and self-indulgence have been Nicolas, Lord Hatherly’s, norm for so long that he can’t recall any other way of existing. But he gets a rude awakening when his father, the mad Duke of Barrington, […]

REVIEW: The Whole Way Home by Sarah Creech
7th Jun / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Whole Way Home by Sarah Creech

In The Whole Way Home by Sarah Creech, Growing up in the small mountain town of Gatesville, Virginia, Joanne “Jo” Lover’s life revolved around music. From gospel to country to bluegrass, she and her two close friends, J. D. and Rob, played their music for anyone who would listen. These […]

REVIEW: White Hot by Ilona Andrews
30th May / 6 Comments

REVIEW: White Hot by Ilona Andrews

In White Hot (Hidden Legacy #2) by Ilona Andrews, Private investigator Nevada Baylor’s struggles to keep her family business running are finally paying off. Her new client, which promises to be a high profile case, is just what she needs professionally. But personally it puts her back in touch with […]

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