In Pretending He’s Mine by Mia Sosa, Ashley Williamson has had a crush on her brother’s best friend/Hollywood agent Julian Hart for years. Needing a place to stay, she chooses his place. While there, what better time to try to convince him that they should be together?
In A Match Made in Bed (Spinster Heiresses #2) by Cathy Maxwell, According to members of the Ton, the only thing Miss Cassandra Howell has going for her is her dowry. She’s approaching spinsterhood unless she can finally get her father to allow her to marry. Although she doesn’t make […]
In Hello Stranger (The Ravenels #4) by Lisa Kleypas, Dr. Garrett Gibson has always felt like the odd person out, being more interested in science and mathematics than in attending the latest social events. After years of studying she is currently the only female physician in England. But most importantly, […]
In How the Cowboy Was Won (Cupid, Texas #6) by Lori Wilde, Real estate agent Ember Alzate can’t wait until her best friend in the universe, scientist Ranger Lockhart, returns home to Texas after a year away In New Zealand. She’s immensely proud of him for getting his doctorate. But […]
In Twice Bitten (Argeneau #27) by Lynsay Sands, Freedom is something Elspeth Argeneau has been dreaming of for almost a century. Not that she’s been held captive, per se. Not really. It’s her mother Martine’s controlling nature that has held her back from living a normal life. Well, as normal […]
In Midsummer Delights: A Short Story Collection by Eloisa James, we have three very brief but highly entertaining Regency romance novellas, previously published separately, but now all in one lovely collection. I had so much fun with each one that I think fans will likely breeze through these stories in […]
A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole is the first story in her Reluctant Royals series. It’s a sexy contemporary romance about a hard working scientist heroine and a prince looking for his dream girl. When Naledi Smith’s inbox keeps getting emails from an ‘African Prince looking for his long […]
In My Once and Future Duke (The Wagers of Sin #1) by Caroline Linden, After losing her parents when she was twelve and then being immediately sent to a lady’s school by her curmudgeonly grandfather, Sophie Campbell has learned to be independent in a world where women are supposed to […]
In True to You (Montana Heat #2) by Jennifer Ryan, As a sniper for the DEA, Dawson King never saw himself going undercover. But after he was set up by a local drug dealer to take down one of the criminal’s enemies, King wants to see Iceman behind bars. And […]
His Risk by Shelley Shepard Gray: I strongly recommend ANY book written by Shelley Shepard Gray. She is an incredibly talented writer in the Amish and in the historical fiction genres. And His Risk is no exception!