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REVIEW: Archangel’s Viper by Nalini Singh
22nd Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Archangel’s Viper by Nalini Singh

In Archangel’s Viper(Guild Hunter #10) by Nalini Singh, The past couple of years have the been the most difficult of Holly Chang’s life so far. After being abducted and tortured by psychotic archangel Uram, she went by the name of Sorrow–as that’s all she felt at the time. Now something […]

REVIEW: Wickedly Spirited by Deborah Blake
21st Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Wickedly Spirited by Deborah Blake

In Wickedly Spirited (Baba Yaga #3.5) by Deborah Blake, An orphan and runaway who is now figuring out her place in the world, Jazz will always count the day Bella rescued her as the luckiest of her life. She knew for years that she was different from other kids and […]

REVIEW: Fool Me Once by Catherine Bybee
18th Sep / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Fool Me Once by Catherine Bybee

In Fool Me Once (First Wives #1) by Catherine Bybee, As a divorce attorney who works closely with Alliance, a service for high profile clients looking for temporary marriages, Lori Cumberland might just be a tad jaded when it comes to marriage. Especially considering she’s experienced firsthand how hurtful divorces […]

REVIEW: Autoboyography by Christina Lauren
16th Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Autoboyography by Christina Lauren

In Autoboyography by Christina Lauren, High school senior Tanner Scott has to admit he’s had it pretty easy so far in life. He’s got great parents, a bratty but still likable younger sister, and he grew up in California where it was relatively easy to come out as bisexual. But […]

REVIEW: Dirty Dancing at Devil’s Leap by Julie Anne Long
15th Sep / 12 Comments

REVIEW: Dirty Dancing at Devil’s Leap by Julie Anne Long

In Dirty Dancing at Devil’s Leap (Hellcat Canyon #3) by Julie Anne Long, As a teenager in Hellcat Canyon, California, Avalon Harwood fell head over heels for Maximilian “Mac” Coltrane in no time at all. The son of a billionaire, privileged and a bit arrogant, he was always nice to […]

REVIEW: Dark Legacy by Christine Feehan
13th Sep / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Dark Legacy by Christine Feehan

In Dark Legacy (Dark #27) by Christine Feehan, Emeline Sanchez grew up on the streets so she knows a thing or two about the evil that lurks around every corner. And at a fairly young age she realized that it wasn’t just humans she needed to worry about, but that […]

REVIEW: Something Like Happy by Eva Woods
11th Sep / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Something Like Happy by Eva Woods

In Something Like Happy by Eva Woods, Since tragedy struck her life and changed everything in the blink of an eye, Annie Hebden’s days have been nothing but pure drudgery. From her damp London flat to her unsatisfying job to her lack of friends or a social life, she can’t […]

REVIEW: Head Over Heels by Jill Mansell
7th Sep / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Head Over Heels by Jill Mansell

In Head Over Heels by Jill Mansell, In Upper Sisley, a quaint little village in the Cotswolds, life is about to change dramatically for several of the locals as soon as movie star Toby Gillespie and his family move to town. Starting with Jessie Roscoe and her twenty-one year old […]

REVIEW: The Summer That Made Us by Robyn Carr
5th Sep / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Summer That Made Us by Robyn Carr

In The Summer That Made Us by Robyn Carr, Families may often have secrets and the occasional resentful relationship but the Hempstead family has taken it to the extreme. Once a close knit bunch, a tragedy on Lake Waseka, Minnesota, twenty-seven years ago fractured the bonds of two sisters and […]

REVIEW: Seeing Red by Sandra Brown
2nd Sep / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Seeing Red by Sandra Brown

In Seeing Red by Sandra Brown, Television journalist Kerra Bailey has become a well-known name in Texas after working hard and trying to keep her sense of integrity in a cutthroat business. Her next interview, however, has the potential to make her one of the most sought after reporters in […]

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