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REVIEW: The Christmas He Loved Her by Juliana Stone
4th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Christmas He Loved Her by Juliana Stone

The Christmas He Loved Her by Juliana Stone: Sometimes there are stories that touch your heart, make you sad, make you laugh, or make you sigh. “The Christmas He Loved Her” by Juliana Stone is one of those books. The second in the Bad Boys of Crystal Lake series, this book […]

REVIEW: The Bridesmaid by Julia London
17th Oct / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Bridesmaid by Julia London

In The Bridesmaid by Julia London, Kate Preston is in a race to make it from New York to Seattle for her cousin’s wedding, in which she will be the maid of honor. The only issue? Well, if only there was just one problem. Instead she encounters bad weather, grumpy […]

REVIEW: Against The Ropes by Sarah Castille
4th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Against The Ropes by Sarah Castille

Against The Ropes by Sarah Castille: I was struggling to decide if I would give this 3 stars or 5 stars. There are parts of this book that I didn’t really like (the characters kind of drove me nuts – and not in the good way). But there are other […]

REVIEW: The Firebird by Susanna Kearsley
1st Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Firebird by Susanna Kearsley

The Firebird by Susanna Kearsley, book two in the Slains series, is a beautifully written story with dual timelines. This book will appeal to both readers of historical fiction and those who have a fancy for more contemporary pieces. Readers will be swept away on a magical journey that they […]

REVIEW: A Wedding In Springtime by Amanda Forester
11th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Wedding In Springtime by Amanda Forester

Book number one in the Marriage Mart series, A Wedding In Springtime by Amanda Forester has all of the elements of a great love story. Full of humor, mystery, intrigue with a good dose of romance. You won’t want to miss this entertaining and captivating tale. Miss Eugenia Talbot (Genie) is […]

REVIEW: Bound to Be a Bride by Megan Mulry
26th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Bound to Be a Bride by Megan Mulry

Set in 1808 Spain, Bound to Be a Bride by Megan Mulry features a unique setting and an opulent plot. The practiced art of hojojutsu (Japanese rope tying) brings out an element of eroticism that holds great appeal. Megan Mulry writes with great aplomb and keeps the storyline entertaining throughout the […]

REVIEW: Thinking of You by Jill Mansell
11th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Thinking of You by Jill Mansell

In Thinking of You by Jill Mansell, Ginny Holland is not sure what to do with herself now that her daughter Jem is leaving home for the first time. She is extremely proud of her choice to go to university but immediately feels the loss once Jem is gone. She […]

REVIEW: Surrender to Sultry by Macy Beckett
11th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Surrender to Sultry by Macy Beckett

If you are looking for a story that has everything a great HEA should have, then look no further than Surrender to Sultry by Macy Beckett. This is the third book in the Sultry Springs series, and this book is even better than the last two, which is hard to […]

Review: The Summer He Came Home by Juliana Stone
20th Apr / 2 Comments

Review: The Summer He Came Home by Juliana Stone

The Summer He Came Home by Juliana Stone: Cain Black was Crystal Lake’s favorite son. Football hero and a member of the Bad Boys Club. 10 Years ago Cain took off for the bright lights of Hollywood and Rock and Roll and he never looked back. Well now he is home. […]