Review: Beholden To The Throne by Carol Marinelli
16th Feb / 1 Comment

Review: Beholden To The Throne by Carol Marinelli

Beholden To The Throne by Carol Marinelli is a beautiful romance story about tradition versus love. Amy Bannester was hired by the Queen Hanna as a nanny for the twin princesses before they were to be born. She was to help raise the girls not to raise them herself. But […]

Review: What Love Sounds Like by Alissa Callen
16th Feb / 1 Comment

Review: What Love Sounds Like by Alissa Callen

What Love Sounds Like by Alissa Callen: Mia Windsor is a speech pathologist who had speech problems of her own growing up. She has an absentee father, a giant in the corporate world, who never showed her any love or type of emotion. She has dedicated her life to her profession helping children […]

Review: The Downfall of a Good Girl by Kimberly Lang
16th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: The Downfall of a Good Girl by Kimberly Lang

The Downfall of a Good Girl by Kimberly Lang is a truly heartwarming enemies-to-lovers story Vivienne “Vivi” LeBlanc has been chosen as this years “Saint” in the Saints and Sinners Festival – a Mardi Gras fundraising competition. She is very passionate about her involvement in non-profit charities and feels honored […]

Review: The Best Man by Kristan Higgins
16th Feb / 2 Comments

Review: The Best Man by Kristan Higgins

The Best Man by Kristan Higgins is a snappy, witty, family oriented story, that had me laughing out! Faith Holland was all set to marry her high school sweetheart in front of the whole town, when asked if anyone knew of any reason why the two shouldn’t be wed, the best […]

Review: Fast Forward By Juliet Madison
16th Feb / 2 Comments

Review: Fast Forward By Juliet Madison

Juliet Madison has written an inventive, quirky, and irreverent debut in Fast Forward, that will tickle your funny bone from the beginning to the end. On the eve of her twenty-fifth birthday, Kelli Crawford, is expecting an engagement ring from her boyfriend Grant, but to her utter dismay, she is […]

Review: Grounds To Kill by Wendy Roberts
13th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: Grounds To Kill by Wendy Roberts

Grounds To Kill by Wendy Roberts is a quirky mystery with a little supernatural to make it more fun. Jen Hanby is a café barista at Merlot’s, she may not be earning a lot of money or have the perfect life but she is content with what she has. Except for the […]

Review: Speaking of Love by Ophelia London
13th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: Speaking of Love by Ophelia London

Speaking of Love by Ophelia London is a sweet and fun read. Mackenzie Simms has decided to find a woman for her friend Rick. She has been attending social event with him for a while now as his non-date, but she is never comfortable in those events. Her solution, to […]

Review: Unforgettable by Elise K Ackers
13th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: Unforgettable by Elise K Ackers

Unforgettable by Elise K Ackers: Oh what a tangled web… Connor Abbot is in the hospital after being struck by a car. His friend and co-worker Emma Kitchener is by his side, waiting for him to wake up. When he finally does a few weeks later, they realize he has lost […]

Review: When She Was Wicked by Anne Barton
13th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: When She Was Wicked by Anne Barton

Anne Barton has written a stunning and heart melting debut in When She Was Wicked  that I highly recommend! Annabelle Honeycote works hard as a seamstress in order to support her sick mother and her younger sister.  Despite the long hours that she puts in it isn’t enough money to pay the rent and […]

Review: Keeping Secrets In Seattle by Brooke Moss
10th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: Keeping Secrets In Seattle by Brooke Moss

Keeping Secrets In Seattle by Brooke Moss is an extremely touching, and captivating look at lifelong friends who struggle to take their relationship to the next level. Violet Murphy has been in love with Gabe Parker since she was six years old.  As teenagers she and Gabe dated for a while […]