Review: That Weekend… by Jennifer McKenzie
11th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: That Weekend… by Jennifer McKenzie

That Weekend… by Jennifer McKenzie is a vibrantly cheeky, flirtatiously fun, brightly humorous, romance that will make you sigh with pleasure! Ava Christensen works as a reporter for Entertainment New Now.  She is sure that she will soon be getting a promotion to the show as a co host.  When she […]

Review: A Hometown Boy by Janice Kay Johnson
11th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: A Hometown Boy by Janice Kay Johnson

A Hometown Boy by Janice Kay Johnson is a deeply emotional read about forgiveness and love. David Owen, a prosecutor in Seattle, has fond memories about growing up in a small town in Washington, but he also has some very painful memories that have kept him away from his family for […]

Review: Highlander Most Wanted by Maya Banks
11th Jan / 1 Comment

Review: Highlander Most Wanted by Maya Banks

Highlander Most Wanted by Maya Banks is a compelling, captivating, whirlwind of a romance that kept me dreaming of a highlander of my own! Genevieve McInnis has spent the last year in captivity, kidnapped by the evil Ian McHugh.  She has experienced unspeakable torture, and has been scarred for life, so […]

Indigo Awakening by Jordan Dane
11th Jan / 0 Comments

Indigo Awakening by Jordan Dane

Indigo Awakening by Jordan Dane: Mental Wards, powerful teens, real life problems and bonds like no other are just a few of the things that fill the pages of “Indigo Awakening” Jordan Dane’s first book in her The Hunted series. This wasn’t like any other book that I’ve read before. It […]

Review: Three Sisters by Susan Mallery
11th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: Three Sisters by Susan Mallery

Three Sisters by Susan Mallery is a superbly poignant novel that will leave you feeling deeply fulfilled! Andi Gordon was engaged to be married, but on her wedding day she was left stranded at the altar by her fiancé.  Trying to pick up the pieces of her life she makes the […]

Review: Bring It On by Shelley K. Wall
9th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: Bring It On by Shelley K. Wall

Bring It On by Shelley K. Wall is a romance full of excitement and intrigue that will keep you turning the pages. Kathryn Delroy is on a week long vacation in Alaska for a management training session. For her this is a dream come-true since she loves the outdoors.  But everything changes when […]

Review: A Widow’s Guilty Secret by Marie Farrarella
9th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: A Widow’s Guilty Secret by Marie Farrarella

A Widow’s Guilty Secret by Marie Farrarella  is a gripping tale that is wrought with tension and suspense. Suzy Burris has been unhappy in her marriage for a while.  She believes her husband has been cheating on her, and when he is late getting home one night, she is determined to […]

Review: Her New Worst Enemy by Christy McKellen
9th Jan / 0 Comments

Review: Her New Worst Enemy by Christy McKellen

Her New Worst Enemy by Christy McKellen is a smoldering hot,  delight of the senses ,  that will definitely  warm up your cold winter nights. Ellie Holdsworthy  is intent on stopping her best friend,  Penny,  an heiress to a fortune,  from making the same mistake that she did by giving her […]

Review: Bayou Heat by Donna Kauffman (A Loveswept Classic Romance)
9th Jan / 1 Comment

Review: Bayou Heat by Donna Kauffman (A Loveswept Classic Romance)

Bayou Heat by Donna Kauffman was a very good novel. I liked it and I would recommend it but don’t go into it expecting any surprises. We first meet our heroine, Dr. Erin McClure. She’s arrived in Louisiana to further her research. She thinks that she can take the plants and […]

Review: The Scoundrel Takes A Bride by Stefanie Sloane
9th Jan / 1 Comment

Review: The Scoundrel Takes A Bride by Stefanie Sloane

The Scoundrel Takes A Bride by Stefanie Sloane  is an engaging, complex, and colorful, intrigue that will take through the streets of Regency, London. Sophia Southwell has never forgotten the murder of her mother that took place when she was a young girl.  All grown up, Sophia is determined to […]