The Devil of Downtown by Joanna Shupe is an exciting and passionate opposites attract romance. Think ‘wrong side of the tracks’ only in this case, it’s wrong side of the city/society.
In The Rivals by Vi Keeland, Given the complex history between the Sterling and Lockwood families, Sophia Sterling was predestined to be an enemy of Weston Lockwood, with no chance of getting along. Well, except that one time… which we won’t get into. But now Sophia and Weston are sent […]
The Footman and I by Valerie Bowman description sounded interesting, but I was wondering if the author would be able to pull it off. So many times, books with the storyline of bets and finding love are monotonous but the author added an interesting twist by having the hero disguise himself […]
In Desolation Road (Torpedo Ink #4) by Christine Feehan, A library probably seems an unlikely place for the world-weary member of a motorcycle club to hang out, but a tidal wave wouldn’t even be able to move Aleksei “Absinthe” Solokov from the building. That’s because as much as libraries–and books […]
In Home to Me (Canyon Creek #2) by Catherine Bybee, Santa Clarita, California has become Erin Fleming’s sanctuary after living a hellish life under the thumb of her ex. Not only is the location gorgeous and the perfect place to hideaway in a cute little guesthouse, but she’s met some […]
To Catch an Earl by Kate Batemanis the second book in the Bow Street Bachelors series. The book started out slow to me and was hard to get into it but once I made it through the first few chapters it picked up and became interesting.
In The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs, On the day that Natalie Harper’s professional life was about to get a huge boost, her personal life suffered a devastating loss. With too many decisions to make and an overwhelming amount of grief holding her down, Natalie temporarily moves back […]
A Royal Second Chance Summer by Viv Royce: This was a fun, charming book to read and even though it is the third in the series, I had no problem reading it as a stand-alone. It was a short book so was fast to read but it flowed smoothly and […]
Accidentally Family by Sasha Summers finds Felicity put into a difficult situation. On his deathbed after an accident that took the life of his wife, her ex-husband asks Felicity to take in his toddler. Her daughter, who is leaving for college at the end of the summer, takes it in […]
Loudmouth by Avery Flynn: This novel was everything and more! I loved every second of it and I can promise any read would feel the same way. Flynn has really delivered with the third instalment in the Ice Knights series and I hope she has more books planned to entertain us […]