Category: Entangled


REVIEW: Seducing the Girl Next Door by Inara Scott
30th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Seducing the Girl Next Door by Inara Scott

Seducing the Girl Next Door by Inara Scott is a wonderful second chance romance. Ms. Scott’s books and novellas always keep me glued to the edge of my seat and this one is no exception. This novella packs a lot of heat and passion into an engaging storyline. When Jenna […]

REVIEW: The Movie Star’s Red Hot Holiday Fling by Christine Glover
20th Nov / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Movie Star’s Red Hot Holiday Fling by Christine Glover

The The Movie Star’s Red Hot Holiday Fling by Christine Glover, is a nicely put together novella that brought me to tears on more than a one occasion. It is the story about former marine Jessie Sullivan and her untiring quest to serve once again, even with a severely damaged […]

REVIEW: Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday
21st Oct / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday

Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday, is a fun, original romance about embezzlement, making new friends, finding one’s calling and most of all, falling in love. I know it sounds kind of hokey, but reading a holiday romance by Jenny Holiday, adds another layer of magic to this well-constructed book. […]

REVIEW: Accidentally Married on Purpose by Rachel Harris
18th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Accidentally Married on Purpose by Rachel Harris

In Accidentally Married on Purpose by Rachel Harris, Sherry Robicheaux love men, and falls in love faster than she can blink only to get her heart broken by them. Which is why she has determined that she will no longer fall in love and will settle for no sparks and […]

REVIEW: Her Hot Number by Talia Hunter
15th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Her Hot Number by Talia Hunter

Her Hot Number by Talia Hunter is an entertaining read. It is a second chance romance between best friends and one-time lovers back in high school. Now twelve years later, the friends meet again and as they spend time together, their unresolved baggage begins to very slowly dissipate. Blake owns the […]

REVIEW: Her Secret, His Surprise by Paula Altenburg
12th Oct / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Her Secret, His Surprise by Paula Altenburg

In Her Secret, His Surprise by Paula Altenburg, Cass Stone was disowned by her father after not following his specific rules and restrictions. So when given a choice she decided to leave and make a life of her own, even if that pains her since she cannot have any contact […]

REVIEW: A Sicilian Engagement by Rachel Lyndhurst
11th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Sicilian Engagement by Rachel Lyndhurst

A Sicilian Engagement by Rachel Lyndhurst: I thoroughly enjoyed this story about Lora Pryce-Howard and Lorenzo Ferrante. Lora is a former nanny and personal assistant, who is now a busy holistic therapist. Lorenzo is a Sicilian billionaire whose business acumen has secured his success and financial future. After years of […]

REVIEW: Love Bites by Ophelia London
5th Oct / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Love Bites by Ophelia London

In Love Bites by Ophelia London, Sharona Blaire is not exactly the happiest for her latest assignment requires her to go to Australia almost last minute to do an audit. Even if she is happy just to get away from her ex, whom she happens to work with and now for. […]

REVIEW: Keeping Mr. Right Now by Robin Bielman
4th Oct / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Keeping Mr. Right Now by Robin Bielman

In Keeping Mr. Right Now by Robin Bielman, Sophie Birch finally has the opportunity to prove she can handle bigger assignments as an event organizer. Her boss is unable to supervise the film festival in White Strand Cove and Sophie has to cover the event. The only downside is that […]

REVIEW: Priya in Heels by Ayesha Patel
1st Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Priya in Heels by Ayesha Patel

Priya in Heels by Ayesha Patel: Priya Patel is finishing up her medical residency at one of Houstan’s busiest emergency departments. She has always been the epitome of an obedient daughter and therefore reluctantly she agrees to marry a nice Indian boy as per her parents choosing but destiny has other […]