Category: Entangled


REVIEW: Let It Be Me  by Jody Holford
28th Oct / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Let It Be Me by Jody Holford

Let It Be Me by Jody Holford: Megan has been a nanny for single father Adam’s son for five years now, but she’s moving on to teaching and needs to find her replacement. While Megan and Adam have always been polite, they’ve never really gotten to know one another beyond […]

REVIEW: The Sheriff’s Little Matchmaker by Carrie Nichols
15th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Sheriff’s Little Matchmaker by Carrie Nichols

In The Sheriff’s Little Matchmaker (Rose Creek, Texas #1) by Carrie Nichols , Sheriff Remy Fontenot has often thought about the woman that kissed him in a bar one night and then disappeared. Yet, when he discovers she’s his daughter’s teacher, Remy decides he can’t let her get away a […]

REVIEW: Watched From a Distance by Allison B. Hanson
14th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Watched From a Distance by Allison B. Hanson

In Watched From a Distance (Love Under Fire #3) by Allison B. Hanson, Lena Scott has no choice but to follow the directions of a bad man, not if she wants to keep her daughter safe. However, when she’s assigned to seduce and kidnap US Marshal Dane Ryan, she knows […]

REVIEW: Only for a Night by Naima Simone
13th Oct / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Only for a Night by Naima Simone

In Only for a Night (Lick #1) by Naima Simone, Rion Ward and Harper Shaw were once very good friends, and now Harper needs him more than ever. Losing her husband has left her lonely, and she’s determined to proposition Rion. What she wants is sex, the kind only he […]

REVIEW: Dark Water by Tricia Tyler
6th Oct / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Dark Water by Tricia Tyler

In Dark Water (Psychics of Barfleur #1) by Tricia Tyler, Special Agent Nick Garrison isn’t a fan of psychics, but for his latest case it might take Evangeline ‘Evie’ Broussard’s skills to take down a serial killer. Too bad he can’t trust her. Yet, the closer they work together, the […]

REVIEW: The Marquess and the Maiden by Robyn DeHart
3rd Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Marquess and the Maiden by Robyn DeHart

In The Marquess and the Maiden (Lords of Vice #2) by Robyn DeHart, years ago Oliver Weeks, the Marquess of Davenport, rejected Harriet Wheatley. However, now that he’s turned things around and made more than enough money to save the family estate, he’s finally ready to settle down. Yet, the […]

REVIEW: The Boss by Abigail Owen
29th Sep / 7 Comments

REVIEW: The Boss by Abigail Owen

In The Boss (Fire’s Edge #1) by Abigail Owen, Delaney Hamilton has been running for a long time, but now she’s finally found a place she’d love to settle down at. Unfortunately, she might not have a choice but to pack her bags again and leave when her stalker tracks […]

REVIEW: Cowboys Need Not Apply by Robert Tate Miller
16th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Cowboys Need Not Apply by Robert Tate Miller

In Cowboys Need Not Apply (Small Town #1) by Robert Tate Miller, rodeo cowboy Matt Walker and ballerina Jessica Carmichael are nursing injuries and the only way to get back to the top in their respective careers is to have physical therapy at one of the top therapy centres. Too […]

REVIEW: Taking a Shot by Taryn Leigh Taylor
10th Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Taking a Shot by Taryn Leigh Taylor

Taking a Shot by Taryn Leigh Taylor: A planner, so much so that she researches and plans her one night stand. The bad boy, who once traded from his NHL team, is determined to screw his head on straight and play the straight and narrow. One night, one unforgettable night […]