Category: LoveSwept


REVIEW: Necessary Evil by Jamie K Schmidt
8th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Necessary Evil by Jamie K Schmidt

In Necessary Evil (Sentinels of Babylon #1) by Jamie K Schmidt, Lucy Simmons believes in the justice system and in the statement ‘innocent until proven guilty’. Working as a public defender, she’s good at what she does, and doesn’t believe in anyone taking matters into their hands like some believe ex-cop […]

REVIEW: Lured In by Laura Drewry
23rd Sep / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Lured In by Laura Drewry

Lured In by Laura Dreary: Jessie loves living and working at the Buoys. It’s been her home and the O’Donnell’s her family since they took her in at 17. She runs their fishing lodge and keeps the brothers from killing each other. She’s just as determined as they are to save the […]

REVIEW: Hard to Fall by Marquita Valentine
21st Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Hard to Fall by Marquita Valentine

Hard to Fall by Marquita Valentine: Hayden just wants to live his life and not follow in the family tradition. He loves his job as a firefighter and has no ambition to follow in his father’s footsteps in politics. He’s smart, sexy, and happy to be single. He’s not looking for […]

REVIEW: Hard to Hold by Katie Rose
14th Sep / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Hard to Hold by Katie Rose

    In Hard to Hold (Hard to Play #1) by Katie Rose, Logan Hart doesn’t know the first thing about raising a child, so how is he supposed to look after the little girl that’s been handed to him by his ex. Hiring a nanny seems to be the […]

REVIEW: Anywhere You Are by Elisabeth Barrett
13th Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Anywhere You Are by Elisabeth Barrett

Anywhere You Are by Elisabeth Barrett is about the third partner of the Briarwood golf course, Marcus Colby, and Grace Davingham, the daughter of a rock star and a model. Tired of being in the spotlight, Grace retreats to a small town where most people are content to leave her […]

REVIEW: My Song for You by Stina Lindenblatt
8th Sep / 8 Comments

REVIEW: My Song for You by Stina Lindenblatt

    In My Song for You (Pushing Limits #2) by Stina Lindenblatt, for years Callie Talbert has kept her sister’s secret. But the moment she comes face-to-face with Jared Leigh again, she knows things will never be the same. Not only will her life be changed if Jared learns […]

REVIEW: Welcoming the Bad Boy by Annie Rains
19th Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Welcoming the Bad Boy by Annie Rains

Welcoming the Bad Boy by Annie Rains: No one would think the preacher’s daughter would be a romance novelist, not sweet and boring Valerie, the school’s assistant. Except she is, and this summer she needs inspiration to write her newest novel. So thank god Griffin Black shows up in her life. […]

REVIEW: Burn Down the Night by M. O’Keefe
15th Aug / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Burn Down the Night by M. O’Keefe

    In Burn Down the Night (Everything I Left Unsaid #3) by M. O’Keefe, Okay, so Joan knows her plan of blowing up the local strip club to get information about her sister from a drug-dealing-cult-leading loser is a long shot, but it’s the only plan she has. And […]

REVIEW: Wanting it All by Christi Barth
10th Aug / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Wanting it All by Christi Barth

    Wanting it All by Christi Barth: After a youth of nerdy-ness and being the odd genius out, Knox has made it his life goal to always be on top and moving on – from women to business. The only constant in his life being the friends he loves as […]

REVIEW: Almost Forever by Kathy Clark
8th Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Almost Forever by Kathy Clark

In Almost Forever (Austin Heroes #2) by Kathy Clark, Justin Archer is one of the best Texas Rangers and never has trouble digging deep to solve a case. But when a skeleton is found and the chief suspect is the dead man’s wife, Justin struggles with his growing feelings for […]