Category: Tule – MBB


REVIEW: Insider by Rebecca Crowley
27th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Insider by Rebecca Crowley

In Insider (London Phoenix #1) by Rebecca Crowley, Oren Brody will do anything to save the London Phoenix; the newspaper he and his brothers brought. However, he never imagined seducing ER doctor Grace Reilly would lead to him falling in love. But when Grace discovers the truth of why he’s […]

REVIEW: Game On  by Joanne Rock
13th Oct / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Game On by Joanne Rock

Game On by Joanne Rock: Can you ever go home again? To the memories, the family dysfunction and of course the small townness? What do you think? Keely Harper was actually very happy that some people took off and left the small town she was raised in. She might not have […]

REVIEW: Highest Bid by Mel Teshco
21st Sep / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Highest Bid by Mel Teshco

Highest Bid  by Mel Teshco is the first book in her Bachelor Brothers of Sydney series. This is a fun first book in the series. There are scenes that will make you chuckle and there are serious times too. I don’t know why I like the auction trope so much, but […]

REVIEW: Texas on my Mind  by Eve Gaddy
21st Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Texas on my Mind by Eve Gaddy

Texas on my Mind by Eve Gaddy: Friends for life. Those are the kind of people you can’t replace, nor can you possibly attempt to date because if something goes wrong so does your friendship. Charlie Stockton knew this. She also knew she had more baggage than would fit in a […]

REVIEW: Closing the Deal  by Lenora Worth
7th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Closing the Deal by Lenora Worth

Closing the Deal by Lenora Worth: Is business worth selling yourself out? Your hopes and your dreams for a couple of bucks? Sarina Gabriel wasn’t sure what she really wanted. Could you go back home again? Would she be able to give up the only past she really has left? Would […]

REVIEW: A Dog Called Valentine by Roxanne Snopek
31st Aug / 8 Comments

REVIEW: A Dog Called Valentine by Roxanne Snopek

In A Dog Called Valentine by Roxanne Snopek, Lily is a volunteer at an animal shelter. The person who runs the shelter begs her to foster a dog named Valentine, who had been adopted and then returned because of his behavior. Lilly reluctantly agrees, but quickly realizes that Valentine is […]

REVIEW: Light My Fire by Jane Graves
3rd Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Light My Fire by Jane Graves

Light My Fire by Jane Graves is the fourth book in The DeMarco Family series. It can be read as a standalone. I haven’t read any of the previous books and I didn’t feel like I was missing anything in regards to the storyline or the characters. As a disclaimer, this […]

REVIEW: The Russian’s Pleasure Proposition by Joanne Walsh
26th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Russian’s Pleasure Proposition by Joanne Walsh

The Russian’s Pleasure Proposition by Joanne Walsh: The playboy and the shy country girl, could you get more cliché? At least that’s what Hannah Oliver thought when the Russian Rake kissed her. Then when he apologizes, she gets it. It must have been a dare or some weird bet, he could […]

REVIEW: Emma by Kelly Hunter
22nd Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Emma by Kelly Hunter

Emma by Kelly Hunter: Emmaline Greyson never really knew love. She was a child of necessity, nothing else and for that matter she grew up knowing everyone had wanted her to be a he. She couldn’t inherit the Earldom, but her husband could and from there she became important again.

REVIEW: The Perfect Catch by Joanne Rock
28th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Perfect Catch by Joanne Rock

The Perfect Catch by Joanne Rock is a heartwarming and enjoyable baseball themed country romance. Calvin Ramsey is returning home, though not particularly happy about it. He’s been cut by his baseball team and for a family like his, with a father renowned in the baseball world and two brothers still […]