Category: Contemporary Romance


REVIEW: The Wish by Nicholas Sparks
19th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Wish by Nicholas Sparks

In The Wish by Nicholas Sparks, World-traveling photographer Maggie Dawes has had a pretty remarkable career in most people’s eyes–and all before turning forty. She’s been featured in many important publications and currently co-owns a gallery in Manhattan. But it’s not always been all accolades and celebrations. If Maggie is […]

REVIEW: How to Marry Keanu Reeves in 90 Days by K.M. Jackson
18th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: How to Marry Keanu Reeves in 90 Days by K.M. Jackson

How to Marry Keanu Reeves in 90 Days by K.M. Jackson: Lu and True start off being friends, but it is immediately obvious that there are some hidden feelings there. There’s only one problem. Lu finds out that Keanu Reeves is getting married in just 90 days, and she decides that […]

REVIEW: The Lost Fisherman By Jewel E. Ann
18th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Lost Fisherman By Jewel E. Ann

The Lost Fisherman By Jewel E. Ann: It has been five years since they last saw each other and a lot has changed since then but when fate sends Reese back home to the place that broke her heart she cant help but feel a rush of emotions. The difference this […]

REVIEW: The Naked Fisherman By Jewel E. Ann
14th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Naked Fisherman By Jewel E. Ann

The Naked Fisherman By Jewel E. Ann: Reese is headed to Colorado for the summer to reconnect with her mother after being separated for the past five years after her mother got arrested. Fully intending to spend this time trying to reconnect and build their relationship Reese definitely did not expect […]

REVIEW: Just One Chance by Carly Phillips
13th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Just One Chance by Carly Phillips

In Just One Chance by Carly Phillips, Author Xander Kingston is getting ready for the upcoming filming to begin on his latest thriller novel being turned into a big screen film. All was going well for the former Marine until he learns the new actress hired for a pivotal role […]

REVIEW: A Holly Jolly Diwali by Sonya Lalli
12th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Holly Jolly Diwali by Sonya Lalli

A Holly Jolly Diwali by Sonya Lalli: Niki has always been the responsible practical one but after being laid off from her job she finally realizes that playing it safe all this time has really lead her no where! Which is why she decides to be completely impulsive and book a […]

REVIEW: The Party Crasher by Sophie Kinsella
11th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Party Crasher by Sophie Kinsella

In The Party Crasher by Sophie Kinsella, Effie Talbot is well aware that families change and grow over the years, of course they do. Now in her mid-twenties, and since her parents’ divorce a couple of years ago, she sees things differently than she did as a child. But it […]

REVIEW: He Said Never by Ruth Cardello
10th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: He Said Never by Ruth Cardello

He Said Never by Ruth Cardello: Introducing Riley (the long-lost sister of Dominic Corisi) and Gavin (a man hellbent on never falling in love). After being stood up for the third time, Riley goes to leave the coffee shop but blocks the line for the “insta-lust” worthy Gavin. Immediately rambling on […]

REVIEW: Life Unscheduled by Kirsten Rockaway
9th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Life Unscheduled by Kirsten Rockaway

Life Unscheduled by Kirsten Rockaway: For Nicole, working for her company Virtuality and her role as Junior AI designer, are literally her entire world. Accordingly, anyone in the tech industry would kill to work there, and with state of the art exercise desks, sleep pods and a dining hall to ensure […]

REVIEW: Love, Chai, and Other Four-Letter Words By Annika Sharma
7th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Love, Chai, and Other Four-Letter Words By Annika Sharma

Love, Chai, and Other Four-Letter Words By Annika Sharma: The last thing Kiran wanted to do was disappoint her parents after what happened with her sister but the heart wants what the heart wants and that could not be more true when it comes to her feelings for Nash. After moving […]