Category: Contemporary Romance


REVIEW: It Started with a Cowboy by Jennie Marts
30th Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: It Started with a Cowboy by Jennie Marts

In It Started with a Cowboy (Cowboys of Creedence #3) by Jennie Marts (April), Chloe Bishop and Colt James couldn’t be more different. Still, Colt loves spending time with her, even if they can only be friends. However, when Chloe’s safety is threatened, Colt is determined to do everything he […]

REVIEW: That Second Chance by Meghan Quinn
29th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: That Second Chance by Meghan Quinn

That Second Chance by Meghan Quinn: Ren is looking forward to a fresh start in the idyllic coastal town of Port Snow, Maine. She loves living by the water and the small town will be a much needed change of pace from LA. Moving to the other side of the country […]

REVIEW: Stone Bridges by Carla Neggers
28th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Stone Bridges by Carla Neggers

Stone Bridges by Carla Neggers finds Adrienne Portale settling in Knights Bridge, taking a job as an innkeeper in order to get to know her recently discovered father, Vic. Adam Sloan is the quietest of the Sloan brothers, staying at Vic’s guesthouse. Adam doesn’t want to get attached–Adrienne has a history […]

REVIEW: Hollywood Princess by Natasha Madison
28th Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Hollywood Princess by Natasha Madison

Hollywood Princess by Natasha Madison: Kellie is a sweet and sassy Southern girl who just so happened to make it big with her amazing voice. She’s still somewhat down-to-earth while she’s grown accustomed to dealing with the fame, money, crazy fans, and paparazzi that surround her. She’s grateful for her success […]

REVIEW: Ask Me To Stay by Terri Osburn
27th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Ask Me To Stay by Terri Osburn

Ask Me To Stay by Terri Osburn finds author Liza Teller struggling with writer’s block after having a best seller. She’s agreed to travel to the remote Haven Island to be a ghost writer for the ninety-year-old Ray Wallis, who insisted she’d be the only person who could tell his […]

REVIEW: The Mister by E.L. James
26th Apr / 7 Comments

REVIEW: The Mister by E.L. James

In The Mister by E.L. James, Maxim Trevelyan admits he was born into a privileged world in London and has used it to his advantage, partying and concentrating on music and photography instead of being required to hold down a steady job. Such is the life of a “spare” heir. […]

REVIEW: Nothing but Trouble by Amy Andrews
26th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Nothing but Trouble by Amy Andrews

Nothing but Trouble (Creedence, Colorado #1) by Amy Andrews , Wade Carter would be lost without his personal assistant, Cecelia ‘CC’ Morgan. However, when she gives him notice that she’s ready to move on, he convinces her to give him three more months where they’ll be spending that time in his […]

REVIEW: Colorado Cowboy  by Sara Richardson
25th Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Colorado Cowboy by Sara Richardson

Colorado Cowboy by Sara Richardson is the 5th book in the Rocky Mountain Riders series. Reading this series is like coming home to the characters that we have known and loved throughout this amazing ride. In this book we finally and I mean finally get to a HEA for the rough […]

REVIEW: Under the Table by Stephanie Evanovich
24th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Under the Table by Stephanie Evanovich

In Under the Table by Stephanie Evanovich, When Zoey Sullivan made the decision to separate from her husband Derek and move, possibly permanently, from Ohio to New York City, she never thought she’d trade her domestic drama for watching her older sister Ruth’s personal soap opera unfold as they became […]

REVIEW: Junk Mail by Kendall Ryan
22nd Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Junk Mail by Kendall Ryan

Junk Mail by Kendall Ryan: Josh has been working so very hard and just wanted to let off some steam. He’s really committed and focused to ensuring the success of the company he runs with his best friend, so he’s not at all looking for a relationship. He’s smart, sexy, […]