Category: Contemporary Romance


REVIEW: The Cowboy Next Door by R.C. Ryan
26th May / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Cowboy Next Door by R.C. Ryan

In The Cowboy Next Door by R.C. Ryan, Penny Cash accepted a job as a teacher, which is her dream job, but it fell through. Stuck in a new town with no money and no job, she accepts a job at the Monroe Ranch as a cook and housekeeper. Her […]

REVIEW: Low Country Dreams by Lee Tobin McClain
25th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Low Country Dreams by Lee Tobin McClain

Low Country Dreams by Lee Tobin McClain  is the second book in the Safe Haven Series, but it can be read as a standalone. Yasmin Tanner runs Safe Haven’s women’s center and is taking care of her brother, who has mental health issues. When her brother runs to her house […]

REVIEW: Meant to Be by Alison Bliss
25th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Meant to Be by Alison Bliss

Meant to Be: a Perfect Fit short story by Alison Bliss is a very sweet second chance story that will make you believe that everyone deserves a second chance at love. This is the second chance foor Sidney and Brett to get it right this time. Brett Carmichael has a temper. […]

REVIEW: The Two Week Arrangement by Kendall Ryan
24th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Two Week Arrangement by Kendall Ryan

The Two Week Arrangement by Kendall Ryan: Dominic is a young, sexy, charming, and workaholic billionaire. He’s the CEO of his family’s company and he’s focused on taking the hotel chain in a more modern direction when he isn’t at home playing with his adorable twin daughters. The only relationships he […]

REVIEW: A Love Like Yours by Robin Huber
23rd May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Love Like Yours by Robin Huber

A Love Like Yours by Robin Huber: Lucy is an up-and-coming artist about to hopefully set the art world on fire with her first gallery show. She’s seems to have it all between her studio, assistant/best friend, mentor, and wealthy fiancé. Maybe she’s getting cold feet while planning her wedding, but […]

REVIEW: Puppy Love by Lucy Gilmore
20th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Puppy Love by Lucy Gilmore

Puppy Love by Lucy Gilmore is the first book in this author’s Forever Home series. Three sisters have established a service puppy training school. The first book is a good start to the series. The author introduces and gives some background for all three sisters although emphasis is on the […]

REVIEW: Sugar & Spice by Christine d’Abo
19th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Sugar & Spice by Christine d’Abo

Sugar & Spice by Christine d’Abo is book two in the Sugar Series, but can definitely be read as a standalone. I haven’t had the chance to read the first book, but that had no effect on me enjoying Sugar and Spice. I found this book to be well thought out […]

REVIEW: Kiss Me Tonight by Maria Luis
17th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Kiss Me Tonight by Maria Luis

Kiss Me Tonight by Maria Luis: Aspen is returning home to take up the mantle as the new high school football coach. Football runs in her blood and is the family legacy. She was a talented kicker at the high school and collegiate level despite being female. She’s feisty, smart, independent, […]

REVIEW: Sweet Wild Of Mine by Laurel Kerr
17th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Sweet Wild Of Mine by Laurel Kerr

Sweet Wild Of Mine by Laurel Kerr finds author: Magnus Gray leaving London to go to Sagebrush Flats in the United States to write about a polar bear cub being brought to the zoo. Magnus, who is a stutterer, prefers to be alone rather than deal with other people to avoid […]

REVIEW: How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper
15th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

In How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper, Andrew’s job with the city council in London might seem dismal to some. But it means the world to him to be able to give those citizens who pass away with no next of kin a proper send off. It is […]