Category: Desire


REVIEW: One Night Consequence by Yvonne Lindsay
25th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: One Night Consequence by Yvonne Lindsay

One Night Consequence (Clashing Birthrights #4) by Yvonne Lindsay is a story with a lot of meaning. Stevie Nickerson is the owner of the boutique hotel Fletcher Richmond arrives at for two weeks away from family and business dramas. Both have known each other for years, as Fletcher was Stevie’s […]

REVIEW: Million-Dollar Mix-Up by Jessica Lemmon
21st Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Million-Dollar Mix-Up by Jessica Lemmon

Million-Dollar Mix-Up is the first book in author Jessica Lemmon’s new series, The Dunn Brothers. I really enjoyed this book. Kendall Squire is a Hollywood talent agent with only one actor to represent. Her former boss gave Kendall the list of the actors he represented when he retired but they […]

REVIEW: The Bad Boy Experiment by Reese Ryan
10th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Bad Boy Experiment by Reese Ryan

The Bad Boy Experiment by Reese Ryan is a book that I really liked. Renee Lockwood, a brilliant scientist, has returned to Magnolia Lake, Tennessee, after many years away. And this time she comes determined to stay. Her goal is to make her grandfather Milo’s farm functional again. A goal that […]

REVIEW: One Little Secret by Maureen Child
7th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: One Little Secret by Maureen Child

One Little Secret (Dynasties: The Carey Center # 4) by Maureen Child is the last installment of the series and it couldn’t be better. Justin Carey is about to achieve the goals he had set in life, professionally speaking. To do this, he has teamed up with Sadie Harris, former owner […]

REVIEW: Married by Contract by Yvonne Lindsay
3rd Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Married by Contract by Yvonne Lindsay

Married by Contract by Yvonne Lindsay brings us back to Royal, Texas. Gabriel and Rosalind meet at a gala at the Texas Cattleman’s Club, and they end up in bed that night. When that one-night stand has consequences, Gabe proposes to Ros that they get married. It’ll be a marriage of […]

REVIEW: What He Wants for Christmas by Brenda Jackson
31st Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: What He Wants for Christmas by Brenda Jackson

What He Wants for Christmas by Brenda Jackson brings us back to the Westmoreland family. Sloan Outlaw has a reunion with the past. Leslie Cassidy, the woman who broke his heart ten years ago, returns to his life in an unexpected way… and this time to stay, as he discovers that […]

REVIEW: The Wrong Mr. Right by Maureen Child
16th Dec / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Wrong Mr. Right by Maureen Child

The Wrong Mr. Right (Dynasties: The Carey Center # 3) by Maureen Child is an interesting story! Bennett, the eldest of Martin Carey’s sons and daughters and the new CEO of the family company, needs his restaurant, which was destroyed by fire, to be restored in four weeks. With an impossible […]

REVIEW: Just a Little Married by Reese Ryan
19th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Just a Little Married by Reese Ryan

Just a Little Married by Reese Ryan: Riley George’s family has been very successful and Riley is currently in charge to setting up a charity gala for their foundation, which she now heads. She decides to have it in Moonlight Ridge near Asheville, NC. She has many happy memories from there. […]

REVIEW: Inconvenient Attraction by Zuri Day
18th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Inconvenient Attraction by Zuri Day

Inconvenient Attraction (The Eddington Heirs # 1) by Zuri Day takes us to the überexclusive suburb Point du Sable, just outside Chicago. Cayden Barker is the Eddingtons’ unofficial adopted son, works in the family business and has grown into a successful man with his AI technology. He’s at a point where […]

REVIEW: Just for the Holidays by Adriana Herrera
28th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Just for the Holidays by Adriana Herrera

Just for the Holidays by Adriana Herrera, book 2 in the Sambrano Studios series, mixes a second chance romance with Caribbean traditions in a refreshing and organic way. Perla wants to have a high-class cast for Sambrano Studios’ new film. Which means that the one who must play the main […]