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REVIEW: The Night That Changed Everything by Helen Lacey
22nd Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Night That Changed Everything by Helen Lacey

The Night That Changed Everything by Helen Lacey: Winona aka Winnie has been best friends with Grant since they were very young. They were there for each other through tumultuous childhoods and each gave the other a shoulder to cry on.Winnie has always wanted to get married and have a family. […]

REVIEW: A Brambleberry Summer by RaeAnne Thayne
24th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Brambleberry Summer by RaeAnne Thayne

In A Brambleberry Summer by RaeAnne Thayne, Detective Wyatt Townsend and his young son find themselves in need of a place to stay while their home is being rebuilt after a fire. Rosa Galvez has a unit available at the Brambleberry house, but she’s reluctant to let him stay. Rosa […]

REVIEW: Before Summer Ends by Susan Mallery
19th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Before Summer Ends by Susan Mallery

I have been a huge fan of author Susan Mallery for a long time. She has the knack to mix romance, friendship and family into deeply satisfying stories. I was excited to have the opportunity to read and review Before Summer Ends. This novel hit all the right notes for […]

REVIEW: In the Key of Family by Makenna Lee
13th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: In the Key of Family by Makenna Lee

In the Key of Family by Makenna Lee, Alexandra Roth goes to Oak Hollow, where her father’s family lived. Both her and her mother believe her father died before she was born, but she wants to meet his side of the family and learn about where she came from. She […]

REVIEW: The Marine’s Baby Blues by Victoria Pade
12th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Marine’s Baby Blues by Victoria Pade

The Marine’s Baby Blues by Victoria Pade: Addie’s life has been very tough in the past year. She had to care for her ailing parents, on her own, since her sister Della couldn’t deal with the situation. After her parents die, Addie is once again stunned when her sister dies and […]

REVIEW: The Trouble with Picket Fences by Teri Wilson
26th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Trouble with Picket Fences by Teri Wilson

The Trouble with Picket Fences by Teri Wilson is the third book in the Lovestruck, Vermont series. It’s the first one I have read in the series, but I am eager to read the previous two books after meeting the characters. This was a sweet romance with all the small-town charm […]

REVIEW: Their Second-Chance Baby by Tara Taylor Quinn
19th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Their Second-Chance Baby by Tara Taylor Quinn

In Their Second-Chance Baby by Tara Taylor Quinn, police Lieutenant Annie Morgan wants a baby, but is at a high risk of having a baby with birth defects due to her age. She decides to use embryos created with her ex-husband, JAG attorney Seth Morgan, but asks him for permission […]

REVIEW: His Secret Starlight Baby by Michelle Major
4th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: His Secret Starlight Baby by Michelle Major

His Secret Starlight Baby by Michelle Major is the fourth book in her Welcome to Starlight series. This book is a great addition to this series. After the death of her grandmother Cory Hall had nowhere to live, no money and nowhere to go. It’s just her and her beloved six-month-old […]

REVIEW: Her Mountainside Haven by Jo McNally
24th Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Her Mountainside Haven by Jo McNally

In Her Mountainside Haven by Jo McNally, author Jillian Coleman has found herself the perfect place to hide away in the mountains, with no neighbors. Due to a trauma in her past, Jillie suffers from agoraphobia, the fear of crowded places and of leaving one’s home. She rarely ventures out, […]

REVIEW: Snowbound with the Sheriff by Laurel Greer
28th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Snowbound with the Sheriff by Laurel Greer

Snowbound with the Sheriff by Laurel Greer is the sixth book in her Sutter Creek, Montana series. This is a second chance romance story. Stella Reid is headed to her hometown of Sutter Creek, Montana. She has been forced to leave New York since she became the whistleblower who turned in […]