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REVIEW: Their Christmas Baby Contract by Shannon Stacey
22nd Nov / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Their Christmas Baby Contract by Shannon Stacey

Their Christmas Baby Contract by Shannon Stacey is the second book in Ms. Stacey’s Blackberry Bay series. Reyna Bishop is so embarrassed. She may never live this down. How could he? How could her boyfriend of only a few months propose to her in front of a large crowd at […]

REVIEW: Secrets of Forever by Marie Ferrarella
28th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Secrets of Forever by Marie Ferrarella

Secrets of Forever by Marie Ferrarella: This was a short book but was filled with neighborly love, small-town gossip, new beginnings, and a happy ever after. It was fast-paced and grabbed my attention from the beginning. The book’s storyline was unique, realistic, and interesting. It was hard not to fall in […]

REVIEW: Home for the Baby’s Sake by Christine Rimmer
6th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Home for the Baby’s Sake by Christine Rimmer

Home for the Baby’s Sake by Christine Rimmer is part of The Bravos of Valentine Bay series. Hailey Bravo loves her job as the theater director of the Valentine Bay Theater. Hailey and her sister Harper who own H & H Productions have a contract with the Valentine Bay Arts […]

REVIEW: The Last Man She Expected by Michelle Major
8th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Last Man She Expected by Michelle Major

The Last Man She Expected by Michelle Major: Mara Reed moved to the small town of Starlight a year ago after a horrible divorce left her with only her lovely five year old daughter, Evie, and not much else. She moved in with her aunt and started working at the coffee […]

REVIEW: A Winning Season by Rochelle Alers
27th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Winning Season by Rochelle Alers

A Winning Season by Rochelle Alers finds Zoey Allen at her wits end. After the death of her parents ten years earlier, she took custody of her half-brothers, who were much younger than her. Now one is away in the military, but sixteen-year-old Harper is acting out, disobeying Zoey’s rules and […]

REVIEW: The Marine’s Road Home by Brenda Harlen
19th Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Marine’s Road Home by Brenda Harlen

The Marine’s Road Home by Brenda Harlen is the eighth book in this author’s Match Made in Haven series. Skylar Gilmore is a big-hearted “Giver.” She is always there when she is needed. In addition to her job as a counselor for at-risk youth and her volunteer job at the local […]

REVIEW: More than Neighbors by Shannon Stacey
2nd Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: More than Neighbors by Shannon Stacey

More than Neighbors by Shannon Stacey  is the first book in the delightful new Blackberry Bay series. It was beautifully written and a wonderful book to read if you love series with small towns. The storyline was realistic, and the characters were believable. It was so easy to connect with […]

REVIEW: Their Nine-Month Surprise by Laurel Greer
2nd Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Their Nine-Month Surprise by Laurel Greer

Their Nine-Month Surprise by Laurel Greer is the fourth book in the small-town romance series, Sutter Creek. It was fast-paced and easy to read. It caught my attention on the first page and won me over. All the side characters added to the book and showed the true spirit of […]

REVIEW: Date of a Lifetime  by Lynne Marshall
7th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Date of a Lifetime by Lynne Marshall

Date of a Lifetime by Lynne Marshall is the second book in The Taylor Triplets series but was great as a stand-alone. The book was a fast read, well written, flowed smoothly, and easy to read. Even though the book was of medium length the characters were fully developed and […]

REVIEW: Fortune’s Fresh Start by Michelle Major
27th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Fortune’s Fresh Start by Michelle Major

Fortune’s Fresh Start (The Fortunes of Texas: Rambling Rose): Michelle Major begins a new Fortune family saga with a sweet, heartwarming story of a perfect couple. Becky Avrill and her husband Rick decided Rambling Rose, Texas was the perfect place to set down roots and raise a family. They were both […]