The Billionaire’s Guide to the Marriage Deal by Piper Marlowe: For Easton Taylor his families company is more than just a business, its a legacy that his grandparents worked so hard to make a success but times are changing and so is the way business is conducted, if only his grandmother […]
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Something Like Love by Claudia Y. Burgoa: Chloe Lafferty is on the top of her game professional and personally but all it took was one person to cause her hard earned world to come crumbling down. Now not only is she homeless but all her baking supplies have been taken as […]
The Sign for Home by Blair Fell: Take some deep breaths and batten down before launching into The Sign for Home head first. From an early age, Arlo was placed in the guardianship care of his uncle ‘Brother Birch’, devout Jehovah Witness who deemed it his role to protect Arlo from […]
Wedding Season is the third book in the The Carolina Girls by Michelle Major. I read it as a standalone with no problems and I feel like the author did a great job revealing what was necessary from the past to bring the reader up to date. It was beautifully […]
In Tear Down the Throne (Gargoyle Queen #2) by Jennifer Estep, As the crown princess of Andvari, Gemma Ripley is certainly no stranger to being in harm’s way. With other kingdoms out to take her family’s throne as well as long time enemies, the Morricones of Morta, who seem bent […]
Second-Chance Summer by Jo McNally: Julie Brown is doing a wonderful as a resort manager. She has worked hard to improve things and make everything even better. Quinn Walker is the golf pro at that same resort. He and Julie have had a difficult rivalry for quite some time. They get […]
Even Better Than the Real Thing by Melanie Summers: Finely has put in all those long hard hours to achieve her academic dreams now the final step is getting her Phd, but in order to be accepted into the program Finely needs to get unlimited access to her grouchy boss’s private […]
Show Me Forever by Layla Hagen: When Liz moved to Chicago six months ago she had big plans of finally opening her very own bakery, but as it would turn out things are as expensive in Chicago as they are back in her small home town. Nevertheless not being one to […]
Sniffing Out Danger by Elizabeth Heiter is the second book in the K-9’s on Patrol series, and each book is written by a different author. Having read the first book in the series, Decoy Training, I will say that while the characters overlap, it can be read as a standalone.
Love in the End Zone (A Never Say Never Football Romance) by Carina Rose: Reese Parker has always loved football, but there is one player that she cannot stand: Trent Archer. He has never shown her anything besides someone who is self-obsessed. From standing up a girl in her sorority to […]