Category: Novella


REVIEW: Wed at Leisure by Sabrina Darby
6th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Wed at Leisure by Sabrina Darby

Wed at Leisure by Sabrina Darby is the companion novella to Woo’d in Haste and both shows the other side of the relationship between the two sisters (Catherine and Bianca) and completes the story. This is Catherine’s story, and she turns out to be much more involved and complex than […]

REVIEW: Woo’d in Haste by Sabrina Darcy
4th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Woo’d in Haste by Sabrina Darcy

Woo’d in Haste by Sabrina Darcy: Woo’d in Haste and its companion Wed at Leisure are “Taming of the Shrew” inspired novellas. They are basically two parts of the same book, one from Bianca’s and one from Kate’s point of view. And yes, Bianca and Kate, the same names as […]

REVIEW: The Substitute Bride by Kathleen O’Brien
1st Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Substitute Bride by Kathleen O’Brien

In The Substitute Bride by Kathleen O’Brien, Marly is back in Marietta after 9 years. The place she swore she’d never return to. Marly was living the dream in San Francisco until it all came crashing down and she has no where to go but home. She is back working […]

REVIEW: A Game of Brides by Megan Crane
31st May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Game of Brides by Megan Crane

In A Game of Bride’s by Megan Crane, Emmy is back in Marietta, Montana after 10 years for her sister’s wedding and all the festivities planned around it. Despite the fact that she used to spend every summer there with her Gran and that she loved it there, when her […]

REVIEW: Bet the House by Erika Marks
25th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Bet the House by Erika Marks

In Bet The House by Erika Marks, Willa’s rival Knox has snatched up the historical home that she’s always wanted. Willa and Knox have always been in competition with each other…his family owns Loveless Brothers Construction, and hers family runs Dunn-Right Preservation to keep the historical homes in Magnolia Bay […]

REVIEW: Sweet Home Carolina by Kim Boykin
20th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Sweet Home Carolina by Kim Boykin

In Sweet Home Carolina by Kim Boykin, Darcy has left her profession as a lawyer to follow her dream. She’s bought a historical home in Magnolia Bay and is renovating it into a B & B. With money tight, Darcy feels like she’s running into endless road blocks as she […]

REVIEW: Make You Blush by Macy Beckett
28th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Make You Blush by Macy Beckett

In Make You Blush by Macy Beckett, Joy has been looking for love in all the wrong places. She is tired of the hook ups arranged by her politically driven mother and father that are all about image. She is tired of being someone she’s not. When she seeks a […]

REVIEW: The Sweetest Sound by Lilian Darcy
27th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Sweetest Sound by Lilian Darcy

The Sweetest Sound by Lilian Darcy takes place simultaneously with Lilian’s novella The Sweetest Thing. In The Sweetest Sound we learn all about Charlie, and what is happening in his life at this moment in time. Charlie has a lot going on in his very busy life. He is in […]

REVIEW: Betting the Billionaire by Avery Flynn
27th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Betting the Billionaire by Avery Flynn

Betting the Billionaire by Avery Flynn: Keisha Jacobs, interior designer, furniture store manager and devoted daughter, dreads answering the business phone these days. That is because every time it rings, billionaire Gabe Campos is on line offering to purchase her family’s furniture store. He calls about two to three times […]

REVIEW: Island Peril by Jill Sorenson
24th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Island Peril by Jill Sorenson

Island Peril (Aftershock #3.5) by Jill Sorenson:Island Peril is a fitting title for this vigorous excursion through California’s Channel Island State Park. This is a standalone novella from the Aftershock series; the short length makes it a perfect lunchtime read. Ella Hammond tags along on a kayaking trip with her […]