Category: Review


REVIEW: Forbidden Hawaiian Nights by Cathy Williams
22nd Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Forbidden Hawaiian Nights by Cathy Williams

Forbidden Hawaiian Nights by Cathy Williams: With the beautiful Hawaii as the backdrop to the first book in the Secrets of the Stowe Family series, we’re introduced to Max Stowe, flying in from his corporate glass palace ready to ride over whoever stands in his way to find his missing little […]

REVIEW: A Co-Worker’s Crush by Piper Rayne
21st Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Co-Worker’s Crush by Piper Rayne

In A Co-Worker’s Crush (The Rooftop Crew #6) by Piper Rayne, For well-known tattoo artist Jax, working at his best friend’s shop, Ink Envy, has been a great gig. Not only does he have a cool clientele but he also gets to hang with Dylan and Frankie all the time. […]

REVIEW: The Fiance by Stefanie London
21st Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Fiance by Stefanie London

The Fiance by Stefanie London is the fourth book in her Close Quarters series, featuring a group of female friends who find themselves in unexpected situations with soon to be new partners. Ava Matthews is struggling to make ends meet with temp teaching jobs and some night time catering when she […]

REVIEW: Submission Impossible by Lexi Blake
20th Feb / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Submission Impossible by Lexi Blake

Submission Impossible is the first book in Lexi Blake’s Masters & Mercenaries: Reloaded series. Lexi Blake is moving on to the stories of the younger agents at McKay-Taggart. Noelle LaVigne thinks someone got into her work laptop and she is afraid it might mean her scientific research has been compromised.

REVIEW: Running Away with the Bride by Sophia Singh Sasson
20th Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Running Away with the Bride by Sophia Singh Sasson

Running Away with the Bride by Sophia Singh Sasson is the second story in her Nights at the Mahal series and features an interrupted arranged wedding and a new love interest for the bride-to-be. When Ethan Connors vows to stop his ex’s wedding with hopes of reviving their relationship, he crashes […]

REVIEW: The Things We Leave Unfinished by Rebecca Yarros
19th Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Things We Leave Unfinished by Rebecca Yarros

In The Things We Leave Unfinished by Rebecca Yarros, Newly divorced and moving across the country from NYC to her childhood home in Poplar Grove, Colorado, Georgia Stanton is starting over. But unfortunately she’s doing so without the love and support of her great-grandmother Scarlett, a world-famous romance author who […]

REVIEW: Serena Singh Flips the Script by Sonya Lalli
19th Feb / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Serena Singh Flips the Script by Sonya Lalli

Serena Singh Flips the Script by Sonya Lalli: At the age of 36 Serena is living her best life, she is confident with herself and has a kickass new job in Washington, so she is unable to understand why her mother keeps putting so much of focus on settling down.

REVIEW: The Littlest Cowgirls by Melinda Curtis
19th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Littlest Cowgirls by Melinda Curtis

The Littlest Cowgirls by Melinda Curtis is the seventh book in her Mountain Monroes series. I love this series and I found this story to be very entertaining. Ashley Monroe is an actress whose career began when she was a child. Following her childhood roles Ashley was then offered roles […]

REVIEW: Like You Love Me by Adriana Locke
18th Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Like You Love Me by Adriana Locke

Like You Love Me by Adriana Locke: Honey Creek has always been her home and the Honey House B&B the one thing that Sophie Bates has left to connect her to her grandmother but with the Honey House in dire need of a bit of TLC and a new fancy B&B […]

REVIEW: Take a Chance on Me by Beth Moran
18th Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Take a Chance on Me by Beth Moran

Take a Chance on Me by Beth Moran: This was an author that was new to me, and the blurb sounded interesting but unfortunately, I found it hard to read. The pacing was very sporadic, and the storyline could have been developed better. Also, the storyline could have been more […]