Category: Review


REVIEW: Finding Mr. Right in Florence by Kate Hardy
18th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Finding Mr. Right in Florence by Kate Hardy

Finding Mr. Right in Florence by Kate Hardy: Sometimes two people who have been wronged just can’t figure out being right. Mariana Thackeray knew she was damaged. There wasn’t any way around it, it’s not that she was less or that something was wrong with her but she knew she was […]

REVIEW: Kiss Me Tonight by Maria Luis
17th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Kiss Me Tonight by Maria Luis

Kiss Me Tonight by Maria Luis: Aspen is returning home to take up the mantle as the new high school football coach. Football runs in her blood and is the family legacy. She was a talented kicker at the high school and collegiate level despite being female. She’s feisty, smart, independent, […]

REVIEW: Sweet Wild Of Mine by Laurel Kerr
17th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Sweet Wild Of Mine by Laurel Kerr

Sweet Wild Of Mine by Laurel Kerr finds author: Magnus Gray leaving London to go to Sagebrush Flats in the United States to write about a polar bear cub being brought to the zoo. Magnus, who is a stutterer, prefers to be alone rather than deal with other people to avoid […]

REVIEW: Untamed Billionaire’s Innocent Bride by Caitlin Crews
17th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Untamed Billionaire’s Innocent Bride by Caitlin Crews

Untamed Billionaire’s Innocent Bride by Caitlin Crews is a sensual romance with a fairy tale theme for  people who learn how to let love in. Personal assistant Lauren Clarke is used to doing her boss Matteo Combe’s bidding though traipsing through the dark forests of Hungary in search of his long […]

REVIEW: Greek’s Baby of Redemption by Kate Hewitt
16th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Greek’s Baby of Redemption by Kate Hewitt

Greek’s Baby of Redemption by Kate Hewitt Milly loves the peace and serenity she’s found while working as Alex’s housekeeper over the last six months. She loves the island and she doesn’t even mind his gruff demeanor since he’s at least honest. She’s smart, loyal, honest, hard-working, and great with […]

REVIEW: How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper
15th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

In How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper, Andrew’s job with the city council in London might seem dismal to some. But it means the world to him to be able to give those citizens who pass away with no next of kin a proper send off. It is […]

REVIEW: A Contract Seduction by Janice Maynard
15th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Contract Seduction by Janice Maynard

A Contract Seduction by Janice Maynard: What would you do to help the man you’ve secretly been in love with who just happens to be your boss? Lisette Stanhope had never thought that she would have to answer that question. She just figured she was going to take herself out of […]

REVIEW: The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren
13th May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

In The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren *5/14/19* Priority!!, As Olive Torres dutifully ticked lines off her twin sister Ami’s mile long to-do list, she had no clue her unluckiness would rub off on the perpetually lucky bridezilla, er–bride-to-be. Everything about the wedding (which was mostly free thanks to Ami’s winning […]

REVIEW: Then Came You by Kate Meader
13th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Then Came You by Kate Meader

In Then Came You (Laws of Attraction #3) by Kate Meader, Aubrey Gates and Grant Lincoln were married until a tragedy tore their marriage apart. However, when she needs a ride home for the holidays, Grant offers to drive her, even though spending time in a car with each other […]