Category: Review


REVIEW: The Boyfriend Collector Two  by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
22nd Aug / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Boyfriend Collector Two by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

In The Boyfriend Collector Two by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, When Rose Hale stumbled into Dr. Bex Hughes’ life, he had no idea that he would soon fall in love with her. Their relationship, professionally and personally, has been complicated from the start, given that she was embroiled in a family […]

REVIEW: Falling for the Pregnant Heiress by Susan Meier
22nd Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Falling for the Pregnant Heiress by Susan Meier

Falling for the Pregnant Heiress by Susan Meier Timing is everything, right? Finding out you are pregnant the morning of your brother’s wedding and you really have nothing to do with the father anymore? Timing couldn’t be better. Sabrina McCallan was always trying to project the imagine of the perfect […]

REVIEW: Happy-Go-Lucky by L.H. Cosway
21st Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Happy-Go-Lucky by L.H. Cosway

  In Happy-Go-Lucky by L.H. Cosway, Maisie Wilkins enjoys her job as a researcher at James & Peterson Investigations and even likes the majority of her coworkers. Her friendly vibe is usually well received but being perpetually happy can have its downfalls. Take her supervisor Cameron Grant, for example. He […]

REVIEW: An Heir for the World’s Richest Man by Maya Blake
21st Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: An Heir for the World’s Richest Man by Maya Blake

An Heir for the World’s Richest Man by Maya Blake is a sensual, passionate workplace romance. Saffron Everhart has worked for Brazilian multi billionaire Joao Oliviera long enough to know that he doesn’t mix business with pleasure. Oh, except for that one time, when, celebrating a sought after business deal in […]

REVIEW: The Empty Nesters  by Carolyn Brown
20th Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Empty Nesters by Carolyn Brown

The Empty Nesters by Carolyn Brown is a heartwarming trip through a story that delights and gives the reader a comforting feeling of love and camaraderie. The story is full of emotion, good times as well as bad times and the joy of friendhip and family.

REVIEW: Redeemed by Her Innocence by Bella Frances
20th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Redeemed by Her Innocence by Bella Frances

Redeemed by Her Innocence by Bella Frances: Jacquelyn is struggling to run the family bridal boutique. She’s put a lot of pressure on herself to make it a success to help her parents and in light of her ex-fiance unceremoniously leaving her. She’s determined, true to herself, and has a backbone […]

REVIEW: The Candle Palace by Devney Perry
19th Aug / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Candle Palace by Devney Perry

  In The Candle Palace (Jamison Valley #6) by Devney Perry , As a nurse in the burn unit in Spokane, Sara Foster has become accustomed to the ebb and flow of patients arriving, healing and then leaving. But there are some people she meets that it’s difficult to let […]

REVIEW: All Roads Lead to You by Jennifer Probst
19th Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: All Roads Lead to You by Jennifer Probst

In All Roads Lead to You by Jennifer Probst, Harper Bishop has two goals. One is to rescue all the animals she can, and the second is to have her horse, Phoenix win the Triple Crown. In order to do that, however, she needs a professional trainer. After being betrayed […]

REVIEW: Sheikh’s Royal Baby Revelation by Annie West
19th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Sheikh’s Royal Baby Revelation by Annie West

Sheikh’s Royal Baby Revelation by Annie West: Ashraf was supposed to be the spare but he ends up ascending as the new Sheikh. He’s determined to make a lot of changes and implement new programs to benefit his people. He’s used to criticism and being the black sheep of the family. […]