Category: Review


REVIEW: Hide and Seek by Mary Burton
3rd May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Hide and Seek by Mary Burton

Hide and Seek (Criminal Profiler #1) by Mary Burton is an intense, well-thought-out romantic suspense story. The author kept me on the edge of my seat as I read this thrilling suspense story. During demolition of a barn outside Deep Run, Virginia a red backpack and human bones have been […]

REVIEW: The Cowboy and His Baby by Jessica Clare
3rd May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Cowboy and His Baby by Jessica Clare

The Cowboy and His Baby by Jessica Clare: Dustin is a sexy cowboy with a restless soul. He loves getting to know new people and exploring, which is partly how he ended up as a cowboy on a ranch in Wyoming. He enjoys the work, especially with the animals and being […]

REVIEW: Make Me Yours by Katee Robert
3rd May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Make Me Yours by Katee Robert

Make Me Yours by Katee Robert is the latest steamy romance in her Make Me series, this time tackling the consequences of an unexpected pregnancy. When Becka meets Aaron at her sister Lucy’s wedding to Gideon (see Make Me Want for their story), she’s definitely up for a sizzling one night […]

REVIEW: Mad About Moon by Melissa Foster
2nd May / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Mad About Moon by Melissa Foster

In Mad About Moon by Melissa Foster, Josie Beckley has been living in a shelter with her young son after becoming homeless after her husband’s death. Her estranged siblings, Sarah and Scott, who readers were introduced to in Wicked Whiskey Love, have been trying to reconnect with her. When she […]

REVIEW: Finding her Forever Family by Traci Douglass
2nd May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Finding her Forever Family by Traci Douglass

In Finding her Forever Family by Traci Douglass, Wendy Smith never wants a relationship not after losing her mother to a hereditary illness she could very well have. However, she finds it hard to deny her attraction to Dr. Tom Faber, especially when she’s helping his daughter deal with some […]

REVIEW: Spitfire in Love by Isabelle Ronin
1st May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Spitfire in Love by Isabelle Ronin

Spitfire in Love by Isabelle Ronin: Kara will protect her family at all costs, including working multiple jobs while trying to finish her college degree. She’s absolutely fierce, independent, and runs on coffee. She’s determined, loyal, private, and quite selective about who she lets into her life.

REVIEW: A Cinderella to Secure his Heir by Michelle Smart
1st May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Cinderella to Secure his Heir by Michelle Smart

A Cinderella to Secure his Heir by Michelle Smart is a passionate romance for a wealthy Italian determined to claim his nephew back into the family fold, even if it means marriage to the child’s guardian. Alessio Palvetti isn’t above a little subterfuge to get his nephew Dom into Palvetti hands. […]

REVIEW: The Summer Retreat by Sheila Roberts
30th Apr / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Summer Retreat by Sheila Roberts

In The Summer Retreat (Moonlight Harbor #3) by Sheila Roberts, Schoolteacher Celeste Jones is certainly no stranger to heartbreak but she thought she was on the right track with her boyfriend Emerson. The sexy cop is perfect husband material. Until she discovers he’s been cheating on her. Vowing to be […]

REVIEW: It Started with a Cowboy by Jennie Marts
30th Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: It Started with a Cowboy by Jennie Marts

In It Started with a Cowboy (Cowboys of Creedence #3) by Jennie Marts (April), Chloe Bishop and Colt James couldn’t be more different. Still, Colt loves spending time with her, even if they can only be friends. However, when Chloe’s safety is threatened, Colt is determined to do everything he […]

REVIEW: Forbidden to Taste by J.C. Harroway
30th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Forbidden to Taste by J.C. Harroway

Forbidden to Taste by J.C. Harroway is a steamy and emotional ‘forbidden’ romance story. Drake Faulkner regretted the day he let a coin toss decide who would get to date the pretty girl at the bar. But his best friend Sam won, and ended up married to Kenzie Porter. The […]