Category: Review


REVIEW: ER Doc’s Miracle Triplets by Tina Beckett
29th May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: ER Doc’s Miracle Triplets by Tina Beckett

ER Doc’s Miracle Triplets by Tina Beckett is the first book in the Buenos Aires Docs series. This book is about ER doctors Isabella and Sebastian, who are married and are co-heads of the emergency room. After many attempts at IVF, they were finally expecting. But when she thinks she’s […]

REVIEW: Blood on the Tide by Katee Robert
28th May / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Blood on the Tide by Katee Robert

In Blood on the Tide by Katee Robert, Maeve, a selkie from the island of Viedna, knew that helping the rebellion against Threshold’s governing group, the Cŵn Annwn, could put her in harm’s way but she never thought she’d be captured and held captive. Or that her rescuer would be […]

REVIEW: How to Plot a Payback by Melissa Ferguson
27th May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: How to Plot a Payback by Melissa Ferguson

How to Plot a Payback by Melissa Ferguson: Finn Master is well on this way to making it big as the new screenwriter for the hit show Neighbours, the only catch being he will have to work with Lavender Rhodes, his old nemesis. While Lavender might be universally adored by […]

REVIEW: Fragile Sanctuary by Catherine Cowles
24th May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Fragile Sanctuary by Catherine Cowles

  In Fragile Sanctuary by Catherine Cowles, Rhodes knows the horrible things she’s been through have shaped her into who she is today as much as the love and support from her found family, the Colsons, has. She tries to face each new day with joy and to always celebrate […]

REVIEW: The Dixon Rule by Elle Kennedy
23rd May / 7 Comments

REVIEW: The Dixon Rule by Elle Kennedy

The Dixon Rule by Elle Kennedy: Diana is living her best life, with her dance competition just around the corner and juggling two jobs, she is pretty busy. Which is why coming home at the end of the day is always the best part for her, well that is until […]

REVIEW: Love, Lies, and Cherry Pie by Jackie Lau
22nd May / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Love, Lies, and Cherry Pie by Jackie Lau

Love, Lies, and Cherry Pie by Jackie Lau: Being the last single daughter in an Asian household is not easy, just ask Emily Hung. It would seem that her well meaning but rather overzealous mother is dead set on setting Emily up with who she believes to be the perfect […]

REVIEW: Lies and Weddings by Kevin Kwan
21st May / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Lies and Weddings by Kevin Kwan

  In Lies and Weddings by Kevin Kwan, Rufus Leung Gresham has always known that even though he prefers to travel the world and work on his art, he’s in line to be the next Earl of Greshambury back in England. It’s not something he feels compelled to do–rather it […]

REVIEW: Romancing the Grump by Jenny Proctor
20th May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Romancing the Grump by Jenny Proctor

Romancing the Grump by Jenny Proctor: When Summer Callahan took on the new job as the legal representative for the Appies hockey team, she was expecting to get a new fresh start in life, she did not quite expect to find herself in a whirlwind fake romance with the grumpiest […]

REVIEW: A Wedding In Lake Como by Jennifer Probst
17th May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: A Wedding In Lake Como by Jennifer Probst

A Wedding In Lake Como by Jennifer Probst: Maddie has felt alone forever. Her parents told her she was a “mistake” and had ruined their lives. While other little girls had parents that attended special events, hers never did. They told her once she graduated high school, she was on […]

REVIEW: One Wrong Move by Olivia Hayle
16th May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: One Wrong Move by Olivia Hayle

One Wrong Move by Olivia Hayle: For years Harper has been so completely off limits that Nate made it a point to move across the world in an attempt to get her off his mind. However it would seem that fate is giving him a second chance to win over […]