Category: Review


REVIEW: The Savior by J.R. Ward
4th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Savior by J.R. Ward

In The Savior (Black Dagger Brotherhood #17) by J.R. Ward, Even though it shattered his world, Murhder understood the reason why he was cast out of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. He had become more of a liability to his Brothers than asset after madness took over his mind. Holed up […]

REVIEW: The Doctor’s Marriage for a Month by Annie O’Neil
4th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Doctor’s Marriage for a Month by Annie O’Neil

In The Doctor’s Marriage for a Month by Annie O’Neil , Isla MacLeay’s island vacation turns into a nightmare. Luckily, handsome doctor Diego Rodriguez comes to her rescue, even if his method is rather unconventional. He expects her to marry him and stay on the island for a month all to […]

REVIEW: Under the Northern Lights by S.C. Stephens
3rd Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Under the Northern Lights by S.C. Stephens

Under the Northern Lights by S.C. Stephens: Mallory is passionate and determined enough to follow her dreams in spite of her family’s concerns. She loves her annual trip to Alaska where she spends weeks living in the wilderness while photographing the wild animals she loves. She’s been looking forward to this […]

REVIEW: His for One Night by Sarah M. Anderson
3rd Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: His for One Night by Sarah M. Anderson

His for One Night by Sarah M. Anderson: The funny thing about a one night stand is that most often it’s never truly one night, it stays with your heart and soul for a lot longer. Brooke Bonner knew that, she also knew her one night stand was going to last […]

REVIEW: Fatal Reckoning by Marie Force
2nd Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Fatal Reckoning by Marie Force

In Fatal Reckoning (Fatal #14) by Marie Force, Things are never calm and quiet in the lives of Washington Metro Police lieutenant Sam Holland and her husband, Vice President Nick Cappuano. But the few moments of peace they have found are suddenly shattered when Sam’s father Skip passes away. After […]

REVIEW: Good Girl  by Christy McKellen
2nd Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Good Girl by Christy McKellen

Good Girl by Christy McKellen: The “V-card” How do you go about making that go away, especially at 26 and when you aren’t sure of yourself? Juno Darlington-Hume kept asking herself that question. Then she remembered she was a scientist, so why not ask the most talked about gentleman to help […]

REVIEW: London Calling by Veronica Forand
1st Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: London Calling by Veronica Forand

In London Calling by Veronica Forand, when a mission goes belly-up and costs Liam Macknight his partner, he’s determined to do whatever it takes to find the truth, even it if means kidnapping Emma Ross to discover everything she knows. However, Emma doesn’t make things easy for him. In fact, […]

REVIEW: In Her Sights by Katie Ruggle
1st Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: In Her Sights by Katie Ruggle

In In Her Sights by Katie Ruggle is about Molly Pax, who runs a bounty hunting business with her sisters. Her mother jumps bail and puts their home, which is also where they run their business out of, up for collateral. In order to save the home from another bounty […]

REVIEW: Innocent’s Nine-Month Scandal by Dani Collins
1st Apr / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Innocent’s Nine-Month Scandal by Dani Collins

Innocent’s Nine-Month Scandal by Dani Collins is a sexy ‘unexpected pregnancy’ romance and a companion to the also enjoyable A Virgin to Redeem the Billionaire. Both stories take place concurrently and star two cousins on a quest to find their grandmother’s fabled pair of earrings that helped her establish herself […]

REVIEW: Lessons from a One-Night Stand by Piper Rayne
31st Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Lessons from a One-Night Stand by Piper Rayne

Lessons from a One-Night Stand by Piper Rayne: Austin is biding his time in his hometown. The last of his siblings are about to graduate from high school, so it’s the right time for him to pursue his dream of coaching baseball in college. Austin was a talented player, but he […]