Category: Review


REVIEW: Gentleman Sinner by Jodi Ellen Malpas
30th Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Gentleman Sinner by Jodi Ellen Malpas

In Gentleman Sinner by Jodi Ellen Malpas, Nurse Izzy White has tried to leave her horrific past behind to focus on a career and her friendship with her roommate Jess. And with an upcoming holiday planned taking them from dreary London to exciting Vegas, she can’t wait for her last […]

REVIEW: A Soldier’s Return by RaeAnne Thayne
30th Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: A Soldier’s Return by RaeAnne Thayne

A Soldier’s Return by RaeAnne Thayne is the fourth book in The Women of Brambleberry House series. After her divorce, Melissa Fielding has returned to her hometown of Cannon Beach with her daughter, Skye. There she runs into Eli Sanderson, a military doctor on leave to take care of his […]

REVIEW: Moonlight Scandals by Jennifer L. Armentrout
29th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Moonlight Scandals by Jennifer L. Armentrout

In Moonlight Scandals (de Vincent #3) by Jennifer L. Armentrout, Rosie Herpin has always been interested in the local legend surrounding the scandalous de Vincent family. Who wouldn’t be? Especially living in New Orleans where myths and ghosts abound and where she spends time ghost hunting with a close group […]

REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Stolen Bride by Maisey Yates
29th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Stolen Bride by Maisey Yates

The Spaniard’s Stolen Bride by Maisey Yates is the second story in the Brides of Innocence duology and takes place concurrent with The Spaniard’s Untouched Bride. Despite overlapping storylines they are easily read as standalone romances and can be read in any order. Diego Navarro knows he’s the black sheep of […]

REVIEW: Catastrophe Queen by Emma Hart
28th Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Catastrophe Queen by Emma Hart

Catastrophe Queen by Emma Hart: To say that Mallory is a klutz is an understatement. She’ll trip over anything or nothing at all and she attracts disasters like bees to honey, which is how she ended up living back with her parents. She’s smart, sassy, sarcastic, and a pro at dealing […]

REVIEW: The Wrong Highlander by Lynsay Sands
28th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Wrong Highlander by Lynsay Sands

In The Wrong Highlander (Highland Brides #7) by Lynsay Sands, Knowing her only hope to save her father’s life is to convince Rory Buchanan, a renowned healer in Scotland, to come to their aid, Lady Evina Maclean at last finds the Highlander. Or so she thinks. But when a scuffle […]

REVIEW: Surprise Baby for the Heir by Ellie Darkins
28th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Surprise Baby for the Heir by Ellie Darkins

Surprise Baby for the Heir by Ellie Darkins: It all began at her wedding that wasn’t her wedding. She had broken off her engagement to Alex six months before their marriage was to take place. Fortunately her boss had become engaged at the same time she broke off her engagement […]

REVIEW: Playing for Keeps by Jill Shalvis
27th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Playing for Keeps by Jill Shalvis

In Playing for Keeps by Jill Shalvis, businessman Caleb Parker has always rubbed tattoo artist Sadie Lane the wrong way. That was until she discovers him trying to coax an abandoned three-legged dog into trusting him. They decide to co-parent Lollipop together. The more time they spend with each other, […]

REVIEW: Little Secret, Red Hot Scandal  by Cat Schield
27th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Little Secret, Red Hot Scandal by Cat Schield

Little Secret, Red Hot Scandal by Cat Schield: It would seem the harder you try and hide something the bigger the explosion when it finally comes out. Mia Navarro was learning that the hard way. No matter how hard she tried to keep her love under wraps it was just not […]

REVIEW: Two Years Later by Lisa Renee Jones
26th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Two Years Later by Lisa Renee Jones

In Two Years Later (Dirty Rich #7) by Lisa Renee Jones, Blissfully married to her gorgeous attorney husband Reese, Cat Summer is pretty much on top of the world. Her true crime writing career is rock solid. And her relationship with Reese has never been better. While she was expecting […]