Category: Review


REVIEW: Safety in Numbers by Sophie Penhaligon
9th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Safety in Numbers by Sophie Penhaligon

Safety in Numbers by Sophie Penhaligon: Seraphina’s life changed completely when a major car accident left her with a brain injury, which has put a strain on her interpersonal relationships. Faced with constant anxiety and fear of being judged Seraphina all but gave up on truly living, relegating her brilliant mathematician […]

REVIEW: Her Billionaire Boss by Leslie North
9th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Her Billionaire Boss by Leslie North

In Her Billionaire Boss by Leslie North, Scottish billionaire Marcus Campbell is about to embark on a six-week cruise with some of his family, which is really a sneaky way to get his father to a treatment center to deal with lung issues. Right before leaving, Laila Diaz, on her […]

REVIEW: Girls Before Earls by Anna Bennett
8th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Girls Before Earls by Anna Bennett

Girls Before Earls by Anna Bennett is the first book in the Rogues to Lovers series by Anna Bennett. It was a sweet romance that started the series off successfully. The pacing was perfect, the plot was developed, and there were a few twists that kept the reader intrigued. The author […]

REVIEW: A Reason for Hope by Kristin Von Kreisler
8th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Reason for Hope by Kristin Von Kreisler

A Reason for Hope by Kristin Von Kreisler: I’ll start my review by saying this book should have a trigger warning. It deals with date rape, and while the act itself isn’t depicted, the events leading up to it and immediately following it, including the physical exam and dealing with the […]

REVIEW: Must Love Booksby Shauna Robinson
7th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Must Love Booksby Shauna Robinson

Must Love Booksby Shauna Robinson: After five long years Nora is starting to feel like she is chasing her own tail, with what was supposed to be the start of her dream job as an editorial assistant has now turned out in her being a glorified waitress! If having to go on […]

REVIEW: One Little Secret by Maureen Child
7th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: One Little Secret by Maureen Child

One Little Secret (Dynasties: The Carey Center # 4) by Maureen Child is the last installment of the series and it couldn’t be better. Justin Carey is about to achieve the goals he had set in life, professionally speaking. To do this, he has teamed up with Sadie Harris, former owner […]

REVIEW: The Ones We Keep by Bobbie Jean Huff
6th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Ones We Keep by Bobbie Jean Huff

Tackling the broader issue of missing persons and people who disappear, The Ones We Keep by Bobbie Jean Huff  will challenge any reader whilst simultaneously posing some rhetorical questions about the nature of love and forgiveness.

REVIEW: One Snowbound New Year’s Night by Dani Collins
6th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: One Snowbound New Year’s Night by Dani Collins

One Snowbound New Year’s Night by Dani Collins is the absolute definition of what I adore about reunion stories. Rebecca knows it’s time to finalise her divorce but she’s desperate to locate her little golden locket. Worthless dollars wise the locket has invaluable sentimental value. Knowing that his ex-wife is about […]

REVIEW: How to Love Your Neighbor by Sophie Sullivan
5th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: How to Love Your Neighbor by Sophie Sullivan

How to Love Your Neighbor by Sophie Sullivan: Things are starting to look up for Grace Travis, with interior design school almost complete and having saved up enough from all of her odd jobs, it’s finally time for Grace to move into the cute little house that her grandparents had […]

REVIEW: Little Girl Gone by Amanda Stevens
5th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Little Girl Gone by Amanda Stevens

Little Girl Gone by Amanda Stevens is the first book in her Procedural Crime series. This is a gritty, surprising second chance romance. Thea Lamb is a FBI Special Agent who works in Washington DC on child disappearance cold cases.