Category: Review


REVIEW: My Royal Surrender by Riley Pine
2nd Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: My Royal Surrender by Riley Pine

My Royal Surrender by Riley Pine is the last story in the author duo’s Arrogant Heirs series and finally tells the story of the mysterious ‘X’ who has been a central figure in the series. You don’t have to have read previous books to enjoy this one as it stands alone […]

REVIEW: #Awestruck by Sariah Wilson
1st Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: #Awestruck by Sariah Wilson

#Awestruck by Sariah Wilson: Ashton is smart, ambitious, and loves sports, especially football. She dreams of becoming the first woman as an on-air announcer during football games, and she’s hoping her current internship takes her one step closer to finally achieving that dream. After being crushed and humiliated and then […]

REVIEW: The Italian’s Inherited Mistress by Lynne Graham
1st Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Italian’s Inherited Mistress by Lynne Graham

In The Italian’s Inherited Mistress by Lynne Graham, It seems each time Isla Stewart and Alissandru Rossetti meet there are sparks. Sometimes it’s sparks of attraction. And sometimes–most of the time, actually–there is a whole fireworks display from them butting heads. Somehow the two people who are polar opposites can’t […]

REVIEW: Rock Rebel by Tara Leigh
31st Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Rock Rebel by Tara Leigh

Rock Rebel by Tara Leigh :Verity is finally ready to take control of her life and stage a much-needed comeback. After learning many lessons the hard way, she’s ready to do things right and go after what she truly wants. Verity is actually really talented and has an amazing voice, […]

REVIEW: Snowbound with the Single Dad by Cara Colter
31st Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Snowbound with the Single Dad by Cara Colter

Snowbound with the Single Dad by Cara Colter: Grandpa McGregor has decided he is hosting an Old-Fashioned Christmas. One thing though – he neglected to tell his granddaughter Noelle McGregor about it. Noelle has been a bit concerned about her grandpa since Grandma McGregor passed away a few months ago. Grandpa […]

REVIEW: The Downside of Love by Meghan Quinn
30th Dec / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Downside of Love by Meghan Quinn

The Downside of Love by Meghan Quinn is the second part of the Blue Line duet and provides readers with a tumultuous love story that is worth everything. One that will take you by surprise and offer you the happily ever after you crave. Happy endings don’t always come as we […]

REVIEW: Maybe This Christmas by Sarah Morgan
30th Dec / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Maybe This Christmas by Sarah Morgan

Maybe This Christmas (O’Neil Brothers #3): Sarah Morgan captured this reader’s heart with the O’Neil family. Maybe This Christmas is the final story in this holiday trilogy. In my opinion the most attractive feature of this series is the author ability to support the main protagonists

REVIEW: His Pregnant Christmas Princess by Leah Ashton
30th Dec / 3 Comments

REVIEW: His Pregnant Christmas Princess by Leah Ashton

His Pregnant Christmas Princess by Leah Ashton: Like a fairy tale come true! Except Ana didn’t see this drastic change in her life quite that way. Finding out on Christmas Eve that your father who happened to be a prince finally acknowledged you as his daughter after his death was a […]

REVIEW: The Nashville Bet by Shana Gray
29th Dec / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Nashville Bet by Shana Gray

The Nashville Bet by Shana Gray finds Ava Trent in Nashville for the CMA Festival with three of her friends. There she picks up tickets from Chase Hudson, an up and coming country music star. The pair hit it off, and they spend most of the festival together. But when […]

REVIEW: Finding My Girl by Melissa Foster
28th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Finding My Girl by Melissa Foster

Finding My Girl by Melissa Foster isn’t a typical novella; instead, it’s a companion booklet to the novel Love Like Ours. It’s basically a love letter to Talia, with drawings throughout that depict things they have gone through and the way Derek views his love of Talia. It also includes […]