Category: Review


REVIEW: A Duke, the Lady, and a Baby by Vanessa Riley
18th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Duke, the Lady, and a Baby by Vanessa Riley

A Duke, the Lady, and a Baby by Vanessa Riley is the first book in the new series Rogues and Remarkable Women. The series is based on a group of widows called the Widow’s Grace that was started by Lady Shrewsbury. The group of widows helped each other to regain their […]

REVIEW: Beach Read by Emily Henry
17th Jul / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Beach Read by Emily Henry

Beach Read by Emily Henry: This book was everything; angst, anger, resentment, hurt, tears, forgiveness, growth and new love. Going into this read I was expecting a cute little romance, but Beach Read was so far from that. In fact I think it was actually better, the not knowing if […]

REVIEW: Hush, Puppy by Roxanne St. Claire
17th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Hush, Puppy by Roxanne St. Claire

In Hush, Puppy (The Dogmothers #4) by Roxanne St. Claire, Restaurant owner John Santorini is hoping the time is finally right to take the next step and franchise his family’s business. Although there’s a lot standing in his way. The least of which is his grandmother and her sidekick who […]

REVIEW: Hidden Ambition by Jules Bennett
17th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Hidden Ambition by Jules Bennett

Hidden Ambition by Jules Bennett is a sexy revenge themed romance and book four of the multi-authored Dynasties: Seven Sins series. Chase Hargrove has never forgiven the Black Crescent investment firm and its founder, Vernon Lowell for what happened to his family when Vernon defrauded his investors and left town; his […]

REVIEW: After All by Kristen Proby
16th Jul / 4 Comments

REVIEW: After All by Kristen Proby

In After All (Romancing Manhattan #3) by Kristen Proby, Attorney Carter Shaw is a widower, a single dad to his twelve-year-old daughter Gabby, co-owner of a law firm, and evidently is head over heels for his assistant, Nora Hayes. The five years since his wife passed away after battling cancer […]

REVIEW: Rumors Behind the Greek’s Wedding by Pippa Roscoe
16th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Rumors Behind the Greek’s Wedding by Pippa Roscoe

Rumors Behind the Greek’s Wedding by Pippa Roscoe: After not getting of onto the best of starts Loukis Liordis all but demands that Célia fix his mangled public image. Already rather reluctant to get involved with anything to do with the infuriatingly good looking Greek jerk that is Loukis Liordis, Célia […]

REVIEW: Sailing At Sunset by Cindi Madsen
15th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Sailing At Sunset by Cindi Madsen

Sailing At Sunset by Cindi Madsen: Danae Danvers has been working very hard for Barton Boats, so she is thrilled when she is promoted to Chief Marketing Officer. She finds out via her boss that the position is interim. First she must prove herself by taking her team on a […]

REVIEW: Secrets of a Playboy by Janice Maynard
15th Jul / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Secrets of a Playboy by Janice Maynard

Secrets of a Playboy by Janice Maynard is the third and final book in her Men of Stone River series. What fun to shock her old high school nemesis and okay, crush Zachary Stone. Glenderry School for Gifted Children and Bug (Frannie) and Stone Man (Zachary) was a long time […]

REVIEW: The Hero of Hope Springs by Maisey Yates
14th Jul / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Hero of Hope Springs by Maisey Yates

In The Hero of Hope Springs by Maisey Yates, Ryder Daniels has run Hope Springs ranch since his parents died when he was eighteen. He raised his younger siblings, cousins, and a family friend after their parents all died. During this time, Sammy Marshall showed up on his ranch, running […]

REVIEW: Join the Club by Lani Lynn Vale
14th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Join the Club by Lani Lynn Vale

In Join the Club (SWAT Generation 2.0 #7) by Lani Lynn Vale, Police officer and SWAT team member Bourne Pena has spent the last five or six years basically putting his life on hold so his twin brother Booth could go after his dreams. But Bourne wouldn’t change a thing. […]