Category: Review


REVIEW: In Self Defense by Debra Webb
11th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: In Self Defense by Debra Webb

In In Self Defense (Winchester, Tennessee #1) by Debra Webb , newspaper publisher Audrey Anderson isn’t above using their shared past to get what she wants and what she wants is information on the two grisly murders that have occurred from sheriff Colt Tanner. However, the more she investigates, the more […]

REVIEW: Lost and Found by Lexi Blake
10th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Lost and Found by Lexi Blake

Lost and Found by Lexi Blake is the second book in The Forgotten series, a spin-off of her Masters and Mercenaries series. The series focuses on the Lost Boys, a group of men who have lost their memories at the hands of Dr. Hope McDonald. They are now determined to […]

REVIEW: Dangerous Beauty by J.T. Geissinger
10th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Dangerous Beauty by J.T. Geissinger

Dangerous Beauty by J.T. Geissinger: Evalina is a Russian beauty, former ballerina, and on the run from her dangerous and evil ex. She’s found some measure of peace living a quiet life in Cozumel. She is content to live a simple life and enjoy small pleasures, especially after escaping the hell […]

REVIEW: Sorry Not Sorry by Sophie Ranald
9th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Sorry Not Sorry by Sophie Ranald

Sorry Not Sorry by Sophie Ranald: Charlotte has a good job and great friends but she feels like she’s stuck in place. It doesn’t help that her best friends are getting married and moving out of their shared apartment. Charlotte is smart, fun, and loyal. She loves her girls night outs […]

REVIEW: Romancing his Rival by Jennifer Shirk
9th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Romancing his Rival by Jennifer Shirk

In Romancing his Rival by Jennifer Shirk, Elena Mason can’t believe Lucas Albright wants her to work with him, especially after how he convinced her ex-fiance out of getting married. However, the offer he’s making for her work is an offer she can’t possibly refuse. Not when it could help […]

REVIEW: Bayside Escape by Melissa Foster
8th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Bayside Escape by Melissa Foster

Bayside Escape by Melissa Foster finds Violet Vancroft reunited with the only man she ever loved, physician Andre Shaw. Two years earlier she ran from his proposal, afraid to put down roots. A chance reunion makes the pair face the past and see if they have a future.

REVIEW: The Soccer Player and the Single Mom by Kyra Jacobs
8th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Soccer Player and the Single Mom by Kyra Jacobs

In The Soccer Player and the Single Mom (Quail Hollow #1) by Kyra Jacobs, when Felicity Shaw is offered a job to be the personal assistant of soccer star Scott Gillie, she agrees because she needs a job. However, she never imagined he’d be such a difficult person to work […]

REVIEW: Mr. One-Night Stand by Rachael Stewart
8th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Mr. One-Night Stand by Rachael Stewart

Mr. One-Night Stand by Rachael Stewart: Out of character won’t come back to bite you, right? After all it is only once, only one night. At least that is what Jennifer Hayes thought. After the day/week/month she had been having she deserved this. One night, one night of pure unadulterated fun.

REVIEW: In a Badger Way by Shelly Laurenston
7th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: In a Badger Way by Shelly Laurenston

Shelly Laurenston continues the fun hilarity of the honey badgers in her Honey Badger Chronicles series in this book, In a Badger Way. It’s tough being a child genius or any age genius when there are those who are out to exploit you and use you. Stevie MacKilligan is well […]

REVIEW: The Prince’s Cinderella by Andrea Bolter
7th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Prince’s Cinderella by Andrea Bolter

The Prince’s Cinderella by Andrea Bolter: Left without parents is heartbreaking, left without love may be even worse. Marie Paquet knew that, she knew what it was like to be left without parents, without love, without hope. She rose above.