Category: Review


REVIEW: Christmas Hideout by Susan Sleeman
24th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Christmas Hideout by Susan Sleeman

Christmas Hideout (McKade Law #3) by Susan Sleeman: Nicole Dyer walks into her apartment one night to find a hunting knife stabbed into her picture on the butcher block counter in her kitchen. Scared for herself and her three-year-old daughter Emilie Nicole packs their bags and goes on the run. She […]

REVIEW: Deceived by Elisabeth Naughton
23rd Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Deceived by Elisabeth Naughton

Deceived (House of Sin #2) by Elisabeth Naughton: OMG! I am wrecked….totally and utterly wrecked. How, oh how am I going to survived until the next book???? WOW! Amazing, gut wrenching, unexpected, frightening….pick one, cause I feel all of this and more. This is the continuation of the House of Sin […]

REVIEW: Arynn’s Chosen Mate by Elle Boon
22nd Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Arynn’s Chosen Mate by Elle Boon

Arynn’s Chosen Mate: Bad Alpha Dads (Bad Alpha Dads) by Elle Boon: Something wasn’t quite right that night many years ago. Arynn’s wolf reacted to the beautiful blonde who entered the club arm in arm with another blonde. Why was Arynn’s wolf sensing a mate? The sexy blonde made eye […]

REVIEW: Falling for the Rebel Princess by Ellie Darkins
22nd Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Falling for the Rebel Princess by Ellie Darkins

Falling for the Rebel Princess by Ellie Darkins Two hurt souls, one night club night and Vegas? What could possibly go wrong? Or really what could go right? Princess Caroline Mary Beatrice of Afland, Charlie, played at being the bad girl princess. She was very good at doing things that […]

REVIEW: Reckless Deceptions by Karen Rock
21st Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Reckless Deceptions by Karen Rock

Reckless Deceptions (Dallas after Dark #3) by Karen Rock is the third book in her Dallas After Dark series. I have read the two previous books in this series and enjoyed them and also enjoyed how the club was the backdrop for the stories. Ex CIA agent Erica Keeley has […]

REVIEW: Tempted by Her Single Dad Boss by Annie O’Neil
21st Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Tempted by Her Single Dad Boss by Annie O’Neil

In Tempted by Her Single Dad Boss (Single Dad Docs #1) by Annie O’Neil, Physiotherapist Maggie Green’s first official introduction to her new boss, Dr. Alex Kirkland, makes one thing clear: that he’s as reserved as he is handsome. And for Maggie, who tries to bring some type of joy […]

REVIEW: The Boyfriend Collector by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
20th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Boyfriend Collector by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

In The Boyfriend Collector by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, Turning twenty-one is a momentous occasion–a turning point in most people’s lives. That couldn’t be more true for Rose Marie Hale. But not for the normal reasons, like going out to a bar to party with friends for the first time (legally). […]

REVIEW: Claimed for the Billionaire’s Convenience by Melanie Milburne
20th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Claimed for the Billionaire’s Convenience by Melanie Milburne

Claimed for the Billionaire’s Convenience by Melanie Milburne: Holly loves all things weddings, but especially the flowers. She loves her job as a florist and specializes in weddings. After being ditched, twice, by her now ex-fiancés, she is determined to remain single. She’s not looking for a relationship and definitely not […]

REVIEW: Lies by Aleatha Romig
19th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Lies by Aleatha Romig

Lies by Aleatha Romig: Araneae is now trying to make sense of a life and a past she doesn’t understand. She has many questions, few answers, and a complicated relationship with the overwhelming Sterling Sparrow. Sterling is one of the most powerful men in Chicago, both as a wealthy businessman […]

REVIEW: Twins on Her Doorstep by Alison Roberts
19th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Twins on Her Doorstep by Alison Roberts

In Twins on Her Doorstep by Alison Roberts, Shocked can’t even begin to describe how GP Sophie Bradford feels when a handsome stranger shows up at her door, towing two precious three-year-old girls with him, and tells her that they’re her biological children. Never really thinking about the eggs she […]