Category: Review


REVIEW: Restraint by Adriana Locke
30th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Restraint by Adriana Locke

In Restraint (Mason Family #1) by Adriana Locke, Chicago attorney Blaire Gibson is basically being forced by her family to take a vacation. So what if she works nonstop? She’s a defense attorney who takes her clients’ futures very seriously. But when Blaire runs smack into a hunky man who […]

REVIEW: A Sweet Mess by Jayci Lee
29th Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Sweet Mess by Jayci Lee

A Sweet Mess by Jayci Lee: You have to enjoy a novel that contains a yummy love story and equally yummy sounding food. Aubrey Choi runs a growing bakery called the Comfort Zone. She makes custom cakes as well as favorite types of baked good for locals, tourists and online customers. […]

REVIEW: The Goodbye Guy by Natasha Moore
29th Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Goodbye Guy by Natasha Moore

The Goodbye Guy by Natasha Moore: Rachel Bradford left her hometown of Lakeside years ago. Her parents didn’t approve of her choice of college majors and her father even told her she would probably never be successful. Well, she has proved him wrong by having her own reality interior design show. […]

REVIEW: Tracking a Kidnapper by Valerie Hansen
28th Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Tracking a Kidnapper by Valerie Hansen

Tracking a Kidnapper by Valerie Hansen is the fifth book in the Harlequin series, True-Blue K-9 Unit: Brooklyn. This is a super addition to the series. The overall arc of the series is furthered a little bit. Other members of the Brooklyn K-9 Unit appear so the reader gets to […]

REVIEW: Yours to Keep by Lauren Layne
27th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Yours to Keep by Lauren Layne

Yours to Keep by Lauren Layne is the second book in the Man of the Year series but was fine reading as a stand-alone. The book was fast-paced, flowed smoothly, and had charming characters. Carter and Olive’s characters were so lovable, and their witty banter kept me smiling until the end.

REVIEW: A Winning Season by Rochelle Alers
27th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Winning Season by Rochelle Alers

A Winning Season by Rochelle Alers finds Zoey Allen at her wits end. After the death of her parents ten years earlier, she took custody of her half-brothers, who were much younger than her. Now one is away in the military, but sixteen-year-old Harper is acting out, disobeying Zoey’s rules and […]

REVIEW: The Reality of Everything by Rebecca Yarros
25th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Reality of Everything by Rebecca Yarros

In The Reality of Everything (Flight & Glory #5) by Rebecca Yarros, Most people move to the Outer Banks to be near the ocean and spend their days relaxing on the beach or surfing. But not Morgan Bartley. She bought a run-down beach house, sight unseen, just to get away […]