Category: Review


REVIEW: Sexy Beast by Jackie Ashenden
17th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Sexy Beast by Jackie Ashenden

Sexy Beast by Jackie Ashenden lives up to its name with a steamy friends to lovers romance, the second in the Billion $ Bastards series. Freya is ready to enact ‘Operation Orgasm’ with her best friend Everett’s help if he’s willing. She wants to show up at her cousin’s bachelorette […]

REVIEW: The Money Man by Nancy Herkness
16th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Money Man by Nancy Herkness

The Money Man by Nancy Herkness is the first book in her new series, The Consultants. I have enjoyed reading this author’s books so I was anxious to see what this new series was about. Wowza! It is just a couple of bucks but numbers don’t lie and these figures […]

REVIEW: Copycat Killer by Laura Scott
16th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Copycat Killer by Laura Scott

Copycat Killer by Laura Scott  is the first book in Harlequin’s series True Blue K-9 Unit: Brooklyn. Luara Scott begins this series with lots of action, suspense, caring and camaraderie. She introduces the characters of the new Brooklyn K-9 unit in a unique way. First some are introduced to the […]

REVIEW: Madam Temptress by Meghan March
15th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Madam Temptress by Meghan March

In Madam Temptress (The Magnolia Duet #2) by Meghan March, Just when Magnolia Maison thought things might finally be looking up for her she’s hit with the news that Moses Gaspard–the man she’s been in love with but hasn’t seen for fifteen years–has been lying to her. How series his […]

REVIEW: Her Billionaire Protector  by Nina Singh
15th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Her Billionaire Protector by Nina Singh

Her Billionaire Protector by Nina Singh: Adam Steele was hired by his best friend, Brant Terrance, to protect his little sister Ani. Ani was a musical genius and was leaving Dallas to go on tour in Europe. Adam had always like Ani when they were growing up but felt like he […]

REVIEW: Always Enough by Kelly Elliott
13th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Always Enough by Kelly Elliott

In Always Enough by Kelly Elliott, Moving from Atlanta to remote Hamilton, Montana was quite a shock to the system for Kaylee Holden. She has to admit that she loves the majestic beauty of the landscape and the kind locals she’s met, but the fierce winter cold has her thinking twice. […]

REVIEW: Secrets of a Fake Fiancée by Yahrah St. John
13th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Secrets of a Fake Fiancée by Yahrah St. John

Secrets of a Fake Fiancée by Yahrah St. John is a sexy fake relationship romance full of passion and family drama. It’s the last book in the Stewart Heirs series. Morgan Young is ready for her birth father to find out the truth – that she’s his daughter. At the […]

REVIEW: The Sea Glass Cottage by RaeAnne Thayne
12th Apr / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Sea Glass Cottage by RaeAnne Thayne

In The Sea Glass Cottage by RaeAnne Thayne, While in her teens, Olivia Harper tragically lost her father, and a short time later she lost her older sister too. It took a lot of time to move past the grief. Watching her sister’s daughter, Caitlin, grow up helped immensely and […]

REVIEW: House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J Mass
11th Apr / 2 Comments

REVIEW: House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J Mass

House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J Mass: Take a breath and plow through the first muddy, menu-like chapters with firm reading boots on, because once you are on the other side, and have your fantasy head on, House of Earth and Blood is a roller coaster of all things […]