Category: Review


REVIEW: Earthquake Baby by Amy Andrews
14th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Earthquake Baby by Amy Andrews

In Earthquake Baby by Amy Andrews, Mary Laura Scott is the only survivor of a hostel collape during an earthquake.  After many hours being trapped and thinking she would not survive she was rescued and was kept alive by Dr. Jack Riley, whom she then had a one-night afair with. […]

REVIEW: Falling for the Backup by Toni Aleo
14th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Falling for the Backup by Toni Aleo

In Falling for the Backup by Toni Aleo, we get to see former superstar goalie of the Assassins, Jordan Ryan trying to get back in the game. He was out for over a year due to an injury, but now that he is back he is only the backup and […]

REVIEW: Love At High Tide by Christi Barth
14th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Love At High Tide by Christi Barth

Love At High Tide by Christi Barth:  Darcy Trent is on a well deserved vacation with her best friend Trina in Ocean City Maryland.  Darcy just graduated college with a PhD in cultural anthropology.  After years of non-stop studying and field work, she has a single week off to relax […]

REVIEW: Beauty and the Wolf by Marina Myles
13th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Beauty and the Wolf by Marina Myles

In Beauty and the Wolf by Marina Myles, Lord Draven Winthrop, Earl of Dunwich, has been searching for a cure to end the gypsy hex placed on him when he was sixteen years old. Years later, he is still no closer to finding it until he encounters a beautiful young […]

REVIEW: Big Sky Summer by Linda Lael Miller
13th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Big Sky Summer by Linda Lael Miller

In Big Sky Summer by Linda Lael Miller we read Casey and Walker’s story. Casey is a famous singer, and to the world, Walker is a good friend of Casey’s.  So good that her children refer to him as their Uncle.  When Casey decides to get out of the spotlight and live […]

REVIEW: That Kind of Special by Abby Wood
13th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: That Kind of Special by Abby Wood

That Kind of Special by Abby Wood is an interesting book. Twenty-five year old Katina Lindtson is a hard-working interior designer trying to build up her clientele within the community. She and her best friend Doreen have a blast working together and success is undoubtedly on the horizon. Katina is a […]

REVIEW: The Sheikh’s Prize by Lynne Graham
12th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Sheikh’s Prize by Lynne Graham

The Sheikh’s Prize by Lynne Graham: Things were different in Maraban five years prior when Prince Zahir took a Westerner as his bride. His then wife, Sapphire, was made a virtual prisoner and hidden from public view. No-one outside of the royal family even knew they were married. Sapphire learned on […]

REVIEW: Unbuttoned by Maisey Yates
12th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Unbuttoned by Maisey Yates

Unbuttoned by Maisey Yates: When Lucas Miller shows up in Carly’s office, she’s forced to interact with him. That’s troubling because she’s been trying to ignore him for the better part of the last two years. It’s also troubling because he pokes at her every chance he gets. Carly Denton, despite […]

REVIEW: Love Him or Leave Him by Sara Daniel
12th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Love Him or Leave Him by Sara Daniel

In Love Him or Leave Him by Sara Daniel, Becca Sanders and Connor O’Malley used to be high school sweethearts. But when Connor’s so-called best friend started rumors about Becca, Connor did nothing to stop them and turned his back on her. Now Becca is a cashier at the supermarket […]

REVIEW: A Hero to Come Home To by Marilyn Pappano
11th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Hero to Come Home To by Marilyn Pappano

A Hero to Come Home To by Marilyn Pappano, opens up 13 months after Carly lost her military husband in Afghanistan. She is still struggling, still has so much sorrow, and is finding life so difficult. When she talks first with Therese, then bonds with a group of others widows (The […]