Category: Review


REVIEW: He Watches Me by Cynthia Sax
20th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: He Watches Me by Cynthia Sax

He Watches Me by Cynthia Sax: I’m going to have to say that this is something of a weird one. It wasn’t bad but it was a little strange. I mean, from reading the blurb you know that Gabriel digs watching Anna via his security cameras. He’s watching her as […]

REVIEW: Slick Rider by Em Petrova
19th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Slick Rider by Em Petrova

In Slick Rider by Em Petrova, physical therapy assistant Lilly Hall has been assigned to a new patient, good-looking and demanding rodeo champion Juss Rossie. Juss is nicknamed Slick Rider because he started out riding broncos, instead of working his way up to that level of expertise. Due to his […]

REVIEW: Pursuit by Caitlyn Nicholas
19th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Pursuit by Caitlyn Nicholas

Pursuit by Caitlyn Nicholas: Dimity Pond lives in a little farmhouse in the middle of nowhere. Married, owns a deaf dog, boards horses… ordinary really. But saying her life isn’t what it seems is a massive understatement. One morning a woman comes to visit – that woman is her husband’s […]

REVIEW: California Homecoming by Casey Dawes
19th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: California Homecoming by Casey Dawes

In California Homecoming by Casey Dawes, Sarah Ladina is in search of her independence, which she especially needs now since she is pregnant. So she has decided to buy the run-down Victorian house and turn into an inn, even if it has not been her best idea yet. She doesn’t […]

REVIEW: Wedding Cake and Big Mistake by Nancy Naigle
18th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Wedding Cake and Big Mistake by Nancy Naigle

In Wedding Cake and Big Mistake by Nancy Naigle, After escaping Adam’s Grove at the first opportunity, Carolanne is back. Just in time to help her best friend Jill celebrate her wedding, to buy her perfect house, become partner’s with her friend Connor in his law firm, and perhaps slowly […]

REVIEW: To the Limit by Jo Leigh
18th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: To the Limit by Jo Leigh

To the Limit by Jo Leigh is primarily about two people; air-force captain and pilot Sam Brody and college professor Emma Lockwood. They have known each other for years and share an unacknowledged attraction. The story is about their relationship both past and present. Due to eye surgery gone bad, […]

REVIEW: Taste the Heat by Rachel Harris
18th Jul / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Taste the Heat by Rachel Harris

In Taste the Heat by Rachel Harris, chef Colby Robicheaux has returned home to New Orleans, but only for the summer. After her father’s death the family restaurant needs a new head chef and so far nobody has been able to fill her father’s shoes. As she learned to cook […]

REVIEW: Half-Hitched by Isabel Sharpe
17th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Half-Hitched by Isabel Sharpe

Half-Hitched (The Wrong Bed) by Isabel Sharpe is a very good summer read. Actuary Addie Sewell is a creature of habit. She does the same thing each and every day and thrives on it. The nonsense that surrounds her world by living in New York City does not affect her […]

REVIEW: A Cowboy To Come Home To by Donna Alward
17th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Cowboy To Come Home To by Donna Alward

I’ve really enjoyed everything I’ve read by Donna Alward, and this is no exception. A Cowboy to Come Home to was sweet, funny, heartbreaking, and adorable – all wrapped up in about 250 pages. Melissa Stone grew up in Cadence Creek alongside her best friend Cooper Ford, and her boyfriend […]

REVIEW: Unexpected Maisey Yates
17th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Unexpected Maisey Yates

In Unexpected Maisey Yates Kelsey Noble is tired. Tired of the horrid bridesmaid’s gowns she wears because of her more ‘traditional’ sisters. Tired of her parents being disappointed for being an independent woman. But most of all, she’s tired of wanting more. So she takes matters into her own hands […]