Category: Review


REVIEW: Talking Dirty with the CEO by Jackie Ashenden
22nd May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Talking Dirty with the CEO by Jackie Ashenden

In Talking Dirty with the CEO by Jackie Ashenden, Christie St John is a gamer and tech geek who writes for – what else – but a tech magazine. She normally loves her job, however, she is not sure about her latest assignment which is to research online dating. She […]

REVIEW: Rules of Entanglement by Gina L. Maxwell
22nd May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Rules of Entanglement by Gina L. Maxwell

Rules of Entanglement by Gina L. Maxwell: We first met Vanessa in Seducing Cinderella. She is Lucie’s best friend and is heading to Hawaii to help Lucie plan the wedding of her dreams to Reid. Unfortunately a case of food poisoning prevents Lucie from arriving with Vanessa, but Vanessa agrees to […]

REVIEW: Who Wants to Marry a Cowboy by Abigail Sharpe
21st May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Who Wants to Marry a Cowboy by Abigail Sharpe

In Who Wants to Marry a Cowboy by Abigail Sharpe, Ainsley Fairfax is tired of being the “good daughter” and letting her mother walk all over her, telling her how to live her life. The only thing she’s been able to accomplish herself is to open Charleston Blooms, a flower […]

REVIEW: A Very Exclusive Engagement by Andrea Laurence
20th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Very Exclusive Engagement by Andrea Laurence

A Very Exclusive Engagement isn’t the first Andrea Lawrence book I’ve read, but I think it finally made me stand up and take note. Liam and Francesca clash at first, he’s taking over the company for which she works, and in trying to save it, might be curtailing some of […]

REVIEW: Kissing the Maid of Honor by Robin Bielman
20th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Kissing the Maid of Honor by Robin Bielman

In Kissing the Maid of Honor by Robin Bielman, Sela Sullivan has never forgiven Luke Watters, her best friend’s brother, for humiliating her in high school at a kissing booth. A few words that tore her apart on the inside, destroyed her reputation and made her the joke of the […]

REVIEW: From This Moment On by Debbi Rawlins
20th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: From This Moment On by Debbi Rawlins

In From This Moment On by Debbi Rawlins Sexy, cowboy Trace McAllister was born and bred in Blackfoot Falls, Montana. He had a happy childhood, growing up on the Sundance Ranch with his loving family. Ranching is in his blood and that is what he wants to do with the rest […]

REVIEW: The Texas Lawman’s Woman by Cathy Gillen Thacker
19th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Texas Lawman’s Woman by Cathy Gillen Thacker

In The Texas Lawman’s Woman by Cathy Gillen Thacker, Shelley Meyerson has never forgiven Colt McCabe for standing her up at the prom, no matter that he explained why he didn’t make it. They had planned for something special for their first time with the help of their friends. But […]

REVIEW: All the Right Moves by Jo Leigh
19th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: All the Right Moves by Jo Leigh

In All the Right Moves by Jo Leigh Cassie is a hot, smart, hard-working grad student that works as a bartender in her brother Tommy’s very busy bar.  Cassie practically runs the bar, because her once supportive and vibrant brother, lost his leg while deployed in Iraq, and has removed himself […]

REVIEW: Back to You by Robin Kaye
19th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Back to You by Robin Kaye

In Back to You by Robin Kaye Storm left Red Hook years ago…away from painful memories, but also away from his adopted family and from Bree. Bree loved Storm and was ready to give herself to him, but in Storm’s eyes that would make it impossible to leave. Storm rejected Bree […]

REVIEW: Measure of Love by Melissa Ford
19th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Measure of Love by Melissa Ford

I really wanted to love Measure of Love by Melissa Ford, but I didn’t. This is the sequel to Melissa’s first book, Life from Scratch. Now, I am not sure if I had a hard time with this story because I have not read the first book, as I had […]