Tag: 2.5 Stars


REVIEW: Six Days to Live by Lisa Dodson
21st Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Six Days to Live by Lisa Dodson

Six Days to Live by Lisa Dodson finds retired Colonel Coulter McKendrick in a fight for his life when he’s purposely injected with a deadly poison that has no cure. He turns to Dr. Marena Dash, a former scientist, and the woman whose heart he had broken years earlier.

REVIEW: Reckless Fortune by M.M. Crane
12th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Reckless Fortune by M.M. Crane

Reckless Fortune by M.M. Crane: Bowie Fortune has never backed down from a dare, so he listens to his sisters and enters a contest for a mail-order bride. What he doesn’t expect is the beautiful Autumn McCall to make him want more than to win a contest. When he brings her […]

REVIEW: Hotshot Hero on the Edge by Lisa Childs
10th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Hotshot Hero on the Edge by Lisa Childs

Hotshot Hero on the Edge by Lisa Childs finds firefighter Luke Garrison in a tough spot. His best friend was murdered and his fellow firefighters suspect he was involved, and his wife has kicked him out, blaming him and the stress his job causes her on her miscarriages.

REVIEW: It Takes a Villa by Kilby Blades
9th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: It Takes a Villa by Kilby Blades

It Takes a Villa by Kilby Blades: When Natalie Malone bought the abandoned villa in Italy, she underestimated the work needed, but she knows that she can get it done. As she explores her new home, she realizes that some of it is beyond her knowledge. When she asks for help, […]

REVIEW: The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley
25th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley

The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley: Anna’s fiancé left her a few weeks prior to her wedding, so she decides to go on their honeymoon with her best friend instead. What she doesn’t expect is to find a man who sweeps her off her feet (or at least out […]

REVIEW: Undercover Colton by Addison Fox
8th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Undercover Colton by Addison Fox

Undercover Colton by Addison Fox: When Sami finds out that her employee/date is an FBI agent trying to take down her father, she is more than happy to offer her assistance. The voice in her head has always thought that her father had something to do with her mother’s death, and […]

REVIEW: Smooth as Silk by Alicia Hunter Pace
28th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Smooth as Silk by Alicia Hunter Pace

Smooth as Silk by Alicia Hunter Pace: Hyacinth sticks to her plans. Since her parents never stuck to any plans, she wants to assure herself that she is not like them. When it comes to her bridal shop, she runs a tight ship and has backup plans A, B, C for […]

REVIEW: Once Upon a Cabin by Patience Griffin
25th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Once Upon a Cabin by Patience Griffin

Once Upon a Cabin by Patience Griffin is the story of two sisters, Tori and McKenna St. James, who have been raised by their wealthy uncle. When his girlfriend helps him see that they girls need to learn to fend for themselves, he orders the sister to two separate towns in […]

REVIEW: The Butler by Danielle Steel
9th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Butler by Danielle Steel

Steel’s The Butler appears to be a shift in narrative voice from her typical works, given that the central character is male and cut from a type of archaically soft mould that somehow wields power. And within chapters, it is clear that the removed panoramic style that she is famous for, […]

REVIEW: Last Seen Alone by Laura Griffin
16th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Last Seen Alone by Laura Griffin

In Last Seen Alone by Laura Griffin, Vanessa Adams has disappeared. Discovering a pool of blood in the woods near her abandoned car, homicide detective Brandon Reynolds believes the worst has happened. A business card for attorney Leigh Larson leads him to her office.