Weekend with the Best Man by Leah Martyn: Whenever a door shuts a window opens, right? Lindsey Stewart new she was good at her job. By the books, but a nurse couldn’t really be anything other than that.
Tag: 2.5 Stars
School Ties by Tamsin Parker: Erin Brewster teaches at an all-boys boarding school. A boarding school she has been going to since she was little. Another faculty member comes on to Erin and before they know they are pregnant. Only there is no love, just an inconvenience, at least according to the guy. […]
To Love and To Cherish by Lauren Layne: For the past few years, Alexis has had her eyes set on one goal, making a success of her boutique wedding planning business in New York City. But working towards her goal has blinded her to any social life or dates, […]
In The Bookshop on Autumn Lane by Cynthia Tennent, Trudy Brown has inherited a bookstore from her Aunt Gertrude. Not having anywhere else to go, Trudy returns to Truhart and the store, the same town that treated her poorly when she was younger. There she runs into […]
Always Be True: Tino by Alexis Morgan finds Tino returning from the Army, unsure of what to do with his life. His adoptive mother, sensing his restlessness, pushes him into volunteering at the local community center, which was being restored. There he meets Natalie, who runs her grandfather’s charitable […]
Twilight Dreams by Amanda Ashley is a re-release, having previously been published in 2015. Holly Parrish mistakes Micah Ravenwood for someone else she was supposed to meet at the bar. Micah, a vampire, is instantly taken with her and asks her out. But when a vampire bent on […]
The Darkest Link by Scarlett Cole: On her way to a tattoo convention, Lia finds herself with a broken down car on the side of the road. Who finds her but Reid, also known as Kenny, owner of a garage and the sexiest mechanic she’s ever seen.
Reaper’s Fire (Reapers MC #6) by Joanna Wylde is the first book that I have read by this author. Although I generally really love a good MC book, I have to say that this book was a bit difficult to read. Although part of a series, it can be […]
Through a Magnolia Filter by Nan Dixon: When photographer Liam Delaney’s god-father, the cold man who raised him since he was eight, died, he left Liam the one thing he really wanted–his cameras. In order to get the cameras, however, Liam had to deliver letters from generations ago to […]
Remembering Everly by J.L. Berg: Kicking off right where Forgetting August ended, Remembering Everly does not let up on the drama. Now that August has some of memories back he’ll do all he can to protect Everly and eventually fight for her love back. His shady business from before the […]