Tag: 3.5 Stars


REVIEW: The Rancher’s Reunion by Lisa Childs
14th May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: The Rancher’s Reunion by Lisa Childs

In The Rancher’s Reunion by Lisa Childs, Cash Cassidy and Becca Calder have been best friends since childhood. Cash has also been the love of Becca’s life. But when a family secret devastated Cash and caused him to take off for ten years, Becca decided that she wanted a family […]

REVIEW: Hate Mail by Donna Marchetti
25th Apr / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Hate Mail by Donna Marchetti

Hate Mail by Donna Marchetti: From the time they were in fifth grade Naomi and Luca have had a cute and playful pen-pal rivalry, over the years their banter began to grow into a more meaningful friendship that stood the test of time and distance. Well that is until two […]

REVIEW: The Red River Slayer by Katie Mettner
5th Apr / 7 Comments

REVIEW: The Red River Slayer by Katie Mettner

The Red River Slayer by Katie Mettner is the third book in the Secure One series. While it can be read as a standalone, I would recommend reading them in order. I hadn’t read the previous books, and I did feel like I was missing background information on some of […]

REVIEW: This Disaster Loves You by Richard Roper
5th Mar / 7 Comments

REVIEW: This Disaster Loves You by Richard Roper

This Disaster Loves You by Richard Roper: Life as Brian knew chanced six years, eleven months, one week and two days ago, it was the day that his wife Lily disappeared. Not a day has gone by without Brian thinking about Lily or hoping to find her again, however their […]

REVIEW: When Grumpy Met Sunshine by Charlotte Stein
4th Mar / 9 Comments

REVIEW: When Grumpy Met Sunshine by Charlotte Stein

When Grumpy Met Sunshine by Charlotte Stein: The idea of sharing his feelings and inner most thoughts could not be further from ideal for retired football player Alfie Harding, but after being badgered beyond belief to publish his memoir he finally relents, the only issue now is Alfie can not […]

REVIEW: K-9 Security by Nichole Severn
23rd Feb / 7 Comments

REVIEW: K-9 Security by Nichole Severn

K-9 Security by Nichole Severn is the first book in the New Mexico Guard Dogs series. Military contractor Cash Meyers has a K-9 partner, Bear, who he inherited after a betrayal cost his previous handler his life. Their job is to keep an eye on the local drug cartel, but distracted, […]

REVIEW: The Spy and I by Tiana Smith
21st Feb / 7 Comments

REVIEW: The Spy and I by Tiana Smith

The Spy and I by Tiana Smith: Aside from looking identical Dove and her twin sister Madison could not be more different from one an other. While Madison is a globe trotting photographer, Dove prefers to stay home with her cyber security job, truly total opposites, but it would seem that […]

REVIEW: Girl Abroad by Elle Kennedy
13th Feb / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Girl Abroad by Elle Kennedy

Girl Abroad by Elle Kennedy: All Abbey truly wants is to experience life without the restrictions set for her by her well meaning but overprotective father. Which is why when she gets accepted to study in London for a year she jumps at the chance to spread her wings and fly. […]

REVIEW: Much Ado About a Latte by Kathleen Fuller
10th Feb / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Much Ado About a Latte by Kathleen Fuller

Much Ado About a Latte  by Kathleen Fuller is the second book in her Maple Falls series. This is a friends to lovers story. Anita Bedford has been a waitress at the Sunshine Diner for a number of years. She likes her job but was thinking it was time to step […]

REVIEW: Lonely for You Only by Monica Murphy
8th Feb / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Lonely for You Only by Monica Murphy

In Lonely for You Only by Monica Murphy, Wealthy heiress Scarlett Lancaster’s decadent eighteenth birthday party was a raving success–just not in the way she thought it would be. Instead of finally cementing her relationship with a guy she’s been crushing on for a few years, Scarlett finds herself in […]