Tag: 3.5 Stars


REVIEW: Paper Chains: A Novel by Nicola Moriarty
13th Sep / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Paper Chains: A Novel by Nicola Moriarty

In Paper Chains: A Novel by Nicola Moriarty, Hannah and India met by chance in a gift shop in London, neither one knowing how dramatically their lives would change in the near future as a result of the friendship they strike up. Both women are hiding from dark secrets in […]

REVIEW: The Wonder of Now by Jamie Beck
9th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Wonder of Now by Jamie Beck

In The Wonder of Now by Jamie Beck, Peyton Prescott is a breast cancer survivor. Her brother, Logan, convinced her to write a book about it. The book tour takes her to Europe, with PR Mitch Mathis focused on making the book a best seller. Peyton wants to have fun […]

REVIEW: The Way You Love Me by Miranda Liasson
1st Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Way You Love Me by Miranda Liasson

The Way You Love Me by Miranda Liasson is the second book in the Angel Falls series. Gabby Langdon just made partner, but being a lawyer was what her father wanted for her. Her dream is to become an author, inspired by her mother’s writings. In order to obtain her […]

REVIEW: Irresistible Bargain with the Greek by Julia James
30th Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Irresistible Bargain with the Greek by Julia James

In Irresistible Bargain with the Greek by Julia James, Heiress Talia Grantham is very careful when it comes to her social life, as her controlling father has his own thoughts on who she should see and even how she should dress. So when she takes a chance and has an […]

REVIEW: Now or Never by Victoria Denault
24th Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Now or Never by Victoria Denault

Now or Never by Victoria Denault is the fourth book in the San Francisco Thunder series. This features Winnie Braddock, one of the sisters of Jude, who plays for the Thunder. After the death of her father leaves her reevaluating everything, including her relationship of ten years, Winne takes refuge […]

REVIEW: Ellie and the Harpmaker by Hazel Prior
23rd Aug / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Ellie and the Harpmaker by Hazel Prior

In Ellie and the Harpmaker by Hazel Prior, Dan Hollis is known as the Exmoor Harpmaker as he spends his days crafting the finest, most wonderful sounding harps to be found in England. His work and exploring the untamed countryside takes up most of his time, which is fine by […]

REVIEW: All Roads Lead to You by Jennifer Probst
19th Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: All Roads Lead to You by Jennifer Probst

In All Roads Lead to You by Jennifer Probst, Harper Bishop has two goals. One is to rescue all the animals she can, and the second is to have her horse, Phoenix win the Triple Crown. In order to do that, however, she needs a professional trainer. After being betrayed […]

REVIEW: Faking It by Stefanie London
31st Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Faking It by Stefanie London

Faking It by Stefanie London: Going undercover sounds both fun and scary, right? After all it meant a step forward. One where people could boost their careers, right? Hannah Anderson kept telling herself that. It wasn’t like she didn’t want to do it, but to go under cover with a […]

REVIEW: One Night, White Lies by Jessica Lemmon
22nd Jul / 4 Comments

REVIEW: One Night, White Lies by Jessica Lemmon

One Night, White Lies by Jessica Lemmon is a sexy and fun romance with one of my favorite tropes, the ‘best friend’s sibling’ as the catalyst that brings two people together. When Drew Fleming spies her brother’s friend Reid Singleton, the man who inspired her teenage crush, at a conference, […]

REVIEW: Once Upon A Bad Boy by Melonie Johnson
20th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Once Upon A Bad Boy by Melonie Johnson

In Once Upon A Bad Boy by Melonie Johnson, actress Sadie Gold is ready to take her acting from a soap opera to the big screen. She’s excited to be filming her first big movie, until she realizes who the stunt coordinator is. Bo Ibarra broke Sadie’s heart when he […]