Tag: 3.5 Stars


REVIEW: The Devil’s Own Duke by Lenora Bell
16th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Devil’s Own Duke by Lenora Bell

The Devil’s Own Duke by Lenora Bell is the second book in the Wallflowers vs. Rogues series by Lenora Bell. It’s an enemy to lover’s romance containing some light intrigue, plots, lies, and deceptions. Lady Henrietta “Hettie” Prince immersed herself in expanding her mother’s vineyards after she died. She is determined […]

REVIEW: Secrets of a One Night Stand by Naima Simone
14th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Secrets of a One Night Stand by Naima Simone

Secrets of a One Night Stand by Naima Simone: Achilles Farrell decides a one night stand is just what he needs when he meets a beautiful woman at a bar. After a night of fiery passion, he doesn’t think he will ever see Mycah again. Imagine both of them totally […]

REVIEW: A Holly Jolly Diwali by Sonya Lalli
12th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Holly Jolly Diwali by Sonya Lalli

A Holly Jolly Diwali by Sonya Lalli: Niki has always been the responsible practical one but after being laid off from her job she finally realizes that playing it safe all this time has really lead her no where! Which is why she decides to be completely impulsive and book a […]

REVIEW: The Greek’s Cinderella Deal by Carol Marinelli
11th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Greek’s Cinderella Deal by Carol Marinelli

The Greek’s Cinderella Deal by Carol Marinelli commenced with much excitement and drama. Mary really is a real life Cinderella and how she ends up on a date with Costa’s enemy is written beautifully. The whole exchange is very enjoyable and I loved the suspense and the intrigue. Absolute two opposites, […]

REVIEW: He Said Never by Ruth Cardello
10th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: He Said Never by Ruth Cardello

He Said Never by Ruth Cardello: Introducing Riley (the long-lost sister of Dominic Corisi) and Gavin (a man hellbent on never falling in love). After being stood up for the third time, Riley goes to leave the coffee shop but blocks the line for the “insta-lust” worthy Gavin. Immediately rambling on […]

REVIEW: Life Unscheduled by Kirsten Rockaway
9th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Life Unscheduled by Kirsten Rockaway

Life Unscheduled by Kirsten Rockaway: For Nicole, working for her company Virtuality and her role as Junior AI designer, are literally her entire world. Accordingly, anyone in the tech industry would kill to work there, and with state of the art exercise desks, sleep pods and a dining hall to ensure […]

REVIEW: Under the Rancher’s Protection by Addison Fox
5th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Under the Rancher’s Protection by Addison Fox

Under the Rancher’s Protection by Addison Fox is the third book in her Midnight Pass, Texas series. This is a second chance romance. Veterinarian Dr. Veronica Torres is back in Midnight Pass, Texas. When she and Ace Reynolds ended their relationship Veronica moved to Houston, met and married Mark, an accountant […]

REVIEW: Never Saw You Coming by Erin Hahn
29th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Never Saw You Coming by Erin Hahn

Never Saw You Coming by Erin Hahn: If being on the verge 0f adulthood wasn’t scary enough, imagine finding out that your entire childhood has been a lie? So to say that Meg Hennessey is feeling lost and completely of kilter is a complete understatement. With this new knowledge from her […]

REVIEW: Redeemed by His New York Cinderella by Jadesola James
21st Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Redeemed by His New York Cinderella by Jadesola James

Redeemed by His New York Cinderella by Jadesola James’ debut novel for Harlequin Presents. Jumping straight away into the action, before you know it and all in the same night, Kitty is billing her dinner to Laurence’s room, gate crashing an important party and saving Laurence’s life.

REVIEW: Bombshell by Sarah MacLean
18th Sep / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Bombshell by Sarah MacLean

Bombshell by Sarah MacLean is the first book in the new Hell’s Belles series. There was plenty of intrigues and twists n turns though to keep me reading until the end.