How to Catch a Queen by Alyssa Cole: Shanti has wanted to be a queen for as long as she can remember, so much so that she even studied for it, so when she is presented with the opportunity to marry a royal she takes it in order to help better […]
Tag: 3.5 Stars
Ride the Tide by Julie Ann Walker is the third book in her Deep Six series. This book has an interesting storyline and well-developed characters.
The Flip Side by James Bailey: Heartbreak on the London Eye on New Years Eve, followed by a tail between legs style return to his parent’s house is reminiscent of every comically tragic opening and how we meet Josh, a seemingly ordinary character in a relatively ordinary situation, albeit smothered in […]
In Hard Line by Pamela Clare, a satellite has been hacked that contains sensitive information, causing it to crash in Antarctica. Cobra International Security team is sent in by the U.S. government to retrieve the satellite pieces before other countries can get to it. Thor is leading the mission, having […]
All About Us by Tom Ellen: A time jumping narrative is never an easy thing to pull off with a sense of originally, given it has been covered, wrapped up and then bundled away in time-jumping bubble wrap repeatedly. However, All About Us managed to achieve some feats with it’s overarching […]
A Baby on the Greek’s Doorstep by Lynn Graham is an October 2020 Harlequin Presents release which I was excited to read because I’d just finished re-reading three of Lynn Graham’s older books.
Sext With Me by Evie Claire: While the characters were fun to read about, the author didn’t develop their stories well. Talia had a troubled relationship with her mom, and suffers from abandonment issues. However the author totally missed on making the reader understand the intricacies of this troubled relationship.
In Must Love Dogs…and Hockey by Kelly Jamieson Lilly has lost another job and wants to work for herself, running a doggie day care. Easton is a hockey player who unexpectedly winds up with a dog. After running into Lilly walking her friend’s dog, he hastily hires her to walk […]
The Beat Match by Kelly Siskind: Typically, a romance novel that features an orphan, whose rich Prince Charming falls madly in love with her, pulls me up by page 5. The Beat Match however, had some creative quirks and a decent dollop of social morality that page 6 rushed past quickly […]
Secrets Made in Paradise by Natalie Anderson With ripples of fairy-tale like magic sprinkled throughout, and a sort of thrum of rags to riches, Secrets Made in Paradise explores what happens when you try to distance yourself from your past, close yourself off to the world and invariably try to […]