Tag: 3.5 Stars


REVIEW: Deep in a Texan’s Heart by by Sara Orwig
23rd Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Deep in a Texan’s Heart by by Sara Orwig

Deep in a Texan’s Heart by by Sara Orwig is the latest installment in The Texas Cattleman’s Club series. Sara Orwig has penned a satisfying and tender romance. Fans of this series will want to add this one to their collection. Lila Hacket has come home to Royal, Texas for […]

REVIEW: Getting Wild by Sarah Barrie
18th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Getting Wild by Sarah Barrie

In Getting Wild by Sarah Barrie, Ella Jameson is a ruthless, ambitious and successful Editor in Chief for Australia’s top travel magazine.To her staff and the world, she is the devil incarnate with a don’t mess with me attitude but she meets her match in Ryan Edwards. Ryan is an […]

REVIEW: Bonjour Chérie by Robin Thomas
16th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Bonjour Chérie by Robin Thomas

Bonjour Chérie by Robin Thomas is a cute romance novella. It is about Beth Jenkins, who is in love with everything French. She dreams of going to Paris one day and has a big crush on her French teacher André LeBlanc, who politely ignores her continous attempts to win him […]

REVIEW: Captivated by Her Innocence by Kim Lawrence
12th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Captivated by Her Innocence by Kim Lawrence

Captivated by Her Innocence by Kim Lawrence is an a great read with the focus more on the emotional side. The synopsis of the book, pretty much summarizes the story, so I won’t describe the whole story. The hero, Cesare basically has a misunderstanding about the heroine, Anna and is forced […]

REVIEW: E for England by Elisabeth Rose
10th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: E for England by Elisabeth Rose

In E for England by Elisabeth Rose, Annie is a single mother who is struggling to make ends meet after her husband left her and their two young children,leaving only a note stating his journey of self discovery. Annie starts living with her friend and coworker after losing her house […]

REVIEW: The Closer by Rhonda Nelson
4th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Closer by Rhonda Nelson

In The Closer by Rhonda Nelson, smart, compassionate and good-looking former army ranger Major Griffen (Griff) Wicklow, is beginning a new life as a civilian. His is known as “the closer” because he is able to turn the most difficult mission or task into a winning proposition. To his delight […]

REVIEW: Lost In Kakadu by Kendall Talbot
30th Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Lost In Kakadu by Kendall Talbot

In Lost In Kakadu by Kendall Talbot, Pretentious socialite Abigail and her husband take a trip to Kakadu,an Australian jungle with a handful of people which include Mackenzie Steel and his partner. They manage to reach there destination but unfortunately the plane crashes during landing and everyone ends dead except […]