Tag: 3.5 Stars


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 […]

REVIEW: Everything for You by Chloe Liese
1st Feb / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Everything for You by Chloe Liese

Everything for You by Chloe Liese: What happens when two complete opposites are forced together? Well in the case of Gavin and Oliver it becomes explosive in the best way possible, but things do not start of this way when these two professional soccer players are forced to work together. If […]

REVIEW: The Fortunes of Jaded Women by Carolyn Huynh
27th Jan / 7 Comments

REVIEW: The Fortunes of Jaded Women by Carolyn Huynh

The Fortunes of Jaded Women by Carolyn Huynh: With a frenetic pace that hits crazy crescendos, this family drama/romantic comedy follows the ancient family cruse of the Duong family of women who are destined to have daughters for multiple generations to come.

REVIEW: Missing in Texas by Karen Whiddon
22nd Jan / 10 Comments

REVIEW: Missing in Texas by Karen Whiddon

In Missing in Texas by Karen Whiddon, Edie Beswick’s adopted daughter is kidnapped the same day Jake Cassin comes to town, looking for his down daughter that had been abducted four years ago. They both suspect that the little girl is the same one. They decide to team up to […]

REVIEW: Fling with the Reclusive Billionaire by Susan Meier
5th Jan / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Fling with the Reclusive Billionaire by Susan Meier

In Fling with the Reclusive Billionaire by Susan Meier, Lola Evans was hired to be the ghost writer for tech billionaire Grant Laningham. The idea was to write and publish a book from Grant’s point of view in five weeks, to beat an unflattering one being written about him by […]

REVIEW: The Fearless One by Lori Foster
31st Dec / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Fearless One by Lori Foster

The Fearless One by Lori Foster is the second book in the Osborn Brothers series. While I did feel like I was missing some background on some of the minor background characters that I felt were probably introduced in the first book of the series, it didn’t impact my overall […]

REVIEW: Savage Lover by Sophie Lark
15th Dec / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Savage Lover by Sophie Lark

Savage Lover by Sophie Lark: Camille Rivers likes the simple life, she has never wanted to get involved with the rich and dangerous people around her, but with her father falling ill, their family mechanic shop barely making ends meet and now her younger brother getting himself tangled in the wrong […]

REVIEW: For Never & Always by Helena Greer
29th Nov / 5 Comments

REVIEW: For Never & Always by Helena Greer

For Never & Always by Helena Greer: Levi is not the same guy that he was the day that he left Carrigan Inn, after getting to explore the world, find himself and really grow into a man, he is home to win back the love his life, Hannah. Only problem being […]

REVIEW: Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros
13th Nov / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros

In Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros, Violet Sorrengail learned many things during her first year in the Rider Quadrant at Basgiath War College. The least of which was how to survive when the odds are stacked against you–something she was very familiar with considering her physical frailness compared to others […]