Tag: 3 Stars


REVIEW: A Little Bit of Love by Synithia Williams
10th Jun / 6 Comments

REVIEW: A Little Bit of Love by Synithia Williams

In A Little Bit of Love by Synithia Williams, Sheri “Li’l Bit” Thomas has opened a restaurant in the place she had grown up in. With teenage crime on the rise, the business owners in the neighborhood come together to try to figure out a solution. Some want the kids […]

REVIEW: Flirty Little Secret by Jessica Lepe
24th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Flirty Little Secret by Jessica Lepe

In Flirty Little Secret by Jessica Lepe, school counselor Lucy Galindo struggles with depression, anxiety, and insecurities. But online? Her persona of @TheMissGuidedCounselor is confident, bold, and filled with advice. She is the person Lucy could portray in real life.

REVIEW: Highland Fling with Her Boss by Karin Baine
12th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Highland Fling with Her Boss by Karin Baine

In Highland Fling with Her Boss by Karin Baine, Bonnie is given the opportunity of a lifetime after leaving an abusive relationship; to live in a castle and run her own chocolate shop. But when she arrives at the castle, she discovers that the duke who had hired her had […]

REVIEW: Night for Day by Roselle Lim
11th Mar / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Night for Day by Roselle Lim

Night for Day by Roselle Lim: In a strange kind of Romeo & Juliette meets escape room meets Twilight Zone we quickly learn that Ward and Camille traded their happily ever after to pursue their dream jobs a few years back and in a strange twist of fate end up […]

REVIEW: Frostbitten by Rebecca Zanetti
9th Mar / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Frostbitten by Rebecca Zanetti

Frostbitten by Rebecca Zanetti is the sixth book in the Deep Ops series. While it can be read as a standalone, I do recommend reading them to gain a better understanding of the Deep Ops team and the secondary characters that make an appearance in this one.

REVIEW: Part of His Royal World by Nina Singh
6th Mar / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Part of His Royal World by Nina Singh

In Part of His Royal World by Nina Singh, when Arielle rescues a man from the ocean, the last thing she expects is for him to be a prince. Or to lose her job at a resort because of her heroic actions. When Prince Riko realizes this, he arranges a […]

REVIEW: Romancing the Rancher by Kate Pearce
17th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Romancing the Rancher by Kate Pearce

Romancing the Rancher by Kate Pearce is the sixth and final book in The Millers of Morgan Valley series. While it can be read as a standalone, I recommend reading them in order to gain a better understanding of the family dynamics. Plus, there’s an incident in the previous book that […]

REVIEW: Summer Nights with a Cowboy by Caitlin Crews
3rd Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Summer Nights with a Cowboy by Caitlin Crews

Summer Nights with a Cowboy by Caitlin Crews finds traveling nurse Janie Atwood in Cold River. Having been raised by her maternal grandparents, she never knew who her father was. Upon their deaths, her grandparents left her a clue as to where she could find him, which led her to accepting […]

REVIEW: Marked for Revenge by Delores Fossen
29th Jan / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Marked for Revenge by Delores Fossen

Marked for Revenge by Delores Fossen is the fourth book in the Silver Creek Lawmen: Second Generation series. I haven’t read any of the other books in the series, and while I felt like some of the characters may have been introduced in other books, I didn’t feel like I was […]

REVIEW: I see London by Chanel Cleeton
7th Jan / 7 Comments

REVIEW: I see London by Chanel Cleeton

I see London by Chanel Cleeton: When Maggie is unsuccessful at achieving her dream of attending Harvard she applies to an International University in London and takes the huge leap of living abroad, huge in the sense that she has had fairly limited life experience and her small town Southern […]