Tag: 3 Stars


REVIEW: A Valentine for Christmas by Reese Ryan
7th Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Valentine for Christmas by Reese Ryan

A Valentine for Christmas by Reese Ryan is the introductory book of the Valentine Vineyards series. Chandra Valentine’s father calls all his children to Valentine Vineyards, which he just purchased. In addition to starting up a vineyard, he announces he’s selling the currently family textile business and announces he discovered […]

REVIEW: Witcha Gonna Do by Avery Flynn
6th Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Witcha Gonna Do by Avery Flynn

Witcha Gonna Do by Avery Flynn: Imagine being the brown crayon in a pack full of rainbow colours, well this is how Tilda Sherwood feels in her family of super powerful witches! As the only non magical Sherwood, Tilda can’t help but feel like the black sheep of the family, so […]

REVIEW: All Roads Lead to You by Jackie Ashenden
3rd Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: All Roads Lead to You by Jackie Ashenden

In All Roads Lead to You by Jackie Ashenden, jewelry designer Bethany Grant moves from America to New Zealand for a new start. She finds everyone to be friendly, except for Finn Kelly, co-owner of an adventure guide business. She’s determined to win him over, like she has with everyone […]

REVIEW: The Second First Chance by Mona Shroff
22nd Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Second First Chance by Mona Shroff

In The Second First Chance by Mona Shroff, Riya Desai and Dhillon Vora were best friends during their childhood, until a tragic fire claimed the lives of Riya’s big brother and Dhillon’s father. The two drifted apart. Dhillon became a veterinarian to save animals like his dog was saved after […]

REVIEW: Merry Christmas Cowboy by Maisey Yates
19th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Merry Christmas Cowboy by Maisey Yates

Merry Christmas Cowboy by Maisey Yates is the second book in the Four Corners Ranch series. Book one was about Sawyer, and this time it’s about his younger brother, Wolf. After losing the girl he loved to a tragic accident when he was a teenager, Wolf swore he would never love […]

REVIEW: The Rivals of Casper Road by Roan Parrish
10th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Rivals of Casper Road by Roan Parrish

The Rivals of Casper Road by Roan Parrish: After he founds out that his boyfriend and his best friend were cheating on him, Bramble “Bram” Larkspur leaves all behind and moves to queer friendly Garnet Run to start a new life. There, he discovers Casper Road’s Halloween decoration contest, and […]

REVIEW: All This Time by Annabelle McCormack
29th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: All This Time by Annabelle McCormack

In All This Time by Annabelle McCormack, Samantha Redding has reluctantly returned to her hometown of Brandywood when her mother gets sick. Being back in town is the last thing she wants to do. Growing up, she felt like the whole the town judged her and her family. Now, she […]

REVIEW: Finding Gene Kelly by Torie Jean
15th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Finding Gene Kelly by Torie Jean

Finding Gene Kelly by Torie Jean finds Evie O’Shea living in Paris, far away from her disapproving mother, as she struggles to figure out what to do with her life as she deals with her endometriosis. Liam Kelly, the kid who she had a crush on that grew up to a […]

REVIEW: The Hookup Plan by Farrah Rochon
27th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Hookup Plan by Farrah Rochon

The Hookup Plan by Farrah Rochon finds pediatric surgeon London Kelley reuniting with her high school enemy, Drew Sullivan, at the class reunion. They’re both single and despite London’s obviously dislike of Drew, they agree to a one-night stand. When London finds out Drew is in town for several weeks because […]

REVIEW: With Love from Wish & Co. by Minnie Darke
12th Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: With Love from Wish & Co. by Minnie Darke

With Love from Wish & Co. by Minnie Darke: Marnie Fairchild always liked gifts. As a descendant of the famous Fairchild family, she yearns for the ability to take over the family store location. Ever since she started her gift-buying business, she aspired to have the chance to use the space. […]