Tag: 3 Stars


REVIEW: Reunited with His Long-Lost Nurse by Charlotte Hawkes
28th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Reunited with His Long-Lost Nurse by Charlotte Hawkes

Reunited with His Long-Lost Nurse by Charlotte Hawkes is the 4th. book in Harlequin’s continuity series, The Island Clinic. Talia Johnson is a nurse at the Island Clinic on St. Victoria Island in the Caribbean. Once upon a time she had a nursing job at Duke’s in North Carolina where she […]

REVIEW: Have We Met by Camille Baker
16th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Have We Met by Camille Baker

In Have We Met by Camille Baker, Corinne has returned back to Chicago after the death of her best friend. A dating app called Met mysteriously appears on her phone, telling her she’ll reconnect with four people from her past, one of which is her soul mate. Corrine doesn’t believe […]

REVIEW: For Vacation Only by Mila Nicks
3rd Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: For Vacation Only by Mila Nicks

In For Vacation Only by Mila Nicks, wealthy businessman Blake Mulligan gets left at the altar. Blake has always been predictable so he decides to do something he normally wouldn’t—he goes on his honeymoon cruise by himself. There he meets cruise singer Jubilee Collazo, who he convinces to become his […]

REVIEW: Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey
23rd Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey

Very Sincerely Yours by Kerry Winfrey: With a slow beginning that raced through to a more than romantic, two peas in a pod ending, Very Sincerely Yours captured some great themes of know they self and to face your fears, however seemingly insignificant to others.

REVIEW: Love for Beginners by Jill Shalvis
11th Jun / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Love for Beginners by Jill Shalvis

Love for Beginners by Jill Shalvis: I’ve been enjoying the Wildstone series, but I’m on the fence about this latest addition. Love for Beginners finds Emma, who awoke from a coma only to find her fiancé and best friend had fallen in love, learning to walk again. She quickly finds herself […]

REVIEW: The Summer of Lost and Found by Mary Alice  Monroe
4th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Summer of Lost and Found by Mary Alice Monroe

In a very ‘here and now’ context, The Summer of Lost and Found by Mary Alice Monroe travels through the early period of the global pandemic and manages to avoid the big P in politics as countries globally figured out their best game plan. For the US, and certainly the […]

REVIEW: The Road to Rose Bend by Naima Simone
9th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Road to Rose Bend by Naima Simone

In The Road to Rose Bend by Naima Simone, Sydney Collins finds herself back in the small town of Rose Bend, the town she swore she would never go back to. Newly divorced and pregnant, she wants her unborn child to grow up in the same tight-knit community she did, […]

REVIEW: Danger in Numbers by Heather Graham
8th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Danger in Numbers by Heather Graham

Danger in Numbers by Heather Graham begins with a truly gruesome murder. Florida State Police Special Agent Amy Larson and her partner John Schultz are called to the scene located just outside of the Everglades. Just as they are almost ready to leave the crime scene after the medical examiner has […]

REVIEW: Good Eggs by Rebecca Hardiman
8th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Good Eggs by Rebecca Hardiman

Good Eggs by Rebecca Hardiman: Set in scenic Dublin, Good Eggs captures the quirky dry warmth of a tri-generational Irish family; their flaws, forgivenesses and failings whilst reminding us that unconditional love is the powerful conrnerstone that holds us together. Recently unemployed and tackling the day-to-day realities of being a stay-at-home […]

REVIEW: Take a Chance on Me by Beth Moran
18th Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Take a Chance on Me by Beth Moran

Take a Chance on Me by Beth Moran: This was an author that was new to me, and the blurb sounded interesting but unfortunately, I found it hard to read. The pacing was very sporadic, and the storyline could have been developed better. Also, the storyline could have been more […]