Tag: 4.5 Stars


REVIEW: Playing with Words by Kelly Elliott
3rd Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Playing with Words by Kelly Elliott

In Playing with Words (Boggy Creek Valley #2) by Kelly Elliott, New York Times best-selling suspense author Hudson Higgins is in a bit of a bind when he finds his way back to Boggy Creek, New Hampshire, leaving the bustle of NYC behind. The slower pace and nostalgic feel is […]

REVIEW: Claimed by J.R. Ward
2nd Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Claimed by J.R. Ward

In Claimed (The Lair of the Wolven #1) by J.R. Ward, Wolf behaviorist Lydia Susi has spent her career working to protect the wolf population, keeping humans from endangering their habitat and their future. And things have looked promising for them in the two years or so that she’s been […]

REVIEW: Off Limits to the Crown Prince by Kali Anthony
2nd Aug / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Off Limits to the Crown Prince by Kali Anthony

Off Limits to the Crown Prince by Kali Anthony is a beautiful story which is captured in moments, banter and wonderfully descriptive writing. Hired/Ordered (you decided) to paint Crown Prince Alessio’s coronation portrait, Hannah sparks disapproval from the moment they meet at his stiff and commanding ways.

REVIEW: A Good Day for Chardonnay by Darynda Jones
22nd Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Good Day for Chardonnay by Darynda Jones

In A Good Day for Chardonnay (Sunshine Vicram #2) by Darynda Jones, Sunshine Vicram is still new(ish) as the sheriff of Del Sol, New Mexico–although she knows her hometown and the lovely-but-offbeat people who inhabit it like the back of her hand. As she tries to make it through just […]

REVIEW: The Night That Changed Everything by Helen Lacey
22nd Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Night That Changed Everything by Helen Lacey

The Night That Changed Everything by Helen Lacey: Winona aka Winnie has been best friends with Grant since they were very young. They were there for each other through tumultuous childhoods and each gave the other a shoulder to cry on.Winnie has always wanted to get married and have a family. […]

REVIEW: Capture the Crown by Jennifer Estep
19th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Capture the Crown by Jennifer Estep

In Capture the Crown (Gargoyle Queen #1) by Jennifer Estep (7/6), As a survivor of the horrific Seven Spire massacre in her home of Andvari, Princess Gemma Ripley has spent the last sixteen years reflecting on what she could have–and should have–done to assist. To atone for her guilt and […]

REVIEW: Ghosts by Dolly Alderton
14th Jul / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Ghosts by Dolly Alderton

Ghosts by Dolly Alderton: Profound wisdom leaps off the pages as our protagonist Nina navigates a life thwarted with the perfect combination of liberation, self-reliance, security and absolute fear in Ghosts. Set in London, Nina progresses through an 18 month cycle in her early 30s, attempting to understand love, its gifts […]

REVIEW: Last Guard by Nalini Singh
14th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Last Guard by Nalini Singh

In Last Guard (Psy-Changeling Trinity #5) by Nalini Singh, As the face of her family’s thriving business in Delhi, Payal Rao is known for being ruthless and cold. Exactly what one would expect from a teleport-capable, telekinetic Cardinal Psy–well, pre-Silence that is. Since the fall of Silence, her fellow Psy […]

REVIEW: A Thin Disguise by Catherine Bybee
8th Jul / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Thin Disguise by Catherine Bybee

In A Thin Disguise (Richter #2) by Catherine Bybee, In Las Vegas on assignment, operative Olivia’s entire life changes in the blink of an eye. How she ended up one minute talking to a handsome man out on the strip and then the next minute in the ICU is anyone’s […]