Tag: 4.5 Stars


REVIEW: Cold & Deadly by Toni Anderson
24th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Cold & Deadly by Toni Anderson

Cold & Deadly by Toni Anderson is an exciting romantic suspense novel and the first in her new series Cold Justice: Crossfire. When Ava Kanas’s FBI mentor retired agent Van Santos dies, she’s determined to prove that it wasn’t a suicide despite what the evidence appears to show. While attending his […]

REVIEW: Catching the CEO by Victoria Davies
23rd Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Catching the CEO by Victoria Davies

In Catching the CEO (The Billionaire’s Second Chance #3) by Victoria Davies, Damien Reid and Caitlyn Brooks are rival CEO’s for their family pharmaceutical companies. However, during a week long conference, they find themselves giving into the strong chemistry that exists between them. Yet, on returning home, things were meant […]

REVIEW: Pregnant by the Playboy Surgeon by Lucy Ryder
21st Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Pregnant by the Playboy Surgeon by Lucy Ryder

In Pregnant by the Playboy Surgeon by Lucy Ryder, ER doctor Danielle Stevens has worked hard to put her unhappy marriage behind her. She doesn’t have time for distractions, but she can’t seem to resist gorgeous surgeon Dylan St. James. But when they spend an incredible night together, Danielle never […]

REVIEW: Need Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates
19th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Need Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates

Need Me, Cowboy by Maisey Yates is the sixth story in her Copper Ridge: Desire series where cowboys and ranchers meet strong women who confound and inspire them in sexy and thoroughly entertaining romances. Faith Grayson is an accomplished architect and key to her family’s business success in custom designing […]

REVIEW: Next Door Knight by Nicole Flockton
15th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Next Door Knight by Nicole Flockton

In Next Door Knight (Man’s Best Friend #2) by Nicole Flockton, all Caleb Bradshaw wants is to be left alone, but it seems the neighbor’s dog isn’t going to allow that to happen. Even worse, when his gorgeous neighbor asks him for a favor to babysit her father, he finds […]

REVIEW: Heart of the Devil by Meghan March
12th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Heart of the Devil by Meghan March

In Heart of the Devil (The Forge Trilogy #3) by Meghan March , Jericho Forge has been up against some extremely unfavorable odds in his life and has always come out on top. If there’s anything he’s learned over the years, it’s how to win. At any cost. But a spitfire […]

REVIEW: Faking Forever by Catherine Bybee
11th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Faking Forever by Catherine Bybee

In Faking Forever (First Wives #4) by Catherine Bybee, Going to Mexico to photograph a wedding sounds like a much needed vacation to the former first lady of California, photographer Shannon Wentworth. Since her divorce, she’s been nursing a broken heart and feeling restless–until she makes a plan to become […]

REVIEW: Bayside Escape by Melissa Foster
8th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Bayside Escape by Melissa Foster

Bayside Escape by Melissa Foster finds Violet Vancroft reunited with the only man she ever loved, physician Andre Shaw. Two years earlier she ran from his proposal, afraid to put down roots. A chance reunion makes the pair face the past and see if they have a future.

REVIEW: Mr. One-Night Stand by Rachael Stewart
8th Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Mr. One-Night Stand by Rachael Stewart

Mr. One-Night Stand by Rachael Stewart: Out of character won’t come back to bite you, right? After all it is only once, only one night. At least that is what Jennifer Hayes thought. After the day/week/month she had been having she deserved this. One night, one night of pure unadulterated fun.

REVIEW: The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves
6th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves

In The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves, Going to the University of Illinois for a degree in English was a pretty scary thing for Annika Rose to navigate. She’s not exactly shy. She’s just never understood all the rules of how to behave socially–which makes even […]