Tag: 4.5 Stars


REVIEW: A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole
8th Oct / 5 Comments

REVIEW: A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole

A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole: Immediately immersed in a magical reality defined by innocence, that only the ‘new to the neighbourhood’ meeting of two 5 year olds can bring, we are thrust into a world of deep friendship and an old-soul bond that neither Poppy or Rune care to […]

REVIEW: Claiming His Convenient Princess by Susan Meier
5th Oct / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Claiming His Convenient Princess by Susan Meier

Claiming His Convenient Princess by Susan Meier: Prince Liam is supposed to begin preparing for an arranged marriage since he is next in line to be the King in a small island kingdom. He had wanted to marry Lilibet, the love of his life. She broke off things for several strong […]

REVIEW: The Wake-Up Call by Beth O’Leary
29th Sep / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Wake-Up Call by Beth O’Leary

In The Wake-Up Call by Beth O’Leary, A little bit of workplace competition can be a good thing, right? In the case of Izzy Jenkins and Lucas da Silva, it will either prove to be what finally helps them get along or what pushes them apart for good. Because as […]

REVIEW: His Housekeeper’s Twin Baby Confession by Abby Green
29th Sep / 5 Comments

REVIEW: His Housekeeper’s Twin Baby Confession by Abby Green

His Housekeeper’s Twin Baby Confession by Abby Green: Running on pure instinct, Massimo hires dangerously thin and visibly worn out Carrie on the spot as his housekeeper. Four years later Massimo and Carrie face the inevitable head on and explore their mutual attraction that’s grown over the years for an agreed […]

REVIEW: Pity Party by Whitney Dineen
25th Sep / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Pity Party by Whitney Dineen

Pity Party by Whitney Dineen: Silk, lace, tulle. Veils, puffy white dresses and tiaras. All things that would make any girl giddy, but for bridal store owner Mellisa they are just a reminder that she is as single as a Pringle. Finding that true, long lasting love is proving to be […]

REVIEW: You Can Hide by Rebecca Zanetti
23rd Sep / 9 Comments

REVIEW: You Can Hide by Rebecca Zanetti

You Can Hide by Rebecca Zanetti takes place a couple months after the first book in the series, You Can Run, ended. FBI Special Agent Laurel Snow is back in her hometown of Genesis Valley, dealing with another serial killer. Once again, she is paired up with Huck Rivers, the […]

REVIEW: Finding Forever With the Single Dad by Becky Wicks
22nd Sep / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Finding Forever With the Single Dad by Becky Wicks

Finding Forever With the Single Dad by Becky Wicks: Lucie left home to go to medical school in America and then stayed away by going to various dangerous locales around the world helping. After a horrendous disaster in Peru, she knows she needs a temporary break to get herself together […]

REVIEW: Positively, Penelope by Pepper D. Basham
14th Sep / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Positively, Penelope by Pepper D. Basham

Positively, Penelope by Pepper D. Basham: Penelope loves theatre, in fact she loves all things vintage and creative, so it really is a dream come true when she is given a chance to do a paid internship on the island of Skymar for the islands oldest and most historical theatre. […]

REVIEW: Ghosted by Sarah Ready
13th Sep / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Ghosted by Sarah Ready

In Ghosted by Sarah Ready, If anyone in Jillian Nejat’s life thinks it’s ironic that she writes an advice column about love and relationships when she herself has spent many years alone, they’re nice enough not to mention it. They’ve also accepted the fact that Jilly can’t speak to men. […]