Tag: 4 Stars


REVIEW: Untamed Billionaire’s Innocent Bride by Caitlin Crews
17th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Untamed Billionaire’s Innocent Bride by Caitlin Crews

Untamed Billionaire’s Innocent Bride by Caitlin Crews is a sensual romance with a fairy tale theme for  people who learn how to let love in. Personal assistant Lauren Clarke is used to doing her boss Matteo Combe’s bidding though traipsing through the dark forests of Hungary in search of his long […]

REVIEW: Greek’s Baby of Redemption by Kate Hewitt
16th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Greek’s Baby of Redemption by Kate Hewitt

Greek’s Baby of Redemption by Kate Hewitt Milly loves the peace and serenity she’s found while working as Alex’s housekeeper over the last six months. She loves the island and she doesn’t even mind his gruff demeanor since he’s at least honest. She’s smart, loyal, honest, hard-working, and great with […]

REVIEW: How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper
15th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

In How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper, Andrew’s job with the city council in London might seem dismal to some. But it means the world to him to be able to give those citizens who pass away with no next of kin a proper send off. It is […]

REVIEW: A Contract Seduction by Janice Maynard
15th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Contract Seduction by Janice Maynard

A Contract Seduction by Janice Maynard: What would you do to help the man you’ve secretly been in love with who just happens to be your boss? Lisette Stanhope had never thought that she would have to answer that question. She just figured she was going to take herself out of […]

REVIEW: Second Act by Nancy Herkness
12th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Second Act by Nancy Herkness

Second Act by Nancy Herkness is the second book in her Second Glances series. This is a second chance romance which I love to read. Jessica Quillen is a very dedicated verterinarian. Her clinic in Lower Harlem is always very busy. This means she really doesn’t have time for much […]

REVIEW: Boyfriend for Hire by Kendall Ryan
11th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Boyfriend for Hire by Kendall Ryan

Boyfriend for Hire by Kendall Ryan: Elle is smart, sweet, and has terrible taste in men. She’s recently out of a relationship with an idiot who made her always feel self-conscious about her body. Considering she dated her brother’s really good friend, she’s not exactly looking forward to her brother’s wedding. […]

REVIEW: Unexpected by Kelly Rimmer
10th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Unexpected by Kelly Rimmer

Unexpected by Kelly Rimmer: Abby is a planner. She needs control and stability in her life, and planning for every option in her ever-expanding binders helps to combat her anxiety. She has turned her love of video games into quite the career while still being passionate about her job. While her […]

REVIEW: Rescued by her Rival by Amalie Berlin
10th May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Rescued by her Rival by Amalie Berlin

In Rescued by her Rival by Amalie Berlin, when Beck Ellison ended up with the smokejumper position that Lauren Autry desperately wanted, she was disappointed. Still, she’s not one to give up on going after what she wants and what she wants is a spot on the team. So, she’s […]

REVIEW: The Sheikh Crowns His Virgin by Lynne Graham
9th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Sheikh Crowns His Virgin by Lynne Graham

The Sheikh Crowns His Virgin by Lynne Graham: Zoe is the last of her siblings to get married with their grandfather’s interference. She’s looking forward to learning more about her heritage and hopefully gain some independence and confidence. Zoe hasn’t quite come out of her shell as she battles anxiety and […]

REVIEW: The Trouble With Vampires by Lynsay Sands
8th May / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Trouble With Vampires by Lynsay Sands

In The Trouble With Vampires (Argeneau #29) by Lynsay Sands, Immortal Santo Notte should have known that he would finally find his life mate when he was least expecting it. And while on a stakeout in upstate New York, history professor Petronella Stone captures his attention and his heart from […]