Tag: 5 Stars


REVIEW: Lawman with a Cause by Delores Fossen
13th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Lawman with a Cause by Delores Fossen

Lawman with a Cause (The Lawmen of McCall Canyon Book 3) by Delores Fossen: Sheriff Egan McCall is on his way home when he sees a truck parked on the side of the road with its emergency lights flashing. He recognizes that truck. It belongs to his high school sweetheart, Jordan […]

REVIEW: Promises by Aleatha Romig
11th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Promises by Aleatha Romig

Promises by Aleatha Romig: While Araneae knows so much more than she did before meeting Sterling, there are still so many unanswered questions. Being thrown into a whole new world requires many adjustments, for both Araneae and Sterling. With their strong personalities, they clash from time to time especially as Araneae […]

REVIEW: My Bought Virgin Wife by Caitlin Crews
9th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: My Bought Virgin Wife by Caitlin Crews

My Bought Virgin Wife by Caitlin Crews is a sexy marriage of convenience romance for a French aristocratic daughter, and a Spanish businessman looking for a society status upgrade – and finding love in the bargain. Imogen Fitzalan is a French heiress who hasn’t had a very happy life. Her […]

REVIEW: Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor
6th Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor

Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor: Masterfully constructed tale! As she lay dying from cancer, Beth Kincaid begged her daughter, Lucy, to spread her ashes in Virginia. She couldn’t explain why, but she was insistent. After she passed away, Lucy discovered she has inherited a house located in her mother’s hometown. […]

REVIEW: Home Again by Shirlee McCoy
5th Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Home Again by Shirlee McCoy

Home Again: This is the first Shirlee McCoy novel I’ve read, but if this book is any indication, I’d say this series is in my wheelhouse. The story is centered around Porter, who just lost his brother in a tragic accident, while his sister-in-law, Sunday, lies in a coma, leaving […]

REVIEW: The One You Fight For by Roni Loren
4th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The One You Fight For by Roni Loren

The One You Fight For by Roni Loren: Taryn has dedicated her life and research to developing interventions and ways to try to prevent school shootings. Her own life and that of her friends, schoolmates, and family was affected by a school shooting at her prom. She’s still dealing with the […]

REVIEW: Cowboy Brave by Carolyn Brown
3rd Jan / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Cowboy Brave by Carolyn Brown

Cowboy Brave () by Carolyn Brown: Emily Baker, Activities Director at Oakmont Retirement Center, wants nothing to do with cowboys or ranches. “Been there, done that!” That’s not stopping the Fab Five, seniors at the center, from begging for a field trip to a ranch. Somehow Emily just can’t tell them […]

REVIEW: #Awestruck by Sariah Wilson
1st Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: #Awestruck by Sariah Wilson

#Awestruck by Sariah Wilson: Ashton is smart, ambitious, and loves sports, especially football. She dreams of becoming the first woman as an on-air announcer during football games, and she’s hoping her current internship takes her one step closer to finally achieving that dream. After being crushed and humiliated and then […]

REVIEW: Snowbound with the Single Dad by Cara Colter
31st Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Snowbound with the Single Dad by Cara Colter

Snowbound with the Single Dad by Cara Colter: Grandpa McGregor has decided he is hosting an Old-Fashioned Christmas. One thing though – he neglected to tell his granddaughter Noelle McGregor about it. Noelle has been a bit concerned about her grandpa since Grandma McGregor passed away a few months ago. Grandpa […]

REVIEW: Wrangler’s Rescueby B.J. Daniels
25th Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Wrangler’s Rescueby B.J. Daniels

Wrangler’s Rescue (The Montana Cahills #7) by B.J. Daniels: A phone call was put through to his office. Sheriff Flint Cahill was shocked to hear the West Indies accent of the police commissioner on the Caribbean island of St. Augusta. Even more shocking and devastating was the reason for this […]