Tag: Contemproary


REVIEW: In Love and War by Tara Mills
25th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: In Love and War by Tara Mills

In Love and War by Tara Mills will keep you hooked from beginning to end and will take you on a beautiful emotional journey. Ariela Perrine is an interior designer, she is not looking for love, but fate has other plans for her. After her parent’s heart wrenching story, Ariela […]

REVIEW: Kirby by Samantha Anne
25th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Kirby by Samantha Anne

In Kirby by Samantha Anne, Rachel Sirianni dreams of becoming an editor in the publishing industry, but jobs in publishing are not easy to come by or easily acquired. But Rachel has a secret, she has an alter ego named Kirby, a sex-line operator. While Rachel follows the bad advise […]

REVIEW: Unattainable by Leslie P. Garcia
25th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Unattainable by Leslie P. Garcia

In Unattainable by Leslie P. Garcia, everyone, except the troubled teenage girls that stay at her ranch, knows Dell Rosales as a cold and unreachable woman. So when all intelligence points to Dell of using her ranch, which borders Mexico and Texas, to smuggle drugs into the US, very few […]

REVIEW: Along Came Trouble by Ruthie Knox
24th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Along Came Trouble by Ruthie Knox

In Along Came Trouble by Ruthie Knox Ellen Callahan is tired of the paparazzi ruining her plants while trespassing on her yard in order to get pictures of her neighbor and friend Carly. Ellen knows she can’t blame her, for her brother Jamie the pop star is the one at fault […]

REVIEW: The Wanderer by Robyn Carr
24th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Wanderer by Robyn Carr

In The Wanderer (Thunder Point #1) by Robyn Carr, Hank Cooper travels to Thunder Point, Oregon, after learning of his Army buddy Ben Bailey’s passing. He expects to be in town for about a week before moving on and finding a job piloting a helicopter but finds there’s more to […]

REVIEW: The Long Way Home by Mariah Stewart
24th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: The Long Way Home by Mariah Stewart

The Long Way Home by Mariah Stewart is a small town romance full of charming characters who you will easily fall in love with! Ellis Chapman is living a life of luxury. She has a high paying job working for her father’s investment firm and she is engaged to a man […]

REVIEW: Just for the Summer by Jenna Rutland
24th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Just for the Summer by Jenna Rutland

Just for the Summer by Jenna Rutland  is a beautiful and emotionally deep romance that will touch your heart. Dani Sullivan has gone to Lake Bliss for the summer. Her excuse is to write her latest cookbook, but she is there for another reason too, to find and see if […]

REVIEW: Ticket Home by Serena Bell
24th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Ticket Home by Serena Bell

I think it’s been a while since I’ve read something that has a character that I can really identify with and even understand the issues between the characters in a book. Ticket Home by Serena Bell, another installment of the Strangers on a Train series, is one of those books […]

REVIEW: Back on Track by Donna Cummings
24th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Back on Track by Donna Cummings

Back on Track by Donna Cummings: Ok, there was so much about this book that I liked! And one giant thing I didn’t like. So let me tell you what I didn’t like so I can get it out of the way and start gushing about this one. Ok, it’s a […]

REVIEW: Falling for Finn by Jackie Ashenden
23rd Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Falling for Finn by Jackie Ashenden

In Falling for Finn by Jackie Ashenden, Anna Jameson and Finn Shaw have been best friends for about twenty years, since they were in elementary school. After all they went through growing up, Anna trusts him more than any other person on earth. But now she must somehow explain to […]