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REVIEW: Anywhere for You by Abbie Greaves
13th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Anywhere for You by Abbie Greaves

Anywhere for You by Abbie Greaves: With a strong moral purpose and a backbone crafted on the personal strength it takes to move on, Anywhere for You is a slow burn read that tackles mental health, masculinity, and the loss of identity that occurs for the supporting and loyal others who […]

REVIEW: Second First Impressions by Sally Thorne
12th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Second First Impressions by Sally Thorne

In Second First Impressions by Sally Thorne, Ruthie Midona has her hands full at the moment. After working in the office at the Providence Retirement Villa for about six years, her vacationing boss has left her in charge of, well, everything. It’s nothing she can’t handle. But Ruthie really didn’t […]

REVIEW: His  Stolen Innocents Vow by Marcella Bella
12th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: His Stolen Innocents Vow by Marcella Bella

His Stolen Innocents Vow by Marcella Bella is an adventurous page-turner with a captivating and edge of seat opening chapter. With elements of high seas, pirates; two childhood friends, Drake and Helene go head-to-head in their mutual desire to wipe out Helene’s father’s tainted legacy.

REVIEW: Southern Heart by Natasha Madison
11th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Southern Heart by Natasha Madison

Southern Heart by Natasha Madison: Fresh out of nursing college Chelsea finds herself heading home to start her new life, however the last thing she expect was to find the man that she had been crushing on for years at her door all bruised and bloody. Mayson has been a part […]

REVIEW: From the Shadows by B.J. Daniels
10th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: From the Shadows by B.J. Daniels

From the Shadows by B.J. Daniels is the second book in her Buckhorn, Montana series. Beware The Crenshaw Hotel! They say it is haunted. Casey Crenshaw spent her summers at her grandmother’s hotel, The Crenshaw, in Buckhorn, Montana. She worked as a staff member there in her teens…until that summer, the […]

REVIEW: The Intimacy Experiment by  Rosie Danan
9th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Intimacy Experiment by Rosie Danan

The Intimacy Experiment by Rosie Danan: Naomi is all about encouraging a positive out look on sex and pleasure. After having the sex positive start up that she co-foundered get of to a brilliant start Naomi decides to extend her reach this time taking on the educational system, however when live […]

REVIEW: The Setup by Carol Ericson
9th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Setup by Carol Ericson

The Setup by Carol Ericson   is the first book in her Kyra and Jake Investigations series. Kyra Chase is a therapist and consistently acts as a victims’ rights advocate. That’s how she managed to get named to the task force formed to find a serial killer. The thoughts on this […]

REVIEW: Hummingbird Lane by Carolyn Brown
8th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Hummingbird Lane by Carolyn Brown

Hummingbird Lane by Carolyn Brown: Hold on to your heartstrings. Author Carolyn Brown has another heartwarming, deeply emotional treat in store for her readers. Sophia Mason and Emma Merrill were best friends growing up even though they came much different backgrounds. Emma lived in a mansion, the mansion where Sophia’s mother, […]

REVIEW: Unmasking the Secret Prince by Rebecca Winters
8th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Unmasking the Secret Prince by Rebecca Winters

Unmasking the Secret Prince by Rebecca Winters: Prince Alexandros was whisked into hiding by a close family aide after his parents were murdered and others took over Hellenia. He became Philip Dimas dyeing his hair a lighter color and wearing colored contac lenses. Most people thought the prince had been killed […]

REVIEW: Is It Any Wonder by Courtney Walsh
7th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Is It Any Wonder by Courtney Walsh

Is It Any Wonder by Courtney Walsh is the second book in the Nantucket Love Story series, but reading it as a stand-alone was no problem. This was a new-to-me author and I was astonished by how emotional and beautifully written it was. Lately, second chance romance has seemed boring to […]