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REVIEW: How to Tame a King by Juliette Hyland
7th May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: How to Tame a King by Juliette Hyland

In How to Tame a King by Juliette Hyland, King Sebastian needs a wife. His brother had a publicized lottery to find his wife, which turned out to be a love match. So Sebastian pulls a name out from one of the potential brides that were in the lottery. When […]

REVIEW: Their Last Resort by R.S. Grey
3rd May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Their Last Resort by R.S. Grey

Their Last Resort by R.S. Grey: The need for some stability and family is what brought adventure lover Paige Young to Siesta Playa, but the beautiful weather and her new found family is what keeps her at the lovely island resort. That and the love hate relationship that she has […]

REVIEW: The Other Side of Disappearing by Kate Clayborn
1st May / 5 Comments

REVIEW: The Other Side of Disappearing by Kate Clayborn

In The Other Side of Disappearing by Kate Clayborn, When Jess Greene was twenty-one, her flighty mother Charlotte took off with con man Lynton Baltimore, leaving Jess to take care of her eight-year-old half-sister Tegan. And since then, she’s kept as much of the truth about their mom’s disappearance from […]

REVIEW: Love You, Mean it by Jilly Gagnon
30th Apr / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Love You, Mean it by Jilly Gagnon

In Love You, Mean it by Jilly Gagnon, Ellie Greco is proud (most days) to have taken over running her family’s Milborough, Massachusetts, Italian deli after the untimely death of her beloved father five years ago. She enjoys the camaraderie with her customers. She likes offering delicious food that brings […]

REVIEW: Unbuttoning the Bachelor Doc by Deanne Anders
30th Apr / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Unbuttoning the Bachelor Doc by Deanne Anders

Unbuttoning the Bachelor Doc by Deanne Anders is the first book in the Nashville Midwives series. Dr. Jared and midwife Skylar have clashed since he joined his father’s medical practice. He’s standoffish, while she’s bubbly, outgoing, and does everything she can to crack Jared’s tough exterior. So when his father […]

REVIEW: Wild Love by Elsie Silver
29th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Wild Love by Elsie Silver

Wild Love by Elsie Silver: Rosie Belmont should be the absolute last person that Ford has any unpure thoughts about, after all he has known her his entire life and she is his best friends little sister. But for as long as Ford can remember Rosie has driven him mad, […]

REVIEW: Effie Olsen’s Summer Special by Rochelle Bilow
26th Apr / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Effie Olsen’s Summer Special by Rochelle Bilow

In Effie Olsen’s Summer Special by Rochelle Bilow, When Effie Olsen left her hometown, tiny Alder Isle in Maine, just after graduation, she had her eyes set on becoming a chef and traveling to as many countries and big cities as possible. Sixteen years later, she’s made that dream come […]

REVIEW: Hate Mail by Donna Marchetti
25th Apr / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Hate Mail by Donna Marchetti

Hate Mail by Donna Marchetti: From the time they were in fifth grade Naomi and Luca have had a cute and playful pen-pal rivalry, over the years their banter began to grow into a more meaningful friendship that stood the test of time and distance. Well that is until two […]

REVIEW: Flirty Little Secret by Jessica Lepe
24th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Flirty Little Secret by Jessica Lepe

In Flirty Little Secret by Jessica Lepe, school counselor Lucy Galindo struggles with depression, anxiety, and insecurities. But online? Her persona of @TheMissGuidedCounselor is confident, bold, and filled with advice. She is the person Lucy could portray in real life.