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REVIEW: The Rule Book by Sarah Adams
25th Mar / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Rule Book by Sarah Adams

The Rule Book by Sarah Adams: If breaking into the largely male dominated industry of sports agents wasn’t hard enough, Nora had to go and make things just that much more complicated for herself or has she? The last thing that any good agent should do is get drunk and […]

REVIEW: Fish Out of Water by Katie Ruggle
21st Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Fish Out of Water by Katie Ruggle

Fish Out of Water by Katie Ruggle: There isn’t much that Dahlia wouldn’t do for her sister, so when her sister mysteriously disappears on a simple day hike, it is a no brainer for Dahlia to go looking for her, even if that means she has to dive head first […]

REVIEW: Ready or Not by Cara Bastone
20th Mar / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Ready or Not by Cara Bastone

In Ready or Not by Cara Bastone, One-night stands are not usually Eve Hatch’s style. But mere weeks after she went home with handsome bartender Ethan, she finds herself pregnant. Knocked up. And alone, basically. Because as much as her bestie Willa usually is there to support Eve through anything […]

REVIEW: Right on Cue by Falon Ballard
19th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Right on Cue by Falon Ballard

In Right on Cue by Falon Ballard, Emmy Harper grew up in Hollywood watching her parents–both famous actors–navigate their fairytale relationship with ease. So, it’s no wonder she grew up to become a romantic comedy screenwriter. Then her family got dealt a devastating blow four years ago. And while Emmy […]

REVIEW: How to Find Your Way Home
17th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: How to Find Your Way Home

How to Find Your Way Home: The deep sibling bond between Stephen and Emily, whose mother Alicia believes she is entitled to a better life than the modest one they were living is tested when their perfect family is ripped apart by more than just their mother’s affair. Thus, when […]

REVIEW: No Land to Light On by Yara Zgheib
16th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: No Land to Light On by Yara Zgheib

No Land to Light On by Yara Zgheib: When the President of the United States issued a travel ban from specific Arabic countries in the Middle East entering the US in 2017, Hadi, having only achieved refugee status from Syria 2 years prior is detained at the airport.

REVIEW: Kilt Trip by Alexandra Kiley
15th Mar / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Kilt Trip by Alexandra Kiley

Kilt Trip by Alexandra Kiley: As a travel consultant Addie Macrae is used to globe trotting to all kinds of fancy and beautiful locations, all except the picturesque Highlands of Scotland. Well that is until she is hired to help a struggling family-run tour company that specialises in Highland tours, […]

REVIEW: The Space Between Us by Melanie Summers
14th Mar / 7 Comments

REVIEW: The Space Between Us by Melanie Summers

The Space Between Us by Melanie Summers: Gwen Fox is obsessed with the mysteries of outer space. Gwen loves the unknown. The opportunity to explore more of the vast universe is all she has really ever wanted, but now with her funding about to be cut she needs to do […]

REVIEW: Happily Never After by Lynn Painter
13th Mar / 10 Comments

REVIEW: Happily Never After by Lynn Painter

In Happily Never After by Lynn Painter, Sophie Steinbeck has never really believed in the happily-ever-after type of love. But she thought she’d found a good compromise with her fiancé Stuart. They would be companions, best friends, and spend their lives together. Win-win. Until Sophie finds out Stuart cheated on […]

REVIEW: Picasso’s Lovers by Jeanne Mackin
12th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Picasso’s Lovers by Jeanne Mackin

Picasso’s Lovers by Jeanne Mackin: With a slight meandering opening, Picasso’s Lovers transports us to the earlier decades of the 20th century, wherein Alana, determined to use her writing talents despite the inherent gender prejudice of the time sets out on a journey of intrigue, relationships and artistic magic.