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REVIEW: Snowbound with the CEO by Shannon Stacey
30th Oct / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Snowbound with the CEO by Shannon Stacey

Snowbound with the CEO by Shannon Stacey: From the moment Rachel Carter joined Blackstone Historical Renovations over five years ago, she new her professional life was going places. She worked her way up from the mail-room, determined to make a success of herself. For a little over a year now, she […]

REVIEW: Driving Her Wild by Meg Maguire
28th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Driving Her Wild by Meg Maguire

In Driving Her Wild (Wilinski’s #3) by Meg Maguire, newly retired professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Steph Healy, wants to settle down. She is thirty and her biological clock has just started to count down. For over a decade, Steph has dated men who were good-looking, financially unstable and […]

REVIEW: Her Last Best Fling by Candace Havens
25th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Her Last Best Fling by Candace Havens

Her Last Best Fling by Candace Havens: Journalist Macy Reynolds has lived a very exciting and independent life thus far, while sacrificing herself in search of the perfect story. Her parents and uncle were journalists, so writing is apparently an inherited trait. However, putting herself in harms way time after […]

REVIEW:  Crash Into Me (Shaken Dirty #1) by Tracy Wolff
21st Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Crash Into Me (Shaken Dirty #1) by Tracy Wolff

Crash Into Me (Shaken Dirty #1) by Tracy Wolff is the first book in her new Shaken Dirty Series and it is a sizzling page-turner. This is the story about the finally successful rock band Shaken Dirty, its members, a sister, and falling in love. Jamison Matthews was only thirteen when […]

REVIEW: Back in Service by Isabel Sharpe
20th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Back in Service by Isabel Sharpe

Back in Service by Isabel Sharpe is actually a novel about two couples finding love from their pasts. Ms. Sharpe writes from more than one point of view, which kept me on my toes and engrossed in the story. It is somewhat comical to believe that tripping over a stray […]

REVIEW: Tempting the Cowboy by Elizabeth Otto
16th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Tempting the Cowboy by Elizabeth Otto

Tempting the Cowboy by Elizabeth Otto: For being close to only thirty years old, former police officer, wife and mother, Rylan Frederikson has experienced a lifetime. She grew up happily on a ranch in Wisconsin and eventually migrated to the city of Madison, became a police officer and married a […]

REVIEW: No Desire Denied by Cara Summers
15th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: No Desire Denied by Cara Summers

No Desire Denied by Cara Summers: The prologue of this contemporary romance takes place in 1812, and provides the reader with some important history regarding the MacPherson family, of which the book is about. Events which include the love story of Eleanor and Angus MacPherson, the magical properties of the MacPherson […]

REVIEW:  Baiting the Boss by Coleen Kwan
13th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Baiting the Boss by Coleen Kwan

Baiting the Boss by Coleen Kwan: Sydney Australia city dweller Grace Owens, works directly for Lachlan Macintyre, the 80 year-old CEO and Chairman of Macintyre Inc., a huge construction conglomerate. She is in charge of Special Projects, which is actually a fancy title for glorified assistant or indentured servant. Lachlan […]

REVIEW: Leave the Lights On by Karen Stivali
11th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Leave the Lights On by Karen Stivali

Leave the Lights On by Karen Stivali: Parker Wood always dreamed of becoming a professional baseball player. He and his best friend Joey were on the fast-track to the MLB when Parker was severely hurt in an almost fatal car accident. He spent the following two years of his life […]

REVIEW: Rekindled Dreams by Linda Carroll-Bradd
9th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Rekindled Dreams by Linda Carroll-Bradd

Rekindled Dreams by Linda Carroll-Bradd: When I read the book blurb belonging to Rekindled Dreams by Linda Carroll-Bradd, I thought the novel would fall into the marriage of convenience category, which is one of my favorites and why I wanted to read the book in the first place. After being over […]