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REVIEW: Million-Dollar Mix-Up by Jessica Lemmon
21st Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Million-Dollar Mix-Up by Jessica Lemmon

Million-Dollar Mix-Up is the first book in author Jessica Lemmon’s new series, The Dunn Brothers. I really enjoyed this book. Kendall Squire is a Hollywood talent agent with only one actor to represent. Her former boss gave Kendall the list of the actors he represented when he retired but they […]

REVIEW: Murder on Prescott Mountain by Lena Diaz
14th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Murder on Prescott Mountain by Lena Diaz

Murder on Prescott Mountain by Lena Diaz is the first book in her new Tennessee Cold Case series. This is a fantastic opening story for this series. Willow McCray is a detective for the Gatlinburg Police Department. She has worked long and hard to reach that detective role. Her boss, Sgt. […]

REVIEW: Little Girl Gone by Amanda Stevens
5th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Little Girl Gone by Amanda Stevens

Little Girl Gone by Amanda Stevens is the first book in her Procedural Crime series. This is a gritty, surprising second chance romance. Thea Lamb is a FBI Special Agent who works in Washington DC on child disappearance cold cases.

REVIEW: Their New Year’s Beginning by Michelle Major
1st Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Their New Year’s Beginning by Michelle Major

Their New Year’s Beginning by Michelle Major is the first book in the Harlequin continuity series The Fortunes of Texas: The Wedding Gift. This is a super beginning. Emmaline Lewis has her life pretty much set. She inherited her grandfather’s antique shop which she has always loved.

REVIEW: Sleigh Bells Ring by RaeAnne Thayne
31st Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Sleigh Bells Ring by RaeAnne Thayne

Sleigh Bells Ring by RaeAnne Thayne is a heartwarming Christmas story. Annelise “Annie” McCade and her twin niece Alice and nephew Henry are having lots of fun having a snowball fight outside the residence at Angel View Ranch. Annie is the caretaker for the property and the twins are staying […]

REVIEW: First Kiss at Christmas by Lee Tobin McClain
30th Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: First Kiss at Christmas by Lee Tobin McClain

First Kiss at Christmas by Lee Tobin McClain is the fifth book in her Off Season series. I love the premise of this series. Kayla Harris is twenty-five years old and has never been kissed. Not because she isn’t pretty or a wonderful person. It’s been her own personal hangup […]

REVIEW: The Christmas Wedding Guest by Susan Mallery
29th Dec / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Christmas Wedding Guest by Susan Mallery

In The Christmas Wedding Guest  author Susan Mallery has two couples to whisk away to a Happily Ever After. Reggie Somerville is only back home in Wishing Tree, Washington for the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day to help her mother with her Christmas wedding plans. Reggie’s parents eloped […]

REVIEW: A Cowgirl’s Secret by Melinda Curtis
17th Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Cowgirl’s Secret by Melinda Curtis

A Cowgirl’s Secret by Melinda Curtis is book #9 in her Mountain Monroes series. The saga of the Harlen Monroe grandchildren has been fascinating. This latest addition was quite entertaining. Cassie Diaz lives with her brother Rhett and her grandfather on the Bar D Ranch in Second Chance, Idaho. Times are […]

REVIEW: A Little Christmas Spirit by Sheila Roberts
15th Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Little Christmas Spirit by Sheila Roberts

A Little Christmas Spirit by Sheila Roberts Lexie Bell is a single mom who has recently moved to the small town of Fairfield. She teaches kindergarten in the local elementary school. She is dedicated to caring for her six-year-old son Brock. Lexie almost married Brock’s father but that didn’t work out.

REVIEW: First Kiss at Christmas by Lee Tobin McClain
14th Dec / 1 Comment

REVIEW: First Kiss at Christmas by Lee Tobin McClain

First Kiss at Christmas (The Off Season #5) by Lee Tobin McClain: Kayla Harris is twenty-five years old and has never been kissed. Not because she isn’t pretty or a wonderful person. It’s been her own personal hangup since an incident in middle school. Middle school boys have been known to […]