Tag: Maria Rose


REVIEW: Her Naughty Holiday by Tiffany Reisz
21st Oct / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Her Naughty Holiday by Tiffany Reisz

Her Naughty Holiday by Tiffany Reisz: After reading (and loving!) Her Halloween Treat by Tiffany Reisz, the first in her holiday-themed romance series Men at Work, I was anxious to get my hands on Her Naughty Holiday. Set in the same tranquil and idyllic locale of lakeside Oregon, it’s a great […]

REVIEW: Claiming His Christmas Consequence by Michelle Smart
10th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Claiming His Christmas Consequence by Michelle Smart

      Claiming His Christmas Consequence by Michelle Smart: Princess Catalina of the House of Fernandez, the ruling royal family of Monte Cleure knows her duty – to remain pure, and acquiesce to a marriage of her father The King and her brother Prince Dominic’s choosing. Her one night of […]

REVIEW: A Diamond for del Rio’s Housekeeper by Susan Stephens – HQN
7th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Diamond for del Rio’s Housekeeper by Susan Stephens – HQN

A Diamond for del Rio’s Housekeeper by Susan Stephens: Fortunes turned in Rosie’s favour when the young orphaned woman found a place as a housekeeper and companion for Dona Anna, on the small but lush island of Isla Del Rey. When the elderly woman passed away, she bequeathed the island, including […]

REVIEW: His Illegitimate Heir by Sarah M. Anderson – HQN
26th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: His Illegitimate Heir by Sarah M. Anderson – HQN

His Illegitimate Heir is book 6 of the Beaumont Heirs series by Sarah M. Anderson Each book can be read as a standalone, though as expected later books will reveal some details of earlier ones. Hardwick Beaumont left quite the legacy of legitimate – and illegitimate- offspring, and it’s finally Zeb Richards […]

REVIEW: Her Halloween Treat by Tiffany Reisz
24th Sep / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Her Halloween Treat by Tiffany Reisz

Her Halloween Treat is the first of three Harlequin Blaze books in the Men at Work series by Tiffany Reisz. If the next ones in the series are as good as this one, they’ll get top billing on my bookshelf as fun, sexy reads starring down to earth blue-collar heroes. […]

REVIEW: All I Want by Nicole Helm
30th Aug / 5 Comments

REVIEW: All I Want by Nicole Helm

    All I Want by Nicole Helm: All I Want is the third story in Nicole Helm’s A Farmers’ Market Story series. I read the first two, All I Have and All I Am and enjoyed them both immensely. The author has the knack of writing entertaining, heartwarming and sexy […]

REVIEW: Claimed by the Cowboy by Sarah M. Anderson
24th Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Claimed by the Cowboy by Sarah M. Anderson

    Claimed by the Cowboy by Sarah M. Anderson is the third book in the Dynasties: The Newports series, written by different authors but all centered on the Newport and Winchester families, and their friends. In this story, old high school friends Lucinda and Josh meet up again. Lucinda is […]

REVIEW: His Royal Favorite by Lilah Pace
16th Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: His Royal Favorite by Lilah Pace

    His Royal Favorite by Lilah Pace is the concluding story in the duology that began with His Royal Secret. It’s not meant to be read as a standalone, as it starts directly after the first one ends. Having read and very much enjoyed the first part of James and […]

REVIEW: An Heir for the Billionaire by Kat Cantrell
15th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: An Heir for the Billionaire by Kat Cantrell

    An Heir for the Billionaire by Kat Cantrell: An Heir for the Billionaire is the second book in the Dynasties: The Newports series written by different authors but featuring connected families. After reading this one, I can honestly say that the author has done a great job of making […]

REVIEW: Not Over Yet by Amber Belldene
7th Aug / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Not Over Yet by Amber Belldene

Not Over Yet is the second story in Amber Belldene’s groundbreaking romance series Hot Under Her Collar, featuring female episcopal ministers and the complications of relationships (sexual and otherwise) while following God’s calling. They are not inspirational romances in the classical sense as they are sexy contemporary stories, but the […]