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Review: How to Catch a Prince by Leanne Banks
6th Mar / 0 Comments

Review: How to Catch a Prince by Leanne Banks

“She had wanted one last chance with Max, but now she was feeling regrets. Every day with him was driving her crazy.” In How to Catch a Prince by Leanne Banks, Sophie Taylor has fallen for her boss Maxwell Carter. She is his wunderkind assistant while he designs new and […]

Review: Reservations for Two by Jennifer Lohmann
3rd Mar / 0 Comments

Review: Reservations for Two by Jennifer Lohmann

In Reservations for Two by Jennifer Lohmann, chef Tilly Milek is fulfilling her lifelong dream of owning her own authentic Polish restaurant in her hometown of Chicago. She trained for years first with her beloved grandmother, then in her mother’s restaurant, and finally in culinary school in New York. She […]

Review: Protecting What’s His by Tessa Bailey
2nd Mar / 0 Comments

Review: Protecting What’s His by Tessa Bailey

Protecting What’s His by Tessa Bailey, Ginger Peet and her sister Willa are on the run after taking some cash thattechnically doesn’t belong to them. They try to leave their troubled lives in Nashville behind them and find themselves in Chicago. After finding a beautiful new apartment and getting Willa enrolled […]

Review: Thrown by a Curve by Jaci Burton
26th Feb / 1 Comment

Review: Thrown by a Curve by Jaci Burton

In Thrown by a Curve by Jaci Burton, Alicia Riley is a woman who loves her job in sports medicine and working for her hometown baseball team. She’s confident in her job and who she is. That is until she must help the handsome star pitcher with his recovery process […]

Review: Brash by Nicola Marsh
25th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: Brash by Nicola Marsh

In Brash by  Nicola Marsh Jess Harper is filling in as a Vegas wedding planner for her ailing mother. She is trying to shed her good girl image and embrace the sultriness of the burlesque scene to create a one of a kind wedding. Having recently broken up with her […]

Review: Wolf with Benefits by Shelly Laurenston
23rd Feb / 2 Comments

Review: Wolf with Benefits by Shelly Laurenston

Wolf with Benefits by Shelly Laurenston is a sexy Paranormal Romance that doesn’t take itself too seriously Toni Jean-Louis Parker is spending the summer in Manhattan with her family. Her jackal shifter family that is, which is filled with prodigies of all types: musicians, a dancer, scientists, artists, etc. All except […]

Review: A Taste of Trouble by Gina Gordon
20th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: A Taste of Trouble by Gina Gordon

In A Taste of Trouble by Gina Gordon Self-taught baking prodigy Liv Crawford is fulfilling her lifetime dream of owning her own cupcake business. As she struggles to make it through the paperwork, inspections and financial barriers, her personal life is the furthest thing from her mind. That is, until […]

Review: Seven-Night Stand by Nicole Helm
18th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: Seven-Night Stand by Nicole Helm

Seven-Night Stand by Nicole Helm: Vivvy Marsh is a reality tv scout who has been sent to Demo, Kansas to check out the Harrington family aviation business. She needs this project to be a success or she risks losing her job. She is not sure what to expect when she arrives […]

Review: What Love Sounds Like by Alissa Callen
16th Feb / 1 Comment

Review: What Love Sounds Like by Alissa Callen

What Love Sounds Like by Alissa Callen: Mia Windsor is a speech pathologist who had speech problems of her own growing up. She has an absentee father, a giant in the corporate world, who never showed her any love or type of emotion. She has dedicated her life to her profession helping children […]

Review: The Downfall of a Good Girl by Kimberly Lang
16th Feb / 0 Comments

Review: The Downfall of a Good Girl by Kimberly Lang

The Downfall of a Good Girl by Kimberly Lang is a truly heartwarming enemies-to-lovers story Vivienne “Vivi” LeBlanc has been chosen as this years “Saint” in the Saints and Sinners Festival – a Mardi Gras fundraising competition. She is very passionate about her involvement in non-profit charities and feels honored […]