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REVIEW: Friends With Benedicts by Staci Hart
9th Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Friends With Benedicts by Staci Hart

Friends With Benedicts by Staci Hart: Life has not been the easiest for Presley but she and her mother have always made it work just fine, with her summers in Lindenbach been a highlight, which is exactly why when things in California go south Presley packs up her family and head back […]

REVIEW: Her One-Night Secret by Traci Douglass
8th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Her One-Night Secret by Traci Douglass

Her One-Night Secret by Traci Douglass: This is exactly the type of promotion that Stacy Williams needs, it will give her and her son the stability that they both definitely need. As a firefighter Stacy is used to living with a bit of danger but taking on the role of fire chief […]

REVIEW: The Pediatrician’s Twin Bombshell by Juliette Hyland
3rd Jun / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Pediatrician’s Twin Bombshell by Juliette Hyland

The Pediatrician’s Twin Bombshell by Juliette Hyland: Paediatrician Tessa is so used to being all work and no play, after all her heart is saver if she doesn’t put herself out there. However there is just something about the charming night nurse Gabe that calls to her broken heart, maybe it’s because […]

REVIEW: A Kiss for a Kiss by Helena Hunting
2nd Jun / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Kiss for a Kiss by Helena Hunting

A Kiss for a Kiss by Helena Hunting: Jake Masterson could have had the professional hockey career players dream of but he gave it all up to be the best dad that he could be to his little girl Queenie, but now that Queenie is all grown up and on her […]

REVIEW: Dear Roomie by Kate Meader
31st May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Dear Roomie by Kate Meader

Dear Roomie by Kate Meader: If ever there was a person with the travel bug it would be Kennedy Clark, after the tragic death of both her parents Kennedy has preferred being on the move constantly. However when her only remaining relative grandma Edie needs a bit more assistance, Kennedy finds […]

REVIEW: Heart and Seoul by Jen Frederick
31st May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Heart and Seoul by Jen Frederick

Heart and Seoul by Jen Frederick: All her life Hara Wilson knew that she was different, not only did she look nothing like her adoptive parents but she always felt like there was something missing in her soul. However when her father suddenly dies Hara is faced with a few harsh […]

REVIEW: The Spy in 3B by Nana Malone
30th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Spy in 3B by Nana Malone

The Spy in 3B by Nana Malone Lyra is used to living dangerous, after all with her line of work a certain amount of danger is a given, however the last place she wants any drama or danger would be in her love life. Still recovering from a bad break up […]

REVIEW: Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur
25th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur

Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur: Brandon is a strong believer in true love, you know the kind that has such a strong spark no one can ever deny it. Taking his love for love one step further Brandon has used his passion for happily ever afters to create his own […]

REVIEW: Happy Endings by Thien-Kim Lam
21st May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Happy Endings by Thien-Kim Lam

Happy Endings by Thien-Kim Lam: Getting dumped sucks big time, especially when it happens via post-it note, but if anything it only motivated Trixie Nguyen even more to prove that her sex toy business is going to be a rip roaring success! This is exactly how Trixie finds herself moving to Washington, […]