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REVIEW: The Do-Over by Bethany Turner
17th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Do-Over by Bethany Turner

The Do-Over by Bethany Turner: When McKenna is summoned to the boardroom at Wallis, Monroe and Burkhead she pretty much expects to be named senior partner, however the very last thing that she could have expected was to be told that not only is she not going to be named the […]

REVIEW: A Little Moore Action by Sara L. Hudson
12th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Little Moore Action by Sara L. Hudson

A Little Moore Action by Sara L. Hudson: Chase is the black sheep in the Moore family as the spare he never really bothered to conform to his fathers norms, especially when he created the wildly successful spin on the hot or not app. But now with the family business on […]

REVIEW: The Accidental Countess by Emma Hart
10th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Accidental Countess by Emma Hart

The Accidental Countess by Emma Hart: The last thing Eva could have ever imagined was that she would end up married and to an Earl no less, but with her family hotel The Fox and Hound in dire need of a cash injection Eva doesn’t even think twice in agreeing to […]

REVIEW: Sadie on a Plate by Amanda Elliot
8th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Sadie on a Plate by Amanda Elliot

Sadie on a Plate by Amanda Elliot: For Sadie food is life, so when she has a very messy and public break up with her boss, a famous chef, she can’t help but fear that her dreams of making it big in the culinary world are on the brink of ruin. […]

REVIEW: Mr. Wrong Number by Lynn Painter
4th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Mr. Wrong Number by Lynn Painter

Mr. Wrong Number by Lynn Painter: Olivia Marshall has the worst luck of all time, if there is something that could go wrong, it would definitely happen to her! So when she gets fired and then accidentally burns down her apartment building while torching a few love letters from her ex, […]

REVIEW: Hook, Line, and Sinker by Tessa Bailey
1st Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Hook, Line, and Sinker by Tessa Bailey

Hook, Line, and Sinker by Tessa Bailey: Always the supporting actress but never the leading lady, this is how Hannah Bellinger has always felt and for the most part she has been happy to play the role of hype guy and to stay out of the spot light but something changed […]

REVIEW: On The Honey Side by Staci Hart
24th Feb / 1 Comment

REVIEW: On The Honey Side by Staci Hart

On The Honey Side by Staci Hart: Daisy Blum has long since resigned herself to living the quiet loveless life, after all with her family cures its safer to keep her heart locked up instead of having it crushed all over again by the loss of a loved one. However if […]

REVIEW: Up in Smoke by Kate Meader
21st Feb / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Up in Smoke by Kate Meader

Up in Smoke by Kate Meader: All her life Abby Sullivan has wanted to be just like her parents, so after four years as a paramedic she is now made her way to being a rookie firefighter at her mothers fire house. So to say that her dream is finally coming […]

REVIEW: The Reunion  by Meghan Quinn
19th Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Reunion by Meghan Quinn

The Reunion by Meghan Quinn: When Peggy and Martin Chase requested that their three kids return home to help celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary they definitely did not expect things to end up being so chaotic. However with all three Chase kids back in town its a sure fire way to […]

REVIEW: The Rake by L.J. Shen
18th Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Rake by L.J. Shen

The Rake by L.J. Shen: With all of her close friends having settled down with doting husbands and cute little chubby babies, Emmabelle can’t help but want that same feeling of belonging and family, well what she really wants is to have a baby without the drama of getting married or […]