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REVIEW: Summer Nights with a Cowboy by Caitlin Crews
3rd Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Summer Nights with a Cowboy by Caitlin Crews

Summer Nights with a Cowboy by Caitlin Crews finds traveling nurse Janie Atwood in Cold River. Having been raised by her maternal grandparents, she never knew who her father was. Upon their deaths, her grandparents left her a clue as to where she could find him, which led her to accepting […]

REVIEW: Marked for Revenge by Delores Fossen
29th Jan / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Marked for Revenge by Delores Fossen

Marked for Revenge by Delores Fossen is the fourth book in the Silver Creek Lawmen: Second Generation series. I haven’t read any of the other books in the series, and while I felt like some of the characters may have been introduced in other books, I didn’t feel like I was […]

REVIEW: Missing in Texas by Karen Whiddon
22nd Jan / 10 Comments

REVIEW: Missing in Texas by Karen Whiddon

In Missing in Texas by Karen Whiddon, Edie Beswick’s adopted daughter is kidnapped the same day Jake Cassin comes to town, looking for his down daughter that had been abducted four years ago. They both suspect that the little girl is the same one. They decide to team up to […]

REVIEW: Watchers of the Night by Charlene Parris
9th Jan / 7 Comments

REVIEW: Watchers of the Night by Charlene Parris

  Watchers of the Night by Charlene Parris Watchers of the Night by Charlene Parris is the first book of the Night Guardians series. The Chariots of Chrome Motorcycle Club, comprised of both current and former law enforcement, do their best behind the scenes to keep the town safe. But […]

REVIEW: Fling with the Reclusive Billionaire by Susan Meier
5th Jan / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Fling with the Reclusive Billionaire by Susan Meier

In Fling with the Reclusive Billionaire by Susan Meier, Lola Evans was hired to be the ghost writer for tech billionaire Grant Laningham. The idea was to write and publish a book from Grant’s point of view in five weeks, to beat an unflattering one being written about him by […]

REVIEW: The Fearless One by Lori Foster
31st Dec / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Fearless One by Lori Foster

The Fearless One by Lori Foster is the second book in the Osborn Brothers series. While I did feel like I was missing some background on some of the minor background characters that I felt were probably introduced in the first book of the series, it didn’t impact my overall […]

REVIEW: Technically Yours by Denise Williams
30th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Technically Yours by Denise Williams

In Technically Yours by Denise Williams, Pearl Harris had run from her job because she was attracted to her boss but didn’t want to put her heart before her mind. The attraction was mutual. Seven years later, she’s back in town and is working at OurCode, a non-profit that attempts […]

REVIEW: Deception at Dixon Pass by Cindi Myers
20th Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Deception at Dixon Pass by Cindi Myers

Deception at Dixon Pass by Cindi Myers is the first book in the Eagle Mountain: Critical Response series, and what a start it was. Scientist and search-and-rescue volunteer Grace Wilcox finds a naked man wondering around on Eagle Mountain. He doesn’t remember who he is or why he’s there, but […]

REVIEW: The Christmas Wish by Sharon Sala
17th Dec / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Christmas Wish by Sharon Sala

The Christmas Wish by Sharon Sala is a little hard to describe. If you read the blurb, it’s supposed to be about Wade Montgomery and Bridgette “Birdie” Knox. The blurb is misleading, because while there are parts of chapters devoted to Wade and Birdie, the chapters are also divided into multiple […]

REVIEW: Garrett’s Destiny by Rebecca Zanetti
16th Dec / 9 Comments

REVIEW: Garrett’s Destiny by Rebecca Zanetti

In Garrett’s Destiny by Rebecca Zanetti, Destiny Applegate has a brain tumor and doesn’t have much time left, so when Garrett Kayrs invites her to take a trip with him, she willing hops on the back of his motorcycle. It helps that she recognized him from a dream. But then […]