Forward Pass by Desiree Holt: Shay Beckham grew up idolizing her brother’s best friend, star quarterback Joe Reilly. There was no one in their Texas town who had the moves to match Joe on or off the field. It’s not often I come across a book where I dislike both of […]
Once Upon a Cowboy by Maggie McGinnis: Maggie has written a touching story about running from your past and finding what you least expected. Jessalyn was an amazingly strong woman running from a terrible, heartbreaking past.
Feels Like Home by Lisa Ireland: I enjoyed the characters in this story. Ryan, a single father, struggled between the feelings he always had for Jo and if Jo was the best possible mother figure for his daughter, considering she had no desire to have children.
No Better Man by Sara Richardson: I found it hard to believe that this was Sara’s debut novel. It was well written and sucked me in from the beginning. Nothing was easy about Avery and Bryce’s relationship. She was trying to convince him to sell the ranch to her […]
Last of the Red Hot Riders by Tina Leonard: I can’t put my finger on what exactly caused it, but this book fell flat for me. I think part of it was the characters. We have Cameron, determined to become a bull fighter but who wants to own a special-needs […]
Redemption Falls (Littleton #1) by Kate Hewitt: I liked Linnea, and felt badly for her. When her daughter was two, she gave her to her mother to raise at her insistence. Linnea went in a downward spiral, never settling in one place too long, never making friends. It had to […]