Tag: Valerie


REVIEW: Scoring Position by Joanne Rock
13th Jun / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Scoring Position by Joanne Rock

Scoring Position by Joanne Rock: The Ramsey boys are at is again, or is it still. Wes Ramsey has been after Emma since they were in high school, but now years later will he be able to catch her again? Emma Garcia had lead an adventurous life for sure when […]

REVIEW: Scandalous Reunion by Jules Bennett
26th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Scandalous Reunion by Jules Bennett

Scandalous Reunion by Jules Bennett: What do you do when you run into the person who broke your heart 16 years ago? Especially when that person is working for one of the people you hate most in the world? Sam Hawkins didn’t know the answer to that question. When his […]

REVIEW: Claimed by a Steele  by Brenda Jackson
20th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Claimed by a Steele by Brenda Jackson

Claimed by a Steele by Brenda Jackson: A trucker and a reporter, interesting combo but like onions both have many layers and are certain to make you cry as they peel each other back to gain the “true” them. Delphine Ryland was young, but had lived so much that she might […]

REVIEW: After Hours Seduction by Janice Maynard
18th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: After Hours Seduction by Janice Maynard

After Hours Seduction by Janice Maynard It’s one of the hardest things to do when you break up with your boyfriend because as much as you love him there is no future. It’s made even harder when you work for him.

REVIEW: Intoxicated by Taryn Belle
15th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Intoxicated by Taryn Belle

Intoxicated  by Taryn Belle: Sometimes all it takes is one moment, one look and you know. Laina Rose felt that way when she took one look at that man, the one who was in her spot. Then again could she really call it her spot? This was supposed to be her […]

REVIEW: An Unexpected Scandal by Jules Bennett
8th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: An Unexpected Scandal by Jules Bennett

An Unexpected Scandal by Jules Bennett: One night to ease the hurt, that was really all it was meant to be. They could remain friends and still work together. It was just one night. Silvia Lane kept trying to tell herself this was why she was sticking to the straight and […]

REVIEW: A Simple Wedding by Leigh Duncan
3rd May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: A Simple Wedding by Leigh Duncan

A Simple Wedding by Leigh Duncan : Deception at it’s core is evil. There are all sorts of reasons that people use it, how they justify it, everything. However nothing changes the fact that deception is evil. Jennifer Longley knew all of that, she really did, but she also knew […]

REVIEW: The Dating Dare  by Barbara Dunlop
2nd May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Dating Dare by Barbara Dunlop

The Dating Dare by Barbara Dunlop: Do you ever get into such a rut in your life that you just want to pick up and make an entirely new life for yourself? Natasha Remington wasn’t even thirty yet and her she was sitting at her country club, stood up by […]