• Review: This Is Our Song The Shaughnessy Brothers, #4

    This is a fantastic romance that has the hot rock star running back to his family for help. No, he’s not a mama’s boy but he knows when he gets in over his head. That rockstar is Riley Shaughnessy. Savannah is a reporter who is sure Riley can’t be as...

  • Review: Sound Effects

    “Sound Effects” by L.J. Greene is part of the ‘Ripple Effects’ series and is a semi-contemporary adult romance. This story is a mesmerizing look at a group of people on the cusp of changes. Mel (Melody) Grayson is about to become a full-fledged lawyer...

  • Article: Cover Reveal: Sons of Devils by Alex Beecroft

    British scholar Frank Carew is in Wallachia to study the magic generator on nobleman Radu Vacarescu’s land. There, his party is attacked by bandits and his friends are killed. Pursued by a vampiric figure, he flees to Radu’s castle for help....

  • Review: The Blood Waltz

    “The Blood Waltz” starts out a two part story. Part two (“Selena’s Requiem”) is on shelves now and I encourage readers to be ready to get part two if they love part one. As a romance part one doesn’t deliver a Happily Ever After or a Happy for Now. To...

  • Review: Selena's Requiem

    “Selena’s Requiem” is the second book in a two part story. Readers will need to read “The Blood Waltz” first. I encourage readers to get both installments if they start this series as when book one ends they will be reaching out for part two and the finalization...

  • Review: Claimed by a SEAL Cancun Series Book #2.5

    KaLyn Cooper takes readers on a fast-paced, heart-racing yet heartwarming adventure with this military romance. The suspense begins basically from the first word and doesn't let up as Stacie Vandercoy and Jeff Lennon go undercover and under the covers....

  • Review: One for the Rogue The Bachelor Lords of London, #3

    Beau is a man with a plan. Outrun his responsibilities and live the way he sees fit. Emma is a woman with little choices. Her mission should she choose to accept it lies in convinces this rebel adventurer to live up to his full potential. She just has...

  • Review: Skip Trace Chaos Station, #3

    This was another great installment in the Chaos Station series. In this one the gang heads to the planet where Zed's family lives so that he can reconnect with them. Unfortunately the military isn't ready to let him go and they begin to make his life...

  • Review: Gabe 7 Brides for 7 Brothers Book 2

    The Legacy series shows that love is what makes a family. The Andrades and Barringtons showed the good, bad and ugly that bitterness and hate can do. The Lone Star series mixes laughter, love and hope with wonderful stories that continue to inspire and...

  • Article: Defended by a Highland Renegade $25 Amazon Card Giveaway From Vonda Sinclair

    Our lucky winner is Belinda Green! Comment Question: What draws you to Scottish romance heroes? Defended by a Highland Renegade - Highland Adventure Book 10 When Lady Mairiana MacKerrick witnesses her fiancé, Alec Lindsay, committing a murder three...

  • Review: In Loving Memory

    Although I didn't read the first adventure of Charlie and Shaun, I really enjoyed this time traveling tale. Charlie and Shaun are living their lives as he tries to figure out the present day world when quite suddenly they find themselves in England during...

  • Review: Twelve Days of Christmas

    “Twelve Days of Christmas” by Debbie Macomber is a heartwarming and fun story that will put one in the holiday mood. I love the contrasts between the bright and chirpy Julia and the stiff and somber Cain, not to mention the personable Bernie and patient...

  • Review: The Christmas Angel Project

    The Christmas Angle Project, by Melody Carlson, is a good book to read, share, and gift this season. Christmas books are always fun to read in the days leading up to the holiday. This story focuses on women- their troubles, journeys, and friendships....

  • Article: Exclusive Excerpt: Bridged by Love by Nancy Corrigan

    Nancy Corrigan continues her Ryal-Kagan Shifter world series with "Bridged by Love". As a small treat readers here on NOR get a free exclusive peek inside. Follow his head, he breaks her heart. Follow his heart...he breaks his pack. From the...

  • Review: To Spell With It Anna Wolfe Series, #3

    “To Spell With It”, what a fun title for a fun series. If you’re looking for a good fun paranormal romance, that has it all, then I suggest The Anna Wolfe Series. I’ve enjoyed them very much. Anna, a grand witch, is tied to Roman, a warlock. But her heart...

  • Review: Born of Legend The League: Nemesis Rising

    What can I say, Sherilyn Kenyon is an amazing author! She has a gift of projecting this vivid paranormal world that just wraps you up. Ms. Kenyon's gift is to make readers fall for tortured souls. An example is Julian En Anatole. I never thought I would...

  • Review: Shift Hot Rides, #2

    It took me a little to get into “Shift”. It was slow paced in the beginning, but it did pick up. Emery is an interesting character and his name is pretty unique for a guy. He’s got a lot of secrets, but he does his job well. Tori cracks me up. You can...

  • Review: Fools Rush In The Interstellar Rescue Series Book 3

    This book starts off right in the midst of action. The heroine Rayna is fierce and fiery in her cause and her fighting skills. Captain Sam is intrigued but also somewhat exasperated with her antics. I enjoyed the pace of the writing and the fantasy world...

  • Review: Kingpin Cartel Trilogy, #2

    “Kingpin” is book two in the Cartel Trilogy. I really enjoyed this dark and gritty read. If you are seeking a soft romance, then this series is not for you. However, if you enjoy walking on the dark side, like me, then any of Ms. Germain's fantastic stories...

  • Review: First Step Forward The Grand Valley Series, #1

    I enjoyed this book. It made me believe in love again. You can never stop looking love. It always appears when you least expect it. The characters were done well, some of the best I have read. Their lives were honest and touching. Sometimes getting lost...

  • Review: Burning Moon Destination Love, #1

    “Burning Moon” is an enjoyable book. It made me believe that there is always a happily ever after for everyone. After being left at the alter Lilly went on her honeymoon anyway and met the love of her life. She had the best adventure and couldn't believe...

  • Review: In Bed With the Billionaire Nine Circles, #5

    “In Bed With the Billionaire” had three right elements of an amazing novel. I competently enjoyed reading this book, but can’t say one of my all-time favorites. Jericho Turnpike is a multimillionaire who runs an underground operation. When he meets a...

  • Review: Worth Fighting For

    “Worth Fighting For” made me laugh, cry and want to choke a character along the way. Ellie thought that by moving away all of her troubles and heartache would be left behind. But the problem is, your past has a way of catching up with you when you least...

  • Review: Somebody Like You Maverick Junction series, #1

    How many of us would like to be an heiress who can buy anything you want except....? The author gives us a read where we have an heiress with all the money she could want but it can't buy her what she wants most...living. So she takes off to maverick...

  • Review: Her One True Love

    Rachel Brimble presents a sweet story in “Her One True Love”. The story is a journey for Jane, a young woman trying to heal her broken heart and find fulfilment helping needy children. This new drive and focus adds depth to Jane’s character and helps...

  • Review: Surprise! You're a Christmas Bride The Christmas Love List Book 1

    New to town, Bridal consultant Maisey Gates is hoping to make a few new friends for Christmas. She finds those new friends at a book club at a wine shop, where there’s more gossip and gab than actual reading. The girls introduce Maisey to ‘The Love List’....

  • Review: Christmas Country Wishes The Christmas Love List Book 4

    Registered Nurse Dakota Timmons leaves behind her city life and accepts a job in a much smaller, more homey town of Vine Grove. She begins attending a book club at a local wine shop, which in reality is a hub for gossip and wine tasting. It is here that...

  • Review: Sinner Space Gypsy Chronicles Book 2

    We find ourselves in a dire situation, and after the last book ending on a cliffhanger I was dying to read the next installment. It doesn’t disappoint. Oblivion is the new king of the ring in the Pit. Sure he’s a prisoner and doesn’t have any choice,...

  • Review: The Legendary Lord Playful Brides, #6

    I have been reading Valerie Bowman's "Playful Brides”, series from the beginning. There have been both books that I have seriously loved and those that I have not even liked. "The Legendary Lord" is somewhere in between myself enjoying this book and at...

  • Review: Cowboys Don't Come Out

    “Cowboys Don’t Come Out” by Tara Lain is a contemporary m/m romance story featuring Rand McIntyre, whose forced vacation to Maui with his parents has unexpectedly pleasant consequences. Unwillingly driven to pursue his attraction to Kai Kealoha, Rand...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Ana Simons

    Hi Ana. It's a pleasure to have you on today. Please tell us about your latest book, "Silent Signs" It's a story that explores the feelings of loss after the breakup of a marriage, the fears and thrills of finding love again, and the challenge of allowing...

  • Review: Island of Glass Guardians Trilogy, #3

    “Island of Glass” by Nora Roberts is a lovely mystical and romantic tale that draws one into a world where a mermaid walks on the land and loves a traveler and a werewolf ensnares an immortal while a sorcerer combines love and power with a seer. The magic...

  • Review: Rules of Contact A Play-by-Play Novel, #12

    This is a romance that everyone should be able to cheer for. While part of a series, you don’t have to have read any book in the series to thoroughly and completely enjoy this book. For those that do read the series, several members of the Riley and the...

  • Review: Glass Tidings

    I think this may end up being my favorite holiday story this year. Eddie had difficult childhood and has spent his adult life being mostly transient. He works various Renaissance faires at different times of the year and is currently on his way through...

  • Review: Damien's Christmas The Night Stalkers White House Book 6

    “Damien’s Christmas” by M.L. Buchman blends romance and suspense in a compelling seasonal tale that provides plenty of ‘aw’ moments along with exciting action scenes even as it gives a unique glimpse of some of the complicated maneuvering accompanying...

  • Review: Making Over Maris Wired, #3

    OMG this was such a guilty pleasure. It had so many layers and each revealed something steamier than the last. Jack is my hero and I absolutely adored his utter cluelessness. Armed with a flowchart for just about everything, he tackled what he viewed...

  • Review: Ostrich And The ‘Roo Furry United Coalition, #6

    Eve Langlais knows how to turn up the heat while maintaining the hilarity as she returns readers to the fantastic World of the FUC / Furry United Coalition. Mari is such a wonderful mixture of light and dark and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing her turn into...

  • Article: Serendipity of Fate Giveaway by Becky Banks

    Hi Readers, Today we have Becky Banks stopping on over to share her latest book and an awesome contest. Becky has partnered with It's All In the Dee-Tales for a fabulous giveaway. :) That store is located in Portland, OR...My hometown! Don't miss the...

  • Article: Miranda Liasson's Can't Stop Loving You $25 Amazon Card and an eBook Giveaway

    Enter to win a $25 Amazon Card and an eBook as Miranda Liasson celebrates the release of her book Can't Stop Loving You . Open To: Worldwide Comment Question: Tell us what you enjoyed from the "Can't Stop Loving You" book video. Can't Stop Loving...

  • Article: Jane Peden's Thoughts on First Impressions

    First impressions happen all the time. We have an initial reaction to another person based on their appearance, the sound of their voice, even where they are from or what they do for a living. Sometimes our first impressions are right on target. But other...

  • Article: A Slight Miscalculation by Deb Marlowe - Free Read

    This is a short story. It is not a full length book or novella. William Hampton, Viscount Worthe, prefers the remote stability and predictability of the stars to the perplexing changeability of people. An astronomer, he’s fashioned for himself a...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Miranda Liasson

    Hi Miranda! Thanks for stopping over and chatting about your latest book "Can't Stop Loving You". What is this book about and what is its theme? CAN’T STOP LOVING YOU is a second-chance love story about a couple who never really got the chance to make...

  • Review: Kept The Enforcers, #3

    “Kept” by Maya Banks has many of the elements that have made her a favorite of those who prefer dark erotic romances: a sinfully delicious alpha male with a penchant for BDSM, a naïve yet adventuresome young woman who is willing to be spoiled senseless...

  • Article: Cover Reveal: Bend by Nancy J. Hedin

    This book releases May 8, 2017 Lorraine Tyler is the only queer person in Bend, Minnesota. Or at least that’s what it feels like when the local church preaches so sternly against homosexuality. Which is why she’s fighting so hard to win the...

  • Review: Christmas in Cancun In Cancun, #1

    When Jack Girard’s sister-in-law shows up for the holidays he isn’t ready for the impact his brother’s widow and daughter have on him. Before he knows it he is spending time with her as they both aim to continue the family’s quest to discover Mayan treasure....

  • Review: Too Hot to Handle Romancing the Clarksons, #1

    You think your family is screwed up? Meet the Clarksons. They give new meaning to dysfunctional. And they are travelling cross country in an aged Suburban to fulfill their deceased mother’s last request; the possibilities are absolutely frightening. Our...

  • Review: The Viscount and the Vixen

    As much as I normally appreciate the defining romance that author Lorraine Heath pens, "The Viscount and the Vixen" was a historical-romance that I could not become involved with as the reader. I find this slightly disappointing because Heath as written...

  • Review: Wild at Whiskey Creek Hot in Hellcat Canyon

    I wasn't expecting to enjoy this as much as I did. I was a little bit leery because when you go into the story with the two main characters not really talking to each other -- welp, that's not usually super happy reading times. And I was also a bit wary...

  • Review: Wrong for Me Motor City Royals, #2

    “Wrong for Me” is just an amazing book. It’s as great as the first in the series. I really love with how the author continues this story universe. Levi is an ex-con. On the way home he decides that he is going to punish the person who put him in jail....

  • Review: Size Matters A Perfect Fit, #1

    Leah is a beautiful thick figures woman like myself with a sense of humor to boot. There's a running joke about Leah's color-blind kid brother that is both adorable and hysterical. While Leah can be critical about her weight, the majority of the flack...

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