• Review: Elemental Mating An A.L.F.A. Novel, #1

    Milky Taiden shows just how sexy science is with this fantastic paranormal read. Melinda Caster is smart and sassy and her internal dialogue kept me smirking throughout the whole story. I loved that she seemed entirely capable of keeping herself out of...

  • Review: Spellbinder Moonshadow Book 2

    “Spellbinder” by Thea Harrison is the second book in the ‘Moonshadow’ series. I was mesmerized by the first book in this series and adored the combination of snark and fantasy that permeated it (I still snicker at the idea of ‘no’ gifs), so I was a little...

  • Review: Some Kind of Hero Troubleshooters Book 19

    Suzanne Brockmann is back with a brand new Troubleshooters novel and it's everything I hoped it would be. Once again we're thrown into an unusual situation with fascinating, believable characters and we are along for the ride as they try to work against...

  • Review: Beautiful Tempest Malory-Anderson Family Book 12

    The Mallory series is how I discovered Johanna Lindsey. She was one of the first authors I read where the women were as essential to the action as their male counterparts. At the time, there were not many historical romances with heroines who would risk...

  • Review: Lost In You The Monroes, #3

    “Lost in You” by Jules Bennett is a sweet romance that follows the friends-to-lovers progression of Macy and Liam, who each have plenty of issues. This is the final book in the series, so there are several cameos by the other Monroe brothers and their...

  • Review: Sandpiper Cove A Hope Harbor Novel

    Lexi and Adam are strange bedfellows, meaning unlikely characters to come together. But they do and I love the way Irene Hannon brings them together. This book is part of the Hope Harbor Novels. This is the first one for me. While an ex-con and a police...

  • Review: Semper Fi Cowboy Lone Star Leathernecks Book 1

    come alive as they work their way through problems, issues and life. Their interactions and Family and duty play a huge role in this fantastic western romance. The characters quickly memories of family members, community members and each other adds a...

  • Review: Seducing the Fireman Risky Business #3

    "Seducing the Fireman" written by Jennifer Bonds is a cute, sexy story. I felt like there were only two real characters in this story everybody was just the fluff to keeps things going!!! I also think this was fun and an easy story to read. There was...

  • Review: Jungle Rapture The Jaguar Queens Book 1

    "Jungle Rapture" is the first book in the Jungle Queens series written by M.A. Jewell, who is a new author to me. I’m awfully glad I picked up this book, and the only negative thing I have to say is that I was bummed that it was so short. It’s one of...

  • Review: His Guilt The Amish of Hart County, #2

    When you think Amish romance, or any other type of Amish story, you don’t immediately think of the dark side of life. In this story that dark side is very much part of the story. Domestic violence and assault are major themes throughout this story with...

  • Review: Wired Buchanan/Fbi

    WIRED by Julie Garwood ties into current headlines. She's focused on whats on the newsstands with a very hot topic. The treatment is honest and at times unnerving, but is pure Garwood. Wow – WIRED definitely feels like front page news. Whenever news is...

  • Review: Just the Thing The Donnigans, #2

    If you read the previous book in this series and wondered what happened to the other brother, this book will answer all of your questions. (On a side note, you do not have to read the first to enjoy this one but if you like hot guys pick it up.) Gavin...

  • Review: Last Chance Cowboys: The Outlaw Where the Trail Ends, #3

    COWBOYS: Don't they make your heart skip a beat? And the danger of an outlaw? The mix is exciting in “Last Chance Cowboys: The Outlaw”. The author gives you characters that you feel you could know and you grow to like them as you turn the pages. Sure...

  • Review: Keeping It Hot The Breakfast in Bed Series, #1

    Picking up a book from a new-to-me author is like laying a bet on something; it could go either way, or it'd be a close call. Barely. What drew me to Sydney Landon's “Keeping It Hot” - aside from that charming book cover - was the blurb. I love a good...

  • Review: The Draig's Wife Draig, #3

    Time travel, romance, intrigue and so much more are weaved into a story that I hated to put down even as I couldn’t stay awake. The characters come alive and their struggles tug at your heartstrings. Emotions are everywhere from the love of a father to...

  • Review: When to Engage an Earl Spinster House

    Sally MacKenzie pens a delightful romance with this Regency tale. Miss Jane Wilkinson and Alex, Earl of Evans have the kind of chemistry that makes for a perfect read. Every single one of their interactions had me just hanging on to their every word and...

  • Review: The Laird's Reckoning Romancing the Pirate Book 6

    “The Laird’s Reckoning,” is by far one of the best historical-romances that I have ever had the pleasure of reading. When I first selected this novel for review I was a little skeptical. To be honest I am over the pirate troupe that has swept through...

  • Review: Sleepwalker Branches of Emrys Book 1

    As much as I love a good paranormal story I must confess that I had major difficulty in believing the realism of the plot of “Sleepwalker.” My dilemma with the story laid within the fact that this book was just too much paranormal for my taste. I love...

  • Review: Love and Other Hot Beverages

    "Hot Beverages and Other Beverages" is a great love story! It touched me so much. I could not put down the book, it was so good. The characters are fantastic and I loved how they worked so well together. This is a hot romance and I liked how there were...

  • Review: Loose Cannon Woodbury Boys

    I read a lot of books each year (around 300) and I only give a handful of them 5 star ratings. This book is one of them. Church is due to get out of a detention center where he has been incarcerated since he was a teen. His housing falls through and he...

  • Review: Seaside Rendezvous The Mac Brothers Book 3

    Raven Solis is a sassy “Paint” dancer at a hot night club. Although she enjoys her job, she has a desire to move on to promoting. One night at the club, Raven comes upon a well-dressed man who appears to have had his drink spiked. Her night is already...

  • Review: The Sweetest Burn Broken Destiny, #2

    “The Sweetest Burn” by Jeaniene Frost was a little confusing to me at first because it’s been so long since I read the first story in the series, so I strongly suggest reading “The Beautiful Ashes” first. I don’t remember the connections between some...

  • Review: Serenity Harbor Haven Point, #6

    The author did a very good job at giving the reader a sweet contemporary romance. Within the pages you get an engaging story set in Haven Point. This is the sixth book in the series and you won’t want to put it down once you settle in for the wonderful...

  • Review: Branded as Trouble Wrangler's Creek

    Bad Boy Roman Granger left Wrangler Creek. Why? His past had many flaws and one was getting his high school sweetheart pregnant. Well, she up and split after the baby was born, leaving baby Tate with Roman. Roman stepped up and decided to leave too, but...

  • Review: A New Leash on Love Rescue Me, #1

    Lately, I have been loving the trend of a more casual, lighter romances that have been gracing the industry. "A New Leash on Love", is yet another wonderful example of a very sweet and fun romance read that took me by surprise by the amount of love that...

  • Review: Cinderella and the Duke The Beauchamp Betrothals #1

    Janice Preston spins a fairytale to melt any Regency lover's heart. Rosalind is nowhere near a docile young miss making her debut in London society. She is a mature woman used to taking charge. Watching her deal with her feelings was an absolute treat....

  • Review: Wolf Nip: Northern Lights Edition Granite Lake Wolves Book 6

    Another hit for Vivian Arend and a great addition to her Granite Lake Wolves series. Check out this charming novella as an easy going wolf fights to win the heart of his reluctant mate. Tessa Williams is determined to establish a B & B in Haines, Alaska....

  • Review: Black Moon Draw

    As a lifelong lover of books, I was expecting to love this book. I admit, I had great difficulty reading it. I found the premise of the tale and characters to be strong and colorful, but there wasn’t enough detail in the story to catch or keep my attention....

  • Review: Fire and Snow Carlisle Cops Book 4

    “Fire and Snow” by Andrew Grey adds to the lexicon of tales involving the sexy gay cops of Carlisle. Just as in other stories, there are painful histories that have plagued the men who are highlighted in this story, but this story features a main character...

  • Review: Low Tide Rarity Cove Book Two

    Carter suffered greatly from a life and death situation, when he recovers enough to travel he goes home to South Carolina. I understand the urge because that’s where his family is. Even though he may not admit it, he’s got a huge support system there...

  • Review: The Drowned Girls An Angie Pallorino novel Book 1

    Good golly, Miss Molly. Talk about sucking you in, this book does it and does it really well. The only reason I put this book down was because I had to go to work. Angie (great name but spelled wrong lol) Pallorino is a police detective working sex crimes,...

  • Review: unForgivable An inCapable World Novel Book 2

    Beth and Damien are a good character combination for this story. It is like they were soul mates!!! Beth is a tough cookie, ready to party but thinking maybe she should reevaluate her priorities!!! She loves her aunt Mona and all that is Mona!!! Mona...

  • Review: Blue Hollow Falls Blue Hollow Falls Series Book 1

    I have always had a soft spot for aging architecture and so I very much relished in the strong foundation of the story, "Blue Hollow Falls." as the central focus of the plot was based on a centuries-old silk mill. In truth, I fell in love with the story...

  • Review: Luca Ruin & Revenge, #2

    I absolutely loved this second book in the Ruin and Revenge series. Luca and Gabrielle's impossible romance was a page turner that I couldn't put down. This steamy mafia romance had all the right feels. Luca didn't trust easily but he kept breaking the...

  • Review: Holding Fire Alpha Security, #2

    The sexual tension between Elle and Trey is hot from the start and it’s made even more crazy by the chaos that goes on around them. When a riot breaks out where they are she takes off before Trey can protect her. When Elle gets taken on her way to the...

  • Review: Dare to Lie The Sons of Steel Row, #3

    The relationship between Scotty and Sky was great to read. I loved how it developed and how he took care of her. Sky has a great personality and has always been considered the good girl. When she’s around Scotty she breaks out of that shell and gets more...

  • Review: Beyond Reason The Texas Trilogy

    This is a terrific suspense story with a romance to die for……and they almost do! It has the perfect mesh of blue collar workers and the ultra rich. I didn’t think it could work but it did. From driving big rigs to taking a helicopter to work, it’s all...

  • Review: I Knew You Were Trouble An Oxford Novel, #4

    I don't think the description particularly fits the book - in both a good way and a not-so-great way. I don't like love triangles, so I was relieved that Tay may have had some lingering feels for the rat-jerk, but it wasn't an active triangle. However,...

  • Review: Outfoxed A Zodiac Shifters Paranormal Romance: Gemini

    Music is magic when the band is full of shifters. Silver is a coyote shifter who is a musician, lead singer and a thief. When he’s tasked to steal an object from a Russian mobster he runs into trouble by the name of Hannah, a fox shifter. Hannah is being...

  • Review: Reine's Salvation Alpha Protectors Book 1

    Reine has lost everything. His family and his ability to fight and be a protector or he so thinks when he meets her in the bar. Mysique is special and when she meets the dark broody man life changes. As they explore the town of Lance together he finds...

  • Review: Wild Ride Black Knights Inc., #9

    Julie Ann Walker wrote another good story named, “Wild Ride”!!!!!! A sexy, detailed story that belongs to none other than “Black Knights Inc.” I love stories with sexy men riding motorcycles, a bit of mystery, and a slow brewing romance all wrapped up...

  • Review: Dragon in the Blood Vale of Stars Book 2

    I enjoyed Juliette Cross’ “Dragon in the Blood”. This is the second in the Vale of Stars series. It is a lovely romantic fantasy featuring Valla Moonring and Conn Rowanflame. You get a wonderful adventurous dragon read. With them both being so stubborn...

  • Review: Dragon Heartstring A Vale of Stars Prequel

    "Dragon Heartstrings” is a good fantasy romance read. Readers get introduced to a race of people who have dragon wings. Plus there are humans. I really enjoyed this prequel in the Vale of Stars series. It was great reading how the author brought Shakara...

  • Review: Freedom's Price Keys of Promise Book #3

    WHAT IS THE PRICE OF FREEDOM? If you like reads that make you feel a bit faint, then the author has given you just that in “Freedom's Price”. The setting is 1856. Catherine Haynes has lost two of the basics in her life. She has lost not only her father...

  • Review: How to Bewilder a Lord

    Ally Broadfield delivers an absolutely delightful historical romance with her latest adventure. Lady Louisa Adair has no intention of leaving her family home ever and watching her come to terms with just what exactly this could mean for her future was...

  • Review: Sabrina and the Gargoyle

    "Sabrina and the Gargoyle" was nothing like I expected. It's a complex, suspenseful tale filled with supernatural creatures of all kinds. There is a love story here, but it is deftly woven into a fascinating world and a race to save that world from an...

  • Review: Midnight Fever Men of Midnight, #6

    Loved this addition to the series. There were hints of attraction between Kay and Nick in previous books so I was excited they got their own. As expected, the heroine was a woman with guts and not afraid to do what is right. Even if it means losing her...

  • Review: Ever Crave the Rose The Elizabethan Time Travel Series Book 2

    “Ever Crave the Rose” by Morgan O’Neill is splendidly crafted, imaginative, and pure historical time travel story! Anne Howard and Dr. Jonathan Brandon found each other via Anne’s grandmother, Catherine. They are both from different time periods, but...

  • Review: Time Tsunami Time Counselor Chronicles, #1

    “Time Tsunami” is an awesome book. The characters are wonderfully written and come to life. I give it two thumbs up. Lovers of science fiction romance should read this book. I cannot wait for the next book in the series. This is a good start to a series....

  • Review: To Love a Reckless Lord Conundrums of the Misses Culpepper Collection Books 1-3

    This book included 3 stories on the Culpepper sisters: Brooke oldest & Brette her sister, also Blythe a cousin Book 1 Brooke – “Wagers Gone Awry” Brooke Culpepper is the oldest of her one sister and three cousins who are left to manage their home after...

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