• Review: The Scorpion and his Prey Kontra's Menagerie Book 24

    “The Scorpion and His Prey” by Charlie Richards details the challenges that dominant empire scorpion shifter Acheron deals with as he convinces his newly discovered mate, Rusty, a serval cat shifter that they are meant to be together. This m/m adult paranormal...

  • Review: Soul of Discretion

    “Soul of Discretion” by Susan Mac Nicol and M. Tasia features Canadian Mountie, Sergeant Nick Cooper, and the man who starts out as a hook-up but turns out to have quite a few unexpected facets, Simon Bridgeworth. Their private lives threaten to spill...

  • Review: Love at First Hate Porthkennack Novel

    “Love at First Hate” by JL Merrow is part of the ‘Porthkennack’ series and centers around Bran Rosacarrock, who is used to being in charge and who bears the weight and responsibility of his family legacy. He is opinionated and has high expectations, and...

  • Review: Bleeding Like Me

    I saw a lot of good reviews of this when it first came out and I was intrigued but wasn't able to get to it then. I finally had the chance to read this and I'm so glad I did. I really liked this. Like a lot. It starts as an enemies to lovers story. Two...

  • Review: Hard Sell 21 Wall Street

    I was expecting something slightly different from the blurb than I read and I'm uncertain as to how I feel about that. Matt and Sabrina have History together, which I didn't fully expect from the blurb, and whereas I liked how Lauren Layne played with...

  • Review: Nikolai of Semar Lords of Magic, #3

    This is book three of the series. It does stand alone, although I suspect the series is best enjoyed in order as there are recurring characters who pop up and mention of previous events. I liked Nikolai of Semar. Niko and Aria are sweet together and they...

  • Review: A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas A Gold Valley Novel

    I enjoyed the strong dialog in "A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas". The characters were amazing throughout the story. I loved that McKenna found the family she had been without for so long and that she found a man that she could give strength and love to...

  • Review: A Brand New Ending Stay Book 2

    To be honest, I am not a fan of second chance romances. I’m a firm believer in if something doesn’t workout the first time then the possibilities of it working again are slim. That is the vibe that I felt about this story, “A Brand New Ending.” The hero...

  • Review: Losing Time Knights in Time Book 5

    The Knights in Time series is quite interesting. “Losing Time” is book five and we find Dr. Felicia Wycliff chasing after her dog. She ends up tumbling into a new time and into the hands of Sir Harry Quarels and his guards. She soon finds herself at a...

  • Review: Her Alpha Viking Odin's Bastards, #1

    "Her Alpha Viking" is a good fantasy paranormal romance book. Each chapter will definitely keep your attention. Erik Harrison should have died on the battle field with his fellow soldiers… but he was spared. Fierce Valkyrie Brenna Lund’s duty was to collect...

  • Review: Nobody's Lady Lord Love a Lady Series Book 1

    I Loved It! He is completely filthy when they meet again. Can she trust him ever again and can he forgive her for not waiting? Dukes don’t need help, or do they? Michael Redmond, the Duke of Cortland and Lilly Beauchamp are the main characters in "Nobody's...

  • Review: The Love That Saved Him

    This is Sophie Barnes first contemporary romance. It wasn’t bad. It was a bit slow paced and I had a hard time staying intrigued as the story moved along. The main characters and several secondary characters went through something traumatic. I kept seeing...

  • Review: The Christmas Key A Twilight, Texas Novel

    "The Christmas Key" is part of a series but can definitely be read and enjoyed without having read any of the other Twilight, Texas books. From the horrors of war to the love of a young child, this story will have you in awe and wonder. Bad things do...

  • Review: Shadow and Ice Gods of War, #1

    OMG!!! I am already addicted to this awesome new fantasy series from Gena Showalter. Vale and Nola, two sisters with special abilities, were on an adventure vacation when they got lost in a frozen wilderness and just happened to stumble upon the most...

  • Review: Duchess by Design The Gilded Age Girls Club

    Miss Adeline Black has a big dream of owning a dress shop one day and no man will stop her. Not even the newest duke in New York City looking for an heiress to save his estate, Brandon Fiennes. Part of me wondered if the first chapter showing Brandon...

  • Review: His Promise Amish of Hart County

    This heartwarming romance has an interesting twist. What happens when you start by dating the wrong sister? This situation affects everyone in the family and sets them up for heartbreak. It doesn’t matter what kind of family you are in so expect a bit...

  • Review: Cherub's Play

    After reading this blurb, I just had to read this story. The premise sounded outstanding and I was looking forward to a humorous romance with an angelic twist. While everything was there for exactly that there were facets of this story that just didn’t...

  • Article: 7 Reasons to Never Throw Away an Unpublished Manuscript

    Unless you’re a new writer or maybe Ernest Hemingway, you most likely have an unsold manuscript tucked away under a bed or stored, untouched, on a flash drive. There can be many reasons why the story still lives only with you. Maybe you wrote yourself...

  • Review: Cross Breed A Novel of the Breeds

    It has been quite a while since I've read a Breeds novel by Lora Leigh. I'm so happy that I selected this book for review. Leigh takes us right into the action and into the future with this book. Cassie is now a woman grown and it's time for her to get...

  • Review: Dear Santa

    Nancy Naigle absolutely delights with this lovely holiday tale. I loved both Angela and Geoff and every other character in "Dear Santa". They were well balanced. They were neither too good, too perfect nor were they the cliched villain. They were the...

  • Review: Winter Cottage

    The Story: Lucy Kincaid has inherited a home she never knew she had in a town she never knew existed. After her mother’s passing Lucy travels to her hometown and discovers she has a past and so does the house she has inherited. But growing up with a free...

  • Review: Christmas Camp

    Karen Schafer delights holiday romance fans with this lovely Christmas gift. Haley Hanson is one of the most determined heroines I have ever come across. I loved how focused she was on her job and the reasons she was so focused. Her closeness to her parents...

  • Review: The Forever Christmas Tree A Bell Sound Novel

    Get ready to laugh your way into Christmas! "The Forever Christmas Tree" is an absolutely wonderful Christmas story full of fun and laughter. Ms. Hill brings characters from her various series into play with this romantic story. What is even better is...

  • Review: The Riddle Key

    Jane Drager creates a detailed and delightful psychological suspense between the pages of "The Riddle Key". Marina Cavanaugh is an intelligent and inquisitive leading lady while Jonathan Blandish makes for a mysterious and attractive suspect. I admit...

  • Review: The Christmas Company

    Alys Murray pens a perfectly delightful holiday read for those who love a little conflict with their holiday romances. Kate Buckner loves her hometown and has made their annual Christmas festival her life. I loved finding out just why it was so important...

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