• Review: The Other Miss Bridgerton A Bridgertons Prequel

    While visiting a friend, Poppy Bridgerton is kidnapped and taken aboard Captain Andrew Rokesby’s ship for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Andrew works for the Crown and doesn’t have time to entertain the woman brought aboard his ship. This...

  • Review: Platinum

    Whenever I start reading and cannot put the book down it's a good read for me. That's how "Platinum" by Sandra Bunino is. The story is about a reporter, Stacia, who goes to Vegas for a hot story about a mysterious organization coined Platinum. This is...

  • Review: Grave Fortune

    "Grave Fortune" by Nancy E. Polin was an okay read for me. I enjoyed some parts of it but some parts of it fell a little flat for me. I felt like the story was circling instead of evolving, but then maybe that was the author's direction since it is the...

  • Review: The Good Sister

    "The Good Sister" was a little weird but in a good way. You get a lot of intriguing things happening when dealing with twins and this situation is no different. All Isla wanted was to go to sleep and drift away into lala land. That's soon disturbed when...

  • Review: Parsley, Sage, Rose, Mary & Wine The Bloodline Series Book 1

    "Parsley, Sage, Rose, Mary & Wine" is the first book in a series called The Bloodline. I like stories that show different points of view but sometimes it can be too much. Switching from different characters can be a head spin but I think the author did...

  • Review: Cut and Run The Mary Burton Collection #3

    I enjoyed reading "Cut and Run". There was so much going on but it didn't take away from the story. Twin sisters separated at birth , one is an FBI Agent and the other a Medical Examiner, what are the chances of that? When Macy gets the call about someone...

  • Review: The Memory of You Sanctuary Sound Book 1

    People deal with assault in many ways, some try to move past it, others’ drown in it and some try to forget it ever happened. Stefanie, Steffi, is in between. She knows the assault happened but certain things about it, she has blocked out. So in order...

  • Review: Eye of the Eagle The Hotel LaBelle Series Book 3

    There were a couple things that tripped me up in "Eye of the Eagle" but in all I enjoyed it. When you’re dealing with a kidnapping things are always tense and even more so when you know who you’re dealing with. Dealing with shapeshifters is always fun...

  • Review: Who A Stalker Series Novel, #1

    "Who" is an adventure that kept me on edge until the very end. Larkin is such a strong woman and very courageous. I loved her from the very first moment she took that headlong sprint to the roof of her building. Being a strong women and one in power can...

  • Review: Lost Until You Finding You Book 1

    Oh man, this book hit me hard. Camryn is such a strong person, she really is hardcore. Losing someone close to you is never a good feeling. Instead of wallowing in her grief she tried to do the best she could and be there for her son. When she meets her...

  • Review: Diomere’s Exile The Gate Keeper Chronicles, #1

    This is an absolutely wonderful fantasy novel with a nice romantic twist as well as a long lost heir. There is so much going on in this story and each element builds on another becoming a complex world with lots of depth and imagination. The world developed...

  • Review: Wyoming Legend Wyoming Men

    You deal with a lot in "Wyoming Legend"; ranching, skating, anger, jealousy, pain, little kids doing things they shouldn't at school and dealing with the consequences of that, bullying, love, fear accomplishment and so much more. I really loved reading...

  • Review: Wicked Whiskey Love

    "Wicked Whiskey Love" is a biker romance of epic proportions. I’ve always been fascinated by bikers and the world they live in. They have their own code and way of doing things. When one of the bikers in their groups saves Sarah and her kids from a car...

  • Review: Wolf's Quest Texas Ranch Wolf Pack Series Book 10

    This story throws you right into the middle of series and it would be best after reading the previous books in order otherwise it will be hard to figure out what exactly is going on. There are many things and references that occurred in these previous...

  • Review: Hell's Belle Devilish Debutantes Book 3

    I'm torn on "Hell's Belle". On one hand, Marcus and Emily are a lot of fun and very sweet together. I'm always a fan of the blunt bluestocking getting her happily ever after with a redeemed rake. Also, Emily wears spectacles, which as a fellow glasses-user,...

  • Review: Releasing the Dragon Brides of the Kindred

    Another kindred tale with a couple who don't want to be together. But do want to be together. But don't. While not a new story line, the main characters were enjoyable and brought their unique attributes to the relationship. Dru is a dragon shifter and...

  • Review: September Awakening The Silver Foxes of Westminster Book 4

    England 1880. An unexpected invitation by her friend, sent Lady Lavinia to a house party that would change her life. That is, if she could survive her meddling mother that would do anything to marry her off to a peer! She only wanted to be an independent...

  • Review: Axton Four Kings Empire Book 1

    Sam Crescent does an amazing job with this longer length dark romance. Taylor is probably the most determined heroine I have ever met. I mean seriously the lengths she went to to end up where she is today is remarkable and a bit unsettling. Axton is an...

  • Review: Better Not Pout

    “Better Not Pout” by Annabeth Albert does a wonderful job of evoking winter and the hustle and bustle of the holidays. The evolution of the relationship between an older straightlaced career soldier and a younger tenderhearted man with a degree in social...

  • Review: Be Careful What You Wish For The Swann Sisters Chronicles Book 2

    The title says it all. We have all heard the saying, but in this woman's world it is critical. Cass is the artist in the family and has all the foibles that go with it. She's a tad bit self absorbed, and reserves her creativity for her art. When she is...

  • Review: Forbidden Pleasure The Business of Pleasure

    "Forbidden Pleasure" lives up to its name. It grabs you from the beginning with all the carnal pleasure. These two characters feed off of each other, they're the perfect yin and yang. Emma likes getting a rise out of Max, in more ways than one. Their...

  • Article: 5 Ways to Promote Your Book Offline

    You’ve surely read a ton of advice about online promotion. It seems it’s all anyone talks about. The only way we do pretty much anything anymore. Don’t get me wrong - online promotion is great! I use it all the time to keep in touch...

  • Review: May Mistakes The Silver Foxes of Westminster Book 3

    I was so excited to see another addition to The Silver Foxes of Westminster Series. I have enjoyed the first two in the series and "May Mistakes" was no exception. Merry Farmer has a gift for writing about the older hero, which is not usually captured...

  • Review: A Healer for the Highlander A Highland Feuding

    Scotland, 1358 Anna Mackenzie is the daughter of the Witch of Caig Falls who is really a healer. She studies under her and hopes to be a healer herself one day. But she meets Malcolm, the Cameron Chief's son and they fall in love and meet secretly in...

  • Review: Want Me, Cowboy Copper Ridge

    Maisey Yates adds another installment to her Cooper Ridge collection with "Want Me, Cowboy". This one starts out strong – Poppy is a great character, she’s got a lot of personality and she’s easy to envision with her fantastic fashion choices! She’s got...

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