Category: Review

Review: Fear the Drowning Deep by Sarah Glenn Marsh

Posted October 13, 2016 in Review / 17 Comments
Review: Fear the Drowning Deep by Sarah Glenn Marsh

I had been waiting for this book since December of 2015. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. The cover caught my eye but it was the synopsis that nabbed me and reeled me in. And as readers, we’re surprised when a book turns out a little bit different than what we expected, whether for the good or the bad. Okay, maybe you aren’t but I am, every time it happens to me.

Review: The Queen of Blood by Sarah Beth Durst

Posted September 21, 2016 in Review / 13 Comments
Review: The Queen of Blood by Sarah Beth Durst

So there’s this Queen that can keep everyone safe from the mean, nasty natural spirits that inhabit this world. The Queen can do this by controlling these water, fire, earth, wood, and air spirits by using the power they gave her over them. Do you see anything wrong with this scenario? Oh, yeah, a lot can go wrong…

Review: Rookie Move by Sarina Bowen

Posted September 1, 2016 in Review / 21 Comments
Review: Rookie Move by Sarina Bowen

I love me some hockey. Hockey season is right around the corner and I have mad love and respect for those men who move at super speed on ice AND do it standing on thin blades of metal. Go Red Wings!! Oh, wait… this is a book review! And for a NEW favorite contemporary romance writer of mine… I better start focusing…

Review: Homecoming by Stacey Shannon

Posted August 30, 2016 in Review / 8 Comments
Review: Homecoming by Stacey Shannon

It’s getting so very close to that time of the year when you snuggle up on bleacher seats under the lights on Friday nights, or you tailgate Saturday mornings, or you waste away a Sunday on your couch in front of the TV. Need to get the mood going early with a side of romance?

Review: Dare to Stay by Jen McLaughlin

Posted August 2, 2016 in Review / 7 Comments
Review: Dare to Stay by Jen McLaughlin

I just read and reviewed Sophie Jordan’s Hell Breaks Loose the other day and I can’t help but notice that I have another book on my hands here with a bad boy and his love interest in an impossible happily ever after situation. But Jen McLaughlin’s Dare to Stay is different in that Chris, our bad boy, really eff’d up. He IS a bad boy who is possibly on his way to redemption.