I’m slightly addicted to the Fusion series by Kristen Proby. This is the only series I’ve read by her but I just can’t quit these girls and their love lives. […]
Gena Showalter is an author I have been reading for a very long time. I started with her Lords of the Underworld, fell in love with her extremely underrated Tales […]
I am not sure how to classify Jennifer Ryan’s books. I read most of her Montana Men series. And now she’s started this spin-off, Montana Heat. Delving into the law […]
Kylie Scott is an “auto-read” author of mine ever since I’ve read some of her Stage Dive series. There’s just something about her character’s personalities and their dialogue that calls […]
I don’t read romantic suspense very often but when I do….. I rely on Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer for book recommendations 🙂 She reads a ton of these types […]
She said it’s the end… Yep, that’s right. Hundred Oaks is done, according to Miranda Kenneally’s Twitter feed. Her final book in the series, Coming Up For Air, is all […]
Call me simple but I love the young adult fantasy genre. Give me a well planned plot with tremendous world building, don’t make it more than 400 pages long because […]
The last Billionaire Bad Boys book, The Billionaire Next Door, gave us readers a brief introduction to the middle Crane brother who has been practically absent from the series. Eli […]
After book two in Jen McLaughlin’s The Sons of Steel Row, I really needed to know how Chris and Scotty were going to get themselves out, ALIVE, from the mess […]
I might not be the best person to review the suspense genre but I’m going to give it a try. Just keep in mind that I’m a “virgin” to the genre. Be gentle…
Like your romance a little dirty? Ah, c’mon… I can admit it, I do! Sophie Jordan can write fun historicals but oh, can she write dirty bad boys…
Kasie West is one of my “happy place” authors. I can count on her to write a great young adult story that won’t weigh me down with angst, nasty unnecessary drama, or leave me dangling off a cliff when all is said and done.
I’ve been looking forward to Archer’s story since Jill Shalvis’ the last full book in the Heartbreaker Bay series.
Who knew I would fall for the jerk from book one of the Sarina Bowen’s Brooklyn Bruisers series? Seriously, I thought Patrick O’Doul (known to his friends as “O’Doul”) was […]
What an intriguing idea for a story: a guy going to school to be a lawyer suddenly loses his most valuable asset, his voice….
Jamie, I don’t like you. Why am I reading a book about you? 😉
What Light by Jay Asher came out on October 18th but I really wanted to wait a bit to put my review out because this is such a great story to help you get in the mood for Christmas! It’s about Christmas trees! Lots and lots of Christmas trees!!
Being a fan of Laura Kaye’s books, I wanted to share the latest cover from one of her newest series, Blasphemy.
Test Drive, the first book in Marie Harte’s Body Shop Bad Boys series is THE classic story of two people dating and all the jitters, butterflies, wondering, and miscommunication that comes along with it.
You ever look for something so hard, say for instance your eye glasses, and you look… and you look… and you look, only to suddenly find them shoved up on your head? A lot of times, that’s what love is like.
A long-haired, mountain-of-a-man billionaire? You say he’s made his own money because he’s smart. Well now, that’s something different….
I bought and read the first book in Sarina Bowen’s True North series, Bittersweet, back in early July 2016 just after it came out. Unfortunately, I never got around to doing a full review on it but I really loved the escape to a dairy farm and orchard up in Vermont. I missed her second book, Steadfast, but out TODAY is Keepsake, the third book.
I can appreciate a deep, meaningful read but sometimes, I love a good no-brainer romance that’ll put a smile on my face as I’m reading the last sentence. Anytime […]
Why, oh why did I look at my friend’s reviews of this one? What was I thinking?? I’ve just put pressure on myself to explain my love of this story. I’ve got to list my reasons and have them make sense. This is such a daunting task for me because it’s rare for me to make much sense. Just ask my husband.