Category: Reviews

Guest Review: The Luck of the Bride by Janna MacGregor

Guest Review: The Luck of the Bride by Janna MacGregor

When is March Lawson is just a teenager both of her parents die.  The estate is left in the hands of a guardian who basically ignores the family – March and her siblings (two sisters and a brother, Bennett, the heir who is only a baby when the parents died).  The keeper of the girls’ […]

Throwback Thursday Review: Eleven Scandals to Start to Win a Duke’s Heart by Sarah MacLean.

Throwback Thursday Review: Eleven Scandals to Start to Win a Duke’s Heart by Sarah MacLean.

Every Thursday in 2018, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. This review was originally posted on April 12, 2011. Sarah MacLean is fast becoming one of my go to authors for wonderful historical romances. She writes the kind of romances that never fail to make me laugh, tear up and […]

Guest Review: Dirty Bastard by Jessica Clare

Guest Review: Dirty Bastard by Jessica Clare

The Price brothers are having a family barbeque when Knox first sees Lexi.  She’s a friend of his brother’s girlfriend and though she dresses in black, has a dry & snarky personality…and is pretty anti-social, Knox is immediately smitten.  He makes it a point to get to know Lexi and they end up spending a […]

Guest Review: The Woman Left Behind by Linda Howard

Guest Review: The Woman Left Behind by Linda Howard

Jina Modell works for an off-the-books paramilitary agency, doing something related to communications. When she’s reassigned to a field unit, she joins Levi “Ace” Butcher’s team. Jina is not prepared for the physical demands of being in the field. Levi is determined to train her harder than the other recruits because he doesn’t want to […]

Review: The Hookup by Erin McCarthy

Review: The Hookup by Erin McCarthy

The Hookup is the first book in Erin McCarthy’s new Jordan Brothers series and it follows the first Jordan Brother, Cain. Cain spends his days on the water at work as a lobster fisherman and his nights in the bars, getting himself super drunk so that he can forget his brother’s betrayal. He’s an alcoholic […]