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Guest Review: Highland Wolf by Hannah Howell

Guest Review: Highland Wolf by Hannah Howell

Laird James Drummond was accused of murdering his wife three years ago.  He’s been on the run since then and he’s decided that enough is enough.  He needs to get into his keep and find out what really happened.  The man who took his keep from him is Donnell McKay and he’s evil. His cousin, […]

Guest Review: Freedom to Love by Susanna Fraser

Guest Review: Freedom to Love by Susanna Fraser

Henry Farlow is a British officer who was injured in battle.  He was left there after the battle, everyone presuming he’s dead. He manages to leave the field where the battle took place and finds himself at a plantation.  He comes across a woman and a girl who are digging in the lawn.  They take […]

Review: You’d be Mine by Erin Hahn

Review: You’d be Mine by Erin Hahn

This book came to my attention while I was browsing Netgalley. I thought it was going to be a fluffy contemporary YA romance and since that’s my YA jam, I requested it. The book was a lot deeper than I was expecting but I thought the entire story was pretty solid and I’m glad that […]

Review: When We Left Cuba by Chanel Cleeton

Review: When We Left Cuba by Chanel Cleeton

Chanel Cleeton strikes again with another emotionally driven story that hit me in every single feel in my body. After finishing Next Year in Havana, I looked forward to jumping into this book because I was mighty interested in getting Marisol’s Great-Aunt’s story. Beatriz Perez was the real deal in the first book and she […]

Guest Review: Consumed by J.R. Ward

Guest Review: Consumed by J.R. Ward

I want to say that I loved this book but that is so far from the truth of the matter, I can’t even lie about it. Anne Ashburn is a wreck of a woman.  From page one of the book she has a chip on her shoulder about the size of Montana.  She is a […]