Tag: 1.0 Reviews

Retro-Review/Rant: Away from the Spotlight by Tamara Carlisle

Retro-Review/Rant: Away from the Spotlight by Tamara Carlisle

As part of our 10 year anniversary celebration, we’ll be re-posting old reviews that make us cringe, laugh or sigh all over again. Holly: I recently came across this review while doing some site maintenance. I’d forgotten all about this book. I think I must have blocked it out, because wow. What a bunch of […]

Retro Review/Rant: Can’t Stand the Heat by Louisa Edwards

Retro Review/Rant: Can’t Stand the Heat by Louisa Edwards

*****As part of our 10 year anniversary celebration, we’ll be re-posting old reviews that make us cringe, laugh or sigh all over again. This review/rant was originally posted on October 29, 2009. WARNING: This review contains a major rant about the heroine. It will contain strong language and spoilers for the story. Read on at your […]

Review: Solo by Jill Mansell

Review: Solo by Jill Mansell

Jill Mansell is a master at writing contemporary romances set in English small towns. They’re always filled to the brim with characters, storylines, and laughter. This book was no different…except that the more that I read this book, the more pissed off I got. The different stories worked for me and while I was more […]

Guest Review: His Innocent Sweetheart by Paula Jane

Guest Review: His Innocent Sweetheart by Paula Jane

Our story opens with Rachel, who is a supervisor at a hotel, having to go deal with a Hollywood action star, Matthew, who is a guest at the hotel.  He’s displeased with his food and she’s asked to try and resolve the issue.  When she gets to his room he’s instantly attracted to her and […]

Review: Four Letter Word by J. Daniels

Review: Four Letter Word by J. Daniels

****SPOILER ALERT: This review is probably going to be riddled with spoilers so if you plan on reading this book, BEWARE!**** Four Letter Word is the first book that I’ve read by J. Daniels and while I wasn’t a fan of this book, I am curious about the next book in this series and I […]