Tag: 2.0 Reviews

Review: Riptide by Margaret Carroll

Review: Riptide by Margaret Carroll

Casee‘s review of Riptide by Margaret Carroll. Christina achieved unparalleled wealth and prestige when she married Jason Cardiff, Wall Street wizard and Mayflower descendant. But once the cracks in the union began to show, even the towering privet hedges surrounding their East Hampton estate could not contain the dark rumors. Then everything came crashing down […]

Guest Review: The Doctor’s Surprise Family by Mary J. Forbes

Guest Review: The Doctor’s Surprise Family by Mary J. Forbes

I generally like the ‘reunited lovers’ plot line. Especially if the lovers in question were high school sweethearts. This is the third book in Forbes’ Home to Firewood Island series. I read the first two books and enjoyed them, so I figured I’d like this one as well. Sadly it didn’t work very well for […]

Guest review: Tempted at Midnight by Jacquie D’Alessandro

Guest review: Tempted at Midnight by Jacquie D’Alessandro

Nath‘s review of Tempted at Midnight by Jacquie D’Alessandro Lady Emily Stapleford never dreamed that the burden of saving her family from financial ruin would rest on her lovely, resourceful shoulders. Since she’s only willing to marry for love, and not money, Emily pens a story she hopes will bring her fortune — only to […]

Review: Mother in Training by Marie Ferrarella

Review: Mother in Training by Marie Ferrarella

Meticulous and by-the-book, corporate lawyer Jack Lever was used to order—not the disorder of two small children. When his babysitter abruptly quit, the single dad didn’t know where to turn. He couldn’t believe his good luck when Zooey Finnegan agreed to become his nanny. Uninhibited and fun, Zooey was happy to take care of Jack’s […]

Guest Review: Techno Thrall by Storm Grant

Guest Review: Techno Thrall by Storm Grant

This man’s too hard, this man’s too soft, this man’s just…a robot?  Detective Deyla Reckard lives in a time of communication implants and spray-on condoms. Robots are common as workers, soldiers, and pleasure-toys. And sometimes as criminals. A case of an e-companion attacking its owner makes Deyla question her firm belief that humans are good […]