Tag: 2.0 Reviews

Guest Review: Smolder by Melina Morel

Guest Review: Smolder by Melina Morel

Tracy’s review of Smolder by Melina Morel Vengeance has its price. But you pay for passion forever… Descended from werewolf hunters, Catherine Marais has vanquished countless of their vile kind-including the one that slaughtered her father. Her debt of blood and honor was fulfilled-but her heart is empty. The only one who ignites Catherine’s passion […]

Review/Rant: Too Hot To Handle by Robin Kaye

Review/Rant: Too Hot To Handle by Robin Kaye

Holly‘s review of Too Hot To Handle (Domestic Gods, Book 2) by Robin Kaye He sure would love to have someone to take care of… Dr. Mike Flynn’s single mom taught him early how to cook and clean, and there’s nothing like vacuuming or doing dishes to help a guy relax. Annabelle Ronaldi is an […]

Guest Reviews up at TGTBTU

Guest Reviews up at TGTBTU

I have three reviews up at The Good, The Bad and The Unread. The Daddy Audition by Cindi Myers Tanya Bledso couldn’t wait to leave Crested Butte to chase dreams of Hollywood stardom. Now the single mom has returned to run the local theater and raise her daughter. But the peaceful, charming town she took […]

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 […]