Tag: 3.0 Reviews

Throwback Thursday Review: Moonlight Road by Robyn Carr

Throwback Thursday Review: Moonlight Road by Robyn Carr

Reading last week’s Throwback review got me all nostalgic. I started reading all the old Virgin River reviews when I came across my review of Moonlight Road. Last week’s review and this review are so different that I had to share. For real though, what happened to this series? This review was originally posted on […]

Guest Review: How to Forget a Duke by Vivienne Lorret

Guest Review: How to Forget a Duke by Vivienne Lorret

The Bourne Matrimonial Agency is where the Crispin Montague, the Duke of Rydstrom goes when he decides he needs a wife.  The agency is run by three sisters, Jacinda, Ainsley and Briar Bourne, along with their uncle.  The uncle is the figurehead for the agency as the girls do all the work, but of course […]

Guest Review: On Highland Time by Lexi Post

Guest Review: On Highland Time by Lexi Post

Diana is a member of a group called TWI, Timer Weavers Inc.  When they are made aware of something that changed in the past, but wasn’t supposed to change, TWI steps in to put things back to normal.  When Diana wakes up one day and her mansion is pretty much in the middle of a […]

Review: Hour of Need by Melinda Leigh

Review: Hour of Need by Melinda Leigh

I really struggle with Romantic Suspense. The characters often do things that make no sense to me, or the mystery is so easy to figure out I end up being really bored. Though I do enjoy mysteries and suspense in audio. I haven’t read Melinda Leigh before, but she had good reviews so I figured […]

Guest Review: The Big Alpha in Town by Eve Langlais, Milly Taiden & Kate Baxter

Guest Review: The Big Alpha in Town by Eve Langlais, Milly Taiden & Kate Baxter

Bearing His Name by Eve Langlais Jade sent snarky “Congratulations you’re a father!” cards to a whole slew of men in the same extended family.  Her sister Ruby is pregnant by one of them, but she has no idea which one.  She was at a Halloween party and only knows that the guy was dressed […]