Tag: 3.0 Reviews

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 […]

Guest Lightning Review: Highland Valentine by C.A. Szarek

Guest Lightning Review: Highland Valentine by C.A. Szarek

Jules is heartbroken.  She loves her husband dearly, but he has been cold and distant since she told him she was pregnant – in fact he hasn’t touched her at all since then.  She’s tried to talk to him, but he won’t talk to her about what’s bothering him.  Jules knows that she can’t live […]

Review: Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon by Kerrelyn Sparks

Review: Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon by Kerrelyn Sparks

Gwennore was raised with 5 other women – her adopted sisters – in a convent on the Island of Moon. They were abandoned by their family’s because they were born Embraced (with magical powers). Gwennore is an Elf who can magically sense illness in others. She’s been training as a healer, but she isn’t as […]

Review: Dark Legacy by Christine Feehan

Review: Dark Legacy by Christine Feehan

I’m pretty much on the fence about this one. It wasn’t my favorite book in the Dark series, but it wasn’t my least favorite either. My favorite goes to the first book in the series, Dark Prince. My least favorite most certainly goes to Dark Promises. I despised that book. I was way too generous […]