Tag: 3.25 Reviews

Guest Review: The Alpha’s Temporary Mate by Victoria Davies

Guest Review: The Alpha’s Temporary Mate by Victoria Davies

  Fated Match has spent centuries pairing supernatural mates together. Witch and matchmaker, Chloe Donovan, takes pride in helping her clients find their happy endings. But when werewolf alpha and millionaire playboy Kieran Clearwater stalks into her office, she may have finally met the one man she can’t help. Kieran has no intention of finding […]

Guest Review: Don’t Stop Believing by Gwen Hayes

Guest Review: Don’t Stop Believing by Gwen Hayes

  The Ogre from the Hill Simon Powell, the town recluse, only comes to town to deliver firewood and get supplies. Two days before Christmas, he sees the new librarian’s car in a ditch and knows he can’t leave him on the road, but it’s too late to take him back to town. He’ll have […]

Review: Heart Legacy by Robin D. Owens

Review: Heart Legacy by Robin D. Owens

After the death of GrandLord Yew years ago, the Yews withdrew to their self-sustaining estate and disappeared from Celtan society. The current head of the household is believed to be eighteen-year-old Loridana. To find out, Draeg Blackthorn has been sent to the estate to spy, undercover as a stableman for the stridebeasts—beautiful creatures that hold a […]

Review: True Divide by Liora Blake

Review: True Divide by Liora Blake

When I first started True Divide, Lacey was my least favorite heroine of the bunch. She got on my nerves in True North (her sister’s book) and she didn’t exactly redeem herself in True Devotion but by the time I finished True Divide, Lacey was my favorite heroine of the entire series. Lacey Mosely is […]

Review: Hold On by Kristen Ashley

Review: Hold On by Kristen Ashley

This is the final book in Ashley’s The ‘Burg series.  I re-read all the earlier books in anticipation of this one, so the details of Merry and Cheryl’s prior meetings, the situation with her involvement with a serial killer and his reluctance to open himself up were pretty fresh in my mind. For those who […]