Tag: 3.5 Reviews

Guest Review: The Jingle Bell Bride by Scarlet Wilson

Guest Review: The Jingle Bell Bride by Scarlet Wilson

Jessica is a New York wedding planner and does a lot of celebrity weddings.  She has an amazing attention to detail and likes what she does.  She doesn’t absolutely love it though, and her true dream is to open a bookstore, maybe multiple bookstores, that are focused on literacy for both children and adults.  She’s […]

Lightning Review: Trouble at the Wedding by Laura Lee Guhrke

Lightning Review: Trouble at the Wedding by Laura Lee Guhrke

Trouble at the Wedding by Laura Lee Guhrke is book 3 in the Abandoned at the Alter series. I didn’t read the other books in this series. I don’t feel I missed anything by reading out of order. I enjoyed the setting and unconventional heroine. With the flood of regencies on the market, its refreshing […]

Guest Review: Can’t Walk Away by Sandy James

Guest Review: Can’t Walk Away by Sandy James

Brad Maxwell owns and runs a bar/restaurant with his friends.  He used to be one of Nashville’s greatest songwriters but after the death of his wife he gave that all up.  The music stopped showing up in his head and he was fine with that. On Indie night at his place, Words & Music, he […]

Guest Review: The Witch’s Quest by Michele Hauf

Guest Review: The Witch’s Quest by Michele Hauf

Valor is a witch and is trying to do a spell in an enchanted forest to make herself more lovable.  Unfortunately she’s caught by one of the enchanted trees and is slowly being sucked into the ground.  The only way to free her is to have someone in Faery push her out from the other […]

Guest Review: Maybe This Christmas by Jennifer Snow

Guest Review: Maybe This Christmas by Jennifer Snow

Asher Westmore is completely focused on hockey.  He plays professionally for the Devils and though he injured his ACL he keeps playing.  His brother Ben, who also plays professionally for a rival team, received an award for playing 1000 games.  Asher is at game 999 and he’s not about to sit out because of an […]