Tag: 3.75 Reviews

Review: Shadow Keeper by Christine Feehan

Review: Shadow Keeper by Christine Feehan

Hmmm…where do I start with this review? First I tell you that it was a serious improvement from Shadow Reaper, which was reviewed here, here, and here. Rowena even gave it a DNF. Looking back, I probably would have given it a DNF if I wasn’t so anal about finishing books. My rating was far […]

Guest Review: Nobody’s Lady by Annabelle Anders

Guest Review: Nobody’s Lady by Annabelle Anders

Michael, the Duke of Cortland, is set upon by highwaymen while on his way to London.  He and his coachman and outriders set out, barefoot, for the nearest inn but that takes most of the day.  When they finally arrive at an inn, they are soaked from the rain and covered in mud.  Of course […]

Guest Review: To Save a Savage Scot by Tamara Gill

Guest Review: To Save a Savage Scot by Tamara Gill

Black Ben Ross has always held a fascination for Kenzie Jacobs.  Even from when she was small she was intrigued by a painting of his that hung in her cousin’s house.  Unfortunately the history book don’t know what ever happened to the man.  Kenzie decides to go back and figure it out on her own.  […]

Throwback Thursday Review: Unclaimed by Courtney Milan

Throwback Thursday Review: Unclaimed by Courtney Milan

Every Thursday in 2018 we will be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. This review was originally published on September 28, 2011. I considered not finishing this book when, more than halfway through, the heroine was still being dishonest about her motives and intentions with the hero. While I’m glad I finished […]

Review: The Truth about Love and Dukes by Laura Lee Guhrke

Review: The Truth about Love and Dukes by Laura Lee Guhrke

It’s been quite a while since I’ve read a romance by Laura Lee Guhrke but when I saw this book, I wanted it. The whole blurb just sounded like something I would enjoy so when my book club chose it as our first book of the year, I was stoked. The Truth about Love and […]