Tag: 4.0 Reviews

Review: Worth Any Price by Lisa Kleypas.

Review: Worth Any Price by Lisa Kleypas.

I went into this book, knowing it was going to be a good book and that Nick Gentry was going to give Derek Craven a run for his money in the stud muffin department and though I rather enjoyed Nick Gentry’s studliness, I have found that I prefer Derek over Nick…and I think I blame […]

Lightening Reviews

Lightening Reviews

Olivia Lockhart 16 Lighthouse Road Cedar Cove, Washington Dear Reader, You don’t know me yet, but in a few hours that’s going to change. You see, I’m inviting you to my home and my town of Cedar Cove because I want ou to meet my family, friends, and neighbors. Come and hear their stories — […]

Review: To Catch A Cheat by Kelly St. John

Review: To Catch A Cheat by Kelly St. John

Kelly St. John created a cute, contemporary romance here that was laced with sarcasm, humor and wit. The interactions between Trent and Marissa were hilarious, and we were offered basically a three-in-one deal, as there was more going on in the background with the secondary characters. I liked Marissa, but I think she took her […]

Hundreds of Years to Reform a Rake by Laurie Brown

Hundreds of Years to Reform a Rake by Laurie Brown

A modern career woman thrust back in time into the glittering Regency period and the arms of an unscrupulous rake. Josephine Drummond is a professional paranormal researcher (aka, a ghostbuster) hired to prove that the ghost of Lord Deverell Thornton, the very handsome Earl and a notorious rake in his time, haunts the crumbling Waite […]

Lightning Reviews: The Chesapeake Bay Series by Nora Roberts: Rising Tides, Inner Harbor and Chesapeake Blue

Lightning Reviews: The Chesapeake Bay Series by Nora Roberts: Rising Tides, Inner Harbor and Chesapeake Blue

I read three books this weekend! THREE! I used to read sometimes upwards of 9 books in a single weekend, but lately that number has dropped to one..or even none depending on what I’ve got going on, so reading three is a huge accomplishment for me. See my review of the first book in this […]