Tag: 4.25 Reviews

Throwback Thursday Review: Rescue Me by Rachel Gibson.

Throwback Thursday Review: Rescue Me by Rachel Gibson.

Every Thursday, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. Enjoy! This review was originally posted on May 30, 2012. This book features a hero that if you read Any Man of Mine will remember. Autumn’s brother, Vince is the star of this show. If you’ll remember back to AMoM, Vince was […]

Audiobook Review: Part-Time Lover by Lauren Blakely

Audiobook Review: Part-Time Lover by Lauren Blakely

We first met Elise and Christian in Wanderlust. There were hints of a history/relationship with them and I was anxious for more. I’m so glad I discovered this book. Though they’re mentioned in Wanderlust, the book stands alone well. Elise and Christian had a chance meeting in Denmark. They had an obvious connection, but it […]

Review: Fight or Flight by Samantha Young

Review: Fight or Flight by Samantha Young

Fight or Flight is a standalone contemporary romance by Samantha Young that had me thinking I would DNF it right at the very beginning but I am so glad that I didn’t. The story starts off with the hero and heroine meeting at the airport. They both want to upgrade their seats on their flight […]

Review: Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop

Review: Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop

Etched in Bone is the final installment of the Lakeside Courtyard Others series (though more novels set in the same world are in the works – begging with Lake Silence, March 2018). I do not believe it can be read as a standalone. The series really should be read in order. Now that the human […]

Review: Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop

Review: Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop

This series is addicting. For centuries humans and The Others have lived together in an uneasy peace. Now the Humans First and Last movement has shattered that peace with acts of terrible violence against the Others. What they didn’t realize is the shapeshifters they see aren’t the scariest Others out there. Ancient, primordial beings know […]