Tag: Forever Publishing

Guest Review: Deadly Silence by Rebecca Zanetti

Guest Review: Deadly Silence by Rebecca Zanetti

Did you love Rebecca Zanetti’s Sin Brothers series as much as I did? If not, there’s nothing in this book that’s going to convert you. If you enjoyed the previous series too, though, this spin off is more of the same, which might be a good or bad thing depending on your perspective. The Blood Brothers series focuses on yet […]

Guest Review: Love Blooms on Main Street by Olivia Miles

Guest Review: Love Blooms on Main Street by Olivia Miles

Ivy kissed Brett at her best friend’s wedding and she’s not been able to get him out of her mind since. She fantasizes about how their meeting will go and practically has her wedding planned. The problem? It’s been seven months since that kiss and Brett hasn’t contacted her once! When Ivy heads to the […]

Guest Review: Return of the Bad Boy by Jessica Lemmon

Guest Review: Return of the Bad Boy by Jessica Lemmon

Asher Knight and Gloria Shields have a client/agent relationship but they also, at one time, had a personal relationship.  That didn’t last long when Gloria found one of Asher’s groupie’s at his place one night.  After that Asher found out that said groupie (who he did not sleep with that night but had slept with […]

Guest Review: Coming Back by Lauren Dane

Guest Review: Coming Back by Lauren Dane

Mick met Jessilyn when he was seven years old and she was just five. They were the best of friends until they, along with their friend Adam all got together. Mick couldn’t handle what he was feeling so took off and re-enlisted. That was four years ago and now Mick is ready to face his […]

Guest Review: Sweetest Scoundrel by Elizabeth Hoyt

Guest Review: Sweetest Scoundrel by Elizabeth Hoyt

Eve Dinwoody is the illegitimate sister of the Duke of Montgomery, and is his “man” of business as well. She’s holding the purse strings to her brother’s investment into the reconstruction of Harte’s Folly and Eve isn’t thrilled with Mr. Harte and the money he’s been – at least to her thoughts – spending recklessly. […]