Tag: Holly’s Reviews

Review: Lake Silence by Anne Bishop

Posted February 12, 2019 by Holly in Reviews | Tagged: , , , , , , | 6 Comments
Review: Lake Silence by Anne Bishop

Like many others, I was disappointed when I realized Lake Silence was going to be set in the world of The Others, but wouldn’t feature any of my favorite characters from the Lakeside Courtyard. While there is a passing mention of some of the characters, this novel features a new cast. Soon enough I was […]

Review: The Good Ones by Jenn McKinlay

Review: The Good Ones by Jenn McKinlay

The Good Ones by Jenn McKinlay is the start of the Happily Ever After series, set in a small South Carolina town. It’s the first book I’ve read by McKinlay. Lit professor Maisy Kelly is starting over after being passed over for a promotion in favor of her less-qualified, cheating ex. She’s determined to turn […]

Joint Review: Three Little Words by Jenny Holiday

Joint Review: Three Little Words by Jenny Holiday

Three Little Words is the third book in Jenny Holiday’s Bridesmaids Behaving Badly series and it features the last woman standing, Gia Gallo as she road trips her way to her own happy ending with Noah’s best friend, Bennett Buchanan. Holly and I both got the book for review, so we decided to review it […]

Lightning Review: Storm’s Heart by Thea Harrison

Lightning Review: Storm’s Heart by Thea Harrison

Storm’s Heart by Thea Harrison is the second book in the Elder Races series. We met both Niniane (Tricks) and Tiago in book one, Dragon Bound. Tricks is the rightful heir to the Dark Fae court. When she was a teenager her family was slaughtered by her uncle and she just barely escaped. For over […]

Joint Review: The Wrong Game by Kandi Steiner

Joint Review: The Wrong Game by Kandi Steiner

Gemma Mancini is a woman on a mission. After a rough year of infidelity, cancer, and death, Gemma is single but not ready to mingle. She has two season passes for the Chicago Bears home games and a plan to take a different date to each of those games. No repeats, no chance of falling […]