Tag: Holly’s Reviews

Review: Iron and Magic by Ilona Andrews

Review: Iron and Magic by Ilona Andrews

I wasn’t sure what to expect from Hugh. He was a villain in Kate’s world. Yet I could never hate him. Still, not hating a bad guy vs wanting him to get a happy ending? I’m happy to report it really worked. Not that I’m surprised. Andrews always pulls me in. Hugh has been cast […]

Review: Edge of Oblivion by J.T. Geissinger

Review: Edge of Oblivion by J.T. Geissinger

I wasn’t sure how I would feel about the heroine of this story after her actions in the previous book. Based on her past and the way she was raised, I couldn’t totally hate her, but I didn’t love her either. I’m happy to report I enjoyed this book much more than book 1. Branded […]

Summer Reading Challenge Review: The Trouble with Love by Lauren Layne

Summer Reading Challenge Review: The Trouble with Love by Lauren Layne

For our Summer Reading Challenge, Rowena and Casee chose 5 books for me to read. This was one of Rowena’s picks. It’s been awhile since I read a straight contemporary and I’ve never read a Lauren Layne novel before. I’m glad Rowena chose this one. It was really good. Emma and Cassidy have a pretty […]

Review: Shadow’s Edge by J.T. Geissinger

Review: Shadow’s Edge by J.T. Geissinger

I read and really enjoyed Burn for You, a contemporary romance, and figured I’d give Geissinger’s PNR a try. Shadow’s Edge is the first book Night Prowler book, an urban fantasy series featuring a society of shapeshifters who are hidden among humans. While I liked the premise of this book, I didn’t end up loving […]

Throwback Thursday Review/Rant: Trying to Score by Toni Aleo

Throwback Thursday Review/Rant: Trying to Score by Toni Aleo

Every Thursday in 2018, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. This review/rant was originally posted on November 29, 2011. Warning: This review contains spoilers!! and bad words!!! I downloaded this because the cover is hot and it features hockey players. Sadly it was a disappointing read. Had I realized it […]