Tag: Judith’s Reviews

Guest Review: Fully Ignited by Shannon Stacey

Guest Review: Fully Ignited by Shannon Stacey

This is the third and final novel in the Boston Fire trilogy and once again Ms Stacey had blessed her fans with a novel that is filled with wonderful characters, some hot loving, tension in relationships and a look-see into the lives of firefighters and the ups and downs of their professional lives.  We also […]

Guest Review: Controlled Burn by Shannon Stacy

Guest Review: Controlled Burn by Shannon Stacy

Anyone who is a serious consumer of romance fiction is familiar with Shannon Stacey and her wonderful stories.  This is the second book in her Boston Fire series and as I have found to be the case, her characters are strong and often unusual and therefore they pique the reader’s interest right from the start. […]

Guest Review: Bunny and the Beast by Heather Rainier

Guest Review: Bunny and the Beast by Heather Rainier

This is the 22nd book in the Divine Creek Ranch series from this author and it is a series that I continue to read with great enjoyment.  Ms Rainier has managed to bring these characters alive as they interact with community citizens, partying, enjoying a night of dancing and fun at the Dancing Pony club, […]

Guest Review: Over the Line by Emmy Curtis

Guest Review: Over the Line by Emmy Curtis

This is the second novel in a series that has taken quite a number of months to appear.  I just recently obtained this book through a discount reading service and was fascinated with the dynamics of this family and these characters.  It seems that the characters of this story are intertwined with others who are […]

Guest Review: Pushing the Limit by Emmy Curtis

Guest Review: Pushing the Limit by Emmy Curtis

After reading the preceding novel in this series, I felt compelled to get the next book and I am so glad I did.  Even though the action at the family wedding wasn’t continued in this story, the characters certainly are.  Add in the fact that Matt discovers an unexpected connection with Henrietta, an archaeologist he […]