Tag: Self-Published

Guest Review: Lady Hathaway’s Indecent Proposal by Suzanna Medeiros

Guest Review:  Lady Hathaway’s Indecent Proposal by Suzanna Medeiros

Judith’s review of Lady Hathaway’s Indecent Proposal by Suzanna Medeiros Twelve years have passed since Miranda Hathaway ended her courtship with Andrew Osborne and married the older, but much wealthier, Viscount Hathaway. It is only one week after her husband’s death and Miranda cannot ignore the temptation to have a taste of what she threw away […]

Guest Review: So Right With You by Maggie Kaye

Guest Review: So Right With You by Maggie Kaye

  In the work place, we all know there are boundaries. One of those boundaries is Never Date Your Boss, especially if he is a playboy and you just had your heart broken. When Chloe Lambert finds herself down on her luck, none other than her hunky CEO boss, Garrett Nolan, steps in to rescue […]

Guest Review: Grave Danger by Rachel Grant

Guest Review: Grave Danger by Rachel Grant

Jen’s review of Grave Danger by Rachel Grant She’s being stalked… After struggling to recover from a career-crippling mistake, archaeologist Libby Maitland has landed the project of her dreams—a data recovery excavation in a picturesque, historic sawmill town. Tasked with digging up secrets of the town’s founding family, Libby soon learns that nothing in Coho, […]

Guest Review: Protecting His Witness by Katie Reus

Guest Review: Protecting His Witness by Katie Reus

Judith’s review of Protecting His Witness (Red Stone Security, #7) by Katie Reus Seven years ago she broke his heart… Leaving Vincent was the hardest thing Jordan Alvarado ever had to do, but she had no choice. Now she’s back and looking for forgiveness so she can move on with her life. She doesn’t expect the […]

Guest Review: Everybody’s Got a Story by Heather Wardell

Guest Review: Everybody’s Got a Story by Heather Wardell

Tracy’s review of Everybody’s Got a Story by Heather Wardell Both personally and professionally, Alexa knows all too well the power of words. Two years after her boyfriend Christophe’s vicious attack, she’s still trying to see herself as more than simply ‘his victim’, still trying to figure out her own story. After his trial, she […]