Tag: Tracy’s Reviews

Guest Review: Pregnancy Plan by Tina Gayle

Guest Review: Pregnancy Plan by Tina Gayle

Jillian is excited to start a new phase of her life.  She wants to have a baby but doesn’t want to wait for the right guy to come around.  She tells her brother’s best friend, Jason, about it so when she calls him to tell him she’s in town, she just says, “Don’t worry, I’m […]

Guest Review: Sin & Spirit by K. F. Breene

Guest Review: Sin & Spirit by K. F. Breene

As it says in the blurb, Kieran has stepped up to take over San Francisco, but Lexi hasn’t quite found her place yet.  She has an office in the government building, but she insisted that she not get a huge office just because she’s Kieran’s girlfriend.  She has a small office and does charity work […]

Guest Review: To Bed the Bride by Karen Ranney

Guest Review: To Bed the Bride by Karen Ranney

Eleanor‘s father dies and leaves her care to her uncle specifies that her uncle and his family must live at hearthmere, her lands in Scotland, until she reaches her majority. When she does reach her majority, then it’s up to her whether her uncle and his family shall continue to live there. Unfortunately Eleanor‘s uncle […]

Guest Review: Finding Christmas by Karen Schaler

Guest Review: Finding Christmas by Karen Schaler

Emmie loves Christmas.  I mean she loves Christmas.  She can’t get enough of ornaments, wreaths, holiday spirit or Christmas trees.  This will be her first Christmas with her boyfriend, Grant, so she’s planned a holiday getaway for just the two of them.  Grant is a lawyer and with her as director of the community center […]

Throwback Thursday Review: His Convenient Husband by JL Langley

Throwback Thursday Review: His Convenient Husband by JL Langley

*** Every Thursday, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. Enjoy! *** This review was originally posted on January 9, 2010. The blurb tells us a lot about what’s going on so I won’t go into too much detail. Micah, who’s had a thing for Tucker for most of his life, […]