Review: Bad News Cowboy by Maisey Yates

Bad News Cowboy by Maisey Yates Copper Ridge series #3

Older brother’s best friend- one of my favorite tropes.  There is something about that first moment when the hero looks at the heroine and sees something other than the little girl he has seen their whole lives.  Bad News Cowboy is such a story. Jack Monaghan has been in Kate’s life since she was two years […]

Review: Spider’s Trap by Jennifer Estep

Spider's Trap by Jennifer Estep

Once again I’m amazed at the impressive Elemental Assassin series. One would think after thirteen books and several wrapped up story arcs that it would show signs of slowing down or becoming monotonous, but it hasn’t. If anything it keeps getting stronger and more exciting. Gin Blanco, better known as The Spider, has risen to […]

Review: Frisk Me by Lauren Layne

Frisk Me by Lauren Layne New York's Finest series #1

Huge Lauren Layne fan here.  She is a no question, auto-buy for me.  When I learned she was starting two new series this year, I was a bit giddy.  Frisk Me is the first book in her New York’s Finest series.  The series features the Moretti family, each member involved in the law in some way.  First up is […]

Review: Murder and Mayhem by Rhys Ford

Murder and Mayhem (Murder and Mayhem #1) by Rhys Ford

Once again Rhys Ford takes readers on a wild, adrenaline filled ride in her newest romantic suspense offering, Murder and Mayhem. I think fans of this author will recognize her signature blend of mystery, smart banter and sizzling chemistry between her protagonists. Romantic Suspense is not a genre I always fully enjoy, but Ms. Ford […]

Review: Second Chance Summer by Jill Shalvis

Second Chance Summer by Jill Shalvis Cedar Ridge series #1

Jill Shalvis’s  long-standing and fan favorite Lucky Harbor series came to an end in late 2014. That series was incredibly popular and filled with lovable, engaging characters. Each time a new book was released we would all wonder which couple would make an appearance in the new book. There was something comforting about Lucky Harbor and the […]