Review: Strange Bedfellows by Cardeno C.

Strange Bedfellows by Cardeno C.

Strange Bedfellows captured my interest as soon as I read the blurb. Blurb from Goodreads: Can the billionaire son of a Democratic president build a family with the congressman son of a Republican senator? Forget politics, love makes strange bedfellows. As the sole offspring of the Democratic United States president and his political operative wife, […]

Review: The Billionaire’s Intern by Maisey Yates

The Billionaire's Intern by Maisey Yates The Forbidden series #1

The Billionaire’s Intern is book one in The Forbidden Series.  The series is about three very rich men and is written by three different authors.  Book 1 is written by Maisey Yates and is the story of Logan Black.  It will be released in four parts with the complete book coming out right after that.  My review is […]

Review: Under the Lights by Shannon Stacey

Under the Lights (Boys of Fall #1) by Shannon Stacey

I adore Shannon Stacey contemporary romances.  I love the small towns filled with everyday people who have normal jobs and place family and friends above everything. They just make me smile and feel good. There is a warmth and heartfelt emotion to them that seems hard to find in the genre sometimes. I was sad when […]

Review: Courtship of the Cake by Jessica Topper

Courtship of the Cake by Jessica Topper A Much I Do About Nothing series #2

Always a bridesmaid and never a bride worked just fine for me; marriage required commitment. Of course, so did insanity. Coincidence? I think not. Not too long ago I read Dictatorship of the Dress by Jessica Topper and I loved it.  She was a new to me author and I am always thrilled to find […]

Review: The Bachelor Prince by Jane Beckenham

The Bachelor Prince by Jane Beckenham

Lucas Palmera is Torrevna’s crown prince and a confirmed bachelor.  He finds it difficult to take women seriously when all they want from him is money, presents and to be seen on his arm.  He has been burned by love once and now wants nothing to do with it.  Plus he saw what happened to his father […]