Review: To Marry A Scottish Laird by Lynsay Sands

To Marry A Scottish Laird (An English Bride In Scotland #2)

To Marry A Scottish Laird has been  sitting on my TBR list for a while. I started it and only got to the end of the first chapter before I set it aside for a couple of weeks because of several must read now books that caught my attention and got me all distracted. To be fair, this happens to […]

Joint Review: Cross & Crown by Abigail Roux

Cross and Crown Abigail Roux

THERE BE SPOILERS AHEAD! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! When Nick O’Flaherty arrives at the scene of a double homicide to find he has a witness to the crime, he thinks it’s his lucky day. But when he realizes his witness is suffering from amnesia and can’t even remember his own name, Nick wishes he’d gone […]

Review: Control by Cardeno C. and Mary Calmes

Control by Cardeno C. and Mary Calmes

I recently read my first Cardeno C. book and kind of fell in love. (Review was posted earlier today) So I immediately started looking for this author’s backlist. Then I realized that he/she had a another new release and it was with Mary Calmes. So of course this was an auto buy for me. Especially with this […]

Review: A Better Man by Jaime Reese

A Better Man by Jaime Reese

Down on his luck contractor Julian Capeletti needs to find a job asap. He can’t even come up with the rent money for his crappy apartment. So in desperation he answers an ad from a man named Boner looking for a handyman. The thought makes him laugh and the job description reads more like a general contractor […]

Review: Beauty and the Earl by Jess Michaels

Beauty and the Earl (The Pleasure Wars #3) by Jess Michaels

The House of Windbury and the House of Rothcastle have engaged in a feud for generations. No one knows how it started or why, just that each family has been taught while growing up to despise the other. Then Liam, the Earl of Windbury, befriended Matilda, sister to the Duke of Rothcastle, then they fell in love and decided to run […]

Review: Wallflower Gone Wild by Maya Rodale

Wallflower Gone Wild by Maya Rodale

Olivia Archer has spent four seasons on the marriage mart. Four. The only thing to come out of those four seasons are embarrassing nicknames like Prissy Missy and London’s Least Likely to Cause a Scandal. Having spent her life following the rules taught by her mother and the finishing school she attended hasn’t worked to get […]

Review: Angel’s Truth by Liz Borino

Angel's Hero by Liz Borino

Angel’s Truth picks up exactly where Angel’s Hero left off and Jordan has finally found his way back home.  He begs Aaron to trust him and not say anything about the stuff he tells him.  Jordan shares classified information with Aaron with the hope that Aaron will be able to help him find justice.  Jordan […]

Review: Do or Die by Suzanne Brockmann

Do or Die (Reluctant Heroes #1) by Suzanne Brockmann

558 pages! This book is 558 pages long and truthfully I was dreading choosing a book to review that was so long – especially the first one in a new series. Brockmann seems to have officially moved away from her famous (and fabulous) Troubleshooters series with this 1st book in a series titled Reluctant Heroes. […]

Review: The Gentleman’s Madness by Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon

The Gentleman's Madness by Summer Devon

Blurb: “An imprisoned heart finds escape in forbidden love. “ No pride. No privacy. No hope. Academic John Gilliam thought being caught embracing another man was the worst that could happen. Until he agrees to “treatment” at an asylum, where a vicious attack leaves him shaken and afraid. But having all means of writing or […]

Review: One Hot Night by Samantha Hunter

One Hot Night Samantha Hunter

One Hot Night opens with Audra Leone handcuffed to a post and unable to reach the key to unlock herself.  She knows yelling won’t do any good because the bar next door is too noisy and nobody would hear her.  Lucky for her, sexy bar owner Scott Beckett shows up and retrieves the key for her only […]