Review: A Match Made in Texas by Katie Lane

A Match Made in Texas (Deep in the Heart of Texas #6)

This is the 6th book in Katie Lane’s Deep in the Heart of Texas series. I’ve read one other book in this series that I  liked, so I was looking forward to reading this one. This book can easily be read as a stand alone. However, overall I was disappointed in this one. I felt […]

Review: The Art of Love by Anne Whitney

The Art of Love by Anne Whitney

Running from her abusive father, Marina Phillips takes off to New York City in a moment of fear. She has no money, no idea what she’s going to do once she gets there and no place to stay. She just knows she’s tired of being the victim and must get away once and for all. […]

Review: Assassin’s Gambit by Amy Raby


Vitala is a rebel assassin who has only ever had one mission, to get into the bed of the Emperor of Kjall and kill him. To achieve her goal she has become a champion of Caturanga, a war like game based on strategy and skill and also an obsession of the Emperor Lucian. As a half Kjall […]

Review: Shades of Gray by Maya Banks

Shades of Gray by Maya Banks

The KGI series by Maya Banks and I have a rocky relationship. I very much enjoyed the first three books in the series and kind of fell in love with these brothers and their big, loving family. Book four was a shock to the system because this series was always romantic suspense and all of […]

Review: Hard Core by Jennifer Lowery

Hard Core by Jennifer Lowery

Blurb: He takes lives. She saves them. A supposedly hassle-free job for mercenary Cristian Slade becomes a mission of mercy when he saves a life instead of taking one. Slade’s new mission might be his most dangerous yet, because the danger is to his heart. Tragedy has sent esteemed surgeon Alana O’Grady to a remote […]

Review: Unravel Me by Kendall Ryan

Unravel Me Kendall Ryan

I had pretty high expectations going into this book. First off, the cover is lovely. I’m a sucker for a good-looking cover and have been known to actually buy a book based on a great one. Secondly, the premise of this book sounded so cool. A Psychology student looking for a thesis subject who gets […]

Review: Soul Weaver by Hailey Edwards

Soul Weaver Hailey Edwards

After seeing the cover for Soul Weaver, which is a pretty gold with the typical half-naked man on front with plenty of moobage showing, I decided to read the blurb to see if this was the same old paranormal or maybe something new. The premise sounded interesting, a world of fallen angels who collect or […]

Review: The Last Victim by Karen Robards

The Last Victim Karen Robards

I am a huge fan of Karen Robards’ earlier works so I was pretty happy when given the opportunity to review this book.  I was a little confused by the genre because it is classified as fiction and the previous books I have read have all been romance but I thought maybe that could be because of […]

Review: Kidnapped by the Greek Billionaire by Rachel Lyndhurst

Kidnapped by a Greek Billionaire - Rachel Lyndhurst

Confronted with reality that she is going to lose her job and her livelihood, Kizzy Dean comes to London to confront her boss.  But because she is ten minutes late for the meeting she misses him.  His snarky secretary tells her that he is most likely at the top of London and there is no […]

Review: Twice Fallen by Emma Wildes

Twice Fallen

Injured war veteran and former spy Damien Northfield has been called upon by his friend, Sir Charles Peyton, to put his former spy skills to good use in investigating the potential blackmailer and murderer of several nobles within their circle.  Lady Lillian (Lily) Bourne, with the enthusiastic assistance of the Dowager Duchess of Eddington, is […]