Review: Dirty Deeds by Rhys Ford

Dirty Deeds (Cole McGinnis #4) by Rhys Ford

As always, Rhys Ford opens the fourth book in the Cole McGinnis series with a bang. Or rather a riot. I’m not surprised, this author never fails to make me laugh with her opening scenes and the amount of trouble Cole manages to get himself in to. It’s been quite the rocky road over the […]

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. […]

Joint Review: Ball and Chain by Abigail Roux

Ball & Chain by Abigail Roux Cut & Run #8

Angela: Every time I open a new book in this world I get excited, like stupid excited, to be getting back to my beloved Ty and Zane. Then I have a minor freak out about finishing it too quickly and having to wait a whole year for the next one. So I try to pace […]

Review: Concealed in Death by J.D. Robb

You can’t go wrong when an In Death book opens up from Roarke’s point of view and that is just what Concealed in Death does.  Book 38 in J.D. Robb’s famous In Death series, Concealed in Death, gives us Roarke with a sledgehammer.  Roarke has bought a new building and is looking to gut it […]

Review: Dirty Deeds by SE Jakes

Dirty Deeds by SE Jakes

There are so many reasons why this I shouldn’t have liked this book as much as I did. First, it’s short. Very short, only about 94 ebook pages. I’m not usually a huge fan of novella sized books simply because it’s hard to give a complete story in so small amount of page time. Secondly, […]

Review: River Road by Jayne Ann Krentz

River Road Jayne Ann Krentz

Dear Reader: I’m excited to tell you that with this novel I am returning to the kind of story I love to write more than anything else in the world.  River Road is quintessential romantic suspense- my way. River Road opens with 19-year-old Mason Fletcher saving the day.  He has rescued 16-year-old Lucy Sheridan from a party where she was […]

Review: Off the Edge by Carolyn Crane

Off the Edge Carolyn Crane The Associates series book 2

Laney lives a quiet, protected life.  Young and naïve, she married an evil man who did his best to hurt and isolate her.  With the help of a friend she was able to turn him over to the FBI and hide.  She doesn’t kid herself into thinking she has escaped him because her ex’s reach […]

Review: Hard As It Gets by Laura Kaye

Hard As It Gets by Laura Kaye

Having no other leads Becca Merritt follows the directions on a note sent to her by her brother before he mysteriously disappeared and heads to Hard Ink Tattoo to seek help from a member of her father’s former special forces team. Nick Rixey is tall, dark, handsome as sin and wants nothing to do with her. So she leaves, […]

Review: Striking Distance by Pamela Clare

Striking Distance Pamela Clare

“I’m not done with you.” “I sure as hell hope not.”-First Strike Swedish-American broadcast journalist, Laura Nilsson, was stationed in Islamabad some eighteen months ago when she was abducted and reportedly beheaded by Saudi national leader, Al-Nassar and his terrorist group. Now, Senior Chief Navy Seal, Javier Corbray is on a mission with Delta Platoon […]

Review: The Way Home by Cindy Gerard

The Way Home by Cindy Gerard

I always anxiously await every new Cindy Gerard release. I’ve always thought there was nobody who wrote romantic suspense better, able to seamlessly blend romance and action while creating strong heroines and macho, yet caring heroes. Having said that, the blurb for The Way Home had me a little tentative about going into this romance. Partly […]