The Wedding Crasher | Mia Sosa | Book Review

The Wedding Crasher is the companion romance to The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa. It features Dean, who is the best friend of Max from the previous book; and Solange, who is hired to help with Dean’s wedding. Everything thing is all set, ready to go until Solange overheard the bride having a privateContinue reading “The Wedding Crasher | Mia Sosa | Book Review”

A Spot Of Trouble | Teri Wilson | Book Review

A Spot of Trouble is the first book in Teri Wilson’s new series that is set in Turtle Beach. Turtle Beach is a small beach town with a set of colorful characters. Fire Deputy Sam Nash quickly learns this when he moves to the area and encounters Violet March. Violet owns the only Dalmatian inContinue reading “A Spot Of Trouble | Teri Wilson | Book Review”

Too Hot To Touch | Katy James | Book Review

Too Hot To Touch is the second book in the Firebird series by Katy James. I was so excited to get back into the world of Shady Hill. This time the romance centers around rising hockey superstar Tyler Valentine and PhD student teacher Murray Silva. It took my brain a bit before it got usedContinue reading “Too Hot To Touch | Katy James | Book Review”

The Best Is Yet To Come | Debbie Macomber | Book Review

If you have ever read a Debbie Macomber story, you know that there is usually a certain pattern followed. Her newest The Best Is Yet To Come is no exception. In this one, two characters are unexpectedly brought together and help each other heal. Both characters have been wounded but, find an undeniable pull whenContinue reading “The Best Is Yet To Come | Debbie Macomber | Book Review”

Once Upon A Wish-Mas | Laura Barnard | Book Review

Once Upon A Wish-Mas is a whimsical holiday romance that made me wonder what would have happened if Mr. Banks from Mary Poppins had been a younger single father when Mary Poppins entered his life as his children’s nanny. Ruby Campbell interviews for the position of nanny at the Rothchester house. She would be theContinue reading “Once Upon A Wish-Mas | Laura Barnard | Book Review”

Cowboy Ever After | Jennie Marks | Book Review

Kaylee Collins is writing a Western romance but, has no real experience in the country. She is a city dweller at heart; and now no one is buying into her attempt at sounding like she knows what she is talking about. Her editor ends her to spend a week at a working ranch. She isContinue reading “Cowboy Ever After | Jennie Marks | Book Review”

She Gets The Girl | Rachael Lippincott and Alyson Derrick | Book Review

She Gets The Girl follows an old school formula and it results in a wonderful gem of a storyline. The old school formula in this case was “extrovert flirt tries to teach introverted new lesbian how to get the girl.” Of course along the way some feelings emerge forcing each character to reevaluate what theyContinue reading “She Gets The Girl | Rachael Lippincott and Alyson Derrick | Book Review”

How To Love Your Neighbor | Sophie Sullivan | Book Review

How To Love Your Neighbor is a fun enemies to lovers contemporary romance. Grace Travis is attending college for interior design and recently inherited her grandparents house. The house has been empty for about and is in need of some serious TLC. It also comes with a neighbor, Noah Jansen, who wants to buy herContinue reading “How To Love Your Neighbor | Sophie Sullivan | Book Review”

Celebration At Christmas Cove | Carrie Jansen | Book Review

Celeste is a travel blogger and she has agreed to take an assignment in New Orleans for Christmas. It is her first Christmas without her mother and she’s not really in a mood for celebrating. So she 5wkes the assignment and plans on hiding from her memories. On paper it looks like the perfect planContinue reading “Celebration At Christmas Cove | Carrie Jansen | Book Review”

A Magical New York Christmas | Anita Hughes | Book Review

Every once in a while you find a book that takes you on a magical holiday adventure in one of your favorite places. For me, this was A Magical New York Christmas by Anita Hughes. It is the week of Christmas in NYC and struggling journalist Sabrina Post has arrived at The Plaza Hotel forContinue reading “A Magical New York Christmas | Anita Hughes | Book Review”

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