Never Fall For Your Fiancée | Virginia Heath | Book Review

Never Fall For Your Fiancée is a new historical romance written by Virginia Heath. It is the first in a new series The Merriwell Series. Actually it is a romantic comedy and it is so funny. The storyline and characters kept me entertained from beginning to end. There were two things that drew me toContinue reading “Never Fall For Your Fiancée | Virginia Heath | Book Review”

When Sparks Fly | Helena Hunting | Book Review

When Sparks Fly is the newest contemporary romance written by Helena Hunting. Believe it or not, it is actually the first book that I have read by her. I have heard her name often, and even have a couple of her previous books on my shelf but, for some reason have never picked them up.Continue reading “When Sparks Fly | Helena Hunting | Book Review”

Not Your Average Hot Guy | Gwenda Bond | Book Review

Not Your Average Hot Guy is the first book in Gwenda Bond’s new series featuring a battle between heaven and hell. It is a paranormal romantic comedy filled with quirky characters and a touch of romance as the fate of the world is being determined. It took me a bit to get into this storyContinue reading “Not Your Average Hot Guy | Gwenda Bond | Book Review”

Float Plan | Trish Doller | Book Review

When Float Plan by Trish Doller was first released, I heard so many good things about it. So much so that I got onto Libby and put a hold on it. And after patiently waiting, I was able to borrow it, and it only took less than two days to read all of it. FromContinue reading “Float Plan | Trish Doller | Book Review”

Dreams Things True | Marie Marquardt | Book Review

Dreams Things True has been called a modern day Romeo and Juliet. It follows the romance between an undocumented teenage Mexican female and a rich white Southern male who fall in love and try to fight against his Conservative family. I enjoyed how this book tackled the issues of undocumented immigrants and the political stancesContinue reading “Dreams Things True | Marie Marquardt | Book Review”

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