* Review * THE SPANISH MILLIONAIRE’S RUNAWAY BRIDE by Susan Meier

  The runaway bride hits the jackpot! A really fun take on finding love when you least expect it. I didn't quite connect with Riccardo quite … [Continue reading]

* Review * RULED by Anne Marsh

  Opposites not only attract ... they combust! With the kick off the brand new Harlequin DARE line, Anne Marsh introduces us to the men of the … [Continue reading]

* Review * UNTIL YOU’RE MINE by Cindi Madsen

  Forbidden love is often the sweetest! He doesn't need the distraction, and she's already got a life elsewhere ... so why are they so drawn … [Continue reading]

* Review * TURQUOISE MOUNTAIN by Diane J. Reed

  Endearingly fresh! Diane J. Reed brings a setting to life that whisks us into the middle of this native culture without blinking an eye. I … [Continue reading]

* Review * THE LONGEST SILENCE by Debra Webb

  Heart-wrenching terror! Explosive fear brings a whole new aspect to Debra Webb's Shades of Death series as we delve into a case that hits … [Continue reading]

* Blog Tour / Review * ABOUT THAT KISS by Jill Shalvis

  Delectably sweet and oh so good! With the our latest trip to Heartbreaker Bay, we get to reconnect with all of the old gang and watch … [Continue reading]

* Review * HEADMASTER by Tara Sue Me

  A tantalizing power play! Getting to know the people behind the dominant and submissive is a beautiful thing in this series by Tara Sue Me. … [Continue reading]

* Review * A WEEK TO BE WILD by JC Harroway

    A tantalizing kick-off to the new Harlequin Dare line! I've been anxiously awaiting the new ultra sexy line to see what it would … [Continue reading]

* Review * OUT OF THE DARKNESS by Heather Graham

  One night of terror changed their lives forever ... and with one new crime, it's all chasing after them again! A decade after a tragic event … [Continue reading]

* Review * THE ART OF RUNNING IN HEELS by Rachel Gibson

  Sassy & fun! I could have done with a little more concentration of actual hockey, but the people were a treat regardless. It was easy to … [Continue reading]