* Review * CODE NAME: OUTLAW by Janie Crouch

  Captivating and raw! I've been along for the ride of the Linear Tactical series from the start so any visit back is a win for me. I enjoyed … [Continue reading]

* Review * SCORING BIG by Kelly Jamieson

  Another winner from Jamieson in her Bears Hockey II world! I was quickly hooked on Nate and Carly's story as we are wrapped around adorable … [Continue reading]

* Review * BEFORE I LET GO by Kennedy Ryan

  I was hooked throughout every delectable page! Kennedy Ryan is yanking on our heartstrings something fierce with the first book in her … [Continue reading]

* Review * EXPOSED by Anna J. Stewart

  What a ride! I was quickly hooked and enjoyed every single minute of Anna J. Stewart's dive into a brand new diabolical series that endeared … [Continue reading]

* Review * RAVAGED by Naima Simone

  A decadently tempting friends to lovers story with all of the angst and feels rolled into one delightful read! I loved this second book in … [Continue reading]

* Review * MERRY CHRISTMAS COWBOY by Maisey Yates

  When two Maisey Yates worlds collide, a treat is in store for all! Fans of Yates will be delighted to take a trip back to an old favorite, … [Continue reading]

* Review * A SANTA STABBING by Geri Krotow

  A delightful small-town holiday caper! Geri Krotow shines in her cozy mystery debut with a solid cast of characters, a humorous pet parrot … [Continue reading]

* Review * NOBODY CARES UNLESS YOU’RE PRETTY by Lani Lynn Vale

  Highly addictive and exhilarating! Lani Lynn Vale has a way with a strong-willed and good-hearted man who is willing to throw caution to the … [Continue reading]

* Review * THE PRINCE’S ONE -NIGHT BABY by Juliette Hyland

  A tale of temptation too tempting to resist! Juliette Hyland always delivers a captivating story with easy to relate to characters and her … [Continue reading]

* Release Blitz/Review * TERROR by Jessica Ames

  Quick to hook and easily addictive! The third book in the Manchester Chapter Untamed Sons MC series brings us Terror's story and it was full … [Continue reading]