** Book Review ** POWER PLAY by Sophia Henry



I enjoyed the characters of this book, but the writing style was a bit unorthodox.  One minute the main character will bring up something that happened, but then it will be forgotten with no explanation when the current dialogue continues.  It just felt stilted and I think it could have been developed more.  None the less, the concept of the book was interesting, and I don’t regret reading it.

Gabriella Bertucci has been crushing on Landon Taylor for years, but she didn’t think he knew she was alive other than as a sales clerk.  When a crisis occurs in the store while Landon is there, he steps in and helps her keep a cool head.  He checks back in with her a few days later and lets it be known that he’s interested in her.

Gaby has had some difficult times in the past, and doesn’t know if she can trust that Landon really cares about her, but she decides to give in to temptation and go out with him.  Will there be a future between the two of them, or is Landon just playing her until something new comes along?

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** Book Review ** A VOW TO SECURE HIS LEGACY by Annie West



I love a good “lust at first sight” story … especially one that comes back to haunt them! 🙂 I found it hard to fall in love with Thierry because of his cold nature, but I enjoyed Imogen alot!

Imogen Holgate recently lost her mother, and believes she suffers from the same terminal illness.  Instead of dwelling on it, she decides to use her savings and take an extravagant trip around the world while she can still enjoy it.

Parisian Thierry Girard is lucky enough to meet her while she’s on the first leg of her trip, and they share an exciting two week affair before she heads to her next destination.  Imagine his surprise when she shows back up at his office a few weeks later with some shocking news!

Will he convince her to spend the rest of the time she has left as his wife or will she decide to return to Australia?

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** Book Review ** A MOMENT ON THE LIPS by Jennifer Faye


4 1/2 STARS!

I always enjoy my trips back to Whistle Stop, New Mexico!  The comfort of seeing so many characters you recognize is great, the atmosphere is fun and it’s just exciting to see who’s story you’re going to learn about this time!  I loved the story, but I couldn’t fall in love with the characters quite as much this time just because Joe kept irritating me with his hot and cold attitude towards Piper.

Piper Noble has a successful business with Poppin’ Fresh Bakery, and she’s wanting to expand into the empty storefront next door.  She’s just finishing up tolerating her mother’s latest tirade about how she needs to lose weight, when Joe steps into her life.

Joe Montoya stops by to introduce himself because he’s just bought the store next door and is starting a remodel to open his coffee shop, Fill-It-Up Joe.  Piper is obviously very disappointed, and they get off on the wrong foot.

They continue to irritate each other, even when trying to make amends but are finally forced to interact when they are made co-leads of the planning committee for the Autumn Fest event the town is planning to raise money for town revitalization.  Sparks will fly, tempers will flare and fun will commence!

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** Book Review ** HIS SHOCK VALENTINE’S PROPOSAL by Amy Ruttan



Touching story about a hometown guy having to compete with a new gal in town as town doctor.

Dr. Carson Ralston isn’t happy when a new doctor comes to town and sets up shop right across the street from the practice his family has run since the town was founded years and years ago.  He’s given up a lot to stay in Crater Lake, Montana and keep his hometown safe & protected.

Dr. Esme Peterson needs a change, and decides Crater Lake will suit her just fine.  She’s in the final stages of getting her office set up when she meets Carson and realized he’s a little put off by having competition.  It doesn’t take long for sparks to fly and them to start spending time together.

Will their secrets catch up with them before they can work out a happily ever after?

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** Book Review ** A FRIENDLY FLIRTATION by Christine Warner



It was a pleasure meeting the next Esterly brother and seeing his road to the future.  I didn’t love Jared quite as much as Roth in the last book in the series, but I enjoyed him.  A friends to lovers story … with a twist!

Allison Hall is tired of being the easy to forget or overlook nerdy girl all the time.  She wants love and excitement as much as the next gal, and she’s decided it’s high time to get it!

Jared Esterly is Al’s boss along with her brother Nick.  Nick and Jared have been best friends for years, and Jared has been a part of the family for what feels like forever.  When Al approaches him for help, he’s floored.  He doesn’t know the first thing about how to accomplish a make-over … but when he sees first hand how she’s picked on for being awkward, he steps in to give her a hand.

What he doesn’t expect is the instant attraction he feels when he starts to think of Allison as something other than Nick’s little sister.  When Nick finds out they are spending time together and flips his lid, will there be any future between the two of them?

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** Blog Tour / Book Review / Giveaway ** DOG COLLAR KNOCKOFF by Adrienne Giordano



Even better than the first in the series!  These characters make me laugh … a lot … and the plot is always thick with wondering what is going to happen next.  Lucie has such a talent for getting into things that you would never believe if you weren’t reading it, and already knew her quirky personality. 🙂  Very fun read … can’t wait for Book 3!

Lucie Rizzo is doing so well with her dog-walking/pet accessory business, Coco Barknell, that she’s doing some growing.  She has a new walker-in-training, and she’s looking to set up shop somewhere other than her Mom’s dining room.

She’s off again with Frankie and unsure how she feels when sparks fly when she runs into Detective Tim O’Brien again.  When she stumbles into the middle of a suspicious art deal, he is helpful in being her sounding board and getting whatever info he can on the sly.

Will she be fingered as part of this deal if things go sour?  Will she and Frankie be on again, or will she decide to see where the sparks lead with Tim?

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DOG COLLAR KNOCKOFF by Adrienne Giordano

About the Book

Title:                           Dog Collar Knockoff
Series:                         Lucie Rizzo Mysteries
Author:                       Adrienne Giordano
Release Date:              February 9, 2016
Publisher:                   SilverHart Publishing
Genre:                         Mystery
Buy Links:                  Amazon / iBooks / Barnes & Noble / Kobo


Book Summary:

Catering to the pampered paws set took Lucie Rizzo from unemployed to entrepreneur. With her dog walking/chic pet accessory business on the verge of success, Lucie’s ready to make a name for herself. One not tarnished by her dad’s mobster rep.

When an art deal she brokered between clients turns suspicious, it’s up to Lucie to sniff out the truth. She might not know the difference between Monet and Manet, but Rizzos are no strangers to jail time—and Lucie refuses to be someone’s prison bitch.

Unless that someone is a tall, blond and Irish cop. Detective Tim O’Brien certainly knows how to get Lucie hot under the rhinestone collar. And with her on-again-off-again relationship with Frankie Falcone currently off, O’Brien isn’t shy about making her feel wanted, mafia ties and all. Even joining her crack—or crackpot—team on the trail of two paintings with equally shady origins.


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Lucie paused in front of the Lutzs’ garage while the door made its ascent. The heat from the tiny cobblestone driveway scorched right through the bottom of her sneakers, and she rocked back on her heels. For what this brownstone cost, the driveway should have come with air-conditioning. After all, Chicago in August? The humidity alone could suffocate her.

Once the door silently halted, Lucie pointed toward the interior door. “Stay alert, Lauren. This is where it gets tricky.”

The newest part-time member of Lucie’s dog walking team studied the door and waited for instructions. Lauren seemed like a nice kid. Well, at twenty, she wasn’t really a kid. Lucie was only six years older. Still, Lauren was new to Coco Barknell and needed to understand the intricacies of working with the dogs.

Particularly this dog.

“The door,” Lucie said, “is your friend. Otis is the deadly combination of a jumper and a runner.”

Lauren scrunched her face. “What?”

“When you open the door, you have to do a body block so he doesn’t squeeze through. He’s an eighty-five pound Olde English bulldog. If you’re not careful, you will either A) wind up flat on your butt with Otis on top of you or B) be chasing him around the neighborhood. I’ve done both and it’s not fun. Plus, it’ll destroy your schedule.”

And with the number of clients Coco Barknell serviced in a day, the schedule was the Bible. As happy as Lucie was about the growth of her dog walking and upscale-dog accessory business, she hated turning the dogs over to others. Of course, she’d done a thorough background check on Lauren, but these animals were almost her babies and she couldn’t trust just anyone with them.

Lucie stepped to the door and planted her feet, weight on her heels. “Are you ready?”


Lauren smiled and maybe that smile had a bit of lady-you’re-a-fruitcake in it, but the first time Otis did one of his Underdog leaps, she would learn.

Lucie opened the door and the howling began. “Hi, boy,” she said, her voice firm and level, no excitement that would cause a doggie mindmelt. “I’m coming in.”

Slowly, she inched the door open and slid through with Lauren bringing up the rear. Otis did his normal jumping and Lucie steadied herself for the onslaught. “Off!”

Finally, he sat, but he tracked Lauren with his eyes. Then—here we go—unable to withstand the pressure of a new person in his space, he leaped, his long tongue flying in search of a cheek to lick.


But Lucie would never be Cesar Milan when it came to making Otis understand who the alpha was. That was Joey’s specialty. It helped that he was six-foot-four and weighed somewhere in the vicinity of two-thirty.

“Sit, Otis,” Lauren said, her voice calm, yet assertive in a truly enviable way.

Otis sat.

Dressed in micro shorts, a tank top, and sneakers, Lauren epitomized the wholesome, yet sexy college co-ed. Her heart-shaped face and long blond hair only added to the morphing of girl-next-door and sexy vixen. If Lucie wasn’t careful, the girl might drive Coco Barknell’s male clients insane.

But the risk was worth it. So far she’d been a responsible employee who showed up on time, ready to work.

Lucie led her through the kitchen to the utility closet, strategically placed in a nook between the kitchen and the adjoining dining room. Otis’s leash and various other dog supplies—poop bags, treats, shampoo—were all stored there and it made Lucie’s life a whole lot simpler. Too bad all her clients weren’t this organized.

“Whoa. Is this an Arturo Gomez?”

Lucie turned and spotted Lauren a few feet away studying the new painting near the dining room entrance. Lucie had seen the painting for the first time last week and marveled at the rich tones. She’d been drawn to the woman’s long, auburn hair cascading over her shoulders as she concentrated on the lute in her hands. The deep red of her dress brought out the smoky archway behind her, and Lucie imagined music echoing off the stone on the surrounding walls.

They shouldn’t be snooping, but the painting was right there. Plus, Lauren was an art history major and probably couldn’t control herself. Lucie decided to let it go. Except the schedule was quickly falling apart.

“I don’t know who the artist is, but the leash is in this closet.”

Ignoring her boss, Lauren inched closer to the painting. “I did a paper on Gomez once. Pure genius at Renaissance.”

“Uh-huh,” Lucie said.

“It might not even be a Gomez, but it looks like one. I don’t think this would be an original though.”

Lucie rolled her eyes. The only fake thing in Mr. Lutz’s world were his wife’s boobs. And those had probably cost a fortune. The man never did anything on the cheap.

“If this is a copy,” Lauren said, “it’s amazing.”

“Lauren, we need to go.”

The girl straightened up. “Right. Sorry. I’ve just never seen one in a private collection. I remember something weird about Gomez’s paintings and how they were sold. I could be wrong though. I’d love to know where he got this one.”

Lucie knew exactly where Mr. L. had gotten it. She’d introduced him to Bart Owens, an art gallery owner who was also a Coco Barknell client. Mr. Lutz had mentioned he wanted to invest in art. Lucie connected him with Bart, and next thing she knew, Bart offered her a finder’s fee for the sale of the painting. And all she’d done was make an introduction. If the amount of the finder’s fee were any indication, that painting was most definitely an original.

After that hefty commission, Lucie—a business owner with escalating expansion expenses to deal with—found herself dropping Bart’s card off with every client she serviced.

Lucie reached into the closet for Otis’s leash. “I think it’s an original. Here’s the leash. Always grab a few of his treats. If he gets loose, it’s the only way to lure him back. He’s a sucker for peanut butter. Trust me, you don’t want him to get loose. He’s an animal.”

At the sight of his leash, Otis leaped, knocking Lucie back a step, but she held her hand out. “Yes, baby. I know. It’s Lucie time.”

When Lucie shoved the leash at her new dog walker, Lauren tore her gaze from the painting. “Sorry. I promise I’m not this flighty. It’s like meeting my favorite celebrity. Total fan-girl here. Would you be able to find out the name of this painting for me? Would that be okay?”

She looked back at the painting with a wistful longing and something in her expression reminded Lucie of herself at twenty. She’d been at Notre Dame back then and dreaming of a future in banking. She’d worked hard, graduated with honors, and landed a job as Mr. Lutz’s assistant at one of the city’s top investment banks. During that time, she’d lived her dream of being more than mob boss Joe Rizzo’s kid. In the world of investment banking, she’d moved beyond the title of mob princess.

For a little while.

Being downsized had certainly humbled her. Reminded her, as if she needed reminding, how easily life could change. It had also busted her back to living in her parents’ home.

That aside, she was now living a different dream. Building her own company. Who would have imagined her little side business of making high-end dog accessories would take off? But take off it did.

In a big way.

Now Lucie, along with her mother and best friend, Roseanne, had a major department store pressuring them for more dog coats and collars. The faster they made them, the faster they sold and Lucie’s panic meter had shot to the red.

All in all, a nice problem to have considering she could still be unemployed, but as with any growing business, time had become scarce. Speaking of…

Lucie checked the time on her phone. Eight minutes behind.

If they didn’t make up some of that eight minutes, by the end of the day, it would be an hour.

“Let’s hit it, Lauren. Plenty more dogs to see today. I’ll ask Mr. Lutz for the title of the painting.”


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About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Adrienne Giordano writes romantic suspense and mystery.  She is a Jersey girl at heart, but now lives in the Midwest with her workaholic husband, sports obsessed son and Buddy the Wheaten Terrorist (Terrier). She is a co-founder of Romance University blog and Lady Jane’s Salon-Naperville, a reading series dedicated to romantic fiction.

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** Book Review ** BRIDE PROTECTOR SEAL by Elle James


4 1/2 STARS!

Really enjoyed this book!  It’s a quick read and has you guessing the whole time.  Lots of chemistry between Swede & Allie!

Axel Svenson AKA Swede is stateside after a career ending injury, and settling into a new job with his former SEAL teammate Hank Patterson.  He’s going to be doing some bodyguard work for Brotherhood Protectors.  His first client turns out to be Hank’s sister, Allie.

Alyssa Patterson is set to marry Damien Reynolds in a couple of weeks time, but strange things have been happening around her and around the ranch, so Damien wants to put some protection on her while he’s traveling to make sure everything is okay.

When attraction flares between Swede & Allie, and more and more secrets start to unravel around her fiance, will there still be a wedding happening?  And will they catch whoever is out to hurt her?

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** Book Review ** WRECKED by Sherilee Gray



The characters in this book draw you in from the second you meet each one.  She’s feisty and stubborn but has that bit of insecurity hidden underneath that rears it’s ugly head on occasion.  He’s a wounded man and a shell of the person the others describe knowing in the past, who believes he doesn’t deserve anything good in life anymore.

Piper West is happy to finally be living on her own now that both of her siblings have found love and are no longer hovering over their baby sis.  She’s out to prove to everyone that she’s got this and can do big things all on her own!

Cole Black owes his best friend Deke a lot, so when he wants him to move in next door and keep an eye out for Piper, he agrees begrudgingly.  How on earth is he going to be able to resist temptation being that close to her?

It doesn’t take long for the burning chemistry and attraction between them to explode! Will Piper ever be able to get Cole to want her as much as she’s wanted him over the years?  And when she figures out what’s holding him back, can she overcome it?

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** Book Review ** THE MILLIONAIRE MAKEOVER by Naima Simone


4 1/2 STARS!

This book is filled with many emotions.  One minute you can be smiling at her best friend’s sassiness, and the next you might be sad as they remember back … but one thing you’ll definitely feel is the steamy hot sizzle coming off of sexy Niall Hunter!

Khloe Richardson is trying to catch the eye of a guy at work and lets her BFF convince her to try the “make him jealous” routine.  Only the joke is on her when the masked bachelor she bids on to be her make-believe date is none other than Niall Hunter, the man who set her on fire several years ago during an alcohol fueled romp and then disappeared from her life.

Irish millionaire, Niall Hunter, has tried for years to get Khloe off his mind, but running into her again makes that impossible … but he’s still torn from his promise to her older brother and his best friend since childhood to stay away and make sure she only settled down with a man worthy of her good heart.

Will Khloe be able to forgive him for stomping on her heart all those years ago?  And will Niall ever be able to see himself worthy of the love of a woman like Khloe?

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** Blog Tour / Book Review / Giveaway ** WHEN WE KISS by Darcy Burke



I adore the Archer family!  We can only dream of having a close-knit family living in a small town like this.  They each have their own unique personality and style, yet make the time to come together to love and support each other.

Liam Archer has avoided Ribbon Ridge as much as he could over the years.  He much prefers his wild and crazy ways in Denver where he’s built himself a successful real estate development company.  Certain things still bring him home to the family though … and this time it hits really hard when he stays longer than normal and has to feel his identical twin brother’s presence in all of their old haunts for the first time since his death.

Aubrey Tallinger is the Archer family’s attorney and has become a friend to some of them. She and Liam have been hooking up when he comes to town for awhile now, but she’s starting to feel too much for the “no strings” guy, and ends it with him.

Will Liam be able to convince her that there’s no harm in having fun?  Or will she be able to tame her love ’em and leave ’em guy?

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When We Kiss
Ribbon Ridge #5
By: Darcy Burke

Releasing January 19, 2016
Avon Impulse


Denver real estate mogul, Liam Archer, has always been a thrill-seeker, and the loss of his identical twin brother has only intensified his reckless behavior. Sky diving, heli-skiing, motorcycle riding…he’s tried everything once. Except falling in love. Liam doesn’t do relationships, but a no-strings fling with Aubrey Tallinger-the smart, gorgeous lawyer handling his brother’s estate-is totally his speed.

At first, hooking up with Liam whenever he’s in Ribbon Ridge is perfect; but Aubrey fears she could fall hard for the sexy daredevil, if he’d only stop refusing to acknowledge the demons he’s trying to outrun. To protect herself from heartbreak, Aubrey ends their affair. But this time, Liam isn’t leaving town and instead of seduction, he wants to be…friends.

The white hot attraction between them still sizzles but Liam knows that winning Aubrey back won’t happen in his bed. He’ll have to convince her that he’s more than the careless, adrenaline junkie she believes him to be. Because when they kiss, Liam feels whole again… and he isn’t ready to give her up without a fight.


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Aubrey grabbed her purse from the back of her chair and fished her wallet from the depths. “Here, let me pay you for my part of the bill.”

Liam’s hand closed over hers as he pushed the wallet back into her purse. “It’s fine. Come on, let’s go.”

This time she couldn’t seem to shake his hand away. She didn’t even try. She let his warmth, his masculinity seep into her and feed the fire burning in her core.

When they stepped outside, the cool, damp night air rushed over her, giving her much-needed clarity. She took a deep breath and moved away from Liam, taking her hand from his grasp and slinging her purse over her shoulder. Then she started to walk down the street. Away from him.

But he only fell into step beside her.

“You’re cute when you’re drunk. Reminds me of Labor Day weekend.”

She threw him a glare. “Do not talk about that.”

It was chilly, so she wrapped her arms around herself. She realized it was also misting, like it had been earlier, and in her haste, she’d left her raincoat back at The Arch and Vine.

She turned a smile on Liam. “Any chance you want to run back and get my coat?” Then she could get rid of him.

He chuckled. “You really don’t want me walking you home, do you? I’ll grab it later. After I make sure you’re tucked into bed.”

She turned the corner onto her street. “Oh no you don’t. You aren’t coming anywhere near my bed.”

“I promise to keep my hands to myself.”

“I just realized your name is almost spelled the same as liar.” She arched a brow at him. “Coincidence? I think not.”

He laughed again. “You are too funny tonight.”

It started raining harder. He pulled his jacket off and wrapped it around her. “Come on, let’s pick up the pace.” He grabbed her hand and pulled her along at a steady clip.

The cooler temperature had given her a much-needed jolt of sobriety, but the speed walking was making her feel off-kilter again. “Not so fast,” she said, trying to tug her hand from his.

“Yes, fast. Or should I carry you?” His blue-gray gaze raked over her, and she realized it was possible to feel a shiver and a blast of heat at the same time. Or maybe she was just super extra drunk.

No, because if she was, she wouldn’t be thinking that, right? She’d be blithely unaware and probably gleefully clutching more than Liam’s hand.

They reached her house, and he ushered her up the driveway and onto her porch. He let go of her hand and held out his palm. “Key?”

Standing beneath the porch light, she rummaged around in her purse. Why did a woman’s purse always get more cavernous when she was looking for something?

Liam took it from her and stuck his hand inside. He immediately came up with her keys.

She put her hands on her hips. “How’d you do that?”

He flashed her a heart-stopping smile. “I think I told you once that I had magic fingers.”

Even if he hadn’t, she remembered. For a brief moment, she gave herself over to the memory of his hands on her body, the way he stroked her inner thigh, the manner in which he cupped her breast.

He opened the door and pulled her inside. “You’re wet.” He tugged his leather jacket from her shoulders and let it drop to the floor.

Bummer because it smelled deliciously like him—cedar and citrus. God, she loved that scent.

“Did you drink any water?” he asked.

She blinked at him. “What?”

“Water. You need water, or you’re going to be miserable come morning.”

Right. Water. No, she didn’t think they’d been drinking much water. Just tequila.

He took her hand again and led her straight back to the kitchen. He moved away from her, then came back and sat her down on one of the barstools. She half expected him to pat her on the head or something.

“You don’t have to take care of me like a lost puppy,” she said.

He laughed. “Is that what I’m doing?” He pulled a glass from her cabinet—he knew exactly where they were, which was remarkable since he’d only been inside her house a few times. She thought of the first time—that night last summer. Not cold and rainy like tonight, but hot and humid. Wet and sexy in a completely different way.

Holy hell she was horny.

He set the water on the counter in front of her. “Drink.”

She saluted him before picking up the glass and downing it.

He swept it up and went for a refill. In the meantime, she realized she was wet. Her sweater was damp from the mist and the rain before he’d covered her with his coat. She glanced at his back and realized he was wet, too. Wetter than she was. His shirt was plastered to his skin, delineating every spectacular muscle.

She swallowed and splayed her hands on top of the granite to stop herself from leaping up and grabbing him. Would that be so wrong? How terrible would one more night with Liam be? She was a grown-up. She knew not to expect more from him. She could do that, right? Trade her common sense for a night of unparalleled, mind-blowing, soul-satisfying sex?

Aubrey whisked her wet sweater over her head and tossed it on the stool beside her. Common sense was extremely overrated.


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Darcy Burke is the USA Today bestselling author of hot, action-packed historical and sexy, emotional contemporary romance. Darcy wrote her first book at age 11, a happily-ever-after about a swan addicted to magic and the female swan who loved him, with exceedingly poor illustrations.

A native Oregonian, Darcy lives on the edge of wine country with her guitar-strumming husband, their two hilarious kids-who each seem to have inherited the writing gene in some form-and two Bengal cats. In her “spare” time Darcy is a serial volunteer enrolled in a 12-step program where one learns to say “no,” but she keeps having to start over. Her happy places are Disneyland and Labor Day weekend at the Gorge.

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