* Review * LESSONS IN FATHERHOOD by Makenna Lee

  Heartfelt characters, emotional back stories and just enough adorable sass to keep me hooked page after page! The fifth book in the Home to … [Continue reading]

* Review * ANTON by Kat Mizera

  Decadently forbidden! Fans of Kat Mizera's varying characters will be in for a treat with the latest in her Sidewinders: Generations series, … [Continue reading]

* Review * TEXAS BURIED SECRETS by Virginia Vaughan

  The captivating conclusion to a great series! Danger is lurking as a crime scene uncovers so much more than this small town was expecting. … [Continue reading]

* Review * THE LOST AND FOUND GIRL by Maisey Yates

  A dazzling display of small town angst filled with heartwarming characters, quaint charm and a twist you'll never expect! I was quickly … [Continue reading]

* Review * KIDNAPPED IN ALASKA by Beth Carpenter

  Pulse pounding intrigue! I was quickly enchanted with this story of danger when they least expect it. The characters are well developed, the … [Continue reading]

* Review * HIS DESERT BRIDE BY DEMAND by Lela May Wight

  A promising debut! This reunion of first loves is sure to hook fans of a royal romance. The characters have interesting back stories and the … [Continue reading]

* Review * IT STARTED WITH A PUPPY by Christy Jeffries

  Heartfelt, addictive and simply adorable! With the final book in the Furever Yours series Christy Jeffries brings us a romance filled to the … [Continue reading]


  Highly addictive and down-to-earth! I couldn't have loved the characters of this story more. Each has a strong past that built them into who … [Continue reading]

* Review * LAKESIDE MYSTERY by Carol Ericson

  An intricate mystery! The second book in The Lost Girls series brought a new mystery to the forefront that held ties to ongoing drama. I … [Continue reading]

* Review * INNOCENT IN HER ENEMY’S BED by Dani Collins

  This enemies-to-lovers story comes to life quickly and does not disappoint! With a cast of formidable players, I was quickly drawn into the … [Continue reading]