Review: The Favor Blaire Edens

Review: The Favor Blaire Edens
Posted May 23, 2017 ,

Anna Bishop was utterly distraught when, half an hour before her son Louie’s birthday party, the superhero guest of honour Redhawk had not shown. To make matters worse, Anna’s ex-husband George shows up and starts acting up, and that’s when Redhawk appears and decks George. Clark Wainwright’s sister Taylor is Anna’s best friend, and when she told him of Anna’s […]

Review: Relinquish by Noelle Adams

Review: Relinquish by Noelle Adams
Posted May 23, 2017 ,

Relinquish by Noelle Adams is the first story in her new series Balm in Gilead, a spin-off of her Willow Park series. Both are contemporary romance series that feature characters with active Christian faith lives, and while they fit the Romance Writer’s of America (RWA) description of an ‘inspirational romance’, the fact that some titles have on page sex scenes […]

Review: Without Words by Delancey Stewart

Review: Without Words by Delancey Stewart
Posted May 22, 2017 ,

Every once in awhile I come across a young adult romance that has all the typical plots and conflicts of that genre but still manages to surprise me.  And by typical plots and conflicts I mean the hero and heroine with the unfortunate childhoods, and really poor communication skills.  I spend a good deal of time reading YA romances wanting […]

Review: The Darkest Corner by Liliana Hart

Review: The Darkest Corner by Liliana Hart
Posted May 19, 2017 ,

Looking for a new romantic suspense series full of alphas, nonstop action, and quirky heroines? Then look no further than Liliana Hart’s Gravediggers series and The Darkest Corner! In this first installment of the Gravediggers series, we are introduced to the world and the men of Gravediggers. They are the world’s most elite fighters who literally die only to be […]

Review: For the Brave by Holly Bush

Review: For the Brave by Holly Bush
Posted May 18, 2017 ,

For the Brave is the first full-length novel in Holly Bush’s The Gentrys of Paradise series. Although I read the prequel novella for the series late last year, For the Brave can definitely be read as a stand-alone.   The Unique Bush has a very minimalistic writing style. She gives readers just enough information to form a picture in their […]

Review: Concourse by Santino Hassell

Review: Concourse by Santino Hassell
Posted May 17, 2017 ,

Since I first started reading Santino Hassell’s Five Boroughs series, I’ve been fascinated by this gritty and authentic New York set world, wholly different from my own experience. Each story has had unique and flawed characters grappling with their sexuality, their complex lives and their day to day challenges. Concourse is a friends to lovers story at heart, while also […]