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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: The Abalone Shell by Suzie O’Connell

Review: The Abalone Shell by Suzie O’Connell
Posted May 11, 2017 ,

The Abalone Shell left me in awe. The scenery of Sea Glass Cove, the incredibly self-reflective and emotionally vulnerable characters and O’Connell’s familiar, comfy writing style combined perfectly to leave me breathless. The Abalone Shell embodies O’Connell’s greatest strength, her ability to craft heroes and heroines who are just resurfacing after fighting through their darkest days. O’Connell explored that strength […]

Review: Ride Rough by Laura Kaye

Review: Ride Rough by Laura Kaye
Posted May 8, 2017 ,

I want to escape into the Raven Riders’ world. The men throughout the Raven Riders series are so confident and so noble at the same time. They take care of their women and manage to stay friends through thick and thin. I attribute my lust for the Raven Riders’ world entirely to Kaye. She beautifully portrays the joy, the energy […]

Review: Too Complicated by Bethany Lopez

Review: Too Complicated by Bethany Lopez
Posted May 4, 2017 ,

Bethany Lopez has this amazing way of sucking me into her books so that the world fades away. Each time I pick up one of her works it’s guaranteed that I’ll not only enjoy the story but that I’ll also come away with a greater level of gratitude in my daily reflection. Her books are so full of hope that […]

Review: The Bad Luck Bride by Janna MacGregor

Review: The Bad Luck Bride by Janna MacGregor
Posted May 2, 2017 ,

I’ve been majorly slacking on my quest to read 30 new to me authors in 2017. So, when the cover of The Bad Luck Bride caught my attention I requested it without a second thought. Suddenly my quest was renewed and I was back in the game of actively hunting for new to me authors! Isn’t it amazing what a […]

Review: Dark Alpha’s Lover by Donna Grant

Review: Dark Alpha’s Lover by Donna Grant
Posted April 18, 2017 ,

This series just keeps getting better and better. Dark Alpha’s Lover is the story of a Reaper, Fintan, and a half-Fae, Catriona. Catriona (Cat) is being watched by both Dark and Light Fae and she catches Fintan’s eye when he notices that she draws such attention. Fintan is immediately fascinated by Cat’s acceptance of her isolationist lifestyle. She’s a half-Fae […]

Review: Betting on Paradise by Lizbeth Selvig

Review: Betting on Paradise by Lizbeth Selvig
Posted April 10, 2017 ,

The women of Paradise Ranch are back! Selvig’s fourth installment of her Seven Brides for Seven Cowboys series has arrived and it features Grace, one of the Crockett identical triplets. Grace returns to her family’s ranch after branching off from her sisters and taking an extended leave from their coffee shop business in Denver. When she returns home she finds […]

Review: My One True Highlander by Suzanne Enoch

Review: My One True Highlander by Suzanne Enoch
Posted April 6, 2017 ,

Suzanne Enoch’s Highlander novels are some of my very favorite historicals. Enoch is particularly adept at blending Londoners with Highlanders. In the first book of the No Ordinary Hero series, Hero in the Highlands, we met Gabriel and Fiona. Gabriel is an English soldier who has recently inherited a title and a property in the Highlands. Fiona is the estate-keeper […]