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Monthly Archives: December 2018

Book Review: Madeleine by Emma Nichols

Captivating A beautiful story of attraction and love that can’t be suppressed.  Claudette finds work on the Railway in a rural town. She is the only woman on the job and it is only by favor of her father’s influences. 

Book Review: Sweat Equity by Monica McCallan

Another good one from McCallan I love, Love, LOVE stories where the main characters don’t get a long in the beginning. The author was able to successfully illustrate concurrent tension, conflict, and attraction. 

Book Review: Royal Court by Jenny Frame

I did not realize this was the 3rd book in a series. And I am happy to report that I was able to read this and enjoy it standalone. Also, I kind of expected this to be set in the past. But enjoyed that this

Book Review: Music City Dreamers by Robyn Nyx

Louie is a butch songwriter that leaves Chicago to pursue her dreams in Nashville. Right upon arrival, she hits it off with a talented young singer and decides to room with him. Heather is a scout for a major music label, recently promoted after her

Book Review: The Island Angel by Alex Slorra

It was hard for me to get into this book at first. It was difficult for me to follow for some reason. But after the first chapter, it found a rhythm. Jessica is a corporate tech leader who finds herself at the center of a

Book Review: Taking Chances by Erin McKenzie

The first half of this book was very good. It even invoked a nice tear fest. Val works in a library. Because of her experience as a foster kid, she decides that she would like to begin fostering children. During the weeks of training, she

Book Review: Pursuit Of Happiness by Carsen Taite

I couldn’t get enough of this book.  Meredith is a Senator. Stevie is a Public Defender. Their paths cross when Meredith has to question Stevie in regards to a minimum sentencing rule. Stevie wants more time to persuade the Senator in her favor so invites