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Monthly Archives: October 2019

Book Review: Compass Rose by Anna Burke

An exciting pirate story set in the future. What was not to like about this? If you are looking for robust storytelling and world building, then this is the book for you. Extra points for lots of strong women characters. This story is about a

Book Review: Tennessee Whiskey by Donna K. Ford

Finding roots in the back woods. Dane has been rattled. She fell prey to a significant trauma that has her questioning her place in the world. She heads back home, the one place she was anxious to flee as soon as she had the chance.

Book Review: Not Since You by Fiona Riley

A second chance cruise romance. Charlotte is vacationing on a cruise that was meant to be her honeymoon. Her ex-finance cheated on her and therefore they never married. As luck would have it… Charlotte’s first HS love, Lexi, is employed and assigned as her VIP

Book Review: Back to September by Melissa Brayden

You can’t go wrong with a Melissa Brayden romance. Seriously, you can’t. Buy all of her books. Hannah is a semi book snobbish owner of a book store. She prefers the classics to romance novels. An employee convinces her to showcase a romantic new release

Book Review: Under The Harvest Moon by Robin Hale

I was really excited to read this because this author’s book ‘Silhouette’ is one of my favorites. ‘Under the Harvest Moon’ is an interesting journey into the magical world of star borns (witches, shape shifters, vampires, etc.) Laurel is a Nebraska girl (GO BIG RED)

Book Review: Coming Home by K J

Ordinary plus extraordinary equal an adorable and heartwarming courtship. Sam Markson is a coveted teacher at a posh private school in Melbourne, Australia. Abigail Taylor is a famous american movie star that needs someone to watch and provide education to her daughter while she is

Book Review: Slammed by Lola Keeley

Stretching limits to achieve goals. Elin is the world number one women’s tennis player. She has a team of people surrounding her to make sure she performs at the top of her game. Everything in her life has been about winning. She is on track

Book Review: The Roommate Arrangement by Jae

A humble romance with flawed yet likable characters. Steph is a comedian who is tired of being on the road. She is losing faith in her career choice as she was meant to make it before the age of 30. She enjoys casual flings and

Book Review: The Wrong McElroy by KL Hughes

Fiona is stuck spending Christmas weekend with the McElroy family. Her best friend, Michael, has convinced her to go home and pretend to be his girlfriend because he is tried of hearing his family hound him about finding someone. The McElroy family is large. A

Book Review: Top of Her Game by M . Ullrich

Kenzie is picked up by the NJ Hurricanes soccer team. Her long time super crush, Sutton Flores, is on the team. She is afraid she is going to make a fool out of herself. And she does. Sutton is a seasoned star soccer player. She