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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Book Review: Love Beneath The Christmas Tree by Jae

This was a short and sweet Christmas novella about a mall cop grump who becomes enamored with a boy and his mother. This story covers 3 points of times in their lives within about a 2 year period. Surprisingly, Jae was able to deliver the

Book Review: Eyes Like Those by Melissa Brayden

I had been holding off on reading this series because I think I liked the idea of having more Brayden books out there that I had not read yet. Well, that was just stupid. I punished myself for no reason whatsoever. This was too good

Book Review: Ambereye by Gill McKnight

Was this supposed to be funny? I truly just giggled most of the time. Hope’s friend and CEO of Ambereye, Inc.(Andre) has convinced her to go back to work early. She had been out on medical leave. She used to be his PA but her

Book Review: Winter Love Songs by Eliza Andrews

Angst ridden holidays. I was reading this novella and thinking how familiar it was. Then I was convinced I had already read it. And at one point, I could predict everything that was happening, so I was concerned this was stolen from another author’s work.

Book Review: Sophomore Surge by K.R. Collins

Sophomore slump. The first book in this series surprised me in the best way. We got to know Sophie Fournier and take a journey with her as she experienced her first year in the NAHL. She had to overcome all of the obstacles that come

Book Review: Changing Course by Brey Willows

Comsos dust and prowler balls, this was good. Jessa is the captain of a vacation/transport ship that becomes under duress as we start the book. Astroids have caused significant damage resulting in the need to hop into pods and escape. Unfortunately, her pod also falls

Book Review: Fare Game by Cade Haddock Strong

Whistle while you work. Kay is a pricing VP for a major airline. Kay has been brought into an unethical situation at work and she is trying to find a way out . Meanwhile, she becomes smitten with a work colleague, Riley, while both are

Book Review: If The Shoe Fits by E.J. Noyes

Jana is a family law attorney and the sister of Sabine, from the ‘Ask, Tell’ series. She is a serial dater, fears commitment, and is picky beyond reason. One fateful morning, on her way to important court appearance, she runs into Brooke, who works in