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Book Review: Then & Now by Monica McCallan

Instant favorite. I am a big fan of Monica McCallan. Her characters are always hot and likable, with better than average dialogue, and a small dose of angst for a good payoff. But this was so much more than that. McCallan tells an affecting story

Book Review: To The Moon And Back by Melissa Brayden

Grounded from the gulp. Lauren is a stage manager at an esteemed Minneapolis theater, The McAllister. Her much needed vacation is thwarted when she is asked to cancel and run interference for a troubled starlet who just signed on as a lead for the upcoming

Book Review: High October by Elena Graf

“You’re my, my, my, my lover…” – Taylor Swift Liz is a 58 year-old renowned surgeon that semi-retired to Maine where she opened up a small family practice. One night she is called to the office to urgently help an actress who fell and injured

Book Review: Big Girl Pill by KD Williamson

Maya is a corporate team building coordinator. She left home to avoid her best friend who she had feelings for. Nina is the best friend who has been trying to stay in touch with Maya because she doesn’t want to lose her friendship. Nina’s wedding

Book Review: Brooklyn Summer by Maggie Cummings

Kitty therapy. Ashleigh (awesome spelling, by the way) is a divorced high school math teacher that spends time at her best guy friend’s Brooklyn bar. She hasn’t quite gotten beyond the disappointment of her failed relationship. To rub things in, she frequently sees her ex-wife

Book Review: Taking A Shot At Love by KC Richardson

Insecurity. Celeste is a university English professor. She has only had one relationship in her life that she had to leave because the woman ended up being abusive. Lisa is the basketball coach at the same university. She doesn’t have time for relationships because she

Book Review: Out of Practice by Carsen Taite

Never the bride… Abby flies off to her vacation destination completely prepared to relax and enjoy her time of seclusion from others. But when Roxanne falls into her lap, her personal itinerary falls by the wayside. Their no-strings/no personal information fling becomes more than they

Book Review: In The Shadow Of Darkness by Nicole Stiling

Blood Disease. It’s 1926. Angeline is walking home from work and meets Kathryn, a beautiful red headed predator who attacks. Fast forward to present day and Meghan finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time at the local Gas ‘N’ Eats. She wakes

Book Review: Uncharted by Robyn Nyx

A couple of archaeologists walk into a tomb… There is a joke in there somewhere. Actually, there is quite a bit of humor in this adventure filled story of the search for the Golden Trinity. Chase and Rayne have a history. I won’t go into