• Review: Honor's Price A Warriors of the Mist Novel, #3

    Honor's Price is the third and final installment of Alexis Morgan's Warriors of the Mist trilogy. This series been a wonderful tale of redemption, romance and magic. I really enjoyed this book as well as the first two. I hope that Ms. Morgan will bring...

  • Review: Moonlight Raider Border Nights, #1

    I liked this tale a lot and I wish I could give it a higher rating because it has some interesting characters and a nice storyline going for it, however, it has a problem that stops it from going to higher levels. This tale’s writing flow spits and sputters...

  • Review: Scent of a Woman

    Scent of a Woman is a very good book. It told the story of an obscure legend called the Ap-Muea. They are shapeshifters that take the form of a cat by night. They are located in the Texas area and one reporter is out to separate the truth from the legend....

  • Review: Broken The Cavanaugh Brothers, #2

    I really loved this book! Laura Wright takes us back to River Black for the second book in her Cavanaugh Brothers Series. In this book it is James, our emotionally damaged horse whisperer, who finds love and a peace of sorts, as the brothers continue...

  • Review: Think of England

    In all honesty I don't read a lot of historicals but I tried this book because I really like the author's paranormal historical series. I am glad I did. This was another well done story. It's 1904 and Curtis has been invited to stay at a country house...

  • Review: Heavenly Desire Elemental Sisters Series, #3

    Clyde is an angel sent to guard Jade Ashley and reunite her with her long lost sisters. They need to join in preparing for the upcoming war. Clyde has his own battle to fight, he has to decide if he’s willing to give up his wings for a woman he loves...

  • Review: Soul Scars Dog Haven Sanctuary Romance, #2

    The characters make this story. Lulah was pretty interesting and I loved her connection to the dogs. I have always been fascinated by trainers who work with guide dogs and dogs for veterans. Her concern and anxiety toward Vince is heartwarming and makes...

  • Review: With Open Arms The Cutteridge Series Book 2

    I've never been a fan of western romances novels. Movies yes, but not books. In fact until now I have never discovered one that I actually liked…let alone enjoyed. It may seem harsh, but I find the genre overly done with constant repeated plots. So when...

  • Review: Special Interests Easy Part, #1

    Special Interests is an interesting contemporary novel from author Emma Barry. Barry brings us into a realistic world where politics and romance clash. We get both Parker’s and Millie’s perspectives consistently throughout the novel, which was something...

  • Review: A Pirate's Curse Legends of the Soaring Phoenix, #1

    A Pirate’s Curse has a little bit of everything I like in my romance novels. First, it is a historical with swashbuckling pirates, damsels in distress, and a hero, Kane, that you will drool over. The heroine, Hannah, is caught up in a life not of her...

  • Review: The Broken The Apostles, #1

    This book was crazy, imagine being attacked by someone who’s supposed to love and protect you, imagine that person being your own brother, imagine the shock, what that would do to you. Would you keep that a secret and run far away? Or would you stay and...

  • Review: To Light The Dragon's Fire Dragons, Griffons and Centaurs, Oh My!, #1

    Exploring caves in the Mountains of Wyoming, Terra and Lanni accidentally land in hot water in a world they could never have imagined. King Draven Taraxus needs the love of a human with fire-red hair and silvery eyes that will light the dragon’s fire...

  • Review: What the Heart Wants

    Being blamed for your parent’s sins and past mistakes is hard and one of the worst things that can happen to you. Having that parent be a preacher and a pillar of the community is even worse. Laurel has firsthand experience of this when the town turns...

  • Review: The Accidental Highland Hero The Highlanders, #2

    I enjoyed the first book in this series and have since read a few other books by Terri Spear…making her a new favorite author. This is the second book in a series, but can be read as a standalone. Here is the set up. Eilis is at the mercy of her evil...

  • Review: Joyful Return to Sugarcreek, Book Three

    Return to Sugarcreek is not only this series name but a wonderful way to welcome readers back to this quaint Amish town. Even if you’ve never heard of Sugarcreek, this story is down to earth and very welcoming. Though the characters are Amish, there are...

  • Review: The Maverick of Copper Creek Copper Creek Cowboys, #1

    This is the first book in a new series by R.C. Ryan and it looks to be as good as previous ones. It quickly grabbed my attention and the complexity of the story added a depth that I didn’t expect. While I was pretty sure who the bad guy was, I still enjoyed...

  • Review: The Other Kind Progeny of Evolution, #1

    This is a very different take on the usual vampire and werewolf story, quite unique. Vampires thought werewolves were a myth until Jim met Samantha, and werewolves thought vampires were a myth, until Samantha met Jim. Each tried to make the other their...

  • Review: In Your Dreams The Blue Heron Series, #4

    This tale has a lot of stuff going on in it, too much I think. It has a hero who reminds me of a contemporary knight in shining armor and some funny scenes that had me laughing out loud a few times. Yet, this tale also has some problems that made this...

  • Interview: Night Owl Romance Interviews Kelli A. Wilkins

    Current Release: A Secret Match What's your book about? Everett Kinkade is a world-famous professional wrestler and the sexy heartthrob of millions of adoring female fans. But Ev has a secret he doesn’t dare share with anyone. He’s gay. After years of...

  • Review: Sweet on You Sweet on a Cowboy, #3

    This intriguing look at the behind-the-scenes activity related to the challenging sport of bull riding is both informative and a sobering reminder of the price being paid by both those who serve in the military and those who participate in an occasionally...

  • Review: The Escape A Survivors' Club Novel, #3

    This beautiful historical romance continues to demonstrate this author’s ability to present individuals tortured by their experiences who find a way to claw their way to happiness. The intense and heartwrenching after-effects of war has a pervasive influence...

  • Review: Harvest at Mustang Ridge Mustang Ridge, #3

    I really loved this book. It made me laugh and smile. It was heartfelt and even a little real. Krista loves living at home on her family's ranch. She has made her dream come true. Each day and each week is a new adventure for her. But when her old love...

  • Review: Whatcha Gonna Do With a Cowboy Deputy Laney Briggs, #1.5

    This was the first book by Jodi Linton that I have read but it won’t be the last. I can’t wait to see what Deputy Laney Briggs gets up to next. This book is well written, enjoyable, sexy, and smart. I really enjoyed the interaction between characters...

  • Review: Outfoxed by Love Kodiak Point, #2

    This is the second book in the series which centers around an Alaskan community made up of different kinds of shifters. We met Boris in book one, and honestly I envisioned him as an old man based on his attitude and demeanor. But I was wrong. Boris is...

  • Review: The Letter Calendar Men: Mr. July

    This story is part of the calendar series of which all can be read independently from each other as except for being part of a calendar for charity there is nothing tying them together. I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Two people who were affected by...

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