• Review: Across the Winds of Time

    Molly and her sister, Sara, are on a quest to find out more about their ancestors. The best way for them to do this is to take a little vacation scouring cemeteries in Iowa to see if they can find any of their deceased relatives. As they stop in one cemetery,...

  • Review: Michael & Shyne The Wolf's Mate, #4

    Shyne Marie Jackson was removed from state foster care the day she turned eighteen. The state gave her twenty dollars and showed her the door. Lost and alone she wasn't sure where to go. When she meets another lost soul, Travis Heron, they decide to go...

  • Review: Bo & Reika The Wolf's Mate, #5

    Bo, third in the Tressel Pack, found no relief from the pain in his leg with the shifting. The pain from the old injury was steadily growing worse. The full moon gathering was here and he was going to enjoy it while he could. As Bo heads towards the others...

  • Review: Logan & Jenna The Wolf's Mate, #6

    R. E. Butler has taken the tried and true and made it extraordinary once again. Girl is in peril, boy saves girl, boy and girl must fight evil forces and save their world, and then boy and girl live happily ever after. Almost all romance suspense novels...

  • Review: Lindy & The Wulfen The Wolf's Mate, #7

    To say Melinda "Lindy" Vincent has an appalling reputation is like saying The Great Chicago Fire was a bonfire. She has decided she does not like who she has become and sets out to make changes to her life. She wants to become the person she wants to...

  • Review: A Broken Kind of Beautiful

    For me this novel wasn't as inspirational as I had hoped. I wasn't as fond of Ivy, the main character of the plot, as I would have hoped and often times she came off a bit too strong and unwilling to correct the errors that were considered major mistakes...

  • Article: Free Book: Letters at Christmas by Amber Lin #NORFreeRead #Excerpt

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Enjoy a free download of this book through 7/21/14. Letters at Christmas Men of Fortune #1 Three London Seasons. Three Christmases come and gone. Jilted Sidony Harbeck is done waiting for the inconstant...

  • Review: The Witch of Clan Sinclair

    This enjoyable historical romance continues the saga of the Sinclair family that was featured in “The Devil of Clan Sinclair” and gives an entertaining view of Edinburgh society as it undergoes a pivotal evolution. Mairi’s courage, her brother’s support...

  • Review: Opening Act Encore Series, #1 / A Rock and Roll Romance

    I actually liked the book. The storyline was a bit slow and I didn't like the characters too much. I wish the author would have written Loni as a character with a spine and had Shay save her. Overall the characters did fit the plot that the author wanted...

  • Review: Unstoppable A Country Roads Novel, #3

    I loved this book and I highly recommend this book to those who love a happily ever after story. Mel thought that she would never find the man for her. That is until Bennett volunteered to help her with her students project. Then they became extremely...

  • Review: A Lily Among Thorns

    As a reader I am constantly looking to be charmed by the characters of any of the novels that I read. I want to feel like I am a part of the story rather than someone who is only reading the material. I was overly concerned with how the author chose to...

  • Review: Flirting with Forever Everson, Texas

    I was overly delighted with this book. This novel was almost like receiving an unexpected package, small and bundled and yet so welcoming. The small town setting was very picturesque and let's face it, sexy hero Theo only adds to the charm and wit of...

  • Review: Million-Dollar Maverick Montana Mavericks: Rust Creek Cowboys

    Million-Dollar Maverick is a fun, small town, western story. Readers will be pulled into a community where they feel like family. Nate sounded like he was a cantankerous man, he had been nice previously to everyone and felt like he should change. I think...

  • Review: Unbroken A Silver Creek Romance, #3

    What a sweet, heart melting friends to lover’s story. Amber and Cade really, really, really were BFF's. While Amber believed in love due to the influence of her grandparents, she was no sentimental fool. She knew true love was rare and Cade….well, Cade...

  • Review: Killer Moves

    I really liked this book. This book was very adventurous and action filled. I recommend it and I will be letting my sister know too. She loves thrillers and this is right up her alley. I can say that if someone walked into my house without permission...

  • Review: The Homecoming Thunder Point, #6

    This was an awesome addition to the Thunder Point series and another well written book by Robyn Carr! Like the Prodigal Son, Seth Sileski has returned to Thunder Point a much changed man. He has taken over supervisor duties at the Sheriff’s Office substation...

  • Review: Nantucket Sisters

    Nantucket Sisters is a great summer beach read. And hey there is a beach scene on the cover, how cool is that? This book follows the main characters over a span of 20 years. All the characters were great, but I loved Maggie more vs. Emily. Readers are...

  • Review: Misdeeds Death Dwellers MC, #2.5

    First of all, I am so hooked on this series. I felt that Kathryn Kelly took things to the next level with this one. Once again, I found myself pulled into a great story that took me on a rollercoaster ride of emotions. Oh yes, it was hard to read at times....

  • Review: Border Bride

    Border Bride is a delightful and sexy historical romance. Ceana knows the fate of her people relies on her and so she marries the leader of Clan Montcrieff. She's willing to marry but no man will be her master, especially the hated Eadan. As the two learn...

  • Review: Falling for Max Kowalski Family, #9

    Falling for Max was an absolute joy to read. This is another winner for Shannon Stacey! While rumors run rampant in Whitford over just what he has in his high security basement as well as his potential 'occupation', Max Crawford has decided that he has...

  • Review: In His Sights A Sugarland Blue Novel, #3

    This was a really moving story. Robyn is a strong woman and a doctor whose focus is on working and doing what’s best for her daughter Maddy. She’s a little weary of men and love in particular because her husband Greg put her through emotional hell. He...

  • Article: Cover Reveal: Undeniably You by Jewel E. Ann & Excerpt

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications Join us for the cover reveal of Undeniably You. This book releases on Aug 18, 2014. Undeniably You One crazy dog––one awkward vet––one naked pool guy––and one life-changing...

  • Review: Rumspringa's Hope Spirit of the Amish, #1

    This was a really good book. I liked it because it was a book based on faith. Other books about an Amish Rumspringa that I have read were about living Amish-free. Even though Emma is considering leaving her Amish ways, she still wants to be be religious...

  • Review: A Table by the Window A Novel of Family Secrets and Heirloom Recipes

    I always wanted to find a secret about my ancestors. I thought that it would be so interesting to find out how they lived. I loved finding out about Juliette's grandmother, and it was an interesting story, to say the least. When I was little my uncle...

  • Review: The Highlander's Bargain Novels of Loch Moigh #2

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I am a huge fan of time travel romances. This enchanting novel is the second book in the 'Loch Moigh' series by Ms. Barbara Longley, and it is absolutely delightful! The story is one that moves at a very rapid...

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