Category Archives: Reviews

ARC REVIEW: The Marriage Mistake by Jennifer Probst

  Jennifer Probst has released 3 books and 4 novellas in a single calendar year. That’s a lot of writing, people.  And unfortunately for Ms. Probst, it shows.  The Marriage Mistake is the 3rd book in her Marriage To A … Continue reading

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REVIEW: A Night of No Return by Sarah Morgan

  I am in love with Sarah Morgan.  It’s a young love.  But a deep one.  I first met her a few short months ago.  When I saw a super corny title called Doukaki’s Apprentice.  Obviously, I scoffed at the … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Rescue My Heart by Jill Shalvis

  I have a real love/didn’t really like it relationship with Jill Shalvis.  While I loved Books  2 and 3 of her Lucky Harbor series, I didn’t really like books 1 and 4.  I loved Book 1 of her Sky … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Royal Pain by Megan Mulry

Men can make you do some stupid things. They can convince you to give them all of your savings, even though you can’t really afford it. And they can make you doubt your intelligence and self-confidence, when you know deep … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Babycakes by Donna Kauffman

Kit Bellamy is going through a rough time.  She’s just had her family business taken away from her…by her sister’s husband.  And the family home she loved so much, has been lost to the bank.  With no job, no home, … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Harbinger by Peta Crake

I hate running errands.  Really, I do.  I hate having to leave the comfort of my home, with my tub full of Baskin Robbins and my ridiculously large television set.  Just to travel to the dreaded Post office, or crowded … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Reflected In You by Sylvia Day

I am exhausted.  After reading the highly anticipated 2nd installment of Sylvia Day’s Crossfire series, I feel like I’ve been through three brutal divorces, and one spousal death.  That’s how emotionally turbulent this book is.   In this latest chapter … Continue reading

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