Category: *Review

Review: Music Master by Barbara Miller

If you are looking for a quick and light read, Music Master is the ticket. There isn’t a build up to the romance, since these two love each other from page one and admit it openly. What this book is about it trying to overcome all obstacles to be together and building the basics from a strong, trusting marriage. Still, it is just as romantic […]

Review: Romeo, Romeo by Robin Kaye

Rosalie Ronaldi is doing just fine on her own. She doesn’t need or want a man to make herself feel complete. Rosalie has always avoided commitment in a relationship and she has NEVER let anyone stay at her apartment. Ever. Who wants to share a bed with someone who will most likely take up all the available space? There isn’t anything that a man could […]

Review: Atlantis Betrayed by Alyssa Day

When you have two individuals after the same prize, sparks are bound to fly! Such is the case in Day’s 8th installment in the Warriors of Poseidon series. This is an outstanding paranormal series and the latest installment Atlantis Betrayed shows the series is still going strong! Christophe is the rouge warrior…always refusing to fall into line. Well now he’s in London trying to sneak […]

Review: Cutting Edge by Allison Brennan

Nora English was raised by an anarchist. At a young age she could not only tell you the components to a pipe bomb but she could aptly construct one as well. Lorraine (Nora’s mother) raises her children “off the grid.” Nora is raised without ever going to a doctor, dentist, school and she never had a place to call home.When Lorraine (Nora was never allowed […]

Review: Stronger Than Sin by Caridad Pineiro

Jesse Bradford became a celebrity as a pro football player, but an injury ruined his career forever. Now out of options and hoping to save his career, he underwent an experimental treatment after his injury revealed he had a rare bone disease. After the experimental gene is administered, he was held prisoner by a powerful group trying to use Jesse’s new ‘powers’ to their advantage. […]