Category: *Review

Hell Yeah by Carolyn Brown *Lisa’s Review*

Cathy O’Dell runs the Honky Tonk bar on the outskirts of town. She’s been beaten down by a man before, so her disposition towards the opposite is anything but friendly. That was until Travis Henry storms into town with his crew digging for oil in the lot next to her bar. She breaks every personal wall she’s set up around herself to let Travis in. […]

The Leopard Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt *Stephanie’s Review*

Lady Georgina Maitland is eight and twenty and the idea of marriage horrifies her. She is outspoken and isn’t ruled by the social expectations of her time. Her aunt left her a great amount of land with the stipulation that no man may step in and take responsibility for it. George takes in interest in her land and wants to accompany her land steward to her country home to see for […]

Sudden Death by Allison Brennan *Stephanie’s Review*

Megan Elliott is a very successful special agent in the FBI. She takes her cases personally and she never gives up. Never. Megan currently heads the Violent Crimes/Major Offender Squad for the FBI. She takes her job very seriously and runs everything by the book. She doesn’t even bend the rules. Jack Kincaid is a soldier-for-hire. He only takes jobs that are for the greater good. […]

Raine by Elizabeth Amber *Alexa’s Review*

First off let me say caution, this book is NOT for the faint of heart. The Lords of Satyr have a unique bloodline from Elseworld and they have special “powers”. Theses three Lords protect the barrier between Elseworld and the human world so that an all out war does not happen between the two worlds. The Lords have a simple life taking care of their vineyard in […]

Ruthless Heart by Emma Lang *Lisa’s Review*

Ruthless Heart is tender story of the power of love and how it can take someone weak and make them strong or warm even the coldest of hearts.  Fans of western historical romances reminiscent of the work by Joan Johnston or Johanna Lindsey will love Lang’s charming tale. Eliza Hunter lives a sheltered life.  As a member of her ward in the Latter Day Saints […]