Game. Set. Match. by Jennifer Iacopelli *Bianca’s Review*

My Thoughts Woot! Reading rut conquered. It’s been weeks since I have actually finished reading anything and that isn’t the norm for me. I’ve been reading some other things but with work everything has been going very slowly in the reading department. Saturday I decided it was time to pick up my Nook and start reading Game. Set. Match. I was instantly addicted and spent […]

Shadow Magic by Donna Grant *Lisa’s Review*

Shadow Magic by Donna Grant is a great read and a fabulous start in the Sisters of Magic Series. Stunning characters and a passionate romance make this a novel with plenty of heart that you won’t want to miss! Serena has long since given up on fanciful notions of love and family. She is a bana-bhuidseach, a witch, destined to live her life alone. For […]

Review: Healing Hearts by Taryn Kincaid

Healing Hearts is a sweet historical romance story that any girl could love. This tale is the perfect combination of drama, angst and passion that will entertain you throughout. If you are looking for that stunning, but all to brief read, Healing Hearts is the novel for you. I was amazed by how deeply I was sucked into this short story. You barely have a […]

Review: Act Like We’re In Love by Christi Barth

Linnea Larson has an appreciation for the stage and theatrical arts. What she doesn’t appreciate are Hollywood hunks who storm into small towns and think they have the talent to sing and act on stage. Living above her family owned theater is Linnea’s idea of heaven and she can hardly contain her excitement as preparations begin for the theater’s next production of Guys and Dolls. […]

Review: A Dead Man’s Debt by Grace Elliot

A Dead Man’s Debt is historical romance at its best. With this novel, you will find a poignant story about an untrusting woman, a notorious rake and the love that brings them both to their knees. This is a novel that should not be missed! Poor Miss Celeste Armitage. After refusing the advances of a suitor who utterly disgusts her, she is sent away by […]