Born to Bite by Lynsay Sands *Lisa’s Review*

Argeneau bites again! Sands fans can rest assured knowing the latest Argeneau novel Born to Bite is just as great as book one. This book may have a different tempo than her earlier novels, but it still captures the same paranormal story fans know and love. Armand Argeneau has been unlucky in love. His last three wives have met an early demise and the poor […]

Body Master by CJ Barry *Lisa’s Review*

Body Master is a clever mix of paranormal romance with a little bit of science fiction weirdness to make for a pretty intriguing novel! Fast paced action, sexy characters and a fresh take on the paranormal world make this a must read! Seneca Thomas is an XCEL agent whose job is to capture rouge shapeshifters that have recently invaded the planet. Shapeshifters that have been […]

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. […]

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 […]

Cherokee Storm by Janelle Taylor *Lisa’s Review*

Janelle Taylor’s Cherokee Storm is a heartfelt story about two people from two different worlds who must fight against everything to be together. Fans of a truly compelling and emotional love story set during the Seven Years War and tumultuous years of American settlement will love this novel. Shannon O’Shea is a young girl who has too often seen the horrors of the open frontier. […]