Category: 2 Stars

Review: Blind Date by Emma Hart

Review: Blind Date by Emma Hart

Blind Date is the first book I’ve read by Emma Hart. Technically, it’s a novella, and the length of the story felt just right to me. However, the relationship between the hero and heroine felt underdeveloped. Also, there were some serious editing issues that distracted me throughout the book. Bee Donnelly has been set up […]

Posted April 23, 2017
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Review: Bedding the Highlander by Sabrina York

Review: Bedding the Highlander by Sabrina York

Bedding the Highlander by Sabrina York is part of James Patterson’s BookShots Flames collection. If I’m not mistaken, this is the first historical in the Flames line. I had hoped that this would be a quick and fun read, but unfortunately I found it boring and I struggled to finish it. Following a declared truce […]

Posted March 5, 2017
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Review: The Black Room: Door Five by Jasinda Wilder

Review: The Black Room: Door Five by Jasinda Wilder

The Black Room: Door Five by Jasinda Wilder is part of a serial and definitely should be read in order. This review will be short since I didn’t enjoy this door. The story didn’t hold my attention so I put it down for a bit and promptly forgot everything that had happened in this particular […]

Posted January 2, 2017
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Review: The Black Room: Door Four by Jasinda Wilder

Review: The Black Room: Door Four by Jasinda Wilder

The Black Room: Door Four by Jasinda Wilder is part of a serial and definitely should be read in order. This door is super explicit and is basically one extended orgy filled with various types of kink, especially voyeurism and exhibitionism. The central plot revolves around a poker game with some…interesting stakes. If you’re looking purely […]

Posted December 15, 2016
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Review: One In a Million by Jill Shalvis

Review: One In a Million by Jill Shalvis

One In a Million is book #12 and the final book in Jill Shalvis’s Lucky Harbor series. I’ve grown quite fond of the series as a whole, so it’s bittersweet to finally finish reading it. One In a Million is okay on its own, but in comparison to most of the other books in the […]

Posted June 17, 2016
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Review: One to Keep by Tia Louise

Review: One to Keep by Tia Louise

One to Keep is book #2 in Tia Louise’s One to Hold series. It’s definitely important to read the first book before reading this one, otherwise the story will be pretty confusing. I was very excited to read One to Keep because I loved the first book, One to Hold, so much. However, this didn’t […]

Posted June 13, 2016
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Review: Pucked by Helena Hunting

Review: Pucked by Helena Hunting

I had heard so many good things about this book and I really expected that I would like it, too. However, the writing combined with some plot and characterization issues prevented me from enjoying Pucked. Violet works in accounting for her step-dad, who’s a sports scout. Violet’s step-brother, Buck, is an NHL player. Violet and […]

Posted May 12, 2016
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Review: Midnight Lily by Mia Sheridan

Review: Midnight Lily by Mia Sheridan

Well, I guess it was bound to happen eventually. I finally read a Mia Sheridan book that I didn’t like. I’ve read so many of her books and adored most of them, but I don’t recommend this one. (A note about the audio version: I can’t see myself ever rereading this, so I’ve returned it […]

Posted April 25, 2016
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Review: Must Love Cowboys by Cheryl Brooks

Review: Must Love Cowboys by Cheryl Brooks

I had a lot of trouble finishing this book. If I hadn’t read the previous books in the series, I probably would have abandoned this and not finished. But since I had read the others and liked them, I figured I’d stick with this one. I finished it, but didn’t love it at all. Tina […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Off Limits by Kelly Jamieson

Review: Off Limits by Kelly Jamieson

Off Limits is a holiday novella in the Aces Hockey series. Goodreads lists it as #1.5 in the series. I haven’t read book #1 and had no trouble following the storyline, so it’s safe to say that this can be read as a standalone. The couple from the first book makes just a brief appearance […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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