Category: 3.5 Stars

Review: No Limits by Katherine Garbera

Review: No Limits by Katherine Garbera

No Limits by Katherine Garbera is the first book in her Space Cowboys series, which combines two of my favorite things: astronomy and cowboys. 😀 I was excited to read No Limits and enjoyed it overall, though there were moments when the pacing of the story felt a bit slow to me. Astronaut Jason “Ace” […]

Posted April 2, 2017
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Review: Delectable by Mila West

Review: Delectable by Mila West

Delectable by Mila West is a fast-paced political romance with a dash of suspense. It follows Catherine Rousseau, an Army veteran turned U.S. Senator, and Harrison Parker, Catherine’s Senate colleague and romantic interest. Catherine served as an Army Judge Advocate General attorney and was wounded in an attack by a suicide bomber in Iraq. She […]

Posted January 30, 2017
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Review: The Black Room: Door Eight by Jasinda Wilder

Review: The Black Room: Door Eight by Jasinda Wilder

The Black Room: Door Eight by Jasinda Wilder is part of a serial and definitely should be read in order. In this final installment of The Black Room, all is revealed and explained. I must admit, I had been hoping for something slightly more…fantastic?…than what the actual explanation turns out to be. As it is, […]

Posted January 7, 2017
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Review: Like Fresh Fallen Snow by Tara Wyatt

Review: Like Fresh Fallen Snow by Tara Wyatt

Like Fresh Fallen Snow is book #2 in The Graysons series by Tara Wyatt. In book #1, we met Luke and Christie. Book #2 focuses on Luke’s twin brother, Matt, and Ellie. Ellie Richards has a New Year’s resolution: the upcoming year will be the Year of Ellie. After finding herself unlucky in love over […]

Posted December 24, 2016
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Review: One Snowy Night by Jill Shalvis

Review: One Snowy Night by Jill Shalvis

One Snowy Night by Jill Shalvis is book #2.5 in the Heartbreaker Bay series. Although part of the series, it’s a novella that can be read as a standalone. It’s a short and sweet story about second chances. Rory Andrews has been living in San Francisco and hasn’t seen her family in years. She hasn’t […]

Posted November 3, 2016
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Review: Calling the Play by Samantha Kane

Review: Calling the Play by Samantha Kane

Calling the Play is the second installment in Samantha Kane’s Birmingham Rebels series. The Rebels are a ragtag NFL team made up of all the cast offs, troublemakers, and rejects who none of the other teams wanted. In book #1, Broken Play, we met Cass, Beau, and Marian, who ended up in a triad relationship. […]

Posted September 25, 2016
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Review: Shielding Lily by Alexa Riley

Review: Shielding Lily by Alexa Riley

Alexa Riley’s books are pure escapism for me. They’re not realistic, there’s not much character development, and in most of their books, there’s not even much plot. But I enjoy them anyway. Shielding Lily is probably one of my favorite of Riley’s books that I’ve read so far. On the sweet to smutty spectrum, this […]

Posted September 18, 2016
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Review: Stealing Taffy by Susan Donovan

Review: Stealing Taffy by Susan Donovan

Stealing Taffy by Susan Donovan is book #3 in her Bigler, North Carolina series. Although this book works as a standalone–I haven’t read the first two books in the series–the plot borrows heavily from the preceding books, so I suspect they’re best read in order. Tanyalee Marie Newberry is a true Southern belle. She’s also […]

Posted September 2, 2016
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Review: Meat by Opal Carew

Review: Meat by Opal Carew

I’ve been looking forward to reading Meat by Opal Carew for a while. Let’s take a minute to appreciate this cover. The apron! The tattoos! The spatula! Because he’s a chef who specializes in meat, get it? I give this cover an A+. As for the book itself, the story didn’t quite live up to […]

Posted July 25, 2016
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Review: Claimed by Elle Kennedy

Review: Claimed by Elle Kennedy

Claimed by Elle Kennedy is book #1 in the Outlaws series. This is a super hot, super smutty book that I enjoyed. The story takes place in a dystopian world where a war has left the United States devastated and in shambles. No longer governed by a democracy, the government now consists of something called […]

Posted July 24, 2016
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