Category: 5 Stars

Review: 30 Days by Christine d’Abo

Review: 30 Days by Christine d’Abo

30 Days is one of the best books I’ve read this year. Seriously, I loved this book SO HARD. Alyssa Barrow is only in her mid-thirties, but she’s a widow after losing her husband, Rob, to cancer. They had a comfortable but loving marriage, having met when Alyssa was just nineteen. In fact, Rob is […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Taking the Heat by Victoria Dahl

Review: Taking the Heat by Victoria Dahl

I’ve read all three books in Victoria Dahl’s Girls’ Night Out series and Taking the Heat is my favorite, hands down. The hero is a super-hot librarian named Gabe. (I’m tempted to just stop there while you run off to buy the book right now, but I should probably elaborate.) Veronica writes an advice column […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Second Chance Summer by Jill Shalvis

Review: Second Chance Summer by Jill Shalvis

I was so excited when I heard about Jill Shalvis’s new Cedar Ridge series. I’m actually still working my way through her Lucky Harbor books, which I love, so I had hopes that this new series would have the same type of feel as Lucky Harbor. I absolutely loved Second Chance Summer! The book takes place […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Last First Kiss by Lia Riley

Review: Last First Kiss by Lia Riley

I loved everything about this book. I’m actually trying to think of anything I disliked, but I’m at a loss because it’s so well-written and enjoyable. Annie Carson is a popular mommy blogger. From reading her blog, Musings of a Mighty Mama, you’d think that she has an ideal life. She has a successful husband […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan

Review: Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan

I’ve had Archer’s Voice on my Kindle for eight months and just finally read it. (Yes, it has really been eight months; I just checked. My TBR is monstrous.) One of my good friends, a fellow romance reader, recommended it to me. She said the hero is a mute hermit, so at that point I […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Midnight Ride by Cat Johnson

Review: Midnight Ride by Cat Johnson

I LOVED this book. I’m new to Cat Johnson’s books, but now I want to go back and read her various other series because I loved this so much. This is the first book in the Midnight Cowboys series, which is a spin-off of the Oklahoma Nights series, which I haven’t read yet. But it’s […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Asking for It by Lilah Pace

Review: Asking for It by Lilah Pace

I’m just going to preface this review by posting a mild spoiler alert upfront, as well as a trigger warning. The publisher has attached this note to the book description: Reader Advisory: Asking for It deals explicitly with fantasies of non-consensual sex. Readers sensitive to portrayals of non-consensual sex should be advised. After I finished reading […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Brokedown Cowboy by Maisey Yates

Review: Brokedown Cowboy by Maisey Yates

I have to admit, I wasn’t sure if this book would work for me. I loved the first Copper Ridge book, so I had high hopes, but wasn’t sure if I’d like Connor and Liss as much as I liked Eli and Sadie. While it took me a little time to warm up to Connor, […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Blush by Cherry Adair

Review: Blush by Cherry Adair

Blush owned me as soon as I read the back cover. Imagine this plot: Amelia Wentworth, CEO of a multi-billion dollar cosmetics company, discovers that someone has put out a hit on her life. She flees the city and takes temporary refuge in a backwoods town while her security team back home investigate who’s trying […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Crazy, Stupid Sex by Maisey Yates

Review: Crazy, Stupid Sex by Maisey Yates

Crazy, Stupid Sex by Maisey Yates is part of Cosmo’s Red Hot Reads line, which I’m a huge fan of. Red Hot Reads are typically shorter than an average novel and they feature strong female characters who aren’t afraid to go after what they want in life and love. Maisey Yates’s books are perfect for […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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