Review: Emerald Blaze by Ilona Andrews

Review: Emerald Blaze by Ilona Andrews

I had a wonderful time with this installment of the Hidden Legacy series. I have been enjoying the series from the start and so I was ecstatic at the opportunity to read Emerald Blaze. Did I have high expectations, yes without a doubt and it didn’t fail me. I enjoyed every moment spent revisiting the characters and the magical world the authors created. What a […]

Book Tour: On Toby’s Terms

Book Tour: On Toby’s Terms

Celebrating ten years of On Toby’s Terms!   When Charmaine and her husband adopted Toby, a Chesapeake Bay Retriever, they figured he might need some adjusting time, but they certainly didn’t think he’d be a holy terror, beset by severe anxiety and destructive behavior that would take a miracle to curb. Turns out, Toby routinely opened and emptied closets, turned on water taps, and pulled […]

Review: A Fast Woman by Laralyn Doran

Review: A Fast Woman by Laralyn Doran

Come celebrate the release of A Fast Woman by Laralyn Doran, the first contemporary romance novel in the Driven Women series. Each book has an HEA and features feisty, headstrong heroines and the men who fall for them. You’ll want to devour this enemies to lovers romance. Check it out, order your copy and enter the fabulous giveaway!   A Fast Woman by Laralyn Doran, the first […]

Book Blitz: Blood Rogue by Linda J. Parisi

Book Blitz: Blood Rogue by Linda J. Parisi

  There is the blood and can only ever be the blood. So, how will love survive in a world of pain? Vampire Charles Tower never knew anything sweeter than the taste of Stacy Morgan’s lips. He never imagined anything crueler than her being marked for death by the only father he’s ever known. Mikhail reared him. Taught him how to survive. Now he’s gone […]

Review: The Inheritance Games  by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Review: The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

What would you do if a stranger died and left you most of his wealth, which amounted to billions? The one catch being, you would have to live in his family home for one year with his family who believes you are a gold digger.  I discovered The Inheritance Game through The Pigeonhole Book Club and on reading the blurb I thought why not give […]

Review: The Wreckage of Us by Brittainy C. Cherry

Review: The Wreckage of Us by Brittainy C. Cherry

The first time I read Brittany C Cherry’s work, I fell in love with her writing style. Every book of hers I have read since has proven to be a delightful treat. That being said, you can imagine my delight when I got offered the opportunity to review her latest release, The Wreckage of Us. This book delivered all I had expected. The story which […]

Review: Machiavellian by Bella Di Corte

Review: Machiavellian by Bella Di Corte

Machiavellian by Bella by Bella Di Corte proved to be a delicious treat. I am a huge fan of Mafia romances and I love reading about this world. The fight for territory, the consequences for betrayal, and the thirst for vengeance. In reality, I would not want to live in such a world, but on paper and in my fantasy it’s all good and as […]

Review: Airborne by DiAnn Mills

Review: Airborne by DiAnn Mills

I decided to read Airborne by DiAnn Mills because the premise intrigued given all that is taking place in our world. You may be wondering why would one want to read a book such as this during this time. Well, I am a sucker for these types of stories and I just could not resist. Ironically, this book was written prior to the start of […]

Review: The Publicist by Christina George

Review: The Publicist by Christina George

When I purchased The Publicist, I expected a steamy and simple romance. However, what I got was a complex romance without the steam. The focus of the story is on Kate Mitchell, a publicist for Morris and Dean Publishing, one of the top-notch publishing agencies in New York. She is determined to make her mark in the publishing world and in the process try to […]

Monthly Wrap-Up: August

Monthly Wrap-Up: August

Off the Blog August came and went and l am glad to see the back of it. August 1st was our emancipation day and August 6 independence day. Because of Covid the celebrations were low keyed. The government relaxed curfew restrictions during this time, which I believed was a grave mistake because now we have a spike in the number of cases. There has been […]