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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: 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: Only One Kiss by Natasha Madison

Review: Only One Kiss by Natasha Madison

Natasha Madison is fast becoming a favourite and I could not resist signing up to review her latest book. “One kiss is all it takes for me to fall in love with you”. This statement reflects the story told in Only One Kiss, the first book in the Only One series. The story introduces Candace, a social media influencer to the top NHL players. She […]

Review: Mating the Succubus by Lorien Lyn

Review: Mating the Succubus by Lorien Lyn

Mating the Succubus by Lorien Lyn, the second book in the Takers series turned out to be an entertaining and quick read. I read the first book (Claiming the Succubus) way back in 2015 and felt the need to do a re-read before diving into this installment. Read my review for the first book here. The story began one week after the events of book […]

Review: When I Was You by Amber Garcia

Review: When I Was You by Amber Garcia

I went into this book with little expectations as it was my first time experiencing the author’s work. However, the moment I started reading I knew that this would be a book I would not be able to put down. When you have a story where you question the sanity of the main character you know you are in for a twisted read. When I […]

Review: Hush by  B.T. Urruela and Anne Malcom

Review: Hush by B.T. Urruela and Anne Malcom

While reading Hush B.T Urruela and Anne Malcolm, I felt the need for a strong drink and that is saying a lot as I am not a drinker. This story is definitely not for the faint of heart, its dark, twisted, intense, disturbing and gut wrenching. The story began on a cheerful note with the heroine, Orion, experiencing her first kiss from the boy she […]

Review: Love’s Bitter Harvest by Jas T Ward

Review: Love’s Bitter Harvest by Jas T Ward

The synopsis for Love’s Bitter Harvest hinted at a second chance romance and being a fan of this trope, I jumped at the chance to read this title. I expected the story to have some amount of angst, but what I was not prepared for was the myriad of emotions it would evoke. Love’s Bitter Harvest tells the story of Matt and Katy high school […]

Review: Darling, Dance With Me by Aisling Magic

Review: Darling, Dance With Me by Aisling Magic

Darling Dance With Me by Aisling Magic was a cute, fun and fast- paced read. I usually struggle with novellas as there may not be sufficient character development or the story feels rushed. This was not the case with this story. The story which had a lot going on, featured a tightly written plot and we’ll developed characters. In this book we meet college bound […]

Review Tour: Searching For Love by Melissa Foster

Review Tour: Searching For Love by Melissa Foster

    I have been waiting patiently for Zev Braden and Carly Dylan’s story, from the moment I read about them in previous books in the series. Based on the titbits of information the previous books in the series provided as it relates to their history, I knew their story would be poignant and Foster did not disappoint. She delivered a story that not only […]