Genre: Contemporary Romance

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: 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 […]

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 […]

Review: A Sweet Mess by Jayci Lee

Review: A Sweet Mess by Jayci Lee

A Sweet Mess by Jayci Lee highlighted how important communication was in any relationship. If only the characters featured in this book had communicated with each other, they could have avoided half the problems encountered in this story. With that being said, this proved to be a sweet story involving food (I am sure I packed on some pounds just reading about all those baked […]

Review: Breaking Season by K. A Linde

Review: Breaking Season by K. A Linde

  I have been anticipating the release of Breaking Season from the moment I met Camden and Katherine in The Lying Season and The Hating Season. There was an air of anger, dissension and sexual tension surrounding them, which made me curious to learn their story. It is said that first impressions are the most lasting, and I was curious to see if the author […]

Review: Quarter Miles by Devney Perry

Review: Quarter Miles by Devney Perry

Quarter Miles, the third book in the Runaway series. It was a brilliant addition to what I consider an awesome series. Going in, I knew this would be an enjoyable read, but I never thought it could top the previous books. Devney Perry has now been officially added to my must read author’s list. This installment brings us Cash and Kat’s story, whom the reader […]

Review: Building Bridges by Lia Fairchild

Review: Building Bridges by Lia Fairchild

Building Bridges by Lia Fairchild is the first novel in the Bridges Brothers series by Lia Fairchild, a new to me author. The series tells the story of four Brothers, who are attempting to get their lives on track after suffering a devastating loss.   Building Bridges delivered a heartfelt romance with well-developed characters while focusing on the effects of the loss of loved ones and PTSD. This […]

Review: Southern Sunrise by Natasha Madison

Review: Southern Sunrise by Natasha Madison

  I will not sugarcoat this, as by now based on the synopsis you will figure out that this story will gut you. If you have been following the series from the beginning, you will understand my reasons for saying this. After the last installment, I was waiting for the ball to drop and drop it did, and the outcome was devastating. The story was bittersweet, […]