Review: Geoffrey the Very Strange by Angel Martinez

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Gentle, sweet , lovingly well crafted story of acceptance and love, Geoffrey the Very Strange is certainly a Angel Martinez tale! By that I mean it contains all the signature elements I have learned to expect and frankly hope to see in one of her stories. Quixotic humor, recognizable fantasy beings with… Continue reading Review: Geoffrey the Very Strange by Angel Martinez

Review: Keeping Kellen (Keeping Him #2) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Well, really my only issue here is with the title. It should be called Keeping Brant because Kellen? He’s a done deal here. Has been for years since he realized he saw Brant as more than his BFF’s younger brother. So the question here? That’s Brant not Kellen. So yep, a definite… Continue reading Review: Keeping Kellen (Keeping Him #2) by Amy Aislin

Review: Valentine’s Hearts (Owatonna U Hockey #5) by R.J.Scott

Rating: 5 🌈 Ryker Madsen and Jacob Bentsen have been through a lot in their years together but actually making it to their wedding day might be the most trying times they’ve faced yet. If you’ve been reading this series and the Arizona Raptors one concurrently, as I have, then you’ve watched this couple undergo… Continue reading Review: Valentine’s Hearts (Owatonna U Hockey #5) by R.J.Scott

Review: Keeping Casey (Keeping Him #1) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.5🌈 Keeping Casey is another terrific contemporary romance from Amy Aislin. Loosely connected to her hockey series through the Glen Hill College Mountaineers hockey team, which has made its appearances in other stories , this novel is the first in a new Keeping Him series. In Keeping Casey the author weaves many of my… Continue reading Review: Keeping Casey (Keeping Him #1) by Amy Aislin

Review: Tic-Tac Mistletoe Christmas by NR Walker

Rating: 4.5🌈 Yes, my holiday reading is in full swing! And here’s another book guaranteed to bring about an onslaught of the Christmas cozies and a need to bake a gazillion sugar holiday cookies! It’s N. R. Walker’s Tic-Tac Mistletoe! What a Christmas heartwarmer! It will, as it itself will tell you, bring up the… Continue reading Review: Tic-Tac Mistletoe Christmas by NR Walker

Review: Christmas Lane (Lighthouse Bay #1) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.5 🌈 As we head into November, it’s time for the Holiday stories (and movies) to start being released. And for those of us who love to read them (and watch them) to start our holiday feasting! First up for me was the first in this adorable Amy Aislin Christmas series Lighthouse Bay. Currently… Continue reading Review: Christmas Lane (Lighthouse Bay #1) by Amy Aislin

Review: As Big As the Sky by Amy Aislin

Rating; 4.25🌈 It’s Amy Aislin’s m/m hockey romances that normally I gravitate towards but that’s primarily out of habit. This author writes a great catalog of contemporary romances that shouldn’t be missed. That includes this sweet HFN love story As Big As The Sky. It’s one of those that combines several tropes into a engaging,… Continue reading Review: As Big As the Sky by Amy Aislin

Review: The Jock Script (The Script Club #3) by Lane Hayes

Rating: 5🌈 Lane Hayes is at her best when it comes to characters deeply anguished by choices they’ve made or failed to make in their lives. People who are now failing under the pressure, stress, and pain the situation they now find themselves in. Hayes has that ability to deliver that pain, that shame and… Continue reading Review: The Jock Script (The Script Club #3) by Lane Hayes

Review: Rules of Play (The Script Club #2) by Lane Hayes

Rating: 5 🌈 I really wondered about this story because of the character of George. That’s tall, cape wearing, genius who’s been a bit of an enigma although he’s gotten a lot of page time within the series to date. Nice trick. Very vampire like. So who’s he’s paired up with becomes as much as… Continue reading Review: Rules of Play (The Script Club #2) by Lane Hayes

Review: Following the Rules: (The Script Club Book 1) by Lane Hayes

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Lane Hayes has another great series in The Script Club, winning me over immediately with the first novel which introduces us to the central characters and universe. Following the Rules also sets out the formal by which all the rest of the romances and stories will follow. There is a main group… Continue reading Review: Following the Rules: (The Script Club Book 1) by Lane Hayes