Review: Antagonist (Dads of Stillwater #1) by Ana Ashley

Rating: 3.25🌈 Antagonist is the first of Ana Ashley’s Dads of Stillwater series. Ashley ‘s story gives us all the necessary elements we need for a first novel. A foundation in the small town of Stillwater, with major events taking place at the elementary school, bakery, and other places that will be highlighted in this… Continue reading Review: Antagonist (Dads of Stillwater #1) by Ana Ashley

Review: Love and History (The Script Club #6) by Lane Hayes

Rating: 4.5🌈 The events of Love and History run concurrently to The Professor’s Date and works beautifully to tie all the original couples up into their HEA as well as give us a heartwarming romance for one of the remaining Script Club members and a new boarder at the lovely old historic house they’ve been… Continue reading Review: Love and History (The Script Club #6) by Lane Hayes

Review: The Tower (The Spell Saga: Book 2) by Cari Z

Rating: 4🌈 The Spell Saga continues with the The Tower, a book that , unlike The Train, starts to show how little or how flawed the world building is here. While The Train’s plot and tight storylines were held to the constraints of a moving train, and the exposition was used to move forward the… Continue reading Review: The Tower (The Spell Saga: Book 2) by Cari Z

Review: Short Stack (Short Story Collection 2) by Lily Morton

Rating: 4.5🌈 Lily Morton’s Short Stack Collections follow our favorite couples from her romances after their happily ever after endings. What happens next? Or sometimes just before. It’s the main question every reader and fan has wanted to know when they get involved in the lives of a couple and their relationship. We want to… Continue reading Review: Short Stack (Short Story Collection 2) by Lily Morton

Review: Playing By The Rules (Miami Piranhas Book 3) by Beth Bolden

Rating: 4.5🌈 Playing By the Rules brings to focus a relationship that’s been referred to in the previous books, that of the obviously close connection between the highly stressed young Miami Quarterback and their new Quarterback Coach . This is their story, from beginning to a realistic HFN at the end. With a slight wobble… Continue reading Review: Playing By The Rules (Miami Piranhas Book 3) by Beth Bolden

Review: Petty Crimes by Eden Winters

Rating: 5🌈 Petty Crimes returns us to Eden Winters’ outstanding world of the Southeastern Narcotics Bureau in Georgia, it’s Directors, Management and undercover agents that we got to know so intimately in her outstanding series Diversion. That series is a must read for lovers of contemporary romance and Petty Crimes sees a return of some… Continue reading Review: Petty Crimes by Eden Winters

Review: The Dragon Prince’s Necromancer (The Dragons of Serai Book 2) by Amy Sumida

Rating: 4.5🌈 The Dragon Prince’s Necromancer starts where The Dragon King’s Assassin ends, as Crown Prince Racmar Marresh’du of Zaru , ( a friend of King Taroc ) and the necromancer Daha, (a friend of the assassin/mate , Loch) leave the Kingdom of Racul for that of Zaru. It seems that the dead are refusing… Continue reading Review: The Dragon Prince’s Necromancer (The Dragons of Serai Book 2) by Amy Sumida

Review: Bad Deal (A-List Security Book 3) by Annabeth Albert

Rating: 4.5 🌈 So far, Bad Deal is now my favorite story in Annabeth Albert’s A-List Security series. This is the first book that I really just completely got both characters and was invested in the growing relationship from the very beginning and stayed that way. It’s not got a ton of high angst. Except… Continue reading Review: Bad Deal (A-List Security Book 3) by Annabeth Albert

Review: Unmanageable (In Vino Veritas #3 ) by Leslie McAdam

Rating: 4.5🌈 Unmanageable (In Vino Veritas #3 ) by Leslie McAdam is another terrific contemporary romance in a series solid with them. There’s several elements here that immediately spoke to me. Luke Lagomarsino and his ex-wife Kira have a young daughter, Addison. McAdams makes Kira a complicated, loving individual and mother who deserves to thrive… Continue reading Review: Unmanageable (In Vino Veritas #3 ) by Leslie McAdam

Review: The Dragon King’s Assassin (The Dragons of Serai Book 1) by Amy Sumida

Rating: 4🌈 Amy Sumida is a new author for me. My introduction to her writing is the first book in her series, The Dragons of Serai. I found many things here to recommend and some aspects that are just a bit much. Sumida gives us a world where dragons are the apex being and humanity… Continue reading Review: The Dragon King’s Assassin (The Dragons of Serai Book 1) by Amy Sumida