Review: The Stubborn Apprentice (13 Kingdoms #2) by H.L. Day

Rating: 5🌈 I’m so enamored of this series. From that rich, gorgeous cover to the layered, incredibly fantastical story and characters, the 13 Kingdoms has grabbed at my heart and imagination. From its great beginning, The Reluctant Companion, where Day lays the foundation for the series and introduces us to the main characters, Jack Shaw… Continue reading Review: The Stubborn Apprentice (13 Kingdoms #2) by H.L. Day

Review: Kaleidoscope Sunsets (A Color of Love Novella) by V.L. Locey

Rating: 4🌈 Mega sports agent Arn Toras has been a minor staple of multiple stories, popping in to give advice, stand by his athletes, or be a fierce advocate for them when they or anything they might represent is attacked. His appearances haven’t been long but Arn has always made a huge impact on every… Continue reading Review: Kaleidoscope Sunsets (A Color of Love Novella) by V.L. Locey

Review: Stone Wings (The Gargoyles of Arrington, Book 1) by Jenn Burke

Rating: 3.5🌈 Stone Wings, the first book in a new Jenn Burke paranormal romance series, is a quick, entertaining tale. The premise? A old Irish family is cursed. The parents killed and their sons become gargoyles. They sleep for 100 years and are awake for 25 before returning to another 100 years slumber cycle. Interesting… Continue reading Review: Stone Wings (The Gargoyles of Arrington, Book 1) by Jenn Burke

Review: Getting Married At Crofton Hall by Rebecca Cohen

Rating: 4🌈 I’ll be honest here and admit I’m torn as to how to rate this story. Here’s the facts. Getting Married At Crofton Hall by Rebecca Cohen is a novel I’ve been waiting on as I’ve followed the Crofton Earls from Cohen’s historical romances (The Crofton Chronicles) all the way through the Modern Crofton… Continue reading Review: Getting Married At Crofton Hall by Rebecca Cohen

Review : Camera Shy by E.J. Russell

Rating: 4.5🌈 E.J. Russell has returned to contemporary romance after a two year absence with Camera Shy and its a marvelously entertaining story. Told from the perspectives of both protagonists, we get a remarkable journey . Starting from a stressed filled professional boss/employee relationship between the arrogant, driven Ari Dimitriou, host of his own talk… Continue reading Review : Camera Shy by E.J. Russell

Review: About Last Night by Aimee Nicole Walker

Rating: 5🌈 There’s something so soothing and wonderful about reading a contemporary romance that’s about an emotionally healthy, adult relationship. About Last Night by Aimee Nicole Walker is a perfect example of that. The novel, one who’s characters are part of the author’s Savannah, Georgia universe (Sinister in Savannah, Sawyer and Royce series), are people… Continue reading Review: About Last Night by Aimee Nicole Walker

Review: Captured (Star Marked Warriors Book 1) by Sam Burns and W.M. Fawkes

Rating: 2.75 🌈 I do look forward to new releases from Sam Burns and W.M. Fawkes. Usually they are urban fantasy. But Captured is the first novel in their new Star Marked Warriors series and while I wish I could say I was a successful venture into aliens, space , and sci fi , it’s… Continue reading Review: Captured (Star Marked Warriors Book 1) by Sam Burns and W.M. Fawkes

Review: The Deputy and His Enforcer (The Kincaid Pack #3) by Kiki Clark

Rating: 4🌈 The Deputy and his Enforcer is another good installment in Kiki Clark’s Kincaid Pack series. Marcus Rivera is the Kincaid Pack’s Enforcer. Trusted with helping keep the secret of the supernaturals from the local humans as well as protecting his pack, that’s getting increasingly complicated when The Kincaid pack comes under constant surveillance… Continue reading Review: The Deputy and His Enforcer (The Kincaid Pack #3) by Kiki Clark

Review: Wildfire (In Vino Veritas) by Garrett Leigh

Rating: 4.75🌈 Wildlfire by Garrett Leigh, sees a return of the In Vino Veritas series, one written by multiple authors about a connecting bookstore and wine bar in Burlington,Vermont. Many of the characters there originate from the earlier V & V series, so honestly for newcomers, it’s a win win with two terrific series to… Continue reading Review: Wildfire (In Vino Veritas) by Garrett Leigh

Note about Kim Fielding’s New Books and Why You Won’t See Them Here!

As most of you know, I’m a fan of this author which is why I’m so sorry to announce I’m no longer reviewing her stories. I was looking forward to her latest release when I noticed a online discussion about it and her. To my total confusion and dismay, the people commenting were pointing out… Continue reading Note about Kim Fielding’s New Books and Why You Won’t See Them Here!