Review: Remedy (Tulip Farm #1) by Alex Hall

Rating: 4 🌈 Remedy , the first in the Tulip Farm series by Alex Hall, is a very good contemporary story. The author certainly knows the show circuit or at least has done their research most effectively so that the world of competitive jumping, and later Dressage, is absolutely believable. From the heartbreaking prologue to… Continue reading Review: Remedy (Tulip Farm #1) by Alex Hall

Review: Caught (Bureau #9) by Kim Fielding

Rating: 4 🌈 I needed to double check the release date because of cultural references Fielding’s used in the story, but she’s stated it takes place in the 70’s , not present day. So mentions of President Carter, Mork & Mindy, and , RIP, Burt Reynolds, makes sense. Of course, given it’s the Bureau, you… Continue reading Review: Caught (Bureau #9) by Kim Fielding

Review: Mountains That Move (Kings of Airlie #2) by Casey Cox

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Mountains That Move (Kings of Airlie #2) by Casey Cox is another excellent book in this series about a incredibly damaged family of kitesurfing champions known as the Kings of Airlie. The title is true as is the little known adrenaline rush of a sport. What’s missing from the description is the… Continue reading Review: Mountains That Move (Kings of Airlie #2) by Casey Cox

Review: Temporary Partner (Valor and Doyle #1) by Nicky James

Rating: 4.75 🌈 Temporary Partner by Nicky James is an excellent law enforcement mystery that’s has elements of a romance to it. It’s the first of a two part series, Valor and Doyle, featuring Ontario detectives from different departments, often units that see each other as departmental rivals. Quaid Valor is a Detective with the… Continue reading Review: Temporary Partner (Valor and Doyle #1) by Nicky James

Review: How To Summon a Boyfriend by Aja Foxx

Rating: 4.25 🌈 A combination of adorable cover, new author, and fun title lead me to How To Summon a Boyfriend by Aja Foxx . It was everything I had hoped for. Foxx actually had me at the idea of someone summoning a potential fake boyfriend but throw in the moniker Herby for the cute… Continue reading Review: How To Summon a Boyfriend by Aja Foxx

Review: A Kiss To Revive Me (The Magi Accounts 1.5) by Michele Notaro

Rating: 4.25🌈 A Kiss To Revive Me is a account of the events that occur in the first novel, The Scars That Bind Us, but from the perspective of Cosmo Ono-Nai , the alpha of the pride of shifters working with the dyad Mages, Madeo and Jude Driscoll. This must be read after that first… Continue reading Review: A Kiss To Revive Me (The Magi Accounts 1.5) by Michele Notaro

Review: Royal Lines (Boston Rebels #4) by R.J. Scott and V.L. Locey

Rating: 4.5 🌈 As a book I really ended up looking at it at two different ways once I completed it. First let’s talk about Royal Lines as a contemporary romance. As a love story, it soars. The men are throughly seated in their prospective cultures and personal histories. Marquis Miller is completely grounded in… Continue reading Review: Royal Lines (Boston Rebels #4) by R.J. Scott and V.L. Locey

Review: The Anti-Quest (The Pudding Protocol Universe) by Angel Martinez

Rating: 4.5🌈 “It’s a simple old story—princess, dragon, knight—simple unless they’re all the same person” — The Anti-Quest (The Pudding Protocol Universe) by Angel Martinez And just like that , we’re wonderfully, imaginatively, wandering, narratively, through another Angel Martinez universe. It’s a urban fantasy, fairytale of a f/f sci fi romance! Uh , got that?… Continue reading Review: The Anti-Quest (The Pudding Protocol Universe) by Angel Martinez

Review: So Into You (The PI Guys #2) by S.E. Harmon

Rating 4.5🌈 So Into You (The PI Guys #2) by S.E. Harmon is a book I enjoyed far better than the one preceding it. That one, Stay With Me, had so many flags for me I thought I was at a heavily contested football play at 4th and down at NFL Sunday. The relationship here… Continue reading Review: So Into You (The PI Guys #2) by S.E. Harmon

Review: Stay With Me (The PI Guys #1) by S.E. Harmon

Rating: 2.75🌈 Originally published in April of 2014, Stay With Me (The PI Guys #1) by S.E. Harmon immediately dates itself with continuing references to popular technologies (Walkmans,DVDs), on trend brands, Mom vehicles of the day (Dodge Caravans), and new leading edge wearables like head sets, iTouch and Nanos. Every sentence is a pull back… Continue reading Review: Stay With Me (The PI Guys #1) by S.E. Harmon