Review: Holigay by K.M. Neuhold

Rating: 4 🌈⛄️ Holigay is a term that denotes someone who is gay or gay curious just for a holiday vacation. Once again home, they return to their safe sexual orientation. Holigay by K.M. Neuhold is a sweet best friends to lovers, sexual discovery holiday romance. It’s frankly adorable. It helps that the men involved… Continue reading Review: Holigay by K.M. Neuhold

Review: Dearest Malachi Keogh (Dearest Milton James #1.5) by N.R. Walker

Rating: 4.75 🌈 Dearest Malachi Keogh is a wonderful, romantic Christmas sequel to that incredible heartwarming novel Dearest Milton James. That story is easily in my top ten contemporary romances this year, maybe top five as it ticks so many of my emotional narrative boxes. Dearest Malachi Keogh picks up four years later with Julian… Continue reading Review: Dearest Malachi Keogh (Dearest Milton James #1.5) by N.R. Walker

Review: Trial By Fire by B.A. Tortuga

Rating: 2.75 🌈 Trial By Fire is another cowboy n’ kids story similar to that group of books I recently talked about when I reviewed another similar novel by this author. Two cowboys, this time one is from a large cattle station in Australia. Kid element is a baby who’s parents were the siblings of… Continue reading Review: Trial By Fire by B.A. Tortuga

Review: The Geek Who Saved Christmas by Annabeth Albert

Rating: 5 🌈 and a ☃️ What a wonderful holiday romance from Annabeth Albert! And it starts with the names of the characters, Gideon Holiday and Paul Frost. How absolutely perfect, especially for a story about a small town full of historic restored homes known for their holiday decorations . It’s preparing for Thanksgiving, and… Continue reading Review: The Geek Who Saved Christmas by Annabeth Albert

Review: Cowboy’s Law by BA Tortuga

Rating:4.5🌈 B.A. Tortuga writes a whole group of books I fondly call her cowboy n’ kids stories. They contain usually a cowboy, maybe two, one’s possibly a rodeo man. One or both with a loose connection to a passel of kids or just one in need of a family. Throw in some adorable animals, wide… Continue reading Review: Cowboy’s Law by BA Tortuga

Review: Draw (Overtime #3) by V.L.Locey

Rating: 4.5🌈 Jackie Blue Kalinski has been a strong favorite character of mine in this series and the Cayuga Cougars series since I met him. Uniquely awesome, endearing, funny, and able to be the focal point of every scene, regardless of the nature, Jackie Blue grew up through these books and is now a 19… Continue reading Review: Draw (Overtime #3) by V.L.Locey

Review: The Wrangler and the Orphan (Farthingdale Ranch, #4) by Jackie North

Rating: 1.5🌈 I have enjoyed this series immensely. Which is why I’m so surprised and puzzled over the characters and storylines of The Wrangler and the Orphan , the 4th in the Farthingdale Ranch series. Unlike the others, this book has some major elements and characters which unfortunately didn’t work for me and in cases… Continue reading Review: The Wrangler and the Orphan (Farthingdale Ranch, #4) by Jackie North

Review: Final Shot (Overtime #2) by V.L. Locey

Rating:4.75🌈 Two of the most complicated men and one of V.L.Locey’s most deeply complex couples is that of the Arou-Kalinski hockey romance. It’s now spanned two , maybe more series, as these characters are too large, too dynamic to be contained within just one series. They also required their own short series to see their… Continue reading Review: Final Shot (Overtime #2) by V.L. Locey

Review: Forget-Me-Not by V.L Locey

Rating: 3.5 🌈 This is just an adorable holiday hockey romance with just the right touch of nerd romance. We have gamers, a cute ferret, a cuddly florist in his forties yearning for love, and a outright gorgeous younger hockey player who just so happens to be playing the online RPG game our florist is.… Continue reading Review: Forget-Me-Not by V.L Locey

Review: Soft Place to Fall by B.A. Tortuga

Rating: 4.5🌈 Soft Place to Fall is a heartbreaker of a book. Full of a broken partnership , a past of broken dreams and broken promises, and a mother who is being shattered by that most Insidious of diseases, Alzheimer’s, this story is one guaranteed to have you sobbing. Often. It’s so well written that… Continue reading Review: Soft Place to Fall by B.A. Tortuga