Review: Boyfriend Goals by Riley Hart

Rating: 4.75🌈 I was looking for a contemporary romance to read after finishing a urban fantasy, and picked up Boyfriend Goals by Riley Hart. What a utter pleasure this was to read! Low angst, a plot driven by fully realized characters in situations that allows them to grow, finding home and true love in a… Continue reading Review: Boyfriend Goals by Riley Hart

Review: Listen (Single Dads #5) by R.J. Scott

Rating: 5 🌈 R.J. Scott has written an beautiful, emotionally moving story, one that happens to include a romance, with her latest installment in the Single Dads series . Listen revolves around the potential adoption of a 3 yr deaf child by investigative journalist Nick Horner. Nick, a widower and single parent to three children,… Continue reading Review: Listen (Single Dads #5) by R.J. Scott

Review: P.S. I Spook You (The Spectral Files #1) by S.E. Harmon

Rating: 5🌈 I have had author S.E. Harmon on my auto buy for a while now but somehow I missed this spectacular 3-book paranormal series ! I’m rectifying that now and just finished the marvelous P.S. I Spook You. It’s the first story in Harmon’s The Spectral Files trilogy about a FBI profiler who can… Continue reading Review: P.S. I Spook You (The Spectral Files #1) by S.E. Harmon

Review: Invisible Strings by Aimee Nicole Walker

Rating: 4.5 🌈 At the end of the fabulous Sinister in Savannah trilogy Walker let us know that she planned to write further stories in this universe. Specifically, one’s for some of our favorite secondary characters that deserved a HEA and full out storyline. Mentioned were Kendall Blakemore, aka Sugar, who was Jonah’s ex and… Continue reading Review: Invisible Strings by Aimee Nicole Walker

Review: The Less Than Spectacular Times of Henry Milch (The Wyandot County Mysteries #1) by Marshall Thornton

Rating: 4 🌈 Marshall Thornton is a great writer and a favorite author of mine. So I was happy to see a new story in a brand new series just released from him. The Less Than Spectacular Times of Henry Milch has many of the terrific elements I expect from a Marshall Thornton book. It… Continue reading Review: The Less Than Spectacular Times of Henry Milch (The Wyandot County Mysteries #1) by Marshall Thornton

Review: Pretty Poison (Sinister in Savannah #3) by Aimee Nicole Walker

Rating: 5🌈 I’ll start my review much the same as the author did. With trigger warnings. Pretty Poison deals with some very traumatic issues. The main character of Rocky continues to suffer from PTSD, the emotional damage he carries deep from the trauma inflicted from a murder-suicide that occurred while he was on a case.… Continue reading Review: Pretty Poison (Sinister in Savannah #3) by Aimee Nicole Walker

Review: Hell and Gone by Tal Bauer

Rating: 5 🌈 I’m thrilled to see Tal Bauer branching out into the western genre. Hell and Gone is the second western novel I’ve read of his. The first being the terrific Never Stay Gone, the beginning of his new Texas Rangers series. Prior to these stories, it was Bauer’s excellent espionage or political thrillers… Continue reading Review: Hell and Gone by Tal Bauer

Review: Ghost of Truth (Medium Trouble #2) by Alice Winters

Rating: 2.5 It’s always the second book that seals the deal one way or the other. In this case , it the flag that tells me go no further. I like Alice Winters. Her books are normally characterized by such great elements like well-developed complicated plots, multi dimensional characters with great chemistry , and snappy… Continue reading Review: Ghost of Truth (Medium Trouble #2) by Alice Winters

Review: Never Stay Gone (Big Bend Texas Rangers #1) by Tal Bauer

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I’ve been so busy with fantasy and contemporary romances that I’ve neglected one really great action suspense author. Tal Bauer. Tal Bauer writes just amazing stories. Ones that might include such elements as government agencies and military spies, secret missions, and any number of inside sub terrorist organizations to deal with. Along… Continue reading Review: Never Stay Gone (Big Bend Texas Rangers #1) by Tal Bauer

Review: Fluke and the Faithless Father (Fantastic Fluke #2) by Sam Burns

Rating: 5 🌈💫 After reading The Fantastic Fluke I had to immediately go to the next in the series to see what happens next. Imagine how surprised I was to find this (and probably all the other books) flow seamlessly from one to another. The beginning here is exactly the last paragraphs of the ending… Continue reading Review: Fluke and the Faithless Father (Fantastic Fluke #2) by Sam Burns