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: 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: Sweet to the Core (Lighthouse Bay #3) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.25🌈 Amy Aislin’s Lighthouse Bay is one of those lovely contemporary romance series that’s continues to resonate with me. It’s the gorgeous setting of Lighthouse Bay, with its small town community, with its variety of people, from it’s Mayor to it’s Main Street of stores ,who’s owners we’ve gotten to know well through the… Continue reading Review: Sweet to the Core (Lighthouse Bay #3) by Amy Aislin

Review: Roped In (Lone Star #2) by Jodi Payne and B.A. Tortuga

Rating: 4.5🌈 Jodi Payne and B.A. Tortuga’s Lone Star series is back with a second chance at love story between former young sweethearts who meet up ages later just when the timing might be right for them to get their HEA. A longer story, Roped In has the necessary history and time that allows businessman,… Continue reading Review: Roped In (Lone Star #2) by Jodi Payne and B.A. Tortuga

Review: Finding Home: The Complete Series by Lily Morton

Rating: 5 🌈 The Finding Home, The Complete Series, is a splendid collection. I love being able to read one story right after the other of the men of Chi an Mor, House by the Sea. The first novel is my favorite of the collection. That’s 🔹Oz. It hit all my buttons, as far as… Continue reading Review: Finding Home: The Complete Series by Lily Morton

Review: The Long Game (Game Changers #6) by Rachel Reid

Rating: 4🌈 It almost hurt to write this review because it wasn’t the one I was really expecting to write. I have loved this series since Rachel Reid began it. And a diehard fan of Shane and Ilya since they premiered in Heated Rivalry, a favorite novel among many here. So like so many readers… Continue reading Review: The Long Game (Game Changers #6) by Rachel Reid

Review: Never Trust A Guy With Fangs (Covens of Eaton Falls #1) by Mia Monroe

Rating: 3🌈 Mia Monroe is a fairly new author for me, having discovered her in a charity anthology. The cover and title humor of Never Trust A Guy With Fangs had me grabbing this book to see what the author was plotting for her series, Covens of Eatons Falls. This is a paranormal romance between… Continue reading Review: Never Trust A Guy With Fangs (Covens of Eaton Falls #1) by Mia Monroe

Review: Cowboy Haven by B. A. Tortuga

Rating 4.5 🌈 Cowboy Haven by B. A. Tortuga is another one of this author’s kids n’ cowboys stories that she has been writing lately, some with author Jodi Payne. And Cowboy Haven is one of my favorites of the trope she’s calling cozy cowboys. It’s located in New Mexico, on a ranch. One of… Continue reading Review: Cowboy Haven by B. A. Tortuga