Review: Rookie Move (Playing For Keeps #1) by Riley Hart & Neve Wilder

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I’m such a sucker for stories like this one. Sports romance, younger hot, super talented brother that ends up on the same team as brother’s friend. Who he’s had a crush on. Doesn’t matter the sports. This time it’s the NFL and a Denver team with a hot Quarterback, Warner Ramsey, who’s… Continue reading Review: Rookie Move (Playing For Keeps #1) by Riley Hart & Neve Wilder

Review: The Kite by N.R. Walker

Rating: 4 🌈 With The Kite, N.R. Walker dips her hand into the ever popular trope of the warring/competing top assassins who, for whatever reason, have to work together in order to survive. Their relationship goes from enemies who admire each other’s skills to friendship then love as they fight for survival. It’s a great… Continue reading Review: The Kite by N.R. Walker

Review: The Doctor (Magic and Steam #3) by C. S. Poe

Rating: 5🌈 Sawbones. The doctor behind all the heinous experiments and the battlefield nightmares. A sadist now being hunted and who’s hunting. The Doctor starts off on the cliffhanger of a heartbreaker of that ending in The Gangster. Then it ended with a explosive revelation by Gillian Hamilton just as the DC Special Agents were… Continue reading Review: The Doctor (Magic and Steam #3) by C. S. Poe

Review: Vortex Conundrum (Ghostly Guardians #2) by Louisa Masters

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I was so excited to see the new story as I’ve been waiting to dive back into the fascinating world of Mannix Estates with its amazing group of characters. That it includes a powerful medium in love with a blacksmith, a found family of ghosts from an assortment of eras , each… Continue reading Review: Vortex Conundrum (Ghostly Guardians #2) by Louisa Masters

Review: Silent Knight (Blackhaven Manor #7) by Arden Steele

Rating: 4.5🌈 Silent Knight was totally charming. Low angst, sweet, and huge on holiday spirit. It should make everyone’s holiday seasonal reading list. Simon Russell has been a staple in these stories for a while. But what type of being or who he exactly is has never been stated. He’s always been the sunny guy… Continue reading Review: Silent Knight (Blackhaven Manor #7) by Arden Steele

Review: Playing for Keeps (Miami Piranhas #1) by Beth Bolden

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Beth Bolden’s new book, Playing for Keeps, is the first in her new Miami Piranhas series about a fake Miami, Florida NFL football team that’s scrambling to come together. New coach and coach teams. And a slew of incoming new players to mesh with the ones already there. One of those new… Continue reading Review: Playing for Keeps (Miami Piranhas #1) by Beth Bolden

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: 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