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: Bad Habits (Wages of Sin #1) by Onley James and Neve Wilder

Rating: 4🌈 I am reading Onley James’ Necessary Evils series and thought I’d see what else the author had written. Bad Habits, co-written with Neve Wilder, seemed like it was in a similar vein with assassins, suspense, computer hackers, and characters with a connection between them. I enjoyed it but found that while the storyline… Continue reading Review: Bad Habits (Wages of Sin #1) by Onley James and Neve Wilder

Review: Irresponsible Puckboy (Puckboy #2) by Eden Finley and Saxon James

Rating: 4 🌈 Irresponsible Puckboy is the second in Eden Finley and Saxon James’ hockey romance series, Puckboy. This time it’s a good friends to lovers, fake marriage trope story. I was looking forward to it as Tripp Mitchell, one of The Queer Collective, was a interesting character in the first book. The rest of… Continue reading Review: Irresponsible Puckboy (Puckboy #2) by Eden Finley and Saxon James

Review: Egotistical Puckboy (Puckboy #1) by Eden Finley and Saxon James

Rating: 4.75🌈 As the hockey teams are making their run for the Stanley Cup in real life, I had just finished one hockey series and was in need of another when this got my attention. Egotistical Puckboy, the first in Eden Finley and Saxon James’ Puckboy series about hockey players getting their HEA. Needless to… Continue reading Review: Egotistical Puckboy (Puckboy #1) by Eden Finley and Saxon James

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: The Witch’s Power Play (Covens of Eaton Falls #2) by Mia Monroe

Rating: 3.25🌈 ““Okay, I understand.” “Good. I take my leave now.” “Thanks for coming.” “I will always come when you ask. I’ll see you soon.” “Yes, you will see me soon.” The cat disappears into a slight mist.” — The Witch’s Power Play (Covens of Eaton Falls Book 2) by Mia Monroe There’s just so… Continue reading Review: The Witch’s Power Play (Covens of Eaton Falls #2) by Mia Monroe

Review: Mad Man (Necessary Evil #5) by Onley James

Rating: 4.75🌈 “She couldn’t see the bigger picture. She looked at the twins and saw a problem. Thomas saw an opportunity. A divine creation. He was raising a legion of psychopaths.” — Mad Man (Necessary Evils Book 5) by Onley James Mad Man (Necessary Evil #5) by Onley James is Avi Mulvaney’s story, the other… Continue reading Review: Mad Man (Necessary Evil #5) by Onley James

Review: Headcase (Necessary Evil #4) by Onley James

Rating: 4.25 ““Mirror twins,” Dr. Rice corrected. “Each one the perfect mirror image of the other, right down to their birthmarks.” The two weren’t speaking out loud, but they would smile and laugh in tandem, as if one had told the other a joke. Even though they didn’t look at each other,” — Headcase (Necessary… Continue reading Review: Headcase (Necessary Evil #4) by Onley James

Review: The Prince’s Frog by Eden Winter

Rating: 4.5🌈 The Prince’s Frog by Eden Winter is such a great take on the old fairytale of the princess who kisses a frog who then turns back into a Prince. No princess here but a randy Prince being forced, against his very gay wishes, to marry the nasty princess next door. Who better to… Continue reading Review: The Prince’s Frog by Eden Winter

Review: Flare (Style #1) by Jay Hogan

Rating: 4.5🌈 Flare is a very intense contemporary romance set in Auckland’s high fashion world. The first of a new series that will incorporate , at least from looking at the description of Strut, the second novel, high fashion, models, a certain circle of friends that starts with this fashion line, and, unfortunately, a element… Continue reading Review: Flare (Style #1) by Jay Hogan