A Jeri Review: After the Fire (Through Hell and Back #2) by Felice Stevens

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 Wow. I knew my heart would break even more for Jordan, but I didn’t think it would be that heart breaking. After he fiancé died (in book 1) Jordan is despondent. He blows off his friends, does minimal for his job and completely ignores his volunteer work. He is… Continue reading A Jeri Review: After the Fire (Through Hell and Back #2) by Felice Stevens

A Jeri Release Day Review: Lord of a Thousand Steps (Love in Laguna #4) by Tara Lain

Rating: 4 stars out of 5 To architecture student Ian Carney, family means everything. Taken in by his brother, Jim, when his father threw him out at eighteen for being gay, Ian yearns to create his own family with his boyfriend, Rico. But Rico’s in Mexico caring for a sick father, Ian hasn’t had sex… Continue reading A Jeri Release Day Review: Lord of a Thousand Steps (Love in Laguna #4) by Tara Lain

A Jeri Review: Smoke and Mirrors (THIRDS book 7) by Charlie Cochet

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 You have read the THIRDS series, right? If you haven’t- READ IT! Start at the beginning. Trust me. Smoke and Mirrors is book seven in the excellent series, THIRDS. This book picks up with the serious cliffhanger ending from Catch a Tiger by the Tail, book 6. As fans… Continue reading A Jeri Review: Smoke and Mirrors (THIRDS book 7) by Charlie Cochet

A Jeri Review: A Good Enough Reason by C.M. Lievens

Rating: 4 Stars out of 5 Coming of age/teenage romance stories can be tough. Too much can be….icky, but not enough leaves you wanting so much more. Just as teenagers skate a fine line between being children and adults, stories based on them can skate that line as well. But this book did that really… Continue reading A Jeri Review: A Good Enough Reason by C.M. Lievens

A Jeri Review: The Sweet Spot (Homeruns #4) By Sloan Johnson

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 4 ½ Home runs! I love baseball. Therefore I love books with baseball and baseball players. I really enjoyed the first three in this series, but I think this one might be my favorite. The previous books all revolved around MLB players at different places in their careers. In… Continue reading A Jeri Review: The Sweet Spot (Homeruns #4) By Sloan Johnson