Review: Scorched (a Lunar Wolves novel) by Kiki Burrell

Rating: 3.5🌈 Scorched by Kiki Burrell is my first visit into this author’s Lunar Wolves series. It is described as a standalone novel so I approached it from that perspective, wanting to see what sort of story comes from such a interesting melding of elements. There’s magic, solar wolves from another dimension/world/planet, fragile peace between… Continue reading Review: Scorched (a Lunar Wolves novel) by Kiki Burrell

Review: A Demon for Midwinter by K.L. Noone

Rating: 4.75🌈 First thing. This book should come with a trigger warning for domestic assault/violence. While the assault happens off page the immediate physical damage and emotional effects upon the victim ,a main character, is on page . The resulting trauma and continuing aftermath, for the victim, his family and the man who loves him… Continue reading Review: A Demon for Midwinter by K.L. Noone

Review: Confetti Hearts (Confetti Hitched, #1) by Lily Morton

Rating:3🌈 I have been anticipating this book since I encountered Joe Bagshaw in Vow Maker, where he acted as the wedding planner to Gabe and Dylan. It was a hilarious and memorable introduction. And made all the readers want more, especially his painful romantic history. Morton reveals Joe’s love life and tale of marriage woe… Continue reading Review: Confetti Hearts (Confetti Hitched, #1) by Lily Morton

Review: Fairy Cakes in Winter by Lane Hayes

Rating: 5🌈 “In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer.”—Albert Camus Scott” With that quote, Lane Hayes leads us into a heartwarming, absolutely engaging tale about two men who meet on a turbulent life changing airplane ride to London. I fell so in love with this story from the… Continue reading Review: Fairy Cakes in Winter by Lane Hayes

Review: Wolf Soul (Outcast Pack, #3) by T. J. Nichols

Rating: 4.5🌈 Wolf Soul , third in the Outcast Pack series, is my favorite to date. It changes up things by introducing a cat shifter, in this case, a leopard shifter as a mate. It also brings in toxic male sexual stereotypical roles, hypermasculinity, all within a werewolf pack or rigid community. And the idea… Continue reading Review: Wolf Soul (Outcast Pack, #3) by T. J. Nichols

Review: Accidental Lover (Exit Strategy #5) by Jocelynn Drake

Rating: 4.5🌈 Alexei Prescott , assassin and nephew of assassins extraordinaire, has a target. Gabor Kalman, shady arms dealer. Soren Jessen, cat burglar, ex CIA, has a target. Gabor Kalman, shady arms dealer. One will kill him, the other will steal from him. At the same time. The mission puts both men on a collision… Continue reading Review: Accidental Lover (Exit Strategy #5) by Jocelynn Drake

Review: The Humbug Holiday by Lane Hayes

Rating: 4.5🌈 Lanes Hayes has written a heartwarming holiday story in The Humbug Holiday. One of my favorites this season, it’s has a gentle romance between two men whose histories include adolescent pasts with deep emotional pain associated with the Christmas holidays. One, Cameron Warren, a famous author of mysteries, has escaped his LA home… Continue reading Review: The Humbug Holiday by Lane Hayes

Review: His Last Christmas in London by Con Riley

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Con Riley has quickly become a go to author for me for contemporary romance. Riley’s characters and movingly detailed plots manage to capture my attention as well as my imagination. I end up loving the couples, their stories, and the cast around them. His Last Christmas in London is a perfect example.… Continue reading Review: His Last Christmas in London by Con Riley

Review: Christmas Spirit by Annabelle Jacobs

Rating: 4🌈 Christmas Spirit by Annabelle Jacobs is another delightful holiday romance. Set In Cornwall, a favorite location of mine, this low angst age gap tale has a bit of the magical holiday spirit that takes this a tad into the supernatural with a merry matchmaking ghost! Dylan tears his Achilles tendon and ends up… Continue reading Review: Christmas Spirit by Annabelle Jacobs

Review: Cowboy Protection (Merry Everything Book 2) by Jodi Payne and B.A. Tortuga

Rating: 3🌈 Cowboy Protection is a terrific story that suffers from being a tale that’s only 1/2 to 2/3’s finished. You get to the ending and feel that there’s multiple chapters missing. So many storylines left dangling or completely neglected. So frustrating that it takes away from the great elements that went before. First to… Continue reading Review: Cowboy Protection (Merry Everything Book 2) by Jodi Payne and B.A. Tortuga