Review: Deke (Fake Boyfriends #3) by Eden Finley

Rating: 4.5🌈 “Deke” Verb: to fake an opponent out of position (hockey)” — Deke (Fake Boyfriend Book 3) by Eden Finley It the run for the Stanley Cup and my team is out of it. So it’s time to bury myself in hockey romances and storylines. What better time to catch up on Eden Finley’s… Continue reading Review: Deke (Fake Boyfriends #3) by Eden Finley

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: Role Model (Game Changers #5) by Rachel Reid

Rating: 5🌈 I was getting ready for the release of The Long Game, the 6th in Rachel Reid’s fabulous hockey romance series, when I figured out I hadn’t read the 5th story yet! Somehow I’d missed Role Model. Now was the time to fix that oversight! I’m so happy I did because Role Model is… Continue reading Review: Role Model (Game Changers #5) by Rachel Reid

Review: Hot Seat (The Hot Cannolis #1) by Eli Easton and Tara Lain

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I hadn’t read Fireman’s Carry (The Hot Cannolis #0.5) by Eli Easton that was the source and inspiration for this series by Easton and Lain. I will certainly go ahead and do that now that I’ve read this book and the romance of those characters. What is started there , a major… Continue reading Review: Hot Seat (The Hot Cannolis #1) by Eli Easton and Tara Lain

Review: How to Steal a Thief (Unholy Trifecta #2) by A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5 🌈 How to Steal a Thief switches the spotlight to the thief of our found family, now that our assassin has his HEA, that’s Carter aka Smiley the merc, and daughter Remi happily in hand. It’s now time for Ivan Azarov, aka Eidolon which means specter or phantom, a perfect code name for… Continue reading Review: How to Steal a Thief (Unholy Trifecta #2) by A.J. Sherwood

Review: The Viking and the Drag Queen (Campo Royale #1) by V. L. Locey

Rating: 4.5 🌈 The first in a series about a the people who are a found family in a drag club , The Viking and the Drag Queen by V. L. Locey is a wonderful read. It has several things I look forward to seeing in a romance from this author. Starting with a hockey… Continue reading Review: The Viking and the Drag Queen (Campo Royale #1) by V. L. Locey

Review: Something Fabulous by Alexis Hall

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Alexis Hall’s regency romance, Something Fabulous is indeed totally fabulous. A rollicking tale of two men who end up falling for each other is done via a Regency road trip. Although it’s carriages and a gorgeous pair of bays instead of a car, it’s still a wild madcap road race after a… Continue reading Review: Something Fabulous by Alexis Hall

Review: Never Stay Gone (Big Bend Texas Rangers #1) by Tal Bauer

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I’ve been so busy with fantasy and contemporary romances that I’ve neglected one really great action suspense author. Tal Bauer. Tal Bauer writes just amazing stories. Ones that might include such elements as government agencies and military spies, secret missions, and any number of inside sub terrorist organizations to deal with. Along… Continue reading Review: Never Stay Gone (Big Bend Texas Rangers #1) by Tal Bauer

Review: Sundae’s Best (Briar County #2) by Riley Hart

Rating: 5🌈 In Riley Hart’s Introduction, the author talks about the desire to create something different with this series. Instead of serial stories linked together, Hart wanted a narrative playground. One where standalone stories could have roots and flourish amidst a familiar foundation, a wide universe. So Hart started creating Briar County, North Carolina. With… Continue reading Review: Sundae’s Best (Briar County #2) by Riley Hart

Review: Two-Man Team (Stick Side #5) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Kris Xappa’s getting ready to make his post season retirement announcement. On top of that, there’s the eminent launch of the charity youth foundation, Forward Thinking, he started with his two long time best friends but nothing is going according to plans. In trying to stop a fight at a friends bar,… Continue reading Review: Two-Man Team (Stick Side #5) by Amy Aislin