Review: Playing Games ( Franklin U #1) by Riley Hart

Rating: 4 🌈 Playing Games is a wonderful enemies to lovers romance from Riley Hart. It’s the first in a multi-author series called Franklin U that can be read in any order, the only main factor is the campus all the characters live on and the college they attend. I enjoyed the layered approach Hart… Continue reading Review: Playing Games ( Franklin U #1) by Riley Hart

Review: Rough (Operation Justice Force #2) by Reece Knightley

Rating: 4🌈 I throughly enjoyed Lethal, the first book in this series. It had a sweet twist as far as the main characters, which directly affected their dynamics and relationship. It was also my introduction to this world of undercover ops, twin semiautonomous agencies, and their operatives who all seem to have a sort of… Continue reading Review: Rough (Operation Justice Force #2) by Reece Knightley

Review: Lethal (Operation Justice Force #1) by Reece Knightly

Rating: 4.5🌈 The cover and description give the reader a pretty good indication of what Lethal, the first book in Reese Knightly’s new Operation Justice Force , has in store for them. Dark alley, hot, muscled men, with tattoos (some of them), just a hint of danger. Works perfectly for a undercover operation filled with… Continue reading Review: Lethal (Operation Justice Force #1) by Reece Knightly

Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 1. By A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5🌈 How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 1. By A.J. Sherwood is a new wonderfully entertaining fantasy story. It’s free at the moment but soon it will be pulled, and made part of a series Sherwood’s writing about a white knight and the black sorcerer who’s falling… Continue reading Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 1. By A.J. Sherwood

Review: Prince and Assassin (Perilous Courts #1) by Tavia Lark

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Tavia Lark’s latest fantasy romance, Prince and Assassin, lives up to its exciting description and surpasses it. The first in Lark’s Perilous Courts trilogy, Prince and Assassin is the perilous romance between Prince Julien and the assassin sent to kill him, Whisper. I love a marvelously told high fantasy tale and Prince… Continue reading Review: Prince and Assassin (Perilous Courts #1) by Tavia Lark

Review: Dusk’s Devotion (Blue Ice Ranch #3) by V.L. Locey

Rating: 4🌈 Dusk’s Devotion is a terrific way to wrap up this western romance trilogy with its roots in another hockey romance series. Locey ties up all loose storylines and manages to end the nasty ongoing feud that’s been a persistent flashpoint point of so many troubling events between the two major neighboring ranchers. Told… Continue reading Review: Dusk’s Devotion (Blue Ice Ranch #3) by V.L. Locey

Review: Much Ado About Lady MacBeth by Rebecca Cohen

Rating: 4🌈 Rebecca Cohen dives back into Elizabethan England with Much Ado About Lady MacBeth. A enlarged, rewritten version of a short story, it takes place in the same universe as Cohen’s historical Crofton Chronicles. Those are favorite books of mine featuring a certain Earl and actor Sebastian, who is very present here! It’s wonderful… Continue reading Review: Much Ado About Lady MacBeth by Rebecca Cohen

Review: Chef Vs Chef (Sizzle in the Kitchen #2) by M.J. O’Shea

Rating: 2.5🌈 Chef Vs Chef is the second of the four book Sizzle in the Kitchen series by M.J. O’Shea and it’s the one I’m stopping on. Honestly I’m dumbfounded by this book. All the characters and elements I admired and found charming in the first book, which set the foundation for the series,have been… Continue reading Review: Chef Vs Chef (Sizzle in the Kitchen #2) by M.J. O’Shea

Review: The Engineer (Magic and Steam #1) by C. S. Poe

Rating: 4.5🌈 What a fantastic story and start to a new series by author C. S. Poe. The Engineer, a fabulous mix of Wild West, magic, amidst a steampunk universe where a touch starved Special Federal Magic Agent ends up hunting a magical terrorist known as Tinkerer. Only he’s not the only one. There’s another… Continue reading Review: The Engineer (Magic and Steam #1) by C. S. Poe

Review: Captive Mate (Mismatched Mates #2) by Eliot Grayson

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Captive Mate , second in Eliot Grayson’s Mismatched Mates series, picks up after the events in The Alpha’s Warlock. Wildly traumatic ordeals that saw Ian, a alpha werewolf and Nate, a warlock long imprisoned by his father, mated. And the Armitage pack under siege by mage and were. And the worst was… Continue reading Review: Captive Mate (Mismatched Mates #2) by Eliot Grayson