Review: Hazardous Things (Star Shadow #3) by Beth Bolden

Rating: 4🌈 Hazardous Things is the third story in the Star Shadow series and the review I’m having the most problems writing. One one hand I genuinely love the characters of Felix Humphries and Max McCloud, Star Shadow’s drummer. Felix has been a snarky bundle of intelligent judgment and wry humor from the beginning with… Continue reading Review: Hazardous Things (Star Shadow #3) by Beth Bolden

Review: Impossible Things (Star Shadow #2} by Beth Bolden

Rating: 3.5 stars After the emotionally traumatic, narratively heavy first story (Terrible Things), I had wondered how the author was going to top that. It was a great story and had a charismatic couple at its heart. Did I find that with Impossible Things? Not exactly. This story has one of the issues that I… Continue reading Review: Impossible Things (Star Shadow #2} by Beth Bolden

Review: Geoffrey the Very Strange by Angel Martinez

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Gentle, sweet , lovingly well crafted story of acceptance and love, Geoffrey the Very Strange is certainly a Angel Martinez tale! By that I mean it contains all the signature elements I have learned to expect and frankly hope to see in one of her stories. Quixotic humor, recognizable fantasy beings with… Continue reading Review: Geoffrey the Very Strange by Angel Martinez

Review: Keeping Kellen (Keeping Him #2) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Well, really my only issue here is with the title. It should be called Keeping Brant because Kellen? He’s a done deal here. Has been for years since he realized he saw Brant as more than his BFF’s younger brother. So the question here? That’s Brant not Kellen. So yep, a definite… Continue reading Review: Keeping Kellen (Keeping Him #2) by Amy Aislin

Review: Keeping Casey (Keeping Him #1) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.5🌈 Keeping Casey is another terrific contemporary romance from Amy Aislin. Loosely connected to her hockey series through the Glen Hill College Mountaineers hockey team, which has made its appearances in other stories , this novel is the first in a new Keeping Him series. In Keeping Casey the author weaves many of my… Continue reading Review: Keeping Casey (Keeping Him #1) by Amy Aislin

Review: Christmas Lane (Lighthouse Bay #1) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.5 🌈 As we head into November, it’s time for the Holiday stories (and movies) to start being released. And for those of us who love to read them (and watch them) to start our holiday feasting! First up for me was the first in this adorable Amy Aislin Christmas series Lighthouse Bay. Currently… Continue reading Review: Christmas Lane (Lighthouse Bay #1) by Amy Aislin

Review: Rules of Play (The Script Club #2) by Lane Hayes

Rating: 5 🌈 I really wondered about this story because of the character of George. That’s tall, cape wearing, genius who’s been a bit of an enigma although he’s gotten a lot of page time within the series to date. Nice trick. Very vampire like. So who’s he’s paired up with becomes as much as… Continue reading Review: Rules of Play (The Script Club #2) by Lane Hayes

Review: Got Me Wishing (Vet Shop Boys #2) by Casey Cox

Review: 4.5🌈 As much as I adored the beginning book in this series? Got Me Wishing just made the series and universe even better. It brought in heavier themes such as addiction, animal abuse, forgiveness, redemption. It even weaves in kink shaming and how the judgements you make impact others. All done very sensitively and… Continue reading Review: Got Me Wishing (Vet Shop Boys #2) by Casey Cox

Review: Hijacked (Licking Thicket: Horn of Glory #1) by Lucy Lennox and May Archer

Rating: 2.75🌈 You know those books about the professional security agencies with highly trained agents with specialized skills ? Ones who are extremely cool under stress and focused on the job and clients? Even if a romance seems pending, they don’t loose their professional patina or come off as comical.The novels with plots dealing with… Continue reading Review: Hijacked (Licking Thicket: Horn of Glory #1) by Lucy Lennox and May Archer

Review: Offside Rules (Met His Match) by Louisa Masters

Rating: 4 🌈 Sometimes love takes balls. A very sweet, sexy contemporary romance that I throughly enjoyed. It’s just the lovely HEA tale that Louisa Masters writes so well that it feels easy and the story flows so smoothly from start to finish. There are peripheral characters that form a cohesive group of friends garnered… Continue reading Review: Offside Rules (Met His Match) by Louisa Masters