Review: Vow Maker (A Mixed Messages Novella) by Lily Morton

Rating: 4.75🌈 Vow Maker is the fourth and supposedly final book in Lily Morton’s Mixed Messages series. After 7 years together, Gabe and Dylan (Rule Breaker #1) , are finally getting married. If they can agree on a wedding planner. In true Morton style, what ensues is a story that embraces all the aspects and… Continue reading Review: Vow Maker (A Mixed Messages Novella) by Lily Morton

Review: The Button Man by Davidson King

Rating: 4 .25🌈 Assassin and kid stories have turned into a favored theme of mine, whether it’s a movie or a book. There’s something about a unrepentant killer who, for whatever reason or circumstances, turns into a father/mother/parent figure to a young child. The dynamics that develop between the pair are usually so fascinating depending… Continue reading Review: The Button Man by Davidson King

Review: Charlie’s Doctor (Shadow Elite Book 1) by Jocelynn Drake

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Second chance at love along with lovers reunited are among my favorite tropes. I get both with a storyline that involves several long-time mysteries, stealthy mercenaries, explosions, many shootouts, and a extremely entertaining romance to boot. It all starts with a mission in Buenos Aires , Argentina, with the former CIA, now… Continue reading Review: Charlie’s Doctor (Shadow Elite Book 1) by Jocelynn Drake

Review: The Trials (The Spell Saga Book 4) by Cari Z

Rating: 4 🌈 The Trials is the fourth and looks to be the final story in Cari Z’s Spell Saga series. The author’s note sort of leaves it open as to whether we will return to this universe and couple or not. So I’m treating it as a finale. And that comes with additional expectations.… Continue reading Review: The Trials (The Spell Saga Book 4) by Cari Z

Review: The Heart’s Blood (San Amaro Investigations#5) by Kai Butler

Rating: 5🌈 The Heart’s Blood hits every marker, nails and surpasses all expectations I have for the characters, the storylines , and the journey Butler is taking us on. It’s a superlative narrative smorgasbord where Butler’s characters get to demonstrate genuine personal growth and maturity, often at huge emotional and physical cost. The imaginative series… Continue reading Review: The Heart’s Blood (San Amaro Investigations#5) by Kai Butler

Review: Rebel (Operation Justice Force Book Four) by Reese Knightley

Rating: 3.25🌈 I was expecting much more from this story because it was the long anticipated romance of Cohen “Ace” Gray , leader of Pegasus, and Jacob Burns , the Pegasus Tech specialist and son of the men who formed Phoenix. There was a lot to unpack emotionally between them. A big age difference, Jacob’s… Continue reading Review: Rebel (Operation Justice Force Book Four) by Reese Knightley

Review: Shameless Puckboy (Puckboy Book 3) by Eden Finley and Saxon James

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Shameless Puckboy brings us to Oskar Voyjik’s story, one I’ve greatly anticipated. Throughout the Puckboy series, when the Collective , a group of LGBTGIA pro hockey players, has gathered together to celebrate each other’s milestone events or to welcome another into their ranks, Oskar’s antics and outrageous personality has stood out. Now… Continue reading Review: Shameless Puckboy (Puckboy Book 3) by Eden Finley and Saxon James

Review: Unmanageable (In Vino Veritas #3 ) by Leslie McAdam

Rating: 4.5🌈 Unmanageable (In Vino Veritas #3 ) by Leslie McAdam is another terrific contemporary romance in a series solid with them. There’s several elements here that immediately spoke to me. Luke Lagomarsino and his ex-wife Kira have a young daughter, Addison. McAdams makes Kira a complicated, loving individual and mother who deserves to thrive… Continue reading Review: Unmanageable (In Vino Veritas #3 ) by Leslie McAdam

Review: The Train (The Spell Saga: Book 1) by Cari Z

Rating: 4.5🌈 What a exciting and suspenseful story! From the moment we dive into the harried life of young Anton Seiber, journeyman thaumaturge, we are plunged into a world of murder, spies, Royal espionage, and magical weaponry! On a train! The Train (The Spell Saga: Book 1) by Cari Z has a nonstop fast action… Continue reading Review: The Train (The Spell Saga: Book 1) by Cari Z

Review: Demon House by Mia Monroe

Rating: 2.75🌈 Demon House by Mia Monroe is a quick mildly entertaining Holiday read. It’s a short story with no real drama and , nothing that’s going to ask anything of a reader more then a casual connection to the characters. There’s some nice elements, and the witch character has real promise but Monroe doesn’t… Continue reading Review: Demon House by Mia Monroe