Review: Bad Habits (Wages of Sin #1) by Onley James and Neve Wilder

Rating: 4🌈 I am reading Onley James’ Necessary Evils series and thought I’d see what else the author had written. Bad Habits, co-written with Neve Wilder, seemed like it was in a similar vein with assassins, suspense, computer hackers, and characters with a connection between them. I enjoyed it but found that while the storyline… Continue reading Review: Bad Habits (Wages of Sin #1) by Onley James and Neve Wilder

Review: Listen (Single Dads #5) by R.J. Scott

Rating: 5 🌈 R.J. Scott has written an beautiful, emotionally moving story, one that happens to include a romance, with her latest installment in the Single Dads series . Listen revolves around the potential adoption of a 3 yr deaf child by investigative journalist Nick Horner. Nick, a widower and single parent to three children,… Continue reading Review: Listen (Single Dads #5) by R.J. Scott

Review: After Felix (Close Proximity #3) by Lily Morton

Rating: 5 🌈 After Felix is the third book in Lily Morton’s Close Proximity series. I skipped over Charlie’s story because the characters of Felix and Max so spoke to me in Best Man that I needed their own story and to see how their romance played out. I’m so happy I did because this… Continue reading Review: After Felix (Close Proximity #3) by Lily Morton

Review: O Hell, All Ye Shoppers by Louisa Masters

Rating: 3.5🌈⛄️ A slightly revamped edition of a short story Louisa Masters released in 2017, O Hell, All Ye Shoppers is a meet cute, sexy holiday romance. Everything happens quickly, from the “meet cute” to the idea that they are ideal for each other to the ending. A holiday Bonbon you partake of before settling… Continue reading Review: O Hell, All Ye Shoppers by Louisa Masters

Review: The Cuckoo’s Call by Lily Morton

Rating: 5 🌈 I’m not sure why this sat a few days on my shelf before I got to it because it has to be one of my favorite romances yet this year. Lily Morton really ticked every box for me here on contemporary romances and then further with not one but two love letters… Continue reading Review: The Cuckoo’s Call by Lily Morton

Review: Holigay by K.M. Neuhold

Rating: 4 🌈⛄️ Holigay is a term that denotes someone who is gay or gay curious just for a holiday vacation. Once again home, they return to their safe sexual orientation. Holigay by K.M. Neuhold is a sweet best friends to lovers, sexual discovery holiday romance. It’s frankly adorable. It helps that the men involved… Continue reading Review: Holigay by K.M. Neuhold

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: The Jock Script (The Script Club #3) by Lane Hayes

Rating: 5🌈 Lane Hayes is at her best when it comes to characters deeply anguished by choices they’ve made or failed to make in their lives. People who are now failing under the pressure, stress, and pain the situation they now find themselves in. Hayes has that ability to deliver that pain, that shame and… Continue reading Review: The Jock Script (The Script Club #3) by Lane Hayes

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: Steamroller by Mary Calmes

Rating: 3.25 🌈 Totally sweet college romance. This is one short story that I wish had been expanded a bit in places to give us a firmer foundation of both characters, their history on the campus, and at the end. Especially with them facing the huge upheavals in their lives. Vincent is the most fully… Continue reading Review: Steamroller by Mary Calmes