Review: Caught (Bureau #9) by Kim Fielding

Rating: 4 🌈 I needed to double check the release date because of cultural references Fielding’s used in the story, but she’s stated it takes place in the 70’s , not present day. So mentions of President Carter, Mork & Mindy, and , RIP, Burt Reynolds, makes sense. Of course, given it’s the Bureau, you… Continue reading Review: Caught (Bureau #9) by Kim Fielding

Review: Marriage is Murder (Sawyer and Royce: Matrimony and Mayhem #2) by Aimee Nicole Walker

Rating: 5 🌈 It’s that halfway time , Sawyer and Royce have committed to each other through proposals, but they haven’t set a date, or done much else to further getting married. First up is Jayce (Royce’s brother) and Hols, Royce’s close friend and police coworker. Sawyer’s too. They are getting married soon if they… Continue reading Review: Marriage is Murder (Sawyer and Royce: Matrimony and Mayhem #2) by Aimee Nicole Walker

Review: Love Me Again (Stonewall Investigations:Blue Creek #1) by Max Walker

Rating: 3.75🌈 Love Me Again represents a new author and a new contemporary romance series for me, both I’m always on the lookout for. It was the description that caught my attention. I love a second chance at love, lovers reunited romance! Plus this had the added attraction of one of the men with retrograde… Continue reading Review: Love Me Again (Stonewall Investigations:Blue Creek #1) by Max Walker

Review: Oceans that Swim (Kings of Airlie #1) by Casey Cox

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I love Casey Cox so I picked up her new release immediately. Oceans that Swim is the first book in the Kings of Airlie trilogy, a sports romance series. First off I had to go YouTube the sport of Kitesurfing. Didn’t have a clue what it was. For those of you like… Continue reading Review: Oceans that Swim (Kings of Airlie #1) by Casey Cox

Review: The Magnolia Murders (Sawyer and Royce: Matrimony and Mayhem #1) by Aimee Nicole Walker

Rating: 4.75🌈 The Magnolia Murders is the start of a second series that revolves around the romantic and professional lives of Sawyer Key and Royce Locke. At the beginning the couple is still partners at the MCU at Savannah’s PD but their unit has recently gotten a new chief. Up to now , every minute… Continue reading Review: The Magnolia Murders (Sawyer and Royce: Matrimony and Mayhem #1) by Aimee Nicole Walker

Review : A Touch of Fever (Arcane Hearts #1) by Nazri Noor

Rating: 4🌈 A Touch of Fever is the first story in the Arcane Hearts series by Nazri Noor. He’s a new author for me and I’m definitely going to look forward to more from him in the future. I enjoyed my time with these characters and this universe. Noor does an excellent job creating a… Continue reading Review : A Touch of Fever (Arcane Hearts #1) by Nazri Noor

Review: Pretty Poison (Sinister in Savannah #3) by Aimee Nicole Walker

Rating: 5🌈 I’ll start my review much the same as the author did. With trigger warnings. Pretty Poison deals with some very traumatic issues. The main character of Rocky continues to suffer from PTSD, the emotional damage he carries deep from the trauma inflicted from a murder-suicide that occurred while he was on a case.… Continue reading Review: Pretty Poison (Sinister in Savannah #3) by Aimee Nicole Walker

Review: Hell and Gone by Tal Bauer

Rating: 5 🌈 I’m thrilled to see Tal Bauer branching out into the western genre. Hell and Gone is the second western novel I’ve read of his. The first being the terrific Never Stay Gone, the beginning of his new Texas Rangers series. Prior to these stories, it was Bauer’s excellent espionage or political thrillers… Continue reading Review: Hell and Gone by Tal Bauer

Review: Mr. Perfect (Sinister in Savannah #2) by Aimee Nicole Walker

Rating: 5🌈 I wasn’t aware when I started the Sinister in Savannah series that each novel would feature one of the three men and close friends who run the podcast of the same title as this series. All three books have Savannah as their atmospheric and historic heart. The series also has the formidable and… Continue reading Review: Mr. Perfect (Sinister in Savannah #2) by Aimee Nicole Walker

Review: Jon’s Crazy Head-Boppon’ Mystery (Jon’s Mysteries #2) by A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5🌈 What I appreciate about Sherwood’s mysteries is the layers she writes into them. We get Jon’s team exhibiting their unique talents, not just Jon. Then we do get another of Jon’s abilities, and the physical and emotional aftermath of its use. Which then plays into the furthering growth of Jon’s and Donovan’s relationship… Continue reading Review: Jon’s Crazy Head-Boppon’ Mystery (Jon’s Mysteries #2) by A.J. Sherwood