Review: Risking the Shot (Stick Side #4) by Amy Aislin

Rating: 4.5 🌈 It’s officially hockey season again and I’d thought I’d celebrate by reviewing a hockey romance by a favorite author who loves this sport and it’s athletes as much as I do. This sport seems to attract wonderful writers who are just as obsessed by its fast paced athleticism and unbelievable drama on… Continue reading Review: Risking the Shot (Stick Side #4) by Amy Aislin

Review: Resilient Heart by Annabeth Albert

Rating: 3:25 🌈 Resilient Heart is an expanded short story that appeared in an earlier released collection of stories. Here the author has added an additional 10k words to give her characters a closure to their romance. I didn’t read the first version and love this author so I thought this was a new release… Continue reading Review: Resilient Heart by Annabeth Albert

Review: Firefly Lane (Briar County #1) by Riley Hart

Rating 4.5 🌈 Recently I’ve been reading books with older characters, in their 40’s and one aspect I’ve appreciated about these stories from various authors is the open and adult communication that flows between most of these characters. Firefly Lane is a great example of this level of open communication. It exists not just among… Continue reading Review: Firefly Lane (Briar County #1) by Riley Hart

Review: Drilled (Four Bears Construction #7) by K.M. Neuhold

Rating: 5 🌈 Here it is. The final story and the end of a series I really don’t want to say goodbye to. Hmmm perhaps the author will give me a path to potentially seeing them all again…. Anyway… back to Drilled . It’s that wonderful best friends to enemies to lovers story we all… Continue reading Review: Drilled (Four Bears Construction #7) by K.M. Neuhold

Review : Fathers of the Bride by Marshall Thornton

Rating: 5 🌈 I’ve so often associated Marshall Thornton with his outstanding but often gritty , and dark stories and series (Boystown series and Pinx Video Mysteries series, both must reads) that I forget this author also writes extremely funny, effervescent novels. Such as Fathers of the Bride, just released. Incredibly witty, often with on… Continue reading Review : Fathers of the Bride by Marshall Thornton

Review: Dragon Ever After (Here Be Dragons #1) by Louisa Masters

Dragon Ever After (Here Be Dragons #1) by Louisa Masters Rating: 4.25 🌈. First thing this book taught me? Don’t judge a story by it’s “CRASH !!!”. Outside of comic books (awesome) and the Adam West Batman tv series ( equally awesome), a word like that is most likely to be followed by a KERPOW!… Continue reading Review: Dragon Ever After (Here Be Dragons #1) by Louisa Masters

Review: Farview (Greynox to the Sea) by Kim Fielding

Rating : 5 🌈 Farview (Greynox to the Sea) by Kim Fielding When I see a new release from Kim Fielding, i always know to expect several things. I’m about to embark on a remarkable journey. It will be one of both deep despair and incredible highs. I’ll meet many unique and memorable beings along… Continue reading Review: Farview (Greynox to the Sea) by Kim Fielding

Review: Summer Drifter (Whisper Ridge,Wyoming #2) by RJ Scott

Rating: 5 🌈 Summer Drifter is the second is Scott’s Whisper Ridge, Wyoming series and it’s my favorite of the two. I find that both men were easier to connect with, had huge chemistry with each other from their first meeting in the road, and their continued complex dynamics just made this story so enjoyable… Continue reading Review: Summer Drifter (Whisper Ridge,Wyoming #2) by RJ Scott

Review: Out for the Holidays, Out for Gold by Lane Hayes

Rating: 4 🌈 Lane Hayes continues her Out of series for couple Gabe and Derek post college with two lovely, sweet short stories. We meet again Hayes’ great characters, in tightly plotted storylines filled with romance and hope for their dreams, individually and as a couple. We follow them through each man’s future plans, one… Continue reading Review: Out for the Holidays, Out for Gold by Lane Hayes

Review: Never Underestimate An Omega by Eden Winters

Rating: 3🌈 Eden Winters’ Diversion series is one of my favorites. It’s so well written, highly complex, and the characters beyond amazing, with lives so layered , so thick with nuance , humor and peril that each book was a showstopper. Never Underestimate an Omega sees Winters venturing into supernatural territory and for me the… Continue reading Review: Never Underestimate An Omega by Eden Winters