Review: Accidental Lover (Exit Strategy #5) by Jocelynn Drake

Rating: 4.5🌈 Alexei Prescott , assassin and nephew of assassins extraordinaire, has a target. Gabor Kalman, shady arms dealer. Soren Jessen, cat burglar, ex CIA, has a target. Gabor Kalman, shady arms dealer. One will kill him, the other will steal from him. At the same time. The mission puts both men on a collision… Continue reading Review: Accidental Lover (Exit Strategy #5) by Jocelynn Drake

Review: The Christmas Rescue (Laurel Holidays #4) by V.L. Locey

Rating: 4.25🌈 Part of Locey’s Laurel Holidays series, The Christmas Rescue is a story that allows the author to explore her love and knowledge of the realities of farm life and winter in the Pennsylvania hills through the characters sweet holiday romance. The barns and farm living is realistic, accepting of the early hours and… Continue reading Review: The Christmas Rescue (Laurel Holidays #4) by V.L. Locey

Review: Eldon (Christmas Sprites #3) by Macy Blake

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Oh those fabulous Christmas sprites! Eldon, the serious one, gets his mate, in a story that runs almost concurrently with all the others. So we get mentions of events we know happened in the other Sprites romances. Here in a not really “frenemies to lovers “ trope, it’s Tatum William Bixby III… Continue reading Review: Eldon (Christmas Sprites #3) by Macy Blake

Review: Nyall (Christmas Sprites Book 1) by Macy Blake

Rating: 4🌈 Nyall is a sweet holiday romance, an adorable beginning to a new Christmas series about a holiday village, Mistletoe Falls, and a special magical family of sprites looking for their HEA’s. First up is the village baker, Nyall, who meets reporter Aaron Newton, banished to the village to write holiday fluff by his… Continue reading Review: Nyall (Christmas Sprites Book 1) by Macy Blake

Review: This Is Real by Barbara Elsbourg

Rating: 3.75🌈 I like Barbara Elsborg, so I didn’t want to pass up her latest holiday romance, This Is Real. A contemporary romance, it’s got a late coming out element, a snarky Englishman, a closeted American actor and a holiday movie set that brings them together. I found it entertaining and sweet with characters that… Continue reading Review: This Is Real by Barbara Elsbourg

Review: Sass (Style Book3) by Jay Hogan

Rating: 5 🌈 Sass is definitely my favorite of the three Style novels. The writing is tight, the scenes runs the gamut from wryly funny to serious discussions to emotional pathos, all done so beautifully. The superbly crafted characters are ones we’ve gotten to know superficially in the previous books but now get their own… Continue reading Review: Sass (Style Book3) by Jay Hogan

Review: Spring Strings by Lily Morton

Rating: 4🌈 Another wonderful contemporary romance from Lily Morton, Spring Strings is situated in the same model universe that has such wonderful characters as the incredibly beautiful always stoned Dean, Jude, and the effervescent Pip. It’s a novella so unlike some of Morton’s longer fabulously memorable stories, Spring Strings misses in some of the depth… Continue reading Review: Spring Strings by Lily Morton

Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 3 By A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5🌈 A.J. Sherwood’s serial fantasy story continues with Miracle 3 as Tan and Devan ride off together on the back of Dan the Stallion to search for the thieving rapscallion adventurers who stole the powerful, magical Sword of the Sea from a mage friend of Tan’s who was its keeper. Devan is needed, not… Continue reading Review: How I Stole The Princess’s White Knight and Turned Him To Villainy: Miracle 3 By A.J. Sherwood

Review: Antagonist (Dads of Stillwater #1) by Ana Ashley

Rating: 3.25🌈 Antagonist is the first of Ana Ashley’s Dads of Stillwater series. Ashley ‘s story gives us all the necessary elements we need for a first novel. A foundation in the small town of Stillwater, with major events taking place at the elementary school, bakery, and other places that will be highlighted in this… Continue reading Review: Antagonist (Dads of Stillwater #1) by Ana Ashley

Review: Love and History (The Script Club #6) by Lane Hayes

Rating: 4.5🌈 The events of Love and History run concurrently to The Professor’s Date and works beautifully to tie all the original couples up into their HEA as well as give us a heartwarming romance for one of the remaining Script Club members and a new boarder at the lovely old historic house they’ve been… Continue reading Review: Love and History (The Script Club #6) by Lane Hayes