Review: Deke (Fake Boyfriends #3) by Eden Finley

Rating: 4.5🌈 “Deke” Verb: to fake an opponent out of position (hockey)” — Deke (Fake Boyfriend Book 3) by Eden Finley It the run for the Stanley Cup and my team is out of it. So it’s time to bury myself in hockey romances and storylines. What better time to catch up on Eden Finley’s… Continue reading Review: Deke (Fake Boyfriends #3) by Eden Finley

Review: Head Games (Wages of Sin #3) by Onley James and Neve Wilder

Rating: 4.5🌈 Head Games ends the Wages of Sins trilogy by Onley James and Neve Wilder about a group of professional assassins who end up finding a relationship and a partner to love and kill with. I’ve enjoyed each book and found they’ve gotten better and more interesting with each couple. From the age gap… Continue reading Review: Head Games (Wages of Sin #3) by Onley James and Neve Wilder

Review: Crankshaft (Big Bull Mechanics #1) by K. M. Nuehold

Rating: 4.5🌈 I have been looking forward to this new release since the author’s announcement at the end of The Four Bears Construction series. That’s where we met the men of Big Bull Mechanics Shop, the other automotive shop in town, other than Dare’s, husband to Stone, one of the Four Bears. Steele’s the owner… Continue reading Review: Crankshaft (Big Bull Mechanics #1) by K. M. Nuehold

Review: Wicked Heat (Chicago Heat #1) by Ella Frank

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Wicked Heat is the first book of a two story series, Chicago Heat. It’s fantastic and, luckily, with both novels released, the reader is able to read one story after the other as I did. Combined, they tell the story of the stumbling path to romance, love, and a lasting relationship between… Continue reading Review: Wicked Heat (Chicago Heat #1) by Ella Frank

Review: Flare (Style #1) by Jay Hogan

Rating: 4.5🌈 Flare is a very intense contemporary romance set in Auckland’s high fashion world. The first of a new series that will incorporate , at least from looking at the description of Strut, the second novel, high fashion, models, a certain circle of friends that starts with this fashion line, and, unfortunately, a element… Continue reading Review: Flare (Style #1) by Jay Hogan

Review: Nothing Ordinary (A Hit and Run story) by E.M. Lindsey

Rating: 3.5🌈 I’m not sure exactly where the author intends Nothing Ordinary to fall in their series, except as a prequel perhaps. It was originally written as a series, then re-edited, new material added, and now re-released just as the first book in the series was arriving. So it acts as a informative lead-in for… Continue reading Review: Nothing Ordinary (A Hit and Run story) by E.M. Lindsey

Review: Aleron (Chosen Champions #3) by Macy Blake

Rating: 5🌈 You know how, somewhere in a series, you always find one story that’s just it for you? Even in a series you adore? It hits all your buttons, emotionally, just satisfying AF in every way? That’s Aleron for me, the third novel in Macy Blake’s fantastic Chosen Champions series. This is a series… Continue reading Review: Aleron (Chosen Champions #3) by Macy Blake

Review: Hot Seat (The Hot Cannolis #1) by Eli Easton and Tara Lain

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I hadn’t read Fireman’s Carry (The Hot Cannolis #0.5) by Eli Easton that was the source and inspiration for this series by Easton and Lain. I will certainly go ahead and do that now that I’ve read this book and the romance of those characters. What is started there , a major… Continue reading Review: Hot Seat (The Hot Cannolis #1) by Eli Easton and Tara Lain

Review: The Christmas Tenor (Laurel Holidays #3) by V. L. Locey

Rating: 4.5 🌈⛄️ My holiday reading continues with V.L. Locey’s The Christmas Tenor, the 3rd novel in her Laurel Holidays series, each a standalone story. The Christmas Tenor is a very sweet, sexy holiday romance between a older, withdrawn widower and a young confident singer,. The older man is Cabriolet Vermat who withdrew from everyone… Continue reading Review: The Christmas Tenor (Laurel Holidays #3) by V. L. Locey

Review: The Fairy Dance by Tara Lain

Rating: 4 🌈⛄️ The Fairy Dance by Tara Lain is a sweet Christmas romance. Running at the size of a novella, this is a very quick read which works as it’s one of this author’s love at first sight stories. She does a great job of making us believe in the instant connection between Henri… Continue reading Review: The Fairy Dance by Tara Lain