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: 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: Stripped (Four Bears Construction #6) by K.M. Neuhold

Rating: 5 🌈 So I’m finished with the penultimate book, sigh, as as with all the others there are many great elements here, so much fun and great joy. Also unexpected little narrative gems that continue to leave me smiling, even now. This is, like most of the books in the series, a low angst… Continue reading Review: Stripped (Four Bears Construction #6) by K.M. Neuhold

Review: Stud (Four Bears Construction #5) by K.M. Neuhold

Rating: 5 🌈 Stud, the fifth novel in the Four Bears Construction series, is a great example why one should read these stories in the order they were written. Over the past four novels and romances, we’ve watched the West and Sawyer drama. Or non drama. Because, although a stone could tell how much in… Continue reading Review: Stud (Four Bears Construction #5) by K.M. Neuhold

Review: Hardwood (Four Bears Construction #3) by K.M. Neuhold

Rating: 4.75🌈 Once again this series goes into a different direction with Everett Aldridge and his road to HEA. We have had Cole who wasn’t looking for love when he found Ren, his forever Honeybee. Then there was is hilarious bighearted Stoney who managed to find his true love just next door in his neighbor,… Continue reading Review: Hardwood (Four Bears Construction #3) by K.M. Neuhold

Review: : Nailed (Four Bears Construction #2) by K.M. Neuhold

Rating: 5🌈 This series….it has really captured my heart. I mean I have all these other books lined up…mysteries, romance adventures, SyFi … but I keep coming back to these guys and their clumsy, adorable journeys to HEA and true love. Take Nailed, please. No , really, grab this one right up. Especially if you’re… Continue reading Review: : Nailed (Four Bears Construction #2) by K.M. Neuhold

Review: Caulky (Four Bears Construction #1)by K.M. Neuhold

Rating: 4.5🌈 Caulky is a totally sweet and sexy contemporary romance, the first in a new series about a group of single men working in a construction company. Best way to describe it comes from a conversation between Cole and Ren where they saw their meeting as a sexy, porn worthy “You’ve Got Mail’. Although… Continue reading Review: Caulky (Four Bears Construction #1)by K.M. Neuhold

Review: Gravemound by Kim Fielding

Rating: 5🌈 The blurb doesn’t begin to tell a reader exactly how unusual and amazing a story Gravemound is. Much like Grimm’s tales but containing far more hope and light at the end then Grimm ever included, this novella takes on such large themes as grief, abandonment, deep loss, alienation, and fear. And through a… Continue reading Review: Gravemound by Kim Fielding

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