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Review: Snowfall on Cedar Trail by Annie Rains

Review: Snowfall on Cedar Trail by Annie Rains

Snowfall on Cedar Trail by is the third book in the series. This time we get the chief’s story. If you enjoy long time crush and small town romances, you are in for a treat.  Halona Locklear is the town’s local florist. A single mother, Halona spends most of her time either working or with […]

Posted July 13, 2020 by Lillian in Reviews / 4 Comments
Review: Winter of Solace by Kathryn Le Veque

Review: Winter of Solace by Kathryn Le Veque

This story is everything I love in a historical romance. We have knights, a classic “damsel in distress” trope, and a very obvious, black-and-white villain. It was exactly the escape I needed during a big ol’ social uprising. Give me ALL the strong, broody knights and ALL the “happily ever after”s. Immediately. Caius d’Avignon is […]

Posted July 3, 2020 by Amanda in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Trouble with Wolves by Danielle Annett

Review: Trouble with Wolves by Danielle Annett

I found this book to be…frustrating but good overall. I wanted it to be excellent and it does have some good qualities, but I’ve read better in this genre.  Melinda Chogan, Lindy to most, is the daughter of the Alpha wolf of a race of shapeshifting paranormals living in the backwoods of Canada. Her pack […]

Posted June 15, 2020 by Amanda in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: The Fiery Crown by Jeffe Kennedy

Review: The Fiery Crown by Jeffe Kennedy

Revenge isn’t always sweet. In fact, it usually leads you down some dark roads and blows up in your face. The Fiery Crown by picks up just a week after Con and Lia’s hasty wedding. Exploring their new relationship, the threat of the Emperor, and to what lengths either will go to protect Calanthe, Kennedy […]

Posted June 8, 2020 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Scavenge the Stars by Tara Sim

Review: Scavenge the Stars by Tara Sim

That was….underwhelming. Scavenge the Stars by is the first book in her series of the same name. It is touted as a gender-bent retelling of The Count of Monte Cristo. That alone is why I wanted to read it, but it fell short on so many levels.  The story opens on a debtor’s ship where […]

Posted May 21, 2020 by Lillian in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: The Honey-Don’t List by Christina Lauren

Review: The Honey-Don’t List by Christina Lauren

When a book starts with a police transcript, you know you are in for a treat! The Honey-Don’t List by is the first I’ve read of this author, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I love a good romcom, and this book delivers just that. America’s sweethearts, the Tripps, aren’t all they are cracked up to […]

Posted April 30, 2020 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Just a Boyfriend by Sariah Wilson

Review: Just a Boyfriend by Sariah Wilson

I LOVED this one! Just a Boyfriend by is the second book in her about the football players at Seattle’s EOL college. This time it’s Bash’s story. Second chance romance has never been so sweet as it is here. Ian “Bash” Sebastian left home his senior year of high school after his dad married his […]

Posted January 6, 2020 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: An Alaskan Christmas by Jennifer Snow

Review: An Alaskan Christmas by Jennifer Snow

An Alaskan Christmas is the first book in a brand new series called by . I knew before I even cracked this book open that I would enjoy it. Set in a rural Alaskan town, An Alaskan Christmas follows the story of Dr. Erika Sheraton and search and rescue team leader Reed Reynolds. If you […]

Posted December 18, 2019 by Lillian in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Christmas on Mistletoe Lane by Annie Rains

Review: Christmas on Mistletoe Lane by Annie Rains

Christmas on Mistletoe Lane by is the first in her new series . Y’all it is no secret that I love small town romance, and this book fits the description perfectly. Kaitlyn and Mitch’s story is cute in a kitchy-way and I love the circumstances that bring them together. Kaitlyn is still reeling from losing […]

Posted December 13, 2019 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments