Review: Texas Destiny by Lorraine Heath

Review: Texas Destiny by Lorraine Heath

Posted July 3, 2012 by Jonetta in Book Review | 1 Comment

This is a touching, heartwarming love story that is also a lesson in courage. Amelia Carson is a true hero in that she looked beyond the surface of Houston Leigh and saw his heart, even when he couldn’t. I think she was incredibly brave and resilient to seek a new life for herself, especially during this era. She didn’t waste time feeling sorry for herself because of her circumstances but was determined to make the best of it and create the opportunity. Amelia was just lucky that it included Houston. Speaking of Houston, he epitomizes the tortured hero. One side of his face is terribly scarred and it has shaped him in some good and some unfortunate ways. The good way? He’s a sensitive man who […]


Blog Event: STOMP VS ROMP

Blog Event: STOMP VS ROMP

Posted July 3, 2012 by Jennifer in Stomp vs Romp | 7 Comments

Rabid Reads and I have joined forces to say goodbye to summer 2012 with style! We’re hosting the biggestbloggy event of the season. Welcome to STOMP VS ROMP!26 authors will be battling it out in August to prove once and for all whether ACTION or ROMANCE reigns supreme. There will be guest posts, interviews, reviews, giveaways and MORE! We’re asking YOU TO BE THE JUDGE, read each author’s arguments and vote on which side deserves to come out on top. And, of course, no event of this magnitude would be complete without an ULTIMATE GIVEAWAY at the end. Clear your calendars, grab our button and prepare for battle! But first, here’s a preview of the line-up and of the books being featured. To follow the […]


HR Review: A Hellion in Her Bed by Sabrina Jeffries

Posted July 2, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

A Hellion in Her Bed by Sabrina Jeffries Published September 21st 2010 by Pocket StarBUY: Amazon – B&N RATING: ★★★★ 1/2 Furious at his grandmother’s ultimatum to marry or lose his inheritance, Lord Jarret Sharpe wagers his luck—and his heart—at the card table against a most unlikely opponent.Mired in scandal after his parents’ mysterious deaths, notorious gambler Lord Jarret Sharpe agrees to tamely run the family brewery for a year if his Machiavellian grandmother rescinds her ultimatum that he marry. But the gambler in him can’t resist when beguiling Annabel Lake proposes a wager. If she wins their card game, he must help save her family’s foundering brewery. But if he wins, she must spend a night in his bed. The outcome sets off a […]


HR Review: The Wild One by Danelle Harmon

Posted June 29, 2012 by Jonetta in Book Review | 1 Comment

The Wild One  by Danelle Harmon  Book #1 in the de Monteforte Brothers seriesBuy: Amazon – B&NRATING: ★★★★★ Lord Gareth de Montforte is known as an irresponsible rake with a heart of gold. When he thwarts a stagecoach robbery, he is stunned to discover that the beautiful young woman he has heroically rescued, Juliet Paige, is his deceased brother’s fiancée, accompanied by her infant daughter. Despite his family’s refusal to acknowledge Juliet, Gareth is determined to do right by the courageous woman who crossed an ocean to give her baby the name she rightfully deserves.  As a practical American woman, Juliet is wary of marrying this black sheep aristocrat, yet she is hopelessly charmed by the dashing devil. Never has she met anyone who embraces life […]


CR Review: The Last Boyfriend by Nora Roberts

Posted June 28, 2012 by Jonetta in Book Review | 0 Comments

  The Last Boyfriend  by Nora Roberts  Book #2 in The Inn BoonsBoro seriesBuy: Amazon – B&NRATING: ★★★ Owen Montgomery and Avery MacTavish have been best friends forever. The organizer of the Montgomery clan, Owen runs the family’s construction business with an iron will and an inflexible spreadsheet. His brothers might tease Owen about his compulsive list-making, but everyone knows he played a key role in seeing Inn BoonsBoro opened right on schedule.  From her popular pizzeria right across the street from the inn, Avery MacTavish boasted a front row seat to its amazing renovation—and she found a new appreciation for Owen. She considers Owen her first boyfriend, due to a childhood crush, and a bubblegum ring. But she can’t claim the attraction she feels for […]


Review: The Ghost Hunter by Lori Brighton

Posted June 27, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

  The Ghost Hunter by Lori Brighton  (The Hunter #1)ebook Published by Smashwords September 11th 2010RATING: ★★★★ When Ashley Hunter inherits the Inn where her father mysteriously vanished years ago, she jumps at the chance to finally uncover the truth about his disappearance. But soon after taking ownership of the decrepit building, Ashley realizes she’s in for far more than she bargained. Not only has she inherited answers to many sought-after questions, she’s also inherited spirits, demons and even fallen angels! Then Cristian arrives, a gorgeous man who insists he merely needs a room to rent. She believes him, until one by one her ghosts start disappearing… As a fallen angel destined for a life of servitude, Cristian Lucius is relegated to protecting earth from […]


Review: Chasing Magic by Stacia Kane

Review: Chasing Magic by Stacia Kane

Posted June 26, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 7 Comments

  Stacia Kane can do no wrong in my book. Man this series just grabs you by the balls and will not let go! This review will be hard to write without spoilers; that’s for sure. (The only reason Chasing Magic didn’t get a the full 5 stars is that I felt like Chess back peddled some in her relationship with Terrible and I feel like they are solid and she should be over some of her self-destructive ways. So I have high hopes that we will see a new an improve Chess in the next book.) Terrible equals awesomeness. He is the best male character I’ve read since Karen Marie Moning’s Barrons. He is exactly what Chess needs in her life. He is strong […]


Review: About Last Night by Ruthie Knox

Review: About Last Night by Ruthie Knox

Posted June 25, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 3 Comments

Let me tell ya About Last Night, it was freaking hot and entertaining. It’s the first book in a long time that I started and finished in one day. I could not put it down. It starts off fun and flirty. Nev, an US gal living in London rides the subway everyday to work and she sees other regulars and has nicknames for them. One is a sexy guy that looks all business and no fun that she has nicknamed, City. After agreeing to go on a blind date that her friend pretty much blackmails her into, Cath finds herself drunk and alone in the subway station trying to get home after the date does bad. Lucky for her City finds her and helps her […]