Blog tour:  Forever Mine by Erin Nicholas

Blog tour: Forever Mine by Erin Nicholas

Posted March 27, 2017 by Anne in Blog Tour, Book Review | 1 Comment

      I read the first book in the Opposites Attract series ,  Completely Yours which was 4.5 stars of smart, sexy fun. Of course, I wanted to read more. I was not disappointed. Maya is so strong, open and with a huge heart. She willingly risks everything to help others, do what is right or get what she wants. She is so brave. Alex is extremely smart and capable, but he has always played it safe. He has a lot happening in his life, can he risk himself enough to change and grow? I enjoyed these characters and they made me feel, care and cheer for them. They are more than average folks, which hits my reality meter. Some things work out for them a […]


Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner

Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner

Posted March 24, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

The team of Zentner and Crouch are unstoppable! After falling in love with Jeff Zentner’s debut novel, The Serpent King I knew I would pick up a copy of anything he wrote next. Goodbye Days proves that Zentner is a no a one hit wonder! Goodbye Days are the one left behind, Carver “Blade” Briggs. Depending on who you ask, Blade may or may not have killed his three best friends. It all happened with a text message. Blade was working and the other three teens were in a car on their way from the movies to see him at his job at a local bookstore. Blade sent an innocent text asking Only the answering text never made it to Blade because his friend, Mars […]


Thrifty Thursday: Eternity by Maggie Shayne

Thrifty Thursday: Eternity by Maggie Shayne

Posted March 23, 2017 by Anne in Book Review | 0 Comments

           The purpose of Thrifty Thursday is to read a book which was free (at some point). Kindle freebie on February 25, 2013  (currently FREE as of writing this post) Overall rating 3.98 with 2,853 ratings and 223 reviews   I had a lot of trouble with reading my Kindle freebies during the COYER challenge. A LOT. It’s not so much a problem when I am reading one a month for a Thrifty Thursday post. I can choose one with a more well-known author which is the first of a series or I got free years back. The quality of books I have access to read (which anyone can get at the library, it just takes longer) is so high I’ve gotten […]


Blog Tour: The Last Chance Matinee by Mariah Stewart

Blog Tour: The Last Chance Matinee by Mariah Stewart

Posted March 22, 2017 by Jonetta in Blog Tour | 4 Comments

Praise for The Last Chance Matinee: “The combination of a quirky small-town setting, a family mystery, a gentle romance, and three estranged sisters is catnip for women’s-fiction fans, and the backdrop of the faded movie palace adds a fascinating element to the story. Stewart’s lively, warmhearted series starter [The Last Chance Matinee] will have readers eagerly awaiting the second installment.” —Booklist “A good read, with a nice blend of mystery, family drama, and romance. Readers will look forward to the next installment.” —Library Journal   Inspiration for The Last Chance Matinee: Everyone is familiar with the adage “write what you know”; it’s a saying that has dictated much of my decades-long career in publishing. But this time, it was what I (or rather, my mother) didn’t […]


Slow Burn by Pamela Clare

Slow Burn by Pamela Clare

Posted March 21, 2017 by Jonetta in Book Review | 2 Comments

    Victoria (Vic) Woodley is back in Scarlet Springs, Colorado for her best friend’s wedding. A year before, Eric Hawke met her at the airport and they really got off on the wrong foot. She’s Lexie’s maid of honor and he’s Austin’s best man so this time, they’ve got a week to change course. And, that new course direction was definitely a slow burn.   I was really happy that this next book featured Victoria and Eric as their first encounter was so lively and interesting they were destined to have a strong story. They are well developed characters with strong senses of self but also a great understanding of each other. There aren’t any relationship gimmicks used in this story as theirs is […]


Hot on Ice: A Hockey Romance Anthology

Hot on Ice: A Hockey Romance Anthology

Posted March 20, 2017 by Jennifer in Blog Tour, Book Review | 7 Comments

In Hot on Ice: A Hockey Romance Anthology, USA Today Bestsellers Robin Covington, Desiree Holt, Kimberly Kincaid, Nana Malone and Virginia Nelson, Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller Angi Morgan, along with Xio Axelrod, Christi Barth, Andie J. Christopher, Avery Flynn, Kim Golden, Lena Hart, Robin Kaye, Katie Kenyhercz, Heather Long, Kate Meader, Susan Scott Shelley, and Misty D. Waters bring you romances with smoking hot heroes—both on and off the ice—who are all a part of the fictional Cajun Rage hockey team. In addition to being a great read at a great price, 20% of the royalties from sales of Hot on Ice will be donated to the Homes for Troops charity, a nonprofit organization that builds mortgage-free, specially modified homes for severely injured veterans. Check My […]


Rule Master by Sienna Snow

Rule Master by Sienna Snow

Posted March 18, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

    I loved getting introduced to Milla and Lex in the first book, Rule Breaker so I couldn’t wait to get their story. Their story was great! Since we get the start of Lex and Mills’s story in Rule Breaker there will be a mild SPOILER AHEAD. Lex and Mills have been secretly married for ten years. There has been a few people who knew of their relationship but only one person knew they were married. Why secretly? Milla has family issues, well really mommy issues. Her mother is a major bitch and because of some rules where the family business is considered Milla has to kept her marriage to Lex a secret in order to inherit her part of the business. This is a big issue they deal with […]


Madly by Ruthie Knox

Madly by Ruthie Knox

Posted March 16, 2017 by Anne in Book Review | 0 Comments

       Ruthie Knox is one of my favorite authors. I’ve enjoyed everything I’ve read which is almost all, including by Robin York.  They are just amazing! But what does that mean and why do I enjoy them so much? It’s the everyday, real characters. They make me feel. They have problems and fears and do stupid and embarrassing things. I care about them; I hurt for them; I root for them. They make me laugh. The story is rich with various relationships and family issues creating an interesting, emotional journey. Madly is the follow up to Truly in the New York series. Truly was a free serial on Wattpad for a year before it was published. You can read my 5 star review here.  Madly […]