I adore almost every type of military romance. This book is no different, well except both characters are former military. It reminded me of when my hubby was active duty and talking smack with other members of the military about their various branches of service. That was spot on! I enjoyed the wittiness of bothContinue reading “Review: Smooth Moves by Marie Harte”
This isn’t your typical brother’s best friend romance, mainly because Chloe didn’t know she had/has a brother until her mother’s deathbed confession. She doesn’t have time to deal with that. Or she refuses to anyway. Her mother told her so she wouldn’t be alone. But that’s how Chloe prefers to be. No attachments, no heartache.Continue reading “Review and Excerpt: Falling for you by Jennifer Van Wyk”
Kendall has two half sisters she doesn’t get along with but her aunt Sally invited all three girls to housesit …at the same time. What the three girls don’t realize is how much they need each other. Each have a reason for running away from their lives. They need each other to heal. KendallContinue reading “Book Review: Promise Me by Robin Bielman and Samanthe Beck”
Book 4 of Connor Family Series I have to admit that I was a bit frustrated that I started this series with book 4 instead of at the beginning with book 1–Landon’s book. It did take me a few chapters to orient myself with the characters such as who are siblings versus significant others. AfterContinue reading “Book Review: Only You by Layla Hagen”
Campbell is a former teen heartthrob and rock star. Now, he’s a single father who moonlights with a small band and teaches private music lessons.
One night at The Grouchy Owl, he spots a brilliant, gorgeous woman that he just can’t resist. So, he doesn’t. It turns into a one night stand that Campbell never wants to end. He would love nothing more than to explore an actual relationship with Mackenzie. Too bad his next music lesson is her son! Oops 😦
I cried, laughed, was angered, and disgusted–disgusted by the actions of the characters. Ok, two characters in particular. I do think that I would have had a better understanding of the characters had I read the previous four books–which are now in my Amazon list.
Some of the content was a bit difficult to read–the details from Clara’s abusive marriage and the things her husband did to her. But these horrific events shaped Clara into the strong and independent woman that she is. I did have to walk away from the book a few times when some of those scenes were particularly graphic or when children are involved. It was gratifying to see how much Clara changed and became a stronger woman. In the end, she stood up for herself and the children. Something that not every abuse victim is able to do.
Clara is a woman trapped. For years she was trapped in an abusive marriage to Colin with her two little boys. She did everything to protect her angelic boys from their father. She made sure that she took all of Colin’s anger. Finally, she was able to leave and live into a battered women’s shelter. The shelter saved her life. Saved her boys.
Ella Shawe met the man of her dreams–who also has two children. This isn’t a story of how she wants/needs the children’s approval. It is how she adapts to life after living with Dan and his children for the past seven months. Ella is trying to be the best step-girlfriend she can be but creatingContinue reading “Girlfriend, Interrupted Patricia Caliskan”