Review I have read numerous books by Winter Renshaw–I’ve yet to be disappointed. Renshaw tackled death, organ donation, and starting over in a unique and intriguing way yet staying true to who the the characters are. Astaire appears to be the stereotypical Kindergarten teacher. A woman who looks at the silver lining and has aContinue reading “Review: The Cruelest Stranger by Winter Renshaw”
Book 1 of the series does not disappoint. Ryan strings the reader along an emotional ride with Mia and Arrow. An accident that changed many lives including Mia and Arrow. They cope in vastly different ways, but both are broken and have no idea how to become whole again. Mia shuts herself off from everyoneContinue reading “Review: Spinning Out by Lexi Ryan”
What he least expects is to fall for her. She went from the silly girl next door to the beautiful woman he can’t get out of his head. For the first time, he wants more than just a notch on his bedpost. Will his past be too much for her to handle, or will she let him catch her as she falls?
Book 1 of Military Men of Lexington Spin off from her Country Road series Taylor Cain was a golden boy in high school, yet instead of taking the full ride to college he enlists with his best friends–one (Henry Gilbert) he remains friends with throughout their military career. Henry lives through multiple deployments only forContinue reading “Book Review: Promise Her by Andrea Johnston”
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”
This book isn’t listed as part of a series, but I feel that it is. The characters from this book are minor characters from Make You Mine with Ruby’s best friend, Drew and her man Grayson. Reading Drew and Gray’s story does give some insight into Ruby a bit. Although, it can be read as aContinue reading “Book Review: Make Me Yours by Tia Louise”
I kind of had a feeling that this was part of a series or at least a spin-off of Eve and Preston’s story. The beginning chapter made allusions to their story without actually divulging details about their rough patch. I do appreciate the author’s restraint in not telling too much about the hardships that Eve and Preston had to endure to get their happy ending. But I would have liked to know that there was a book that had Eve and Preston’s story before reading Jace and Sydney’s in ab-so-lu-tion. I would have still read this novel because I love Jace’s dark, broody and slightly depressed side. Sydney’s happy go-lucky personality. The character have the perfect balance of flaws. Sydney knows that she never dates men who are available to her.
Sydney has a type–unavailable men. The last loser was literally unavailable–he’s married. Of course, she didn’t know that until later which is why she broke up with him. Then there was Richard, her boss–the man who meant more to her than he should have. He is also the man who took a chance and hired her. Oh and the married ex, William is still calling her trying to win her back. She only wants to focus on her best friend, Eve making Eve’s wedding the best wedding possible. But there is a dark cloud hanging over the wedding–his name is Jace Montgomery, Eve’s future brother-in-law and best man.
Jace Montgomery is a widower with two children. His wife was tragically taken from him a little over a year ago. He still hasn’t properly grieved her death.
Rhys Rivera has been through a lot. His father was killed. His sister was attacked. Oh, and his “uncle” wants to kill him. Just another day in the life of the son of a crime boss. Rhys gets tired of it and runs away. By the time his “uncle” finds him, Rhys is a sought after baseball star. There’s no way his “uncle” will continue to attempt to kill him.
Before Rhys knows it, eight years have past. He is the star short stop for the Longview Lumberjacks, one of the highest paid players on the team. He doesn’t live in an elaborate or elite part of town. Instead, he donates large portions –all but a few million dollars of his salary to charities. He lives in a middle class neighborhood in a duplex. Everything appears to be fine until his gets into a motorcycle accident that lands him in ICU for months–four months to be exact. Each day during those four months, his neighbor sat and spoke to him while he was in a medically induced coma.
A Thousand Letters is one of my re-read novels. I realized a week or so ago that I haven’t left reviews for the novels that I actually bought! I felt that is a HUGE disservice to the authors. In between my ARC reviews I’m going back to re-read the novels that I’ve bought. I’mContinue reading “A Thousand Letters Staci Hart”
Book 3 of Wiskey and Wedding Series Even though this is book three of the series, it didn’t really feel like it. To be honest, I didn’t realize that it was part of a series until I went to the author’s website.To say that Alexis Parker had a bad year is an understatement–she lost herContinue reading “Maybe For You Nicole McLaughlin”