Book 3 A Sometimes in Love Series I adored the previous two books in the series. I couldn’t wait to devour this one too. I liked the second chance love aspect of the novel while the characters were also trying to resolve their own demons from their previous relationship failure. I received this bookContinue reading “Review: Once Upon a Bad Boy by Melonie Johnson”
This book is book 1 in a three part book. It does end in a cliffhanger. Marlo is a foster kid who was made fun or and teased for…well just about everything including being skinny. He literally fit into the lockers the jocks shoved him into. Four years of taunting is over. His only wishContinue reading “Review: Summer Heat by Rachel Van Dyken”
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”
Review Carter has been in front of the lights since he was eight, making his premier on the Mickey Mouse Club. The only vice he has is women. He gave up everything else up. He has the opportunity of a lifetime–the role of his life with a studio he’s been wanting to work for hisContinue reading “Book Review: Hollywood Prince by Natasha Madison”
A Mile High Matched Series Book .5 A brief introduction of Brek from Book 1 of the series and gives a glimpse into Brek’s life before he helped his sister. This is only the second book I’ve read by Hovland and I must say I am hooked. She is a definite must read author forContinue reading “Book Review: Hard Rock Cowboy (A Novella) by Christina Hovland”
Book Excerpt: Tuesday they were shooting on location in Jackson Square all day. The call time was two hours before dawn, so they could wring every second of sunlight out of the day, and Grace could not stop yawning on the transport van to the location. “Wakey, wakey,” Scott said, leaning over the backContinue reading “Preorder blitz and Excerpt: Fallen Star by Susannah Nix”
This is the fourth or fifth book of Hart’s that I’ve read. I absolutely love her writing. This book give a new twist to the author/book blogger relationship. I did have a few reservations while reading beginning with Amelia’s shyness disorder and lack of socialization issues. She has a circle of friends yet noneContinue reading “Book Review: Work in Progress by Staci Hart”
Brandon Kuvat is a playboy pilot who runs a multi-million dollar company with his father and uncle. He has kept his heart closed off for the last ten years–when he was supposed to become a dad. That whole relationship crashed and burned. He was so burned, he doesn’t let any woman close to him. TheContinue reading “Book Review: Keeping her Close by Casey Diam”
I need to begin that I love, love, love Alice’s character. She went through a horrible event that no woman should have to endure but sadly is completely accepted in academia and many other professions. Why does our society attack the woman that is involved with sexual harassment and sexual assault? She did nothing wrong!?! But yet, she is the one who is put under a looking glass from how she dresses to her sexual partners to her dating life! Yet, the man that committed the crime is not!?! Ok, I’m off my soapbox. I just had to get that off my chest. Yes, it all does pertain to the book since this is what Alice had to endure and Griffin helped her work through those emotions.
The hot doctor beside Alice—better known to television audiences as the adorably charming Dr. Ethan Convey—bent over to check the patient’s chest drainage unit. “Chest tube output is twelve-hundred cc’s. Prep for thoracotomy.”
His hip bumped against Alice’s, and she shuffled aside to give him more room. They were working in tight quarters, and part of her job was to stay out of everyone else’s way. But as she reached for a scalpel on the tray of instruments beside her, she misjudged how close it was and knocked the whole thing over, sending hemostats, forceps, and scalpels flying with a deafening clatter.