Playing Catch up – 30 second reviews!

Today I felt something I haven’t felt in a long time. Ready for it? I felt the urge to write. This post, this one titled Playing Catch Up, has been sitting in my drafts for a long time now. I started it, and then I just lost interest again. Times were rough, and my energy […]

Review | Red, White, & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

Red, White, & Royal Blue by Casey McQuistonNA Contemporary RomanceSt. Martin’s Griffin | May 14, 2019 About the Book:  A big-hearted romantic comedy in which First Son Alex falls in love with Prince Henry of Wales after an incident of international proportions forces them to pretend to be best friends… First Son Alex Claremont-Diaz is […]

New Release Review | The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez

The Friend Zone by Abby JimenezContemporary RomanceForever Romance | June 11, 2019 About the Book:  Kristen Petersen doesn’t do drama, will fight to the death for her friends, and has no room in her life for guys who just don’t get her. She’s also keeping a big secret: facing a medically necessary procedure that will […]

New Release Review | The Doctor’s Date by Heidi Cullinan

The Doctor’s Date by Heidi CullinanCopper Point Medical #2Contemporary RomanceDreamspinner Press | June 18, 2019 About the Book:  The hospital’s least eligible bachelor and its aloof administrator hate each other… so why are they pretending to date? Dr. Owen Gagnon and HR director Erin Andreas are infamous for their hospital hallway shouting matches. So imagine […]

2019 Best of the Best, Part 1 | January-June

Can you believe, I almost didn’t write this post. I really haven’t read many books this year. I think, so far, I’ve only completed 27 books. For SHAME! I couldn’t also give up on my best of posts! I managed to pick 10 books I really enjoyed, and pulled this together. Please reward my good […]

Review | The Shadow of What Was Lost by James Islington

The Shadow of What Was Lost by James IslingtonThe Licanius Trilogy #1Epic FantasyOrbit | May 9, 2017 About the Book:  It has been twenty years since the end of the war. The dictatorial Augurs – once thought of almost as gods – were overthrown and wiped out during the conflict, their much-feared powers mysteriously failing […]