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Book Review: Anatomy of a Player (Taking Shots) by Cindi Madsen

Book Review: Anatomy of a Player (Taking Shots) by Cindi Madsen

Anatomy of a Player is the second book in Cindi Madsen’s Taking Shots hockey romance series. This time around Lyla Wilder’s roommate Whitney is getting in on the action when she winds up in Hudson Decker’s sights. Posing as a sports writer, Whitney tried to get the inside knowledge about the special perks players receive from Boston University. […]

Book Review: Hallowed Ground (Flight & Glory) by Rebecca Yarros

Book Review: Hallowed Ground (Flight & Glory) by Rebecca Yarros

Author Rebecca Yarros brings Josh Walker and December Howard back for the fourth entry in her Flight & Glory series. I read the first novel to learn about their backstory, but didn’t read the second and third books. Where we left off with these two lovebirds in Full Measures, was with the pair deciding to give their love a […]

Book Review: Full Measures (Flight & Glory) by Rebecca Yarros

Book Review: Full Measures (Flight & Glory) by Rebecca Yarros

“Just let me love you, December, because I can’t stop anyways. I’ve been at your mercy since I was eighteen.” Ember Howard has a difficult time when she learners her father was KIA in Afghanistan. Trying to help hold her family together, she learns to find herself again, and gets the chance at romance with […]

Blog Tour: The Cave (The Wind Cave) by Michela Montgomery (Giveaway)

Blog Tour: The Cave (The Wind Cave) by Michela Montgomery (Giveaway)

Review Author Michela Montgomery’s apocalyptic page-turner, The Cave, is the first book in her Wind Cave series. Six students from Stanford University in California (Kate, Ano, Carlie, Jazz, Percy, and Matt) travel to South Dakota on a vacation/research expedition. For Kate, it’s the perfect getaway to tell her lab partner, Percy, how she really feels about him. Kate convinces her […]

Book Review: Wilde at Heart (Wilde Security) by Tonya Burrows

Book Review: Wilde at Heart (Wilde Security) by Tonya Burrows

“He has everything under control. Except her.” In the 3rd book of Tonya Burrow’s Wilde Security series, Reece Wilde loses the fight against his attraction to Shelby Bremer. Now that he knows Shelby is Eva’s sister, Reece’s new sister-in-law, Reece knows he should keep his distance. But he can’t. The attraction between these two is just too […]

Book Review: Honor Reclaimed & Broken Honor (HORNET) by Tonya Burrows

Book Review: Honor Reclaimed & Broken Honor (HORNET) by Tonya Burrows

“Nothing could break her, and with that knowledge came a strange sense of peace. There was no way he could damage this woman or corrupt her with his darkness. And maybe…Was it possible the unbreakable had the ability to fix the broken? Christ with the way a simple touch from her lit him up, he […]

Book Review: Wilde Nights in Paradise & Wilde For Her (Wilde Security Series) by Tonya Burrows

Book Review: Wilde Nights in Paradise & Wilde For Her (Wilde Security Series) by Tonya Burrows

“I knew you only saw part of me, the part I projected, but I was okay with that. I’m used to being that man and could have kept on being him for you. I’ve been playing the part most of my life” After reading Running Wilde, the fourth book in Tonya Burrows’ Wilde Security series, I decided to go […]

Book Review: Running Wilde (A Wilde Security Novel) by Tonya Burrows

Book Review: Running Wilde (A Wilde Security Novel) by Tonya Burrows

Running Wilde is the first Wilde Security novel I’ve read, and it immediately hooked me. Author Tonya Burrows writes a fast-paced, gritty, action, suspense yarn about Vaughn Wilde and “the one that got away,” Lark. Even though I haven’t (yet) read the first three books in the series, Burrows’ writing never left me feeling confused or lost in […]

Book Review: Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson

Book Review: Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson

“Fifteen men on the Dead Man’s Chest Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum! Drink and the devil had done for the rest Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum!” I’ve been wanting to read Robert Louis Stevenson’s Classic, Treasure Island, for years, but kept putting it off. Partly because I was afraid it wouldn’t live up to the […]