(The Juniper Wars #1)
by Aaron Michael Ritchey’s
by Aaron Michael Ritchey’s
The Total Package
by Stephanie Evanovich
Ok…. honestly? The Evanovich part of Stephanie’s name caught my attention first. (I like Janet Evanovich lol) But Stephanie Evanovich has her own voice and her writing sucked me into her storytelling. I was planning on reading a bit then going to bed-but I looked up on the final page and realized it was 1am!
by Sidney Bristol
His To Take
by Katie Roberts
I adore Katee Roberts science fiction but somehow… *blush* I’d never read her contemporary romances before. So when I saw His To Take was available for review I jumped at the chance! I wasn’t disappointed. This story is the perfect length for a much needed break during this holiday season. I curled up on the couch after work and read it straight through.
Bound By Their Love
by Nicole Flockton
I’ve been a fan of Nicole Flockton’s since I read her first release, Masquerade, a couple years ago. It’s been fun to watch her backlist grow and I especially enjoy her series novels. Bound By Their Love is the conclusion to her Bound trilogy. Yes! It can be read alone, but I got a kick out of catching up a bit with Luc and Jasmine and Nick and Pam from Bound By Her Ring and Bound By His Desire. The focus of Bound By Their Love is on Jeff and Greta’s rocky road to romance.
All Of Me
by Jennifer Bernard
I’m not a huge sports fan… but I’m a fan of Jennifer Bernard. I love her Bachelor Fireman series and was excited to see what she would do with a baseball team. The romance of Caleb and Sadie didn’t disappoint. I was caught up in their journey and rooting for love to win out over all the obstacles that tried to shut them out of the game.
by Dorothy F. Shaw
My life has been uncertainty and drama recently and I haven’t made time to read many books…. but when I saw that Dorothy F. Shaw had a new release with Unworthy Heart I wanted to try it. I’m so thankful I did. For a few days I was able to curl up and focus on a Maiya and Ryan’s troubles and put mine on the back burner.
by Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott
There’s just something about rock and roll isn’t there? It intrigues and fascinates us. Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott’s Lost In Oblivion series gives breath and color to the lives of the members of Oblivion. They’ve done and amazing job fleshing out the characters and making them well… real. Twisted is the story of Jazz and Gray… I’ve been yearning for this book since I read Seduced the prequel to this series. I’m so happy to say I wasn’t disappointed!
by Taryn Elliott
The Extraordinary Life of Lara Craft
by Lola Salt
I rarely read chick lit but… The cover and title for Lola Salt’s novel grabbed my attention. I mean, The Extraordinary Life of Lara Craft (not Croft)? Ha! I had to read it because of the name alone. 😉
And I wasn’t disappointed.