Category: Book Review

Fallen by Juli Valenti

Fallen by Juli Valenti

Fallen is one of those books that made me go “Hmmm”. The first two books in the series had badass female leads. In fact, Poet, from book one, was voted in as president of a 1% motorcycle club after her father died. The second was about an equally strong woman… Read more »

Divider

Right Amount of Wrong by Bijou Hunter

Right Amount of Wrong by Bijou Hunter

Bijou Hunter writes the kind of characters who get married in jeans and t-shirts and have their wedding receptions at Zaxby’s (which is cool because let’s face it, Zaxby’s has better chicken than most wedding receptions no matter how fancy the venue). They are far from refined but have real… Read more »

Divider

Divider

Hard Proof by Debra Kayn

Hard Proof by Debra Kayn

Expectations play a major role in the enjoyment a reader experiences with each story they read. I anticipated Hard Proof would be based around a Motorcycle Club, with all the usual testosterone leaping off the pages. What I encountered was a suspenseful story about two women who sought the support… Read more »

Divider

Divider

The Doctor’s Redemption by Victoria James

The Doctor’s Redemption by Victoria James

I was eagerly awaiting Gwen’s story, and I must say I was quite pleased with The Doctor’s Redemption. I loved a lot of things about this, how Gwen’s self-confidence was slowly rebuilt, the way Luke’s self-imposed penance turned into something magical and how finally every member of the Bailey family… Read more »

Divider

Divider

Shadows & Silence by London Miller

Shadows & Silence by London Miller

I have been waiting patiently for Winter’s story from the time she appeared in The Den of Mercenaries series. Impatiently, I kept refreshing my Kindle library until Shadows & Silence appeared and once it did, I devoured it! Before I forget, this is a series and needs to be read… Read more »

Divider

Notice by K. Webster

Notice by K. Webster

Initially, I was too busy trying to find clues to allow myself to go with the flow of the story. At one point I did a word count for Notice and noted the word was used in various ways and times. At around 10% I settled in and waited for… Read more »

Divider

Lying In Ruins by Jami Gray

Lying In Ruins by Jami Gray

Lying In Ruins felt more like an action film than a romance. Picture any Sylvester Stallone movie involving him killing as many bad guys as possible with a badass girl thrown so it could loosely be considered a date night movie. A violent raid kick-starts the story and where a… Read more »

Divider