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June 2018

Book Review: Bring Me Back by B. A. Paris

Bring Me Back held none of the intensity of Paris’ debut novel and unfortunately was a disappointment. Continue reading “Book Review: Bring Me Back by B. A. Paris”

Book Review: Damaged Goods by Talia Hibbert

Talia Hibbert is a new to me author this year that I had seen quite a few people talking about and they were not wrong. This is my 4th book of hers that I’ve devoured and she is quickly becoming an autobuy – I have 2 or 3 others of her books bought and ready to read because her writing is just that good. Her heroines are interesting and strong, vulnerable as well as able to stand on their own, while her heroes are both genuine are empathetic and not at all overbearing. But if they have a moment of that her heroines would not hesitate to put them in their place. YES, PLEASE! Continue reading “Book Review: Damaged Goods by Talia Hibbert”

Book Review: House of Belonging by Andrea Thome

House of Belonging, the third and final book in Thome’s Walland series, left me with a feeling that there was unfinished business. Continue reading “Book Review: House of Belonging by Andrea Thome”

Book Review: Cherish Me by Farrah Rochon

This is book 7 in The Holmes Brothers series by Farrah Rochon. I haven’t read all of them – because this author is new to me this year – but I’ve read a few others by her so I was looking forward to it when I got this book. The main reason was because this book is about an established, married, couple! I really loved being able to root for this established couple and watch them fight for their HEA. Continue reading “Book Review: Cherish Me by Farrah Rochon”

Book Review: Your Heart Will Grow by Chace Verity

This author’s voice is so original and I can’t quite find the words to say what I love so much about it. Her books are both cute and touching but this book also dealt with some more heavy aspects in a very deft and even-handed manner that I truly loved. Continue reading “Book Review: Your Heart Will Grow by Chace Verity”

Book Review: All the Little Lights by Jamie McGuire

Both Elliott Youngblood and Catherine Calhoun feel like outcasts and find an easy friendship with each other because of that. But when Catherine needs him most, Elliott is forced to leave town. When he finally returns, he and Catherine are different people. Catherine hasn’t forgiven Elliott for abandoning her, but he’s determined to win back her friendship and her heart. Continue reading “Book Review: All the Little Lights by Jamie McGuire”

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