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Review: The Hero (Thunder Point, Book 3) by Robyn Carr

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Devon McAllister is carrying her three-year-old daughter and then is lucky enough to catch a ride to Thunder Point. I hope if you’re reading…

Review: Extreme Measures by Rachel Carrington

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Stuart O’Malley and Arlin Murphy are found in a cell located at Attica Prison and are planning their escape. Matt Giles’ duty is to…

Review: Yes by R. J. Lawrence

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Hannah is waiting for Ronnie to come in. Ronnie appears to be a very self-centered man. He also seems to be totally clueless where…

Review: The Exceptions by David Cristofano

Reviewed by Karin The Exceptions by David Cristofano is the follow-up to The Girl She Used to Be, which was an Edgar Award-Nominated book. Either book stands alone….

Review: The Girl She Used to Be by David Cristofano

Reviewed by Karin A different romance Not exactly a romance; almost a character study of the two main characters; yet a romance. This is a thinking man’s (or…

Review: Way Out of Line by Trish Jackson

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes It’s what happens when two people are in love – age means nothing, but when one partner is underage, it tips the balance of…

Review: Murder, Mayhem & Mama by Christie Craig

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Calie McKay is in Hopeful, Texas. She’s a teacher and her mother recently passed away. Her boyfriend, Stan, isn’t very sympathetic. Detective Brit Lowell…

Review: Sex, Lies, and Valentines by Tawny Weber

Reviewed by Cara Lynn This is a Harlequin Blaze, a romantic suspense, higher on the romance than suspense. Gabriel Black is a consummate con artist, the son of…

Review: Fever (Phoenix Rising, Book 1) by Joan Swan

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Doctor Alyssa Foster is seen coming to the end of her fellowship at the St. Jude’s Hospital. She’s hoping that she’ll get the radiologist’s…

Review: Blank by Sommer Marsden

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Think you can take the heat of the next sizzling novel by this best-selling author? Think again… Kyle is one of those guys who…

Review: Lethal by Sandra Brown

Reviewed by Karin of Savvythinker Sandra Brown has a prolific imagination, and the good thing is that every book seems fresh, no re-runs. How she does it is…

Review: The Landlord’s Black-Eyed Daughter by Mary Ellen Dennis

Reviewed by Hannah For all those girls who love bad boys, this is the book for you. A cavalier thief (aka “highwayman”) not only works to steal your…

Review: Just One Taste by Louisa Edwards

Wes Murphy was the son of a conman and was raised to be one too. A con gone wrong when he was younger landed him in a halfway…

Review: Too Good to be True by Kristan Higgins

If you’re in the mood for a cute, light, sweet, and fun read, Too Good to be True is for you. It’s a very chaste contemporary. There’s no…

Review: Raven on the Wing by Kay Hooper

by Karin of Savvythinker.com, guest reviewer Raven on the Wing by Kay Hooper is the first book I’ve read by this author, but it won’t be my last….

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