Journalism

Review: The Marrying Kind by Ken O’Neill

Review: The Marrying Kind by Ken O’Neillby Carla F.

Reviewed by Carla F. Summary: Wedding Planner Adam More has had enough! He is sick and tired of planning weddings for other people when he cannot get married to his partner Steven Worth. He spray paints “No Weddings” in red on his office door. He also convinces Steven to write a series of columns in […]

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Review: C.J. Hawke on Assignment: Mexican Flames by C.J. Hawke

Review: C.J. Hawke on Assignment: Mexican Flames by C.J. Hawkeby Cara Lynn

Reviewed by Cara Lynn This book was long on sex, maybe short on story.  I finished it a while back and can’t say I particularly liked it.  I felt more neutral, so I put off writing a review. I read the PDF provided by LRP on my iPad. What I liked: I liked the colored […]

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Review: Off the Record (Love on the Line, Book One) by Camryn Rhys

Review: Off the Record (Love on the Line, Book One) by Camryn Rhysby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Katrina Parker is a chef at a new restaurant. Because of a mix-up, she’s seen buying some food at the local supermarket. There she gets a nice surprise by meeting Emily Reed. Emily’s son Ben seems fascinated by Kit’s coat. Kit is fascinated by Emily but she’s not sure if Emily […]

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Review: Risking Trust (Private Protectors, Book 3) by Adrienne Giordano

Review: Risking Trust (Private Protectors, Book 3) by Adrienne Giordanoby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes As part of the Private Protectors series released by Carina Press, Roxanne Thorgesson has never felt life like she has now—where she is so out of control she might risk everything to make it all seem worthwhile. Having to take over the business after her father has had a near fatal […]

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Review: A Tale of Two Lovers by Maya Rodale

Review: A Tale of Two Lovers by Maya Rodaleby Keira G

A Tale of Two Lovers is the second Writing Girls novel by Maya Rodale. Don’t you just love the cover? The Situation: A pair of lovers is caught in a compromising situation. Soon all of London knows. There’s just one problem – it wasn’t quite what it looked like! The Heroine: Lady Julianna Somerset is […]

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Review: Snowball in Hell by Josh Lanyon

Review: Snowball in Hell by Josh Lanyonby Sharon S.

by Sharon S., guest reviewer Snowball in Hell was previously published in I’ll Be Dead For Christmas, Partners in Crime #2. Consistent. That’s the word I would choose to describe Josh Lanyon’s stories, as in consistently great <G>. He knows how to tell a story and tell it well. His characters are emotionally satisfying. This […]

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Review: Cowboy Trouble by Joanne Kennedy

Review: Cowboy Trouble by Joanne Kennedyby Keira G

Joanne Kennedy’s debut novel will put the honky tonk back into your life. Pull up a stool in the Roundup and have Crystal Hayes pour you a beer as I’ve got the latest gossip. Libby Brown is a city girl with a dream of owning her own chicken farm. When her boyfriend ran off with […]

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Audio Review: Bridget Jones’s Diary: Edge of Reason by Helen Fielding

Audio Review: Bridget Jones’s Diary: Edge of Reason by Helen Fieldingby Keira G

There was a different reader for this book. It’s something that bugs me when it comes to series and sequels. Same reader please! Tracie Bennett was okay part of the time. Sometimes I found her Bridget’s voice too harsh. I absolutely hated the mother’s voice; she sounded like she hated her daughter every time she […]

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