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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: The Newcomer (Thunder Point, Book 2) by Robyn Carr

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story picks up right where The Wanderer left off. We see that Hank Cooper is watching his girlfriend, Sarah Dupre, paddleboard. What a…

Review: Changing Lanes by Kathleen Long

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Abigail “Abby” Halladay and her fiancé purchased a condo in Paris, New Jersey. She’s at her parent’s house when she meets an old friend,…

Review: The Wanderer (Thunder Point, Book 1) by Robyn Carr

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Hank Cooper is driving along the coast from California into Oregon. There’s just something so peaceful when you’re driving along a coastal road. Cooper…

Review: Vivian’s Return by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Vivien Galloway has returned to Geraldton. She’s a pilot and also a safety assessor. Paul Levissianos is also a pilot. However, he doesn’t appear…

Review: Fortune’s Hero (Soldiers of Fortune, Book 1) by Jenna Bennett

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Quinn Conlan is attached to a very creepy machine. You can see right away that he is a soldier. Automatically, I thought of Han…

Review: My Kind of Christmas (Virgin River, Book 20) by Robyn Carr

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Angela LaCroix is celebrating Thanksgiving dinner with her family. And they’re arguing over what’s good for her. The following day finds her in Virgin…

Audio Review: Animal Magnetism (Animal Magnetism Series, Book 1) by Jill Shalvis

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Read by Karen White Brady Miller is at a 7-Eleven getting breakfast and a coffee. The clerk sounds like a typical young lady who…

Review: The Legend of Lady MacLaoch by Becky Banks

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story was written in the first person. The action starts right from chapter one. Rowan is a fighter pilot whose luck has run…

Review: Redwood Bend by Robyn Carr

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Redwood Bend is book 18 of the “Virgin River” series. Katie Malone is seen leaving her Vermont home with a set of 5-year-old twins,…

Review: The Night is Mine by M. L. Buchman

Reviewed by Susan S. Impressive! M. L. Buchman delivers an action-packed novel that’ll leave adrenaline junkies smoking a well-satisfied cigar. The Night Is Mine contains military covert operations,…

Review: Only Mine (Fool’s Gold, Book 4) by Susan Mallery

Only Mine is Dakota’s story, the first story of the Hendrix triplets in the Fool’s Gold series. Heroine: Dakota Hendrix can’t have kids and she wants one so…

Review: Virgin by Cheryl Brooks

If you’ve heard of the Cat Star Chronicles before then you know that Zetithians, a feline big cat like alien species, are known for their males’ remarkable sexual…

Review: Up Close and Dangerous by Linda Howard

By: Marcia, guest reviewer Bailey Wingate is living what many would believe to be a charmed life in Seattle, but she has problems. Not that she is complaining….

Review: Time and Again by Nora Roberts

Time and Again is a novel that is really two stories in one. The first is Time Was with Caleb Hornblower and Liberty Stone. The second is Times…

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