Tag: Police

Review: It Had to Be You (Lucky Harbor, Book 7) by Jill Shalvis

Heroine: Have you ever been broken up with by a text message? Well, Ali Winters sure has. When trying to give him a piece of her mind, she…

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: Demonically Tempted (Frostbite, Book 2) by Stacey Kennedy

Reviewed by Susan S. A riveting story that’s freaky-creepy good! I haven’t rooted this much for star-crossed lovers since reading Romeo and Juliet’s sonnets. Let’s hope that Kipp…

Review: Accused (Pacific Coast Justice Series, Book 1) by Janice Cantore

Reviewed by Susan S. Accused is a powerhouse of suspense! Summary: Pacific Coast Justice Series-Book One As a law enforcement officer, C. Edwards, has always upheld the law…

Review: Heartwishes by Jude Deveraux

Reviewed by Susan S. Edilean Series: Book Six Heartwishes combines a charming setting with an intriguing plot, and then sprinkles it with a magical feel; presenting you with…

Review: Her Biggest Fan by Sharon Donovan

by Susan S., guest reviewer Summary: Heroine, Tess Kincaid, is a NY Times bestselling author; who’s inherited her late father’s New England estate. Tess is looking forward to…

Review: White Heat by Brenda Novak

by Susan S., guest reviewer Case Number ISBN-13# 978- 0-7783-2795-0 Organization Name: Department 6 Specializations: Undercover assignments Female Agent: Rachel Jessop, heroine. New Identity: Mrs. Rachel Mott Male…

My Writing Hats

by Julia Spencer-Fleming, guest blogger and author of One Was a Soldier I wear two hats while writing. I have more hats, of course – there’s my publishing…

Review: Deadly Love by Brenda Joyce

Deadly Love, a Francesca Cahill Novel, is the first book in the Deadly Series. I’m not one to read a series out of order, which is why when…

Review: Testarossa by Julie Dolcemaschio

by Susan S., guest reviewer, advising dispatch I’m 10-98 (completed assignment). A well-written, compelling story, of the daily struggles of a Los Angeles homicide detective. Dolcemaschio rips-off those…

Review: Guarding Suzannah by Norah Wilson

by Karin of Savvy Thinker, guest reviewer I assume since you are reading this, that you, like me, are a reader. I regret not having more time to…

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