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Book Review: Happily Ever After Isn't Easy by Jake C. Wallace


Reviewed by Louisa


ITLE: Happily Ever After Isn’t Easy

AUTHOR: Jake C. Wallace

PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press

LENGTH: 200 Pages

RELEASE DATE: May 8,2017


How do you start a new life when your old one won’t let go?

Freed from a marriage he entered because he feared coming out to his judgmental family, Gabe...Read More »

Release Day Review: You Never Know by Mary Calmes

You Never Know

Reviewed by Cinnamon



TITLE: You Never Know

AUTHOR: Mary Calmes

PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press

LENGTH: 200 pages

RELEASE DATE:  July 21, 2017


Hagen Wylie has it all figured out. He’s going to live in his hometown, be everybody’s friend, explore new relationships, and rebuild his life after the horrors of war. No muss, no fuss...Read More »

New Release Review: Dark Needs (Dark Duet #1) by Maris Black

Dark Needs (Dark Duet #1)


TITLE: Dark Needs

SERIES: Dark Duet #1

AUTHOR: Maris Black

PUBLISHER: Maris Black

LENGTH: 140 Pages

RELEASE DATE: July 14, 2017


When Gavin and Bain Murphy go off to film school, they soon learn that their feelings run deeper than just brotherly affection.


This...Read More »

Book Review: His Premier (Sizzling Miami #6) by Jessie G.

His Premier (Sizzling Miami #6)

Reviewed by Amber

TITLE: His Premier

SERIES: Sizzling Miami #6

AUTHOR: Jessie G.

PUBLISHER: Self Published

Reviewed by PizzyGirl

TITLE: Stuck in Oz

SERIES: Tales from Kansas #2

AUTHOR: Andrew Grey

NARRATOR: Rusty Topsfield

PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press

LENGTH: 4 hours, 7 minutes

RELEASE DATE: June 13, 2017


Tales from Kansas

When Jeremy and Petey’s mother died, their house was taken to pay the debts she left behind, leaving them homeless. Afraid Petey will...Read More »

Flashback Friday Book Review: Recipe for Love (Cattle Valley #15) by Carol Lynne


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Recipe for Love

SERIES: Cattle Valley #15

AUTHOR: Carol Lynne

PUBLISHER: Pride Publishing

LENGTH: 134 pages

RELEASE DATE: February 15, 2010


Book fifteen in the Cattle Valley Series

After years of living in fear, Jay De Luca has finally found a safe haven in Cattle Valley. Although he’s beginning to open up...Read More »

Book Review: Working Out the Kinks by Misha Horne

Working Out the Kinks by [Horne, Misha]


TITLE: Working Out the Kinks

AUTHOR: Misha Horne

PUBLISHER: Self Published

LENGTH: 352 Pages

RELEASE DATE: May 29, 2017

BLURB:  Mistakes aren’t supposed to feel this good…

I learned early on that pretty much everything in life is a scam, and love’s at the top of the list. Easy to fake,...Read More »

Recent Release Review: Uncomplicated Choices (Camassia Cove #5) by Cara Dee

Uncomplicated Choices (Camassia Cove, #5)

Reviewed by Amber

TITLE: Uncomplicated Choices

SERIES: Camassia Cove #5

AUTHOR: Cara Dee

PUBLISHER: Self Published

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Book Review: Of Dreams and Ceremonies (Butterfly Hunter #2) by Julie Bozza

Of Dreams and Ceremonies (Butterfly Hunter #2)

Reviewed by Tori (Vicki)


TITLE: Of Dreams and Ceremonies 

SERIES: Butterfly Hunter #2

AUTHOR: Julie Bozza

PUBLISHER: Manifold Press

LENGTH: 148 pages

RELEASE DATE: November 1st, 2013


It seemed like a great idea at the time… Aussie Dave Taylor has followed Nicholas Goring to England, and the lovers have become engaged. But now Dave has to cope with living in a...Read More »

Book Review: Regret (Under My Skin #1) by Christina Lee

Regret (Under My Skin, #1)


TITLE: Regret

SERIES: Under My Skin #1

AUTHOR: Christina Lee

PUBLISHER: Self Published

LENGTH: 235 Pages

RELEASE DATE: June 25, 2017

BLURB:  When Brian “Brin” Schubert’s condo floods, he takes his co-worker up on the offer to stay on his crappy futon for a while. The last thing he expects...Read More »

Flashback Friday Book Review: Mystery at Skeffield Manor (Steampunk Mystery #3) by Hollis Shiloh


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Mystery at Skeffield Manor

SERIES: Steampunk Mystery #3

AUTHOR: Hollis Shiloh

PUBLISHER: Spare Words Press

LENGTH: 223 pages

RELEASE DATE: December 20, 2014


Old friends, new friends, magic and mystery…

Join Wes and Kit, Robert and Louie, and their friends and family at Skeffield Manor. Except that there is mischief afoot here…in...Read More »

Release Day Review: Making a Splash by Sean Michael

Making a Splash by [Michael, Sean]

Reviewed by Cinnamon



TITLE: Making a Splash

AUTHOR: Sean Michael

PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press

LENGTH: 169 pages

RELEASE DATE:  July 5, 2017 (second edition)


After a scandal of Olympic proportions, Vince Dawson lost his job as a diving coach and is on a downhill slide. So when he sees Austin Brody at a local pool, diving...Read More »

New Release Review: Romancing the Ugly Duckling by Clare London


Reviewed by Minxhalo



TITLE: Romancing The Ugly Duckling

SERIES: Romancing the… (Dreamspun Desires book #36)

AUTHOR: Clare London

PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press

LENGTH: 260 pages

RELEASE DATE:  June 15, 2017


Is this the makeover of a lifetime?

Ambitious fashionista Perry Goodwood lands the project of his dreams—track down a celebrity family’s missing brother in the Scottish Highlands...Read More »

Book Review: Two Bears and a Baby by Eden Winters & P.D. Singer


Reviewed by Kimberley

TITLE: Two Bears and a Baby

SERIES: A Bear Walks into a Bar

AUTHOR: Edwin Winters, P.D. Singer

PUBLISHER: Rocky Ridge Books

LENGTH: 192 pages

RELEASE DATE: June 7, 2017


A bear walked into a bar—and found a family.

The Urso of Ballantine Mountain intended to run a ragtag bunch of shifters out...Read More »

Release Day Review: A Destiny of Dragons (Tales From Verania #2) by T.J. Klune


Reviewed by Chris


TITLE:  A Destiny of Dragons

SERIES:  Tales From Verania #2

AUTHOR:  T.J. Klune

PUBLISHER:  Dreamspinner Press

LENGTH:  400 pages

RELEASE DATE:  June 30, 2017


Once upon a time, the wizard’s apprentice Sam of Wilds got his happily ever after...Read More »

Flashback Friday Book Review: Arm Candy (Cattle Valley #14) by Carol Lynne


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Arm Candy

SERIES: Cattle Valley #14

AUTHOR: Carol Lynne

PUBLISHER: Pride Publishing

LENGTH: 138 pages

RELEASE DATE: November 16, 2009


Book fourteen in the Cattle Valley Series

Asa Montgomery is a hard man to figure out. He’s got millions of dollars in the bank, a host of men vying for his bed...Read More »

Release Day Review: Texting, AutoCorrect and a Prius by M.A. Church

Texting, AutoCorrect, and a Prius

Reviewed by Cinnamon


TITLE: Texting, AutoCorrect and a Prius

AUTHOR: M.A. Church

PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press

LENGTH: 110 pages

RELEASE DATE:  June 28, 2017


Clay McDonald finds the perfect car on Craigslist and is quick to send the seller a text:

Is your penis still for sale?

AutoCorrect strikes again. Damn—he should’ve proofread. How embarrassing.

Luckily Darrell Anderson,...Read More »

New Release Review: Skin After Skin (Psycop #8) by Jordan Castillo Price

Skin After Skin (PsyCop #8)


TITLE: Skin After Skin

SERIES: Psycop #8

AUTHOR: Jordan Castillo Price


LENGTH: 387 Pages

RELEASE DATE: June 25, 2017

BLURB:  A Crash Prequel

Fierce. Audacious. Independent. Curtis Ash can’t be bothered to settle down. He’s too busy enjoying his cushy job as a high-paid stylist, caught in a whirlwind...Read More »

Book Review: Black Magic Glitterbomb by Sage C. Holloway

Black Magic Glitterbomb

Reviewed by Donna


TITLE: Black Magic Glitterbomb

AUTHOR: Sage C. Holloway


LENGTH: 91 Pages

RELEASE DATE: May 29, 2017


Benji Seung is not one of the good guys. He commands dark magic; he looks out for himself before all else; he kills rival mages and steals their coffee makers. Life is...Read More »

Book Review: Paws on Me (Law and Supernatural Order #2) by Silvia Violet


Reviewed by Sarina


TITLE: Paws on Me

SERIES: Law and Supernatural Order #2

AUTHOR: Silvia Violet

PUBLISHER: Self Published

LENGTH: 95 pages

RELEASE DATE: March 30, 2016


Lieutenant Seth Morrison loves being a cop, but with budget cuts and crime both on the rise, he’s stopped making time for anything but his job.

Brandon Lord appears...Read More »

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