May 29th, 2016
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It wasn't safe before. Now, the coast is clear. And he’s returned to reclaim what’s his.

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He'll break her three-date rule or go down in flames trying.

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Chesapeake Valor

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Ardent Springs - a town made for second chances

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Love can find its way out of darkness…return to Jackson Hole, WY

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Adventure, romance, and danger collide when a young Alaskan fisherman nets the body of a Russian swimmer

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Domestic Equalizers returns


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Out Rider
by Lindsay McKenna
"Watch your back for bears and stalkers."
Posted May 25, 2016

OUT RIDER is the 11th book in Lindsay McKenna's Wyoming series and is as refreshingly entertaining and original as each of the preceding ones. In OUTRIDER we are once again challenged with characters trying to put their past behind them and move forward. Lindsay McKenna tackles a difficult problem Read more...

Cowboy All Night
by Vicki Lewis Thompson
"Who know cherry pie could be so hot."
Posted May 25, 2016

Vicki Lewis Thompson has a reputation for putting enough sizzle between the pages to actually create steam. COWBOY ALL NIGHT is another Thompson entry into the Blaze category and it delivers just what the reader is looking for and then some. COWBOY ALL NIGHT is part of the Thunder Mountain Read more...

Duncan's Bride
by Linda Howard
"This rancher has definitely met his match."
Posted May 19, 2016

This book was originally published in 1990 but remains just as fresh and entertaining today. I love a classy story about rough and tough ranchers and the women that somehow manage a home in what is a truly unpredictable and often harsh environment. DUNCAN'S BRIDE is Linda Howard's Read more...

by Linda Howard
"Sometimes you need a little push in the right direction."
Posted May 11, 2016

Here's the funny thing about love. It truly comes in all sorts of packages. Anyone who has a dog surely understands and can identify with that attachment, bonding that comes with loving and caring for that animal. Dogs can definitely sense when their person or persons need them -- I Read more...

One Night Charmer
by Maisey Yates
"On the surface quite an odd couple."
Posted April 26, 2016

All people struggle with identity. People have an inner feeling about who they are but what is visible on the outside doesn't always mess with that personal image. Some folks just don't bother worrying about what others think -- but some are firmly enmeshed in their public persona. Candidly Read more...

Love of the Game
by Lori Wilde
"Important life lesson about love and passion."
Posted April 26, 2016

LOVE OF THE GAME is actually the third book in the Stardust, Texas series by Lori Wilde. I had no idea it was part of a series. Didn't know until I read it as part of the foreword. Why am I mentioning it -- well quite simply -- if they are Read more...

The Obsession
by Nora Roberts
"Pictures are worth a thousand words."
Posted April 26, 2016

Such a righteous man standing up on the pulpit reciting scripture -- such a wonderful family man with a doting wife and respectful children -- his face said it all as he gracefully spoke of God and the importance of following that righteous path. Such bull. What he was, was the consummate Read more...

Best of My Love
by Susan Mallery
"Platonic relationships are being tested."
Posted April 26, 2016

Who says guys and gals can't just be friends. Well if you listened to Harry in When Harry met Sally he emphatically states that they just can't. Ultimately the guy is thinking about sex -- plain and simple. Well maybe not that simple -- but the end result is always Read more...

The Best of Me
by Elisabeth Barrett
"Trust is a giant leap in most relationships."
Posted April 26, 2016

It's an old story -- generation to generation -- decade to decade -- women who live under the thumb of the man who professed to love them. Sad when the greatest hurt comes from the very person sworn to protect. One of the great tragedies is that of women who stay. The Read more...

The Blossom Sisters
by Fern Michaels
"These sisters will not suffer fools."
Posted April 26, 2016

First time I actually wasn't too fond of a leading character. Perhaps I was being too judgmental but in this case I think it was deserved. After all just how stupid can a guy be -- a professional man -- a CPA for goodness sake whose very career has him watching Read more...

Night Hawk
by Lindsay McKenna
"Returning heroes face many challenges."
Posted April 26, 2016

Not too many authors handle the task of taking on and telling the stories of military men and women returning from active service and in many cases battlefront conditions as well as Lindsay McKenna. It is a special talent -- a knack so to speak -- to put these heroes back into Read more...

Coloring for All Seasons: Spring
by River Grove Books
"Splendid collection of nature to color."
Posted April 24, 2016

So one of the hottest trends right now seems to be adult coloring books. I myself have quite a few along with the requisite special pencils and thin tip markers. Perhaps the popularity has to do with memories of the delight of coloring when a youngster. I loved my coloring Read more...

Lake of Dreams
by Linda Howard
"Be prepared to be swept away."
Posted April 24, 2016

Linda Howard is going to ask you to take a voyage of sorts with her in LAKE OF DREAMS. You see LAKE OF DREAMS is a masterful leap into a story steeped with mystique, drama and fantasy all rolled up into one fabulous novella. Candidly I can't believe how Read more...

Texas Tough
by Janet Dailey
"Life teaches you to be tough but Texas requires more!"
Posted April 19, 2016

I hate to be the bearer of bad news but there are just some people that are rotten to their very core. No matter how you try to justify or forgive their behavior in the end the result will ultimately be the same -- guilty as charged. Strange how even within Read more...

Lone Heart Pass
by Jodi Thomas
"Get ready to meet some exception people."
Posted April 19, 2016

Looking for a story guaranteed to bring a smile to your face and warm your heart? Look out for LONE HEART PASS by Jodi Thomas. It is the next book in the Ransom Canyon series and references characters we met in the previous books, but doesn't really Read more...

Yves Saint Laurent Coloring Book
by Fondation Pierre Bergé
"Fashion forward entry into the adult coloring book collection."
Posted April 19, 2016

The YVES SAINT LAURENT COLORING BOOK created by the Fondation Pierre Berge Yves Saint Laurent is a new addition to the growing collection of adult coloring books but would truly be welcome as a conversation piece on any coffee table. Although tempted to actually color in the sketches I would Read more...

by R.C. Ryan
"Biggest challenge of his life - the protection of someone he loves."
Posted April 18, 2016

What could be better than a new book by R.C. Ryan? Well a new series of course. MATT is the first story of The Malloy's of Montana series and take it from me it's riveting. In MATT R.C. Ryan introduces a resourceful, loving family that will Read more...

Nobody But You
by Jill Shalvis
"Fun from beginning to end."
Posted April 12, 2016

NOBODY BUT YOU is another wondrous Jill Shalvis story about people with flaws, and people who will win your heart. NOBODY BUT YOU is book 3 in the Cedar Ridge series. But once again Shalvis has concocted a rambunctiously endearing story that captures your attention and holds tight Read more...

Burned by a Kiss
by Tina Leonard
"There's definitely some magic in the air."
Posted April 9, 2016

Somewhat sage lesson to be learned in BURNED BY A KISS and that is magic is available to us normally grounded earthlings if we just allow it to enter into our lives. Yes there's a bit of fairy dust in the first book in the Star Canyon series by Read more...

The Billionaire's Baby Swap
by Rebecca Winters
"Who's your baby?"
Posted April 9, 2016

The story strongly asks the reader to suspend disbelief in this quirky romance instigated by a hospital blunder. The moment I realized the plot of THE BILLIONAIRES BABY SWAP by Rebecca Winters I had to go on the internet and do some research. It was eye opening to say the Read more...

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An avid reader for all my life and reading is one of my passions. I’ve been an independent reviewer for over seven years now and have covered just about every genre from a vast number of publishers and authors. Another perk of reviewing is getting a first glimpse of new and upcoming works from talented authors. As a reviewer I have had the fortune to meet new authors and become reacquainted with some tried and true ones. One of the most rewarding aspects of reviewing is having your work acknowledged by authors and/or publishers. The inclusion of one of my reviews on a book jacket or on an author’s website is a supreme compliment and always appreciated. With the advent and broad adoption of the e-reader the scope of available works to be reviewed has increased exponentially making the job of the reviewer ever more challenging as the selection of works becomes vast beyond belief. My goal is simple – to deliver a fair and honest review. I take this very seriously as I respect my readers and they can depend on my appraisal of fiction as well as various crafts and cooking. My main focus is fiction but occasionally something from another genre catches my eye.

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