Category: Book Review


Until We Are Lost by Leslie Archer – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

Just like my previous book review of Holly Bourne’s Pretending, Leslie Archer’s psychological suspense novel Until We Are Lost deals with heavy subject matters in rape, PTSD, and mental health. Tara Peary has a twin sister that has been missing for months. While Tara’s search for her sister leads her to New York City, she […]

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Claiming the Rancher’s Heir by Maisey Yates – Review #HarlequinDesire

  I’ve really enjoyed the few Maisey Yates’ books featuring the fictional Gold Valley area that I’ve read, and Claiming the Rancher’s Heir was another fun, sexy, enemies-turned-lovers romp within the vineyards. Wren Maxfield and Creed Cooper work for their families competing vineyards with completely different styles and customer bases, and they’ve never gotten along. […]

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Forever 51 by Pamela Skjolsvik – #TLCBookTours Review

  It’s been ages since I’ve read anything paranormal, especially vampire related, and Forever 51 was such a refreshing take on this genre. Fifty-one-year-old Veronica has been a vampire since the late 1800s when her daughter made her into one of the eternally undead. She’s gotten being a vampire down to a science: don’t go […]

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Hell and High Water by Keenan Powell – #TLCBookTours Review

  It’s been a while since I’ve read a straight-up mystery with a quirky cast of suspects, and Keenan Powell’s Hell and High Water fit the bill for me. This third installment in the Maeve Malloy Mystery series was a slow building, tension-filled book where a serious storm has trapped everyone on an island in […]

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Autumn Skies by Denise Hunter – #TLCBookTours Review

  I’ve read the first two books in Denise Hunter’s Bluebell Inn Romance series, and Autumn Skies, the third and final installment is my absolute favorite. In the first book, Lake Season, we were introduced to three siblings who’ve taken over their deceased parent’s fledgling inn on a picturesque lake in North Carolina. Book one […]

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These Vengeful Hearts by Katherine Laurin Review – Harlequin Inkyard Press Fall Reads Tour 2020

  The cover of These Vengeful Hearts drew me in at first, and the blurb held promise of a dangerous secret society that ran a high school with an iron fist, handing out favors but only to those who give something up of themselves at a later date or pay the price later. Sixteen-year-old Ember […]

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The Quiet Girl by S.F. Kosa – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

  It’s been a while since I’ve read a psychological suspense that was predictable on the surface, but was oh so twisty-turny underneath that I loved every minute of guessing just what was going on. S.F. Kosa’s debut novel in this genre, The Quiet Girl, was a fantastic case of an unreliable narrator pitted against […]

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Harlequin Intrigue Summer Reads Review – Settling An Old Score by Delores Fossen

I’ve read a lot of Harlequin Intrigue publications lately, and I’ve really enjoyed every book I’ve read so far. Delores Fossen is an author that I’ve read before and liked her work, so I went into Settling an Old Score with high hopes that were not disappointed. This novel starts with Texas Ranger Eli Slater […]

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