Genre: Romance

Average Rating: 4.52


The Bookstore on the Beach by Brenda Novak – Harlequin Winter 2021 Blog Tour Review

  The Bookstore on the Beach is my first Brenda Novak novel, and I enjoyed the different storylines and dramas that interwove throughout. Featuring three generations of women in one family, this book follows their dramas, the fears, and their high points over a summer on the beach in North Carolina. Grandmother Mary owns a […]

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The Path To Sunshine Cove by RaeAnne Thayne – Harlequin Winter 2021 Blog Tour Review

  I really loved the first book in the Cape Sanctuary series, The Sea Glass Cottage, and I think I loved the second installment even more. The Path To Sunshine Cove hit all the right romance buttons for me: emotional, romantic, relatable and unique characters, but above all heart-hurting backstories with moments of brightness and […]

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Back in the Texan’s Bed by Naima Simone – Harlequin Desire Blog Tour

  It’s been a hot minute since I’ve read a book featuring second-chance romance or a secret baby, and Back in the Texan’s Bed by Naima Simone has both. Three years earlier, chef Charlotte Jarrett and oil heir Ross Edmond have a secret romance. Tired of being kept a secret since a relationship between the […]

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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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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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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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Wild Wedding Hookup by Jamie K. Schmidt – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

  Are you looking for a sexy, steamy, fast read that is exciting and surprisingly emotionally packed? Then look no further than Jamie K. Schmidt’s Wild Wedding Hookup, launching on July 1, 2020 with Harlequin Dare. This book has the right mix of sexual chemistry, a bit of mysterious pasts, and a great South Beach, […]

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Carolina Breeze by Denise Hunter – #TLCBookTours Review

  I really enjoyed Denise Hunter’s Lake Season, which introduced three siblings who’ve taken over their deceased parent’s fledgling inn on a picturesque lake in North Carolina. Book one focused on older sister Molly, and the second installment Carolina Breeze features older brother Levi. The setting takes center stage along with the strong family dynamics, […]

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48 Hour Lockdown by Carla Cassidy – Harlequin Blog Tour Review

A new miniseries from Harlequin Intrigue.  Stopping criminal activity wherever it happens. The agents at the Tactical Crime Division are ready for anything. More and more, federal law agencies have to mobilize to remote locations to address large-scale crime scenes and criminal activity—terror, hostage situations, kidnappings, shootings and the like. Because of the growing concerns […]

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The Innocent’s Forgotten Wedding by Lynne Graham – A Harlequin Presents Blog Tour Review

 Earlier this week, I featured an excerpt from Lynne Graham’s novel, The Innocent’s Forgotten Wedding. Here’s my review.   With the state of the world as it is right now, sometimes you just need a nice, lower angst romance to distract you from reality for a few hours. The Innocent’s Forgotten Wedding is entertaining and […]

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