Love at Last by Kate Kisset : A Book Review

Blurb: Sarah Dupont’s mom just died.Her fiancé’s cheated on her with her accountant. (It didn’t help when Sarah caught them in the act on top of her cherished pastry table.)Oh, and they’ve been robbing her blind, so she’s broke now, too. When Sarah’s offered a fresh start, and a place to stay, she high tailsContinue reading “Love at Last by Kate Kisset : A Book Review”

Gingerbread Kisses by Kat Baxter : A Book Review

Blurb: The hot guy… The first time I see Ginger Starr after four years of being abroad, she is wearing a hideous Christmas dress. But the obnoxious monstrosity does nothing to hide her generous curves. One thing becomes perfectly clear: I’ve never wanted a woman more. …and the curvy bookworm Brock Daniels might be ridiculouslyContinue reading “Gingerbread Kisses by Kat Baxter : A Book Review”

Adored by Harrison by A.J. Alexander: A Book Review

Blurb: I’ve known Whitney Paige since the day she was born, but now she is all grown up.Gone was the little girl I always knew, replaced by a woman who now, after one fateful night, consumes my soul.For three long years, I’ve pushed her away, but now, it’s time to make her mine. I’ve beenContinue reading “Adored by Harrison by A.J. Alexander: A Book Review”

Don’t Date the Haunted by C. Rae D’Arc : A Book Review

Blurb: Does the heart beat faster from love or terror? As a born-and-raised citizen of Horror, Pansy Finster has survived Hauntings such as mad killers and poltergeists by living her brother’s rules, including, “Avoid dolls, clowns, and masks.” But after the death of her fiancé, Pansy finds herself alone—which is a dangerous status in Horror.Continue reading “Don’t Date the Haunted by C. Rae D’Arc : A Book Review”

Killing the Reapers by Jeff Debing : A Book Review

Blurb: Ross, a young paramedic, whose world takes a sudden tragic turn on what should be one of the best days of his life. Just as he is about to propose to his girlfriend, he suffers a massive heart attack and dies. Ross awakens in the afterlife and learns that the Grim Reaper actually doesContinue reading “Killing the Reapers by Jeff Debing : A Book Review”

Rapunzel’s Tower by Wendy L Anderson: A Book Review

Blurb: This is a story about a beautiful princess. You may say this tale has been told countless times, the moral of the story learned, and the children entertained but you may not have heard the entire truth. A cruel twist of fate caused the princess to be locked in a magical tower. Two princes,Continue reading “Rapunzel’s Tower by Wendy L Anderson: A Book Review”

Interview with an Author: Wendy L. Anderson

I’m here today with the incredible and talented Wendy L. Anderson. Wendy is the author of an epic five book series; Kingdom of Jior, and two standalone novels; Ulrik and A Cut Twice As Deep. Thank you so much for joining me today Wendy. After reading your novels, I absolutely can not wait to readContinue reading “Interview with an Author: Wendy L. Anderson”

Unboxed : A Box of Stories – April

I came across A Box of Stories through Facebook back in April 2020, when I was absolutely bored out of my mind due to being furloughed. The company wasn’t as big as it is now and they only had a few boxes to choose from; a Surprise Box of 4 Fiction Books (£14.99), a SurpriseContinue reading “Unboxed : A Box of Stories – April”

Unboxed : A Box of Stories – March

I came across A Box of Stories through Facebook back in April 2020, when I was absolutely bored out of my mind due to being furloughed. The company wasn’t as big as it is now and they only had a few boxes to choose from; a Surprise Box of 4 Fiction Books (£14.99), a SurpriseContinue reading “Unboxed : A Box of Stories – March”

Ridiculously Proud: Diary of a Diva by Charis Bell – A Book Review

Blurb: Ridiculously Proud: Diary of a Diva celebrates friendship, family, and true love. This is the story of a shamed and conceited Broadway actress who moves back to her small-town home, where she learns that love and humility are far more important than fame and fortune. My Thoughts: I was provided with a free copyContinue reading “Ridiculously Proud: Diary of a Diva by Charis Bell – A Book Review”