And Then Mine Enemy by Alison Stuart: Review
Phantasma by Efthalia: Review
Outback Sisters by Rachael Johns: Review
Secret Confessions – Down and Dusty: Series Review
Summers with Juliette by Emily Madden: Review
Catch-Up on What I’ve Been Reading!

Catch-Up on What I’ve Been Reading!

March 17, 2015 Random Acts of Reading 3

It’s the middle of March already! Where has the time gone? Awesome reading has been had this year – I tell you, whatever my writer people have been doing, they are winning at it! From the sweetest of romances, to the dirtiest of dalliances, my journey with romance fiction this… Read more »


Bound to The Bachelor by Sarah Mayberry: Review

Bound to The Bachelor by Sarah Mayberry: Review

March 5, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

There were a few reasons I picked this book up: 1. Tule Publishing; 2. Montana; and 3. Sarah Mayberry. I don’t need to tell you all how much I love Sarah Mayberry’s work – I tend to fangirl a bit where that’s concerned. However, I am going to tell you all… Read more »


Chain of Command by HelenKay Dimon: Review

Chain of Command by HelenKay Dimon: Review

March 2, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★

Here we are, ready to go, with the first of the MWR reviews for this week. I’m kicking things off today with the first book in HelenKay Dimon’s new Greenway Range series, Chain of Command. Here’s what I thought of Chain of Command: Chain of Command was a lot of fun to… Read more »


Oops! I’ve Been a Bit Forgetful!

Oops! I’ve Been a Bit Forgetful!

March 1, 2015 Reviews 0

You’ll notice it has been a while since I posted reviews on a regular basis. This is not because I haven’t wanted to. However, that pesky thing (called the real world) has reared its head lately, and I haven’t had enough time to scratch my head, let alone write reviews…. Read more »


Unfaded Glory by Sara Arden: Review

Unfaded Glory by Sara Arden: Review

February 23, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★

There is something wonderful about a story where you see the power of hope, love, and human strength shine through, in spite of some pretty solid darkness. I was lucky enough to find that in Sara Arden’s first Home to Glory novel, Return to Glory, and I am happy to say… Read more »