Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca


Find My Way Home by Michele Summers: Review

Find My Way Home by Michele Summers: Review

July 1, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★

Now, I love small-town contemporary romance, and that was one of the big things that drew me to request a review copy of Find My Way Home. However, the thing that tipped me over the edge – the hero shares a name with my own hero! Keith’s not a name I… Read more »


The Troublemaker Next Door by Marie Harte: Review

The Troublemaker Next Door by Marie Harte: Review

July 1, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★

There’s getting friendly with your neighbours, and then there’s “getting friendly”. While Flynn and Maddie aren’t strictly neighbours, they definitely do get rather friendly in Marie Harte’s June release from Sourcebooks, The Troublemaker Next Door. I wasn’t aware that Marie Harte wrote straight contemporaries, as I’d only really seen her paranormal… Read more »


Once Upon a Kiss by Jayne Fresina: Review

Once Upon a Kiss by Jayne Fresina: Review

June 11, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★

Pride and Prejudice is so ripe with possibilities for copycat romances, and interpretations of what may have, or should have, happened to the characters. It’s the inspiration for many a book and film since. Jayne Fresina’s new release, Once Upon a Kiss takes a different (and mightily refreshing!) approach to… Read more »



A Shot of Sultry by Macy Beckett: Review

A Shot of Sultry by Macy Beckett: Review

February 12, 2013 Reviews 0

It was a good thing that I wasn’t drinking anything while I read A Shot of Sultry, because there were plenty of moments throughout this book where I laughed enough to have spat my drink all over my e-reader. This was a fun read. First things first, Macy Beckett, you… Read more »