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A Daddy for Baby Zoe? by Fiona Lowe: Review

A Daddy for Baby Zoe? by Fiona Lowe: Review

January 6, 2016 Reviews 0 ★★★★½

Well, we are nearly a week into this new year, so I think it is probably time for my first official review for 2016. Today, I’m reviewing the new Harlequin Medical Romance release from Fiona Lowe,  A Daddy for Baby Zoe?. Emotion, pain, happiness, passion, loss, discovery – A Daddy for Baby… Read more »


The Horse Thief by Téa Cooper: Review

The Horse Thief by Téa Cooper: Review

November 6, 2015 Reviews 1 ★★★★½

It’s always with great excitement that I approach a new Oztorical* romance, and Téa Cooper is one of my absolute favourites from this sub-genre. So, of course, when I got the chance to read her latest, The Horse Thief, I grabbed it with both hands. The fact that it is… Read more »


Desperate Deception by D.B. Tait: Review

Desperate Deception by D.B. Tait: Review

November 4, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

In my review of the preceding book in this series, Cold Deception, I said that D.B. Tait would be an auto-buy for me – and especially if she kept on writing books like that. Well, after reading her latest in the Dark Mountain series, Desperate Deception, I have this to say… Read more »


A Christmas Vow of Seduction by Maisey Yates: Review

A Christmas Vow of Seduction by Maisey Yates: Review

September 2, 2015 Reviews 1 ★★★★★

It’s three months until Christmas, and the holiday romances are floating in. I love holiday romances, particularly ones that takes a slightly darker or different look at the season. My first Christmas-set romance for this year is by one of my absolute go-to authors, Maisey Yates, and is her October… Read more »


Double Take by Kendall Talbot: Review

Double Take by Kendall Talbot: Review

August 25, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

I have been trying to start Double Take for a while now, but thanks to the fun of outside factors, I had never been able to do so. Now that the annual shenanigans of awesome that was the RWA 2015 Conference in Melbourne are behind me, I plonked myself down… Read more »