Posts Tagged: Family secrets

Avenge Me by Maisey Yates: Review

Avenge Me by Maisey Yates: Review

June 2, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★½

Avenge Me is the first in the new Harlequin Presents trilogy, Fifth Avenue. While I don’t often read Harlequin Presents, I do like the three authors involved and when I saw these books up for me to review on NetGalley, I snapped them up. A dark and deliciously sexy tale of… Read more »


How to Rope a Real Man by Melissa Cutler: Review

How to Rope a Real Man by Melissa Cutler: Review

May 24, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★

This is the third in the Catcher Creek series, and I’d have to say it was a worthy addition to the series. There are some major issues covered in this story, but it never feels as if it is an “issues” book. Melissa Cutler has managed to bring a sense… Read more »


Down Outback Roads by Alissa Callen: Review

Down Outback Roads by Alissa Callen: Review

May 23, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★

The town of Glenalla, first introduced to us in Alissa Callen’s Beneath Outback Skies, is once again the focus of a fantastic rural romance. Down Outback Roads is set in the same world as Beneath Outback Skies, however if you haven’t read the first book, it won’t really be a problem as… Read more »


Someone Else’s Wedding by Tamar Cohen: Review

Someone Else’s Wedding by Tamar Cohen: Review

May 21, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★

This was a difficult one for me to review. I began Someone Else’s Wedding with a great sense of anticipation – the blurb had an air of something very interesting for me. Even though this book falls into the women’s contemporary fiction genre as opposed to my usual romance, the hint… Read more »


Safe Harbour by Helene Young: Review

Safe Harbour by Helene Young: Review

April 22, 2014 Reviews 0

It’s a fine line the writers of romantic suspense walk, when they are creating their work – maintaining both the tension & intrigue in the situation and a believable romantic connection between the hero and heroine, and balancing the two halves. This is the first of Helene Young’s books that I have… Read more »