Triple review: Lucky in Love / At Last / Forever and a Day by Jill Shalvis

The tagline on Jill Shalvis’s website currently says: “Spend the summer in Lucky Harbor.” I couldn’t draw out the pleasure that long. I had to devour all three of her latest Lucky Harbor novels in one week. And now I’m jonesing for another hit. Bad. C’mon, Jill Shalvis! Gimme another Lucky Harbor novel, STAT! So… Continue reading Triple review: Lucky in Love / At Last / Forever and a Day by Jill Shalvis

Review: Her Forbidden Hero by Laura Kaye

Her Forbidden Hero by Laura Kaye Rating: 4.5 stars Alyssa Scott returns home from college with only a car and a couple of pennies to her name. With her brother serving in the Special Forces abroad God knows where, and her abusive alcoholic father not someone she can turn to, she decides to apply for… Continue reading Review: Her Forbidden Hero by Laura Kaye

Review: Thief of Shadows by Elizabeth Hoyt

Thief of Shadows by Elizabeth Hoyt My rating:¬†4.5 stars Heat: Scorching¬† Winter Makepeace is a man with many secrets. The one thing everyone knows is that he’s a serious, somewhat dour manager of the foundling orphanage his late father founded. He works himself ragged taking care of 18th century St. Giles’ most vulnerable residents, children… Continue reading Review: Thief of Shadows by Elizabeth Hoyt

Review: Two novellas by Carina Press

In the past week, I’ve read a couple of great novellas from Carina Press. I love novellas when I’m super busy or have lots of things piling up because they take only a few hours of commitment – just enough to help me unwind. They’re also a great way to try out new authors without… Continue reading Review: Two novellas by Carina Press

Review: The Officer Says “I Do” by Jeanette Murray

The Officer Says “I Do” by Jeanette Murray My rating: 4 of 5 stars Captain Tim O’Shay is a bit uptight. Okay, make that a lot uptight. Always the sober, responsible one among his friends, he decides to let loose for once on a guys’ trip to Vegas. Winning a few hands goes to his… Continue reading Review: The Officer Says “I Do” by Jeanette Murray