Adult Fiction book review

Beef Cake by Jiffy Kate

Beef Cake is a full-length contemporary romance, can be read as a standalone, and is book #4 in the Donner Bakery series, Green Valley World, Penny Reid Book Universe. About the Book If opposites do actually attract, then Gunnar Erickson and Frankie Reeves take the cake. Frankie Reeves is complicated, even though she won’t admit… Continue reading Beef Cake by Jiffy Kate

Adult Fiction book review

Unexpectedly Yours by Rebecca Shea

Librarian Laura's Review of Unexpectedly Yours I got some major Pretty Woman vibes from this book. Well, minus the whole hooker angle. Highly successful, stupid rich, ridiculously gorgeous man falls for beautiful woman who lives frugally with a fierce determination to handle any and all problems without the assistance of others. Neither Drew or Gracie… Continue reading Unexpectedly Yours by Rebecca Shea

Adult Fiction book review

The Winston Brothers series by Penny Reid

I'm not a huge series reader, but I must tell you about my all-time favorite series. I met author Penny Reid at the 2019 Book Bonanza in Dallas, TX this past August. Of the over 50 authors I met there, Penny was the most humble, kind, and hilarious one. I knew immediately that I would… Continue reading The Winston Brothers series by Penny Reid

Adult Fiction book review

Kind of Cursed by Stephanie Fournet

Librarian Laura's Review This is a sweet new multicultural romantic comedy that will cause you to both laugh & swoon. I loved it! Twenty-four year old Millie Delacroix has her hands full. Five months ago, her parents were killed in a freak accident, leaving her in charge of her three siblings: teenage twins Harry and… Continue reading Kind of Cursed by Stephanie Fournet

Adult Fiction book review

Us, Again by Elle Maxwell

Us, Again is a standalone, contemporary second-chance romance and the debut novel from author Elle Maxwell. I couldn't stop reading it - both main characters, Graham and Mackenzie, will stay with readers long after the final page. 5 years ago, Mackenzie Thatcher and Graham Wyatt were young teenagers in love. The high school seniors were… Continue reading Us, Again by Elle Maxwell

Adult Fiction book review

Neat by Kandi Steiner

Librarian Laura's Review of Neat The second book in a three part series set in and around the Scooter whiskey distillery in small-town Tennessee, Kandi Steiner's Neat will have readers eagerly anticipating the third book. While the first book, On the Rocks, was Noah's story, Neat focuses on one of Noah's three brothers, Logan Becker,… Continue reading Neat by Kandi Steiner

Adult Fiction book review

What Happens in Paradise by Elin Hilderbrand

Set for release on October 8th, 2019, the second installment in the Winter in Paradise series, What Happens in Paradise gives readers a little more insight into the story of the late Rosie Small and Russ Steele and their love affair that was tragically cut short when both were killed in a helicopter crash as the… Continue reading What Happens in Paradise by Elin Hilderbrand

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As Dust Dances by Samantha Young

Librarian Laura's Review Running from a past too painful to endure, American singer/songwriter, Skylar Finch, is homeless and playing music on the streets of Glasgow, Scotland. She spends her days busking for enough money to buy food and her nights sleeping in a tent wherever she can find a safe spot. Her most prized possession… Continue reading As Dust Dances by Samantha Young

New Adult

Sweet Sixteen by Brenda Rothert

It is my pleasure to be a tour stop for the blog tour of Sweet Sixteen by Brenda Rothert. Sweet Sixteen by Brenda Rothert is a young adult contemporary romance novel with very mature themes and language. I would not recommend it for readers under the age of 18. I would place it in the New… Continue reading Sweet Sixteen by Brenda Rothert