Review for “Love, Van B (The Incident Series #1) by Marla Holt

About Love, Van B (The Incident Series Book #1) by Marla Holt: Vanessa Birch doesn’t have much when she moves to L.A. at twenty, just a dream, her guitar, and a supportive family cheering her on--well, her step-brother not so much--but when has Clay ever approved of anything, or anyone, Van did. He wouldn’t support … Continue reading Review for “Love, Van B (The Incident Series #1) by Marla Holt

Review of “Never Date a Doctor” by Melanie A. Smith

About Never Date a Doctor by Melanie A. Smith What’s the first rule of nurse’s club? That’s right: Never date a doctor. Which Sasha Suvorin has no intention of doing anyway, since she’s a nurse at Rutherford Hospital by day and working on her master’s degree by night. Who has time for dating, much less … Continue reading Review of “Never Date a Doctor” by Melanie A. Smith

Review of “Her Dirty Secret” by Melanie A. Smith

About Her Dirty Secret by Melanie A. Smith From best-selling author Melanie A. Smith comes the fourth book in a series of steamy contemporary romance novels. A forbidden affair that’s practically irresistible... Emily Hoyt is often referred to as a “free spirit,” but she knows that’s just a nice way to say “flake.” Thick-skinned and … Continue reading Review of “Her Dirty Secret” by Melanie A. Smith

Review for “Collision” by Kristen Granata

About Collision by Kristen Granata Merritt Adams was used to taking care of herself. With her mother's selfish abandonment, and her father's shocking suicide, she is convinced that nobody will ever stick around for long. However, after she is mysteriously rescued from a fiery crash, Merritt needs to learn how to accept help, and love … Continue reading Review for “Collision” by Kristen Granata

Review for “Yours Truly, Cammie” by S.J. Sylvis

About Yours Truly, Cammie by S.J. Sylvis I follow one rule in life: Don’t get involved with a Marine. After this past year of heart-wrenching misery, and an entire childhood as daughter of one of the highest ranked officers in the Marine Corps, I’ve had enough of saying goodbye. I’ve had enough heartbreak to last … Continue reading Review for “Yours Truly, Cammie” by S.J. Sylvis

Review for “The Other Lane: A Modern Fairy Tale”

About The Other Lane: A Modern Fairy Tale by Marla Holt Lane Benjamin never believed in fairy tales. Once upon a time, she had big dreams, but they never seemed to come true. Divorced, disappointed, and still a barista at twenty-seven, she feels like she's had an anti-Fairy Godmother. Then one day, the devastatingly handsome … Continue reading Review for “The Other Lane: A Modern Fairy Tale”