Must Read Monday Book Review for “The Stories Stars Tell” by CL Walters

About The Stories Stars Tell by CL Walters Emma-Christian daughter of Mo and Amy Matthews, big sister to Shelby, lover of John Hughes films, and Salutatorian of the senior class-has spent her entire high school career playing it safe because she stifles her risk-taking gene for perfectionism instead. This behavior isn't necessarily because that's who … Continue reading Must Read Monday Book Review for “The Stories Stars Tell” by CL Walters

Review for “Walk Off (Double Play Series Book 5)” by Nicole Rodrigues

About Walk Off (Double Play Series Book 5 by Nicole Rodrigues Nicholas “Nico” Johnson, aka ‘Hulk’. The man got past all my defenses despite my efforts to keep him at a distance. It's a lost cause because our bodies call to each other, like a moth to a flame, we give in. Time and time … Continue reading Review for “Walk Off (Double Play Series Book 5)” by Nicole Rodrigues

Review for “Forever and One Day” by Jacqueline Simon Gunn

About Forever and One Day by Jacqueline Simon Gunn Everyone has wondered "what if?" But how many get a chance to live it? Seventeen years ago, Olivia Watson's world was turned upside down when she discovered Justin, her high-school sweetheart turned fiancé, having sex with her best friend, Petal. Unable to muster up any forgiveness, … Continue reading Review for “Forever and One Day” by Jacqueline Simon Gunn

Review for “Frozen Memories: Angelbay Harbor #1)” by Cassie Faber

About Frozen Memories (Angelbay Harbor #1) by Cassie Faber Redeemed bad boy Boh Mason has been running for all of his life to protect those he loves from the demons of his past. He ends up in the small coastal town of Angelbay Harbor, where young and talented Claire Forester literally falls into his arms. … Continue reading Review for “Frozen Memories: Angelbay Harbor #1)” by Cassie Faber

Review for “Abundance (Abundance #1)” by Shanna Swenson

About Abundance (Abundance #1) by Shanna Swenson Misfortune comes to us all in some form... For Natalie Cameron, misfortune came in the most unspeakable way imaginable, now she must try and rebuild her life while fighting her own dark demons, the town speculation, her arrogant brother and her raging desire for the kindest man she’s … Continue reading Review for “Abundance (Abundance #1)” by Shanna Swenson

Review for “Never Trust a Rockstar (Never Trust #1)” by Sarah Darlington

About Never Trust a Rockstar (Never Trust #1) by Sarah Darlington WIN A DATE WITH A HOT ROCKSTAR? Yes, please. Sign me up. Emma has always been obsessed with Ollie Mills of the southern rock band, Sunset Revival. She follows his every move on Twitter, likes all his posts on Instagram, and stalks his page … Continue reading Review for “Never Trust a Rockstar (Never Trust #1)” by Sarah Darlington

Review for “The Publicist (Hollywood Lust #1)” by Cara Wade

About The Publicist (Hollywood Lust #1) by Cara Wade He's the bad boy Hollywood loves to hate. She's been hired to "fix" his image. Too bad she doesn't date her clients Quinn Harrison I’m the biggest bitch in the industry, and I’m proud of my title. I work my size twelve curves and don’t take … Continue reading Review for “The Publicist (Hollywood Lust #1)” by Cara Wade

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