Review: Harvest at Mustang Ridge by Jesse Hayworth

Review: Harvest at Mustang Ridge by Jesse Hayworth

Krista Skye is in desperate need of a head wrangler for her ranch for the summer. Unfortunately the only person who is qualified and available is Wyatt Webb. Wyatt has just come back to town since he ran off the day of Krista’s college graduation eight years earlier, only leaving a note and a broken heart and he is the last person Krista wants to higher. Now with Wyatt living on the ranch and interacting with him everyday, Krista finds… Read more »


Review: Lay It Down by Cara McKenna

Review: Lay It Down by Cara McKenna

Kim Paget is ecstatic when she lands a job working for the Sunnyside Corporation shooting for their new brochure for the Eclipse Casino.  After just breaking up with her boyfriend, Kim is ready to get out of Portland for a while and collect herself in the Nevada desert. What Kim didn’t expect was to find herself attracted to Vince Grossier, biker and ex-con. Vince is everything Kim has been told to stay away from but for once she is going… Read more »


Review: Beyond Addiction by Kit Rocha

Review: Beyond Addiction by Kit Rocha

Once again I got sucked into the O’Kane world and I never wanted to leave. Beyond Addiction is not my favorite in the series but it is still one of the best books I have read so far in 2014. I can’t tell if the books are getting shorter or if I’m just devouring them much quicker but I am always so sad when one of these books ends. For anyone not reading this series I beg that you begin… Read more »


Review: The Sweetest Summer by Susan Donovan

Review: The Sweetest Summer by Susan Donovan

Clancy Flynn dreads the Bayberry mermaid festival every year, not just because it makes his job ten times harder but also because of his disdain for the statue that can either curse or bless a person’s love life. Now divorced, Clancy still hasn’t made peace with the statue but his mindset changes when the girl who got away comes back into his life. Evelyn still sparks something in Clancy and he is determined to find out what she is hiding… Read more »


Review: One Sexy Ride by Vivian Arend

Review: One Sexy Ride by Vivian Arend

Len is the quiet one of the Thompson Brothers. For years he’s been secretly (or maybe not so secretly) wanting his little sister’s best friend, Janey. Janey has always wanted Len but whenever she hints at wanting a relationship with him, he shies away. Janey has pretty much given up on Len when he changes his mind and decides that he wants to be in a relationship with Janey. I’m always a sucker for the “falling for sister’s friend” trope…. Read more »


Review: The Best Kind of Trouble by Lauren Dane

Review: The Best Kind of Trouble by Lauren Dane

It’s been awhile since I’ve read a contemporary romance novel in a day. I’ve been in a romance funk and nothing has really pulled me out of it. When I started reading The Best Kind of Trouble, I knew to expect a sexy hero but Paddy Hurley exceeded all of my expectations. I barely remember him and his brothers (except for Damien) from the Lush series so I went into this book with no preconceived notions. I enjoyed this book… Read more »


Review: Rocky Ride by Vivian Arend

Review: Rocky Ride by Vivian Arend

Rocky Ride, the first book in the Thompson and Sons,  is a spin-off of the Six Pack Ranch series, which I haven’t read. I had no problem following the plot but I was a little loss when characters from the Six Pack Ranch was mentioned or introduced. A little background info would have helped in some situations. Rocky Ride started off smoking hot. Mitch and Anna hooking it up on the side of the road. Woo!! Hawt! And the first half of the… Read more »


Early Review: The Highlander Next Door by Janet Chapman

Early Review: The Highlander Next Door by Janet Chapman

Usually I start my reviews with a nice little synopsis of the two main characters before going on to give my feelings about the book. With The Highlander Next Door I am going to break away from my usual format and just dive in. I loved this series and was very excited for Niall’s story because who doesn’t love a twelveth century highlander trying to navigate twenty first century dating? The problem with this book can be summed up in… Read more »


Review: Hillbilly Rockstar by Lorelei James

Review: Hillbilly Rockstar by Lorelei James

Liberty Masterson didn’t have the easiest transition from solider to civilian but things have gotten better since she got a job with a Denver security company. Liberty is itching to get out into the field and show her boss what she can do it she never expected her first assignment to be sexy country singer Devin McClain. Devin is the worst kind of client: one that doesn’t want to be protected and doesn’t think he needs private security and Liberty… Read more »


Review: Unbroken by Maisey Yates

Review: Unbroken by Maisey Yates

Cade Mitchell is still trying to get over the injury that ended his rodeo career and left him with a permant limp and pain for the rest of his life. Along with the constant pain, Cade’s personal life has suffered. Cade never expected to come back and work at the family ranch or feel like an employee instead of part owner. Add in the bad memories and old family secrets and Cade feels lost in a place that used to… Read more »