Month: June 2019

The First Mistake by Sandie Jones

The First Mistake by Sandie Jones

June 26, 2019 | 0 Comments

The First Mistake is an edge of your seat domestic drama/thriller that had me turning the pages as fast as I could. The book was surprisingly puzzling to me, and thankfully I went into it blind otherwise I think it would have taken away from my reading experience had I already known what was happening […]

Southern Sass and Killer Cravings by Kate Young

Southern Sass and Killer Cravings by Kate Young

June 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

Southern Sass and Killer Cravings is the first book in a brand new cozy mystery series. This book fits in perfectly with other culinary cozies and even some paranormal as our MC is being “haunted” by her dead mother. I use quotes around haunted because there is nothing malevolent about it, just that her mother […]

N9ne: The Tale of Kevin Clearwater by T.M. Frazier

N9ne: The Tale of Kevin Clearwater by T.M. Frazier

June 17, 2019 | 0 Comments

I never know how to categorize books by T.M. Frazier as they are truly one of a kind. Would I say they are dark romances? Maybe. Although I didn’t find this particulary dark it does have SOME dark elements. How about romantic suspense? A little. While there is some suspense in the story (when it […]

Passion on Park Avenue by Lauren Layne

Passion on Park Avenue by Lauren Layne

June 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

Passion on Park Avenue is the first book in the Central Park Pact! Each of the books in the series CAN stand alone as they feature different characters however, I recommend reading this one FIRST as you get to know how these ladies became friends. Also, it’s such a cute story that I don’t think […]

No-One Ever Has Sex On A Tuesday by Tracy Bloom

No-One Ever Has Sex On A Tuesday by Tracy Bloom

June 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

This is a really cute book. I have been reading a ton of romances that deal with heavy topics lately and I needed something to wind down with. This book worked! No-One Ever Has Sex on a Tuesday is a humorous chick lit novel (although I found the last 50% of the book to be […]