Review of 180 Seconds by Jessica Park

So someone may have discovered a new favourite author.  I have to read another book by Jessica Park ASAP.  180 Seconds was wonderful. It was romantic, poignant, heart wrenching, funny and topical.   How can one book be all of that in just about 300 pages?! Some people live their entire lives without changing their perspective. … Continue reading Review of 180 Seconds by Jessica Park

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Blog Tour for “Recluse Millionaire, Reluctant Bride” by Sun Chara

Recluse Millionaire, Reluctant Bride Is his reluctant bride a business risk or a personal necessity? Stan Rogers, recluse millionaire, must negotiate a risky deal with Stella Ryan, the exotic beauty from his past, to gain custody of his son. But how can he close the deal with her, the one and only woman who flips … Continue reading Blog Tour for “Recluse Millionaire, Reluctant Bride” by Sun Chara

Review of British Manor Murder by Leslie Meier

I took an unusually long time to get through this novel.   I kept finding other books I wanted to read more or at least grabbed my attention quicker.  Against my better judgment I had jumped into this series at #23!  Usually I wouldn’t dream of not starting at the beginning of a series but this … Continue reading Review of British Manor Murder by Leslie Meier

Review of A Witchmas Carol by Amanda M. Lee

​I really wanted to get this last Christmas story review in before the Christmas season officially ends on January 6.  So TaDa... A Witchmas Carol: A Wicked Witches of the Midwest Fantasy Christmas is here but the Winchester witches aren’t exactly teeming with good cheer.  Well, they are, but it’s not the sort of Christmas … Continue reading Review of A Witchmas Carol by Amanda M. Lee

Review of Shadow Fall by Audrey Grey

Shadow Fall by Audrey Grey is a YA novel that can win a reader over to this genre. Sixteen-year-old Maia Graystone lives in a world of fear. Trapped inside the hellish pit below Rhine prison with psychopaths and murderers, she spends every second worrying about the brother she left behind, knowing that if the other … Continue reading Review of Shadow Fall by Audrey Grey

Review of Show Me by Abigail Strom

Show Me by Abigail Strom is a romance written to make you swoon. After years of dealing with a heart condition and an overprotective mother, Airin Delaney is finally having her first taste of freedom in Waikiki—and it’s intoxicating. But it’s nothing compared to the out-of-this-world attraction between her and astronaut Hunter Bryce. Airin is … Continue reading Review of Show Me by Abigail Strom

Review of Planting the Seeds of Love: A novella by N.N. Light

If you’re looking for a sweet, quick read with a Christmas theme, you’ve found it.   The day her grandfather died, Sally's life changed forever.  Twenty-Two year old Sally Rayton returns to the family farm she deserted four years ago to bury her grandfather. Her plan: to settle her grandfather's estate and return to her … Continue reading Review of Planting the Seeds of Love: A novella by N.N. Light

Review of Charlee and the Chocolate Shop by Jessica Redland

As Christmas is fast approaching I’m trying to squeeze in as many Christmas reads as I can.  I decided to go skimming through some of the novels and novellas I have stored already on my Kindle and started with this one.  It caught me. What was supposed to be a quick skim turned into an … Continue reading Review of Charlee and the Chocolate Shop by Jessica Redland

Audiobook Review of The Return of Kris Kringle by Caroline Mickelson

  By: Caroline Mickelson Narrated by: Carly Robins Length: 2 hrs and 2 mins Unabridged Release date: 08-03-15 Language: English Publisher: Caroline Mickelson After years away from the North Pole, Kris Kringle happily accepts her Uncle Santa's offer to move back to Christmas Central as head chef. With her young daughter in tow, Kris returns … Continue reading Audiobook Review of The Return of Kris Kringle by Caroline Mickelson

Review of Caillou: Happy Holidays! by Marilyn Pleau-Murissi

Around our house, bedtime story requests have turned into Christmas story demands.  We've been scouring the bookshelves for all our Christmas related tales.  Thanks to the folks at NetGalley, my review team had a new option the other night.   Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley and Chouette Publishing in exchange … Continue reading Review of Caillou: Happy Holidays! by Marilyn Pleau-Murissi