Title: Write to Love Author: Victoria Grant Genre: Contemporary Romance This is a short, enjoyable tale of aspiring-bestseller meets dashingly-handsome fan, with humor and sparks flying. Though part of a series, it tells the stand-alone tale of Casey Dunlop, a writer on her last chance at literary success. She’s landed an agent and publisher and is… Read More Editorial Review – Write to Love
The Priest of Santa Maria (The Beginning of the End Book 1) – Guest Post Review Synopsis: A Catholic priest fresh out of the seminary. A mysterious young woman in hiding from her past with a secret that could destroy the Church.
Since You’ve Been Gone – Guest Book Review One of the reasons I read this book is because it reminded me of the song by Kelly Clarkson. Just like I loved the song, I loved the book too. :) Name: Since You’ve Been Gone Author: Morgan Matson Genre: Contemporary Shoto’s Rating: 4.5/5 Summary: The story revolves… Read More Since You’ve Been Gone – Book Review
Attachments – Guest Post Review So I’m a bit of a Rainbow Rowell fan. I absolutely adored Eleanor and Park, one of my best Young Adult books of all time.
Title: Bittersweet Alliance Author: Kathleen Rowland Genre: Romance/Suspense Bittersweet Alliance is a story about a woman named Jolene who has just managed to move on from a relationship when she is thrown back together with her ex-boyfriend for a work assignment. Both are called to consult on a high stakes FBI case and she… Read More Editorial Review – Bittersweet Alliance
*Guest book review contributed by Jewel Hart* Cherokee Summer by Susan Antony Synopsis: When Ace leaves home to spend the summer in Cherokee, North Carolina the last thing she expects to find is a boyfriend until she meets Cherokee Tribe member John Spears. As Ace and John’s friendship blossoms, they find their… Read More Cherokee Summer – Book Review
Author: Pauline Hayton Title: No Long Goodbyes Genre: Historical Romance This thorough and detailed novel tells the story of Kate Cavanagh, a young widow in the 1940s who is haunted by the neglect of her husband and the death of her young son.