About Ethan & Juliet by Marla Holt When Juliet Hawthorne met Dr. Ethan Harvey during her final semester of nursing school, she thought he was hot, but too arrogant to be worth the trouble. Plus she had Rich, the only man Juliet thought she’d ever want. But when Juliet’s world shattered, Ethan was the only … Continue reading Review for “Ethan & Juliet” by Marla Holt
About Yours Truly, Cammie by S.J. Sylvis I follow one rule in life: Don’t get involved with a Marine. After this past year of heart-wrenching misery, and an entire childhood as daughter of one of the highest ranked officers in the Marine Corps, I’ve had enough of saying goodbye. I’ve had enough heartbreak to last … Continue reading Review for “Yours Truly, Cammie” by S.J. Sylvis
About Naive in Love by Tori Alvarez How do you know what love is if you have never experienced it? Love or infatuation? How's one to tell? Sophia is having trouble navigating these new experiences during her first year in college. Each time someone tells her to follow her heart, she is even more confused … Continue reading Review for “Naive in Love” by Tori Alvarez
About The Other Lane: A Modern Fairy Tale by Marla Holt Lane Benjamin never believed in fairy tales. Once upon a time, she had big dreams, but they never seemed to come true. Divorced, disappointed, and still a barista at twenty-seven, she feels like she's had an anti-Fairy Godmother. Then one day, the devastatingly handsome … Continue reading Review for “The Other Lane: A Modern Fairy Tale”
About "Between the Waves" by Ellie Malouff Sex, suspense, and romance in one enticing tale of former pro surfer Jake Garrant and a mysterious woman who calls herself Audrey Logan. AUDREY I moved to a small town on the island of Maui, ready to live out my days on my own and far away from … Continue reading Review for “Between the Waves” by Ellie Malouff
About "Never Forget (The Safeguarded Heart Book Three)" by Melanie A. Smith Just when Serafina Evans seems to have figured out how to make the relationships in her life work, the loose ends she knew might come back to haunt her threaten to unravel it all. But if she’s learned anything from her hardships, it’s … Continue reading Review for “Never Forget” by Melanie A. Smith
I saved him. Little did I know that saving him would save me. I've been running since I turned seventeen. Running from a past that continues to haunt my dreams. Running can only get you so far, sooner or later what you've been running from will catch up. Will I survive when it does? Eleanor … Continue reading Review of “Saving Ellie” byWhitney R.B.
Happy Write About It Wednesday, Writers! I hope you have had a great and productive week so far. I’ve been hibernating and reading the past few days. We had the first snow of the season on Saturday. It was a record breaking 10 ½ inches. The most we have ever had in one day. We … Continue reading Write About It Wednesday: Snow Day