Posts Categorized: Blog Tours

Apr 14
Emma’s Home Blog Tour

Emma’s Home Blog Tour

Kristen’s Review: Emma’s Home is the first book in Maryann Jordan’s Fairfield Series. It is a standalone with a HEA. The story centers around a sweet realistic woman named Emma. She is down to earth and takes life as it comes. At the age of 18 a tragedy leaves her as the guardian of her young niece. With hard work and determination she gets her and her niece through college. Years later she moves to the town of Fairfield where her niece now lives with her boyfriend. Jake. Jake is everything I love in a male lead. He is a smart, loving, sexy, protective alpha.(and he is a detective!) He… Read more »

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Apr 14
Bird After Bird Blog Tour

Bird After Bird Blog Tour

Tana’s Review: This book tugs on your heart strings from the very first page and doesn’t let go well after the last words are read. Leslea Tash did an amazing job of telling the story of Wren and Laurie. (Aka Larry Byrd no, not that Larry Byrd) I know what you’re thinking a love story about a bird watcher and a man named Larry Byrd, but stop right now I was a little skeptical when I read the description of this book too. But Trust me when I tell you this book has quickly become one of my favorite love stories so far this year! Keep reading you’ll understand. This… Read more »

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Apr 09
Against All Odds

Against All Odds

Alicia’s Review: “I’m twenty-four, and my life’s a mess.” I can’t say just how excited I was to read this book! I’ve been a fan of Angie’s Dreamy Reads book blog for the last 2 years and when I heard she had written a book I jumped at the chance to read it. “How do I heal a marriage when I’m broken?” Kylie Bailey’s life truly is a mess. After suffering a devastating loss, she and her husband Cooper just can’t cope with their emotions. Kylie, in an effort to make her husband feel something, anything suggests they try an open marriage. That’s where things get interesting. Grayson, Cooper’s best… Read more »

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Apr 03
Throttle Me by Chelle Bliss

Throttle Me by Chelle Bliss

Kristen’s Review: First off take a look at the cover! OMG *fans self* It’s one of the best covers this year! YUM!!! Throttle Me by Chelle Bliss is book #1 in her new Men of Inked Series. The story follows tattoo artist “City” Joseph Gallo and Teacher Suzy McCarthy. These two meet on the side of the road after her car breaks down. City could not help himself from stopping to help a hot lady in need. Now I will admit the beginning of this book was a bit cheesy but hell, as soon as City opened his mouth I was completely hooked. The words, oh my, his words are… Read more »

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Apr 02
Review: Dark Love by Olivia Howe

Review: Dark Love by Olivia Howe

Tana’s Review: Dark Love by Olivia Howe **** ½ stars I would like to start off by saying that this book is one of the best paranormal romance books that I have read in a long time. This story centers around two sisters Nina and Caroline. They have suffered a great deal in their short lives and for Nina she has fallen into a deep pit of despair that she may never learn to get out of. That is until she meets Andrew. He is the light to her dark and he becomes her happiness. What makes the deal even sweeter? He has a brother! William is just as amazing… Read more »

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Apr 01
Picture Perfect by Elisabeth Grace

Picture Perfect by Elisabeth Grace

Kristen’s Review:  Picture Perfect by Elisabeth Grace is book #2 in the Limelight Series. It can be read as a standalone.  Skye Summers grew up in a political family. She knows how to act and what is expected of someone growing up the way she did. She lands her first adult job and is excited to pave her own way. That is until she meets her new boss… Landon Steele is a hardworking playboy that has been busy building his own empire. He is looking forward to expanding his PR firm to the west coast. But when he meets his new assistant he is in for a shock… I loved… Read more »

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Mar 28
8 Weeks Blog Tour

8 Weeks Blog Tour

Kristina’s Review: Cheating is always a hard subject to tackle in as a plot line. It hits on so many nerves, and emotions with readers. No matter how you don’t want to personalize the situation, you do. It can literally make a reader’s decision of whether they hate a book or love it. With that said, this is not one of those stories where your opinion on cheating with over shadow the actual story. It’s sort of hard to get frustrated at either side, because the author wrote the cheating scenario very differently than I’ve read it before. Cal, and Shelly are highschool sweethearts who set out to prove that… Read more »

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Mar 25
New Release! Breaking Kate by D. Kelly

New Release! Breaking Kate by D. Kelly

Tana’s Review: Wow, is the first word that comes to mind when I think of Breaking Kate. Hats off to D. Kelly, for doing such an amazing job writing from multiple POVs. She not only managed to tell essentially one story through multiple eyes but she did so in a way that was flawless and melded together nicely. With that said, Breaking Kate could put any Jerry Springer episode to shame. There is a very intricate web filled with love, loss, grief, and drama. Michael and Katherine were set to be married and through unforeseen tragic events he broke her heart leaving her without another glance. Michael misses Katherine and… Read more »

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Mar 18
New Release Dominic by LA Casey

New Release Dominic by LA Casey

Kristen’s Review: This story takes place in Ireland. It’s about a high school student named Bronagh and the twin, school transfer students from America. Her parents are deceased and her older sister is her guardian. Dominic was a story that was all over the place. I did in fact finish the story so it was interesting enough for me. There were parts of the story that I enjoyed like the descriptions and scenes with all the Slater brothers. Talk about a hot bunch of guys! Another thing I really liked is the cover! 5 stars for that hot cover! Things I didn’t care for all of the fighting and drama… Read more »

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Mar 17
New Release Reclaiming the Sand

New Release Reclaiming the Sand

Tana’s Review: Reclaiming the Sand by Meredith Walters ****1/2 stars Reclaiming the Sand is a love story unlike any that I have ever read; (and I read A LOT). I was unsure how it would turn out, but I knew that I couldn’t put it down; I had to know what was coming next. Meredith has created characters that are raw and real. You will hate them; you will cry for them; you will cheer them on; and you will feel the overwhelming emotions that will infuriate you and make you smile right along with the characters. Ellie has been dealt a crappy hand and to be honest she only… Read more »

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