For The Wolf by Hannah Whitten | Book Review

For The Wolf by Hannah Whitten has a cover that is like catnip to me. Looking at that cover of the red contrasted with the green and white of the Wilderwood and aesthetically, I am sold. Then we have the tagline about two sisters, one is for the throne and one is for the wolf. […]

Return To Magnolia Harbor by Hope Ramsay | Book Review

One thing that I love about romance novels? You can just drop right into a series without having read the previous books! Return To Magnolia Harbor is the third book in Hope Ramsay’s Moonlight Bay series. It also happens to be both the first book from the series and the first book by Ramsay that I’ve […]

Kiss My Cupcake by Helena Hunting | Book Review

Is there anything so wonderful as sinking into a book by a trusted author? Helena Hunting certainly makes my list of trusted contemporary romance authors. Kiss My Cupcake was a book I seriously could have read in a single sitting if I did not have a number of different responsibilities to fulfill. In fact, this book […]

5 Audiobooks Under 5 Hours

If you are new to trying audiobooks, a short listen might be right up your alley. These 5 audiobooks under 5 hours long are not a huge time commitment. I think of it as being a taste of the wonderful world of audiobooks. They are a way to ease into listening to books. And honestly, […]

Counting On A Countess by Eva Leigh | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Counting On A Countess by Eva Leigh? Counting On A Countess by Eva Leigh is the second book in the London Underground series. Honestly, I don’t remember a whole lot from book one except I think the main heroine was a sex worker? Anyways, I decided to give Counting On A […]

Allison: The Midnight Watch: A Novel of the Titanic and the Californian | David Dyer | Book Review

One of the things that has always fascinated me about Titanic is that fact that so many of the tragic events associated with the ship could have been avoided. I mean, there are so many “if only” type of scenarios that can be brought up when discussing the tragedy. For example, “if only there had […]