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 […]

You Love Me by Caroline Kepnes | Book Review

When I was hanging out in labor and delivery waiting to give birth, I decided it would be a good time to finish watching You season two. After all, we did not have my toddler there so did not need to keep the TV on something that is appropriate for a three year old to […]

Summer At Lake Haven by RaeAnne Thayne | Book Review

A few years ago, I got really sucked into RaeAnne Thayne’s Haven Point series. I binge read book after book from the series and got used to the format which basically was Christmas set book, spring/summer set book and repeat. So, when I saw Summer At Lake Haven was coming up and I guess wrapping the series, I […]

Dream A Little Dream by Melinda Curtis | Book Review

I love finding new to me romance authors and then devouring their works. Melinda Curtis has caught my attention with her Sunshine Valley series. It’s a fun replacement for the Haven Point series by RaeAnne Thayne and just so refreshing. Dream A Little Dream is the third book in the series and was a good reminder […]

Christmas On Reindeer Road by Debbie Mason | Book Review

I seriously just love Debbie Mason’s books. Christmas On Reindeer Road is the fourth book I’ve read by Debbie Mason and I’ll admit, I have read absolutely none of her books in order. I may be missing some context, but still, I just love these books. Eventually, I think I’ll go back and read the ones […]

A Very Merry Match by Melinda Curtis | Book Review

A Very Merry Match by Melinda Curtis was so different from what I expected. I think that it’s nice to be surprised by a holiday book, however. I was expecting a little bit more steamy based upon the description, but this book veered in a more sweet direction. It does a wonderful job of capturing […]