Book Review: Jagged Ink by Carrie Ann Ryan

The large majority of romance novels focus on the dating and beginning stages of the couple. Very few explore what happens are the wedding vows. How does a couple find their way back to each other after a tragedy? How do they cope? The first few times, this book came across my email, I ignored …

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Chapter Excerpt: Jagged Ink by Carrie Ann Ryan

ABOUT JAGGED INK – Available February 19th, 2019   The Montgomery Ink: Colorado Springs series continues with a couple fighting to keep what they thought they had and gain what they didn’t know they needed.   Roxie Montgomery met her soul mate when she least expected it. When he asked her to marry her, she …

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Book Review: Keeping her Close by Casey Diam

Brandon Kuvat is a playboy pilot who runs a multi-million dollar company with his father and uncle. He has kept his heart closed off for the last ten years--when he was supposed to become a dad. That whole relationship crashed and burned. He was so burned, he doesn't let any woman close to him. The …

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Book Review: Miss Demeanor by Beth Rinyu

  I will admit that I had a few issues with Rose's attitude especially in the beginning. Now after reading the entire novel, I wonder if her attitude at the beginning is overtly so to showcase how dramatically she changed. But there is one quote that stuck with me: "I knew he [father] was expecting …

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Book Review: Because You’re the Love of My Life by Sarah Kleck

Annie has longed to feel those butterflies in in tummy and be with the love of her life. She thought she found him senior year of high school. Things just didn't work out that way until she met Holden. Holden is a college baseball player who gets injured during the game Annie watched. Holden and Annie start to build a life together. First, she finally admits to loving him and moves in with him. It takes Holden awhile for Annie to trust him. He's patient. Over time, things change. They take each other for granted--move apart emotionally. But they still love each other. 

Book Review: Evan’s Encore by R.B. Hillard

Evan Walker is the new keyboardist in Meltdown. He was officially invited to join the band after he helped Meltdown out after their previous keyboardist was killed by their lead guitarist. The band needed to complete a short three month tour for publicity. Evan's wife of nine years was furious that he joined the band even after he bought her a new Porsche and a McMansion of a house. His sister and brother tried to tell him that his wife was cheating on him, but he didn't want to listen. He didn't listen when a previous band mate told him the same thing months later. But he had to be sure, he had LASH, a private security company that the band uses look into it. They found that his wife, Mandy was not only cheating on him but was didn't actually work at the pharmaceutical company she told him. That most of their marriage has been riddled with lie after lie.  Evan moves in with the country bar owner of Margo's, Quinn. 

Book Review: Sean by Giulia Logomarsino

Sean has been with Vira for over a year and a half, yet he cannot get her to commit to him. What guy wouldn't want Vira--she's incredible in bed and a little spitfire. Sean can barely get her to talk to him. The only think he knows about her job is that she hates it. He can't get her to open up to him. He finally walks away from her. Only she keeps coming back--he keeps letting her in. 

Frosted Sweets A.M. Willard

Frosted Sweets A Taste of Love Series: Book 1A.M. WillardJayden Rivers knows the moment he accidently bumps into a sweet Morgan carrying her wedding dress that there is something special about her. When he realizes that she ownes the bakery that the studio orders food from--he thinks fate is intervening. But Morgan begins dating Nick, Jayden's …

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