Review of Graveyard Shift by Casey Daniels

Pepper Martin just can’t seem to stay out of trouble in the latest book, Graveyard Shift.This time it’s Garden View Cemetery resident Eliot Ness asking for Pepper’s help finding his missing ashes. When the suspect is murdered and Pepper’s boyfriend Quinn, her boss and her mother all start acting strangely, things go from bad to […]

Review of Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck by Molly Harper

Marianne McCready has big plans that don’t include moving back to Lake Sackett, GA in Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck.She wants to go to law school and live in the city. But after her mother guilts her into coming home for the summer, Marianne runs into her old high school boyfriend, Carl Dawnson. Marianne […]

Review of Donovan by Glenna Sinclair

When Kate Thompson barely avoids being murdered one night after work, her father hires Gray Wolf Security to protect her. Specifically DonovanPritchard, who was the best friend of Kate’s dead brother.┬áKate still blames Donovan for Joshua’s death and wants nothing to do with him. Unfortunately, she has no choice in the matter. But as things […]

Review of Claim by Sierra Cartwright

Submissive Makenzie Farrell isn’t interested in another series relationship after her divorce in the seconds Bonds book, Claim.She was pretty sure Dominant businessman┬áKennedy Aldrich knew that before they scened together. But Kennedy is determined to keep her and prove to her that he won’t break her trust like other men in her life have. Unfortunately, […]

Review of Keystone by Luke Talbot

When Gail Turner got the chance of a lifetime to go on an archeological dig in Egypt, she never expected to make a discovery that would change everything we knew about Queen Nefertiti in Keystone.The discovery, knows as the Library of Amarna, also brought with it the mystery of a glyph known as the Amarna […]