What a nice bonus to the Search & Rescue series and set up for the next.
Category: Blue Collar
This was not what I expected and the ending did seem a bit abrupt, but I did enjoy it. There was a lot of secondary character introduction to set up for future stories.
I liked Sam’s story a lot more than I thought I would. While he was a bit of a jerk in Roadside Assistance, he turns out to be a big softie. In Roadside Assistance, Sam was pretty angry over the fact that his best friend, Foley, was interested in Cyn as more than just a […]
A riveting and exciting story. This is my first D.D. Ayres novel, but I have plans to take a look at the rest of this series.
A sweet, sexy romance. You are going to want to be a Donnigan after reading this story.
You would think that a story about a shut-in as part of a murder investigation would get boring since it is written in first person and she doesn’t leave her house, but it was full of excitement and intrigue as Daisy and her home become an intricate part of the final climax of the story.
I fluctuated with how much I enjoyed this story. While I don’t need stories with millionaires in suits, every time I settled into the story, it would get too crass and it would hit me wrong. Of course, I need to know what happens next.
[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]Sara Humphreys succeeds in writing romantic suspense where others have failed. She strikes a perfect balance of suspense, excitement and romance and kept me guessing until the final reveal.[/box] New York City and murder become the backdrop for Sara Humphrey’s latest novel in the McGuire Brothers series featuring NYC Police Officer Ronan McGuire and […]
[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]This was presented to me as a stand alone story. As #15 of the Gansett Island series, I can attest that it is far from it. There was too many side stories going on and I couldn’t get into the novel. This was a DNF for me.[/box] I will start out by telling […]
Of course the story Ain’t She Sweet is about the one Abbott sibling who is always contrary and competitive. Unlike her laid back sibs, Charley doesn’t want the HEA that her parents have. Who wouldn’t want a Tyler of their very own?