I don’t know how anyone could read Peachy Flippin’ Keen without already having a copy of Ain’t She a Peach since it leaves you hanging and thankfully I had review copies of both. 🙂 Molly Harper takes us back to that crazy town by the lake, Lake Sackett, Georgia and the McCready Clan to […]
Publisher: Gallery Books
I love Molly Harper’s presentation of quirky, small-town life. If you like your small town romance with some fun, but without fur and fangs, here is a Molly Harper series for you.
Roomies was my first Christina Lauren novel. Something drew me to this one and I am happy it did. I enjoyed these characters and storyline immensely. Holland is obsessed with a subway musician who plays classical guitar. She call him “Jack” knows his schedule and although she can walk the few blocks to work, […]
Alice Clayton takes us for one last ride through her Hudson Valley town of Bailey Falls and I, for one, will miss it.
I finished this book in a day. Each chapter kept drawing me into the next into the next and then the next thing I knew, it was done.
[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]Alice Clayton does it again. Cream of the Crop is delightful and delicious and not the least bit cheesy. She makes you want to pack up and move to the Hudson Valley. Wait…I live there. I have to find this town.[/box] Advertising executive, Natalie Grayson is a New York City girl from the […]
Kresley Cole’s stories are always enjoyable. I found the most interesting part of this story was seeing the IAD world from an outsider’s perspective, both Jo’s, who is unaware of the Lore and her relationship to it, and Rune’s, who is a member of the Møriør or the Bringers of Doom.
[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]Nuts. This book is full of of them. Everyone in this story is little bit crazy and a great deal delightful. I just loved Leo and Roxie. This book had the same magic as her Redhead series and Wallbanger. It’s a perfect blend of witty banter, romance, sex and fun. [/box] Roxie Callahan […]
Kresley Cole proves that erotica doesn’t need whips and ball-gags. Simple blazing hot passion between two people is hotter than any red room.
The cleverly titled final story to her cocktail series is a novella which ties up all the loose ends and lets us say good-bye to Simon and Caroline in style. It also gives us a reminder that it is the marriage and not the wedding which should be the focus of any engaged couple.