I don’t know if I should hold up deciding on this story until I read Sweet Tea and Sympathy. Alone, it does nothing for me and Marianne and Carl’s romance was flat.
Publishers Archives: Pocket Star
This was a blend of the good and the bad. It had an interest twist for the series but the romance was sadly lacking.
Chef Gwen Lalonde thought that she was helping her boss/boyfriend when she earned the prestigious three star rating in the Michelin Guide. He was busy trying to become the next Food Network star leaving Gwen to run the place in his stead. He feel his restaurant earning this award in his absence is a betrayal […]
This story had potential and the characters had chemistry, but character stupidity can’t be covered up with more hot, naked scenes.
I was a bit disappointed in this novella. Since we already knew the characters of Ophelia and Jamie, we should have jumped right in and gotten more out of this story. It ended up being more of a filler and a lead in to the next novel coming out in 2017 The Accidental Sire.
Detective Maura O’Halloran is certain Keenan Shy, the man who killed her brother and sister-in-law, is back in Boston. She also believes that his cousin, Roland Chandler has a better idea of how to find Keenan than he is letting on. At this point, she is willing to try anything to get his cooperation, even […]
I was happy and disappointed with this novella. I was happy to see that Baby Thor and his grumpy bear boyfriend got their own story, but I would have liked more story that wasn’t just sex and the back and forth angst of will they or won’t they stay together.
Maybe it was the Shenanigans gift certificate that put her over the edge. When children’s librarian and self-professed nice girl Jane Jameson is fired by her beastly boss and handed twenty-five dollars in potato skins instead of a severance check, she goes on a bender that’s sure to become Half Moon Hollow legend. On her […]