Sometimes a story is just so satisfying. Catie and Danny are magnificent. I absolutely loved them.
Nalini Singh destroys us with another amazing love story.
I didn’t realize that the Winter Olympics started. What perfect timing!
Shining Through was a wonderful balance of characters, locations and the backstage hardships of competative figure skating.
I had a hard time connecting with these characters. The story was okay, but there was nothing exceptional to it. This is the first of a new series but other than Gwen’s brother, Chris, there no other stand out secondary character who caught my interest. Chef Gwen Lalonde thought that she was helping her boss/boyfriend when […]
I enjoyed the chemistry of the main characters. It was just the conflict which caused a great deal of painful eye rolling.
This story had potential and the characters had chemistry, but character stupidity can’t be covered up with more hot, naked scenes.
I loved the energy in this book. Lainey’s excitrment and dedication for the game rejuvenated Gabe’s love for it and Gabe showed Lainey how she could enjoy life as well as be dedicated.
I thought I might go back and try to finish this one but I was so uninterested in this story, it was time to admit defeat.
Cecy Robson plays havoc with your emotions. She drags you in and truly has you suffer alongside her characters, whether it be a paranormal or contemporary story. By this time, I should know better and have a happy, lighthearted book set aside as my next read.
A captivating set of characters. This is the last novel in the series but it stands on its own. Definitely worth a read.