New Release: Finding My Fight by RG Corr

Thursday 25 October 2018 No comments

A perfect marriage?
A beautiful home?
Things are not always as they seem.

To everyone they knew, Ginny’s life with Blake Daniels was perfect. When Blake’s job takes them away from home and the friends Ginny has known since childhood, things start to change. On their own, in an isolated house, the man who held Ginny up through her mother’s passing is no longer the kind, supportive man she thought she’d married. In his place now resides a cruel beast whose only desire is to control her. Ginny’s life as she knows it, becomes indelibly marked with every bruise he leaves on her, and every callous word he sends her way.

When the unthinkable happens, Ginny is forced to find the strength she needs to leave and rebuild her life without Blake. Yet nothing could have prepared her for what was still to come. Ginny believed the nightmare was over, but it was only just beginning. Her husband is back, and there’s only one reason he’s here.

For her.

New Release: WALLFLOWERS One Heart Remains by CP Smith

Tuesday 23 October 2018 No comments

5 Star Review: Lullay by Freya Barker

Monday 22 October 2018 No comments

Another beautiful and enchanting story. I loved it, especially Matt!

OMG that story has left me with a good old dose of the warm fuzzies. There’s something about a man taking on the care and love of a fatherless child that just calls to my psyche.

I’ve been wondering when Matt would receive his own HEA. Having been a stalwart at The Skipper, the bar where all of the other captivating Portland ME stories have been based around, Matt always seemed a little left out, but all that changes when he drives across the country to rescue his sister from his family of religious zealots.

Driving anywhere at Christmas is not without its challenges, especially with the anticipated inclement weather, but trying to undertake a drive like that with a young child who has an ear infection would break the strongest of mothers. Tana (Montana) is just such a mother but thankfully for her, she repeatedly comes across a stranger (Matt) who is more than ready to help her and her daughter, Flynn, out.

Cover Reveal: Hook by Chelle Bliss

Friday 19 October 2018 No comments

Coming Soon: Echoes of Fire by Suzanne Wright

New Release: The Seeker by Elizabeth Hunter

Wednesday 17 October 2018 No comments

The Seeker, an all-new standalone Contemporary Fantasy Romance in Elizabeth Hunter’s Irin Chronicles is NOW LIVE!

He’s a scribe looking for answers. If only a cagey—and frustratingly attractive—singer will let him help.

Summoned to the Gulf Coast of Louisiana, Rhys of Glast, Irin archivist and scribe of Istanbul, must convince a legendary Irina singer to trust him. His success could shift the balance of power all over the Irin world and give singers an important key to their past.

Meera didn’t call for Rhys’s help and she doesn’t need it. The scribe’s mission is to bring more martial magic into the Irin world while Meera has been looking for a path toward peace. She’s convinced that some other motive is at work, and his stubborn arrogance doesn’t pass for charm in her hallowed opinion.

Discovering ancient Irina magic should be something both scholars can agree on, but can these two rivals find any common ground? Neither Rhys nor Meera can ignore the simmering heat between them, but will attraction overcome the caution that has shaped both their lives?

THE SEEKER is the seventh book in the Irin Chronicles, a romantic contemporary fantasy series by Elizabeth Hunter, USA Today bestselling author of the Elemental Mysteries.

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4 Star Review: Erik (Arizona Vengeance #2) by Sawyer Bennett

Monday 15 October 2018 No comments

Another Arizona Vengeance star and another highly entertaining story.

We had a taste of Erik Dahlbeck in Bishop’s story so we knew a little about his playboy ways. Unfortunately for Erik, so does team flight attendant, Blue. Despite Erik’s obvious interest in Blue, she appears oblivious to his charms, the reasons for which become clear as the story progresses. Erik is confounded by Blue’s obvious resistance to his flirting but he’s not about to give up trying to win Blue over.

When he sees another side to Blue, Erik knows that he has to make her see him for who he is and not just his womanising ways. Blue is not only a beautiful woman but a hardworking carer with a brother who has complex support needs. Clearly, a loving and loyal sister, Erik comes to realise that Blue’s time is split between working for the team and looking after her brother and in order to make inroads, where her heart is concerned, he must do so in the knowledge that she comes as a package deal.  What Erik doesn’t expect is to develop a new found friendship with Billy and an even greater appreciation for Blue.

5 Star Review: The Fall Before Flight by LM Halloran

Tuesday 9 October 2018 No comments

As always with LM Halloran, you know before you start reading one of her novels that you should expect the unexpected and that you will be treated to a story unlike no other. The Fall Before Flight was just that: awe-inspiring and a real treat to behold, it left me reeling from the emotions it portrayed. 

The story quickly drew me in thanks to the strength of the characters and strangely the setting. Both Mia (Amelia) and Leo are characters that were destined to be brought to life through the pages of a book. Mia is passionate but broken and Dr. Leo Chastain is just the man to put her back together despite the inner conflict he experiences in relation to his emotions and feelings towards Mia. Set initially in a mental health facility, this is Mia’s last chance to be saved, or so her brother and father think. Denying there is anything wrong with her, other than a penchant for dangerous sporting activities, she can’t understand her brother’s fears for her wellbeing as he begs her to accept his help. 

4 Star Review: Fragments of Ash by Katy Regnery

Monday 8 October 2018 No comments


What I loved about this story is the fresh concept that has been brought to life in this fairy tale adaption to Cinderella. It was so well done. Vivid, real and just like a true fairy tale a hint of dark before the light shines through. This story will twist, turn and surprise you with each turn of the page. 

Katy has such a talent for recreating these tales into something so refreshingly modern and inventive.

Coming soon by LM Halloran

Sunday 7 October 2018 No comments

I didn’t try to kill myself. It was an accident.
No, more than that — a natural disaster.
Fate’s fickle lightning strike.

No one believes me.

I can't blame them, really.
There’s something wrong with me.
I'm incapable of emotions that come naturally
to others. Fear, compassion, love...

I might be a sociopath.

Everyone thinks I’m beyond help.
Everyone but Dr. Leo Chastain.
One of us is going to break the other...

Care to place a bet?

* price increases on release, 10/11

Cover Reveal: Finding My Fight by R.G. Corr

Saturday 6 October 2018 No comments


Check it out and pre-order your copy today!

Genre:  Romantic Suspense

Release Day: October 25th 

New Release by Katy Regnery

Friday 5 October 2018 No comments

Title: Fragments of Ash
(Inspired by "Cinderella")
Collection: A Modern Fairytale
Author: Katy Regnery
Genre: Standalone Contemporary Romance
Release Date: October 1, 2018

5 Star Review: Coming Home to Maple Cottage by Holly Martin

Thursday 4 October 2018 No comments

Coming Home to Maple CottageComing Home to Maple Cottage by Holly Martin
JG's rating: 5 of 5 stars

There something about these seaside stories from Holly Martin that just call out to me. Each story and each location are just too satisfying for words and add in the delectable mix of characters and I’m a done for!

I have to admit, it was this story, in particular, that’s had me climbing the walls whilst waiting for its release. Not to say that its predecessors were disappointing, that would be a practically impossible, but it was something about Isla and Leo’s story that had me salivating for the release of Coming Home to Maple Cottage.

5 Star Review: Picture Perfect Cowboy by Tiffany Reisz

Wednesday 3 October 2018 No comments

Picture Perfect CowboyPicture Perfect Cowboy by Tiffany Reisz
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Who'd have thought a cowboy would fit so well into the Sinners series? Saying that, with the idiosyncratic mix of characters we've already met along the way, I guess anything goes but really, a cowboy!

This cowboy, however, was just too decadent for words. Being a retired Bull-Rider, Jason is now living a quiet life in Kentucky and he has swapped bulls for horses. He thinks his life is just about perfect but still he's lonely. Having fled from his meddling and pious parents, he can pretty much now live life as he pleases but he's still not living a life that's true to himself. When he’s unexpectedly asked to stand in as “Mr November” on a charity calendar, the thought of naked images of himself are enough to give him nightmares and you can only guess what his family would think. Jason does, however, overcome his reservations and arrives at the library ready to bare all to the world, or at least the photographer, Simone.