I came across Never Say Spy by Diane Henders in the Kindle bookstore and I couldn’t resist buying it. You all know I’m a huge fan of romances and I love to sink myself into a good series where I can escape for days, but that’s not why I wanted to buy this book. Nope. I bought Never Say Spy because I wanted to lose myself in a different kind of fantasy: Good Girl Gone Spy 😉
In honor of March Madness, I decided to do a review of a basketball romance!!! This was really exciting for me because I very much enjoy sports romances but I hadn't yet read a basketball romance. #excusetobuyanewbook!
I got Sparrow, by L.J. Shen, as a free book on Kindle. This one intrigued me because it made the Amazon International Best Sellers list and those books don't often make my radar. I decided to review it because St. Patrick's Day is upon us and this one's all about the Irish mob in Boston. Seems fitting, right?
As Jeriann and I were putting together our blog lists for March, I realized that I own an entire series of books with holidays for titles. I picked this one because Valentine's Day just passed and Mardi Gras is approaching. This is the second-to-last book in the McKinloch series, but it stands on its own, so I'm comfortable writing about it without fear of spoilers. I will say that I recommend reading the series in order if you're interested.
Guys, I am really excited for this review! Why, you ask? Because it's my first requested review!!! My friend Deana sent me the link for The Knocked Up Plan, by Lauren Blakely, on Goodreads and asked me to review it. If you've read any of my reviews before, you probably won't be surprised to know that I actually own another Lauren Blakely book and, after reading the blurb, I figured this one was right up my ally. I was not disappointed.
If you want a book with a sexy cajun marine who knows what he wants, a sassy heroine with daddy issues, and some really (really really) steamy sex scenes, All Knighter would be a good choice.
Yesterday was Veterans Day and to celebrate I’m going to review a military romance written by a retired petty officer in the Royal Canadian Navy. I discovered American Bad Boy by Eddie Cleveland when I entered a contest to win some free books. I did not win - this isn’t one of those stories - but I also didn’t read the fine print. Suddenly, my email inbox was inundated with newsletters from what felt like about a billion and a half indie romance novelists. I spent 2 weeks reading all of the daily newsletters and then I started weeding them out.
The only newsletter I still receive is Cleveland’s...