Meet Cute Club (Sweet Rose #1) by Jack Harbon

Meet Cute Club (Sweet Rose #1) by Jack Harbon Jordan Collins doesn’t need a man. What he needs is for his favorite author to release another one of her sexy supernatural novels and more people to sign up for the romance book club that he fears is slowly and steadily losing its steam. He alsoContinue reading “Meet Cute Club (Sweet Rose #1) by Jack Harbon”

Pride and Papercuts (The Austens #5) by Staci Hart

Pride and Papercuts (The Austens #5) by Staci Hart Hate is a strong word. Depending on the company, loathe is a good substitute. Abhor might be a little fancy, but it gets the job done. But the word that really sums up how I feel about Liam Darcy is, without question, hate. He doesn’t seemContinue reading “Pride and Papercuts (The Austens #5) by Staci Hart”

My Favorite Book Boyfriends

Let’s talk book boyfriends! They are usually so much better than real life ones haha. Yes, they are often super unrealistic, but hey, that’s what books are for. Authors get to literally create someone great, it’s like build a boyfriend! On a side note, I have always wanted to know how an author would describeContinue reading “My Favorite Book Boyfriends”

Gerard (The Aerowyn Tales #1) by Carla Reighard

Gerard (The Aerowyn Tales #1) by Carla Reighard Two brothersTwo cursesOne lesson In this retelling of a tale as old as time, the enchantress Aerowyn curses and separates two beastly brothers, Gerard and Antoine, to punish them for their selfishness and cruelty. Having learned the truth about his cursed past, Gerard must now face hisContinue reading “Gerard (The Aerowyn Tales #1) by Carla Reighard”

Travel Guide: Tokyo, Japan

Japan is marvelous, it is literally the country of the future. The people are so kind and courteous, the architecture is grand and beautiful, the public transportation is easily navigable, and there is so much to do! My sister and I did a trip through Japan and China, travelling for about 5 weeks, and spentContinue reading “Travel Guide: Tokyo, Japan”

Cat’s Got Your Heart by Jem Zero

Cat’s Got Your Heart by Jem Zero A fluffy feline isn’t the only thing they’re fighting for… Adopting a cat doesn’t sound hard. Then Jericho Adams meets Harinder Mangal, the surly pet store employee who loves animals and hates customers. Their first encounter inspires more than simple loathing—it puts the ball in motion for anContinue reading “Cat’s Got Your Heart by Jem Zero”

September Wrap Up

As usual, I read so many books this month! I have always been a pretty avid reader, but because of Covid-19, it has really kicked it up a notch (or ten). Thank goodness for Kindle Unlimited, otherwise I would really be poor with all the books I would need to buy. Here is a listContinue reading “September Wrap Up”

My Favorite Fictional Heroes

Favorite of Fiction continues with My Fictional Heroes! I am a big sucker for a good hero / heroine who saves the world! Many people hate the ‘chosen one’ trope, but I honestly don’t mind it because I know the book will be full of action and asskicking with a very cool hero. I willContinue reading “My Favorite Fictional Heroes”

New Tattoo!

I am no stranger to tattoos. I literally got my first one the morning of my 18th birthday and have added a few more over the years. I am not one of those people who think all tattoo have to have a lot of meaning (though if they do for you, more power to you),Continue reading “New Tattoo!”

The Match by Sarah Adams

The Match by Sarah Adams Having worked for Southern Service Paws for a few years now, I like to think I’m prepared for just about any client meeting under the sun. I am dead wrong. The day I meet with single dad, Jacob Broaden, about potentially matching his daughter with one of our service dogs,Continue reading “The Match by Sarah Adams”

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