Tag: romance

Book Review: Tempus by Holly Lauren

Book Review: Tempus by Holly Lauren

October 7, 2015 Book review 14 ★★★½

There were lots of things I loved about this book.  For starters – interesting supernatural powers, lots of intrigue and a couple with a snappy good humoured rapport.  For mains – stimulating science detail to chew over.  And for dessert – characters that break stereotypical moulds.  Now that is sweet!… Read more »

Book Review: The Ideal Girl by Jenny O’Brien

Book Review: The Ideal Girl by Jenny O’Brien

October 5, 2015 Book review 6 ★★★½

I had a lot of fun reading this rom-com book.  Think Bridget Jones meets Grey’s Anatomy meets Carry On Nurse!  Which makes for an entertaining mix up of image issues, innuendo and romantic tension all with a backdrop of a busy city centre hospital. First Line of The Ideal Girl… Read more »

Book Review : Summer Haikus by S J Pajonas

Book Review : Summer Haikus by S J Pajonas

September 3, 2015 Book review 10 ★★★★★

See how cute and romantic that cover is?  Well feel free to judge this book by the cover because it IS cute and romantic and I absolutely loved it. First Line of Summer Haikus by S J Pajonas: “Ripples of energy shoot up my legs as my feet hit the… Read more »

Book Review: Trapped by Scandal by Jane Feather

Book Review: Trapped by Scandal by Jane Feather

July 29, 2015 Book review 6 ★★★★

This is a book that brings the romance AND the history of 18th century Paris and London to the table. All too often historical romantic fiction is too heavily weighted on the romance side or on the history side but Trapped by Scandal combines both effortlessly. First Line of by… Read more »

Book Review : Surviving the Rachel by Aven Ellis

Book Review : Surviving the Rachel by Aven Ellis

March 19, 2015 Book review 8 ★★★★

I feel like a parrot saying this as I’ve said it on the blog before.  But when you want romantic, feel-good feels; Aven Ellis is the author you need to turn to. First Line of Surviving the Rachel by Aven Ellis:  “Drastic times call for drastic measures.” My Thoughts on… Read more »