Posts Categorized: Romance


Book Review: Green Tea Latte To Go by Aven Ellis

Book Review: Green Tea Latte To Go by Aven Ellis

November 10, 2016 Book review 3 ★★★★

Who doesn’t need some sweet, uplifting books in their literary diet!  I know I do.  I crave them, in between my gritty thrillers.  And Aven Ellis delivers some of the sweetest, and some of the most uplifting books out there. First Line of Green Tea Latte To Go by Aven Ellis… Read more »

Book Review: Caching In by Tracy Krimmer

Book Review: Caching In by Tracy Krimmer

July 30, 2016 Book review 7 ★★★

Caching In by Tracy Krimmer was the winner of my July to-be-read book and most people who choose that book commented that it looked like a sweet summer romantic read.  And it was and it wasn’t!   First Line of Caching In by Tracy Krimmer “My ass was going to… Read more »

Book Review: The Last Anniversary by Liane Moriarty

Book Review: The Last Anniversary by Liane Moriarty

July 14, 2016 Book review 10 ★★★★

Guess who is still binge-reading Liane Moriarty’s entire back catalogue.  Meeee!  The Last Anniversary  by Liane Moriarty is my latest and it’s another good solid entertaining read just as I’ve come to expect from this author.     Balancing the books is a quick fire review where I list the… Read more »

Book Review: Kiss River by Diane Chamberlain

Book Review: Kiss River by Diane Chamberlain

July 12, 2016 Book review 10 ★★

Warning, rant ahead! OK, you guys know I LOVE Diane Chamberlain.  I raved about Necessary Lies and The Lost Daughter.  And I’m going to continue loving her and reading all her books despite this rant about Kiss River.  The hate is for a topic that waves a red flag before… Read more »

Book Review: Flawed by Cecelia Ahern

Book Review: Flawed by Cecelia Ahern

April 20, 2016 Book review 3 ★★★½

I’ve had a bit of an up/down relationship with previous books by this Cecelia Ahern. Some I’ve adored and I read them before I rated books but they would have been rock solid 5 stars (Love Rosie, If You Could See Me Now) but then others have been that bit… Read more »