Restless Rancher by Jennifer Ryan is the second novel in the Wild Rose Ranch series featuring sisters raised at a brothel where their mamas worked. After reading the sneak peek in the back of Dirty Secrets I was anxious to dive in. Ryan delivered with banter, swoons and more.
When I saw the premise for The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams, I knew that I had to read it and that gut feeling paid off. The tale delivered a hilarious, heart-warming story about a group of men who help a teammate save his marriage using romance novels as their guide.
Aurora Blazing by Jessie Mihalik is the second audiobook in the Consortium Rebellion series. Intense action, snark, swoons and negotiations made for one helluva an addictive listen.
Today I am back with the next two novellas in the Widow’s Island series by Melinda Leigh and Kendra Elliot. While each book contains a murder-mystery case, the romantic arc and overall cold case is best read in order of the novellas release dates. Grab a cup of coffee and check out my reviews.
The Vine Witch written by Luanne G. Smith and narrated by Susannah Jones transports the listener to twentieth century France as it shares a tale of witches, magic, mystery and love.
Dark ‘N’ Deadly by Tee O’Fallon is the third standalone novel in the Federal K-9 series. A young brother in trouble, a dog, and a sexy ATF agent have Tess McTavish almost believing in the happily-ever-after.
The Stalking by Heather Graham is a Krewe of Hunters tale set in Louisiana. It delivered an intense mystery that will have our agents/couple traipsing through the bayou and wandering Jackson Square.
Twice in a Blue Moon by Christina Lauren delivers a second chance romance. It’s a story of family, betrayal and healing.
The Irin Chronicles are addictive, with exotic settings, well-plotted world-building and a romance to swoon for. The story of the Irin, Grigori, and even the Angels have pulled me in. Come see what The Singer did to me….
Today I am sharing the first two standalone audiobooks in the Always Satisfied series by Lauren Blakely. One offers a unique format with singing and the other a full cast of narrators … both will leave you grinning like a fool. Find out why by checking out my Coffee Pot reviews, then grab copies for yourself!