Monday, November 5, 2018

Review: Best Man For The Wedding Planner (Mills & Boon True Love)

Best Man For The Wedding Planner (Mills & Boon True Love) Best Man For The Wedding Planner (Mills & Boon True Love) by Donna Alward
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Oy. I don't get bridezillas. It's just a wedding. Are they planning to drive their poor husbands that crazy?

She should have her own wedding here one day.

Awkward.

Oh dear. Poor thing. So much makes sense now.

Hey, girl. Chill out! He only wants to help. You should have an assistant, anyway.

Won't she be contagious at the wedding?

He's Superman.

I'm cold just thinking about these sculptures.

Poor woman is surrounded by the thoughts of pregnancy.

I've never had a flu shot and don't plan on it.

Aw, that really was subtly romantic.

She could have saved some eggs at least.

Hindsight is twenty-twenty.

I don't know anything about skiing, but I guess it's a useful skill in Canada.

And that's why I wear a watch.

Duchess potatoes. Fancy. I will have to try them.

Harper's reject pile is any aspiring artist's dream pile.

If anything, at least she doesn't have to deal with periods and cramps anymore.

Dogsledding sounds fun.

I'm glad he didn't pressure her into sleeping with him.

They both need therapy.

I blame her parents for this whole thing. Her father left her mother, who became cold and "realistic", which translated to her thinking that all life decisions must be made rationally.

Good luck, Steve.

Attagirl.

I want to attend their wedding.

Where have you been, Adele? Of course that's an option, didn't someone tell you at the hospital?

Best wedding present ever.

I received a free copy from Jenna Bayley-Burke and Donna Alward in exchange for an honest review.

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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Review: Fractured Honor

Fractured Honor Fractured Honor by Kaylea Cross
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dammit, what was Command thinking?

He should go inside. His family deserves to know he's safe.

Poor Carter, and Molly.

Ella is so cute.

I'm on Carter's side.

He did a good thing for Walter.

No dirty thoughts in front of the child!

Interesting story. I hope Ella doesn't have nightmares tonight.

Something is up with this Brian guy.

So creepy.

Son-of-a-mother-fluffer!

Why would her parents be angry with her brother for defending a little girl?

That's a nice memory to have with his dad.

I was not expecting this.

Haha, the dog is not cooperating.

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Monday, October 29, 2018

Review: For Sarah's Sake

For Sarah's Sake For Sarah's Sake by Mona Risk
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Geez, what the hell kind of woman talks to a bereaved child like she's a nuisance?

That's a lot of dating for one doctor.

She's so cute!

Marie was a brave woman.

I want to slap Joey.

Someone arrest "Auntie".

It's so funny how they manipulate little Sarah.

What the hell? What kind of place is this nursing home? Did they check anything before admitting poor Henry?!

Geez, is Heather sleeping with her lawyer, too?

David, stop keeping stuff from your wife!

You suck, Glen. She's a kid.

Turns out her feeling was right, David.

Wow. They all have more forgiveness than I ever could have.

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Saturday, September 29, 2018

What's In a Name?

You ever notice that some actors seem to play different characters with the same name for several years? I always thought it made it easier to remember your lines if you associated this new character with one you had played before.

But lately, I've noticed actors playing characters with their first names. Eddie Cibrian is playing a PI named Eddie on Take Two. And tonight I just started watching a new show called A Discovery of Witches, starring Matthew Goode playing, you guessed it, a vampire named Matthew!

Maybe it's less confusing on set? When they call the actors, maybe they use character names. I don't know. I'm just waiting for Meryl Streep to play a fictional character named Meryl Streep.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Review: Lord of Vice

Lord of Vice Lord of Vice by Erica Ridley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Her sister is lucky that she is so generous.

My goodness she's smart.

Really, Bryony's mom? Curly hair makes you look more feminine?

Talk of money is getting her hot!

The banter is so funny. I can't tell if she is purposely confusing him.

Oh, this shopkeeper is good.

Less chatting about going to the cardroom, more doing it.

It's nice that he cares about his employees.

I kind of want that sampler.

They do know she is still in the room, right?

She isn't as selfless as you think, Max.

Silly twits.

I love his sister.

What a fun game!

Oh honey, if her family want you there, you should go.

Witch.

Omigawd!

You are such an idiot, man.

Aww. Someone knows how to deliver an apology!

I would run to the Crooked Halo.

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Sunday, September 9, 2018

Review: Snowfall on Lighthouse Lane

Snowfall on Lighthouse Lane Snowfall on Lighthouse Lane by JoAnn Ross
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hallucinating is comforting, but he better not tell anyone.

Bodhi sounds like a character. He was lucky to have him as a partner and friend.

Oh, his dad is good.

Good for her. She's not giving up. Her business is a great idea.

Poor Charlene.

That's a good memory she has with her mom.

James is going to end up on the other side of a domestic abuse call one day.

He's doing a good thing for Amanda.

Ugh they really should have reported Deputy Jerkface.

Huh, Miranda Priestley did have Helen Mirren hair.

Haha, young Ryan is whipped!

Snort. Did he get detention at home and at school, I wonder?

What is this, a town prank on an old lady?

Entitled prick.

Intriguing.

Ah, Michael Bannion.

She has great fantasies.

Madison married IV? Why am I not surprised. Their poor kids.

The DC murdered his wife and Bodhi.

Who doesn't love a Christmas love story.

It would be so cool if she could also hear Bodhi!

"Only" spousal abuse? A few more days, and Aiden might have gotten him for murder. Is that preferable, S.A. Douchebag?

I hear ya, Mrs. Hooper.

That was very nice of Ashley. A classy move.

You're a good man, Quinn.

Aww, Jarle is so cute.

Hell no. I would have run screaming from that house as soon as I saw one cat.

Ugh, she's better off staying home and building up her business. Aside from Shelby, what else is waiting in California?

That was sneaky. He's lucky she didn't choke on the omelet.

You definitely have unsuspected depth, Bodhi, to paraphrase Jimmy Stewart.

Yay! So long, sucka! I hope you rot in jail.

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Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Review: Hunting Danger

Hunting Danger Hunting Danger by Katie Reus
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It's sad that they needed a code phrase growing up, but it's also pretty cool.

Handy.

Aw, have a little faith, Gage.

Abusive boyfriends and crooked agents, oh my.

Say what? That's a passenger's worst nightmare.

it was the shock. Sure.

Um, she is aptly named at this moment. That was straight off of PBS.

It's good to have friends in high places.

I would have told her boss's wife.

This douchebag really thinks women are stupid.

Dammit, Layla!

Brooks and Skye are fun.

Leighton tried to kiss a gay woman?

What a psycho.

The lady can take care of herself!

That's true love right there.

Haha, it's a competition!

Omigod, alcohol is like truth serum to her. It's so funny!

So cool! I want a nerdy proposal!

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