Alias by Cari Hunter

Alias by Cari Hunter is a fun ride if you like a great suspense with a bit of mystery thrown in for good measure. A young woman wakes up in a car crash. She is badly injured, the car has gone off the road and she finds herself stuck in a car with a dead woman. A call to emergency services leaves her realising that she has no memory of

Calling The Dead by Ali Vali

Calling The Dead by Ali Vali is set against the backdrop of a devastated New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. It’s the story of a serial killer and the cop who needs to stop him. Detective Sept Savoie is a cop who is not all that interested in relationships and nightmares of her sister who died during Katrina haunt her. She is a good cop and her life revolves around her

All In by Nell Stark

All In by Nell Stark is a gem just waiting to be discovered. This is a romance with a touch of gambling and it was so well meshed together that I can’t believe it hasn’t been done before. Annie Navarro (supernova) is a math whiz. She has won a number of internet poker championships and loves nothing more than the thrill of winning. When she goes to withdraw her significant

Angel Fire by Gerri Hill

Angel Fire by Gerri Hill Is the perfect audiobook. The story is captivating, the narration is spot on and the excitement was just about too much for me to handle. But before I get ahead of myself let me tell you what the story is about. Tori Hunter and Sam Kennedy are on vacation with their friends in an attempt to destress from their jobs in law enforcement. They have

Love's Masquerade by Radclyffe

Love’s Masquerade by Radclyffe is one of her early romances. It has SO much passion that I just love it. Auden Frost needs a job, so she’s hoping her interview will pan out with Palmer Publishing. When she arrives, however, she’s told that she isn’t on the schedule and that the nonfiction editor position has already been filled. Haydon Palmer, the company’s young and beautiful CEO, happens to stop by

The Neighbor by Gerri Hill: Book Review

The Neighbor by Gerri Hill tackles one of my all-time favorite themes of unexpected love. I have always been a sucker for these types of stories, and Hill has proven to be a master of it. In her current interpretation, Hill shows us that love truly can show up in your own backyard. Laura Fry is supposed to be a successful writer living in Dallas. Instead, she’s had to move

Love After Hours by Radclyffe

Love After Hours by Radclyffe is about Carrie Longmire and Gina Antonelli. It takes place in the Rivers community hospital and is part of the Rivers series of books. Carrie excels at being the hospital CEO’s admin and she is the star pitcher for the Rivers softball team. She prides herself on being punctual and efficient which is why she is so taken aback when Gina Antonelli appears in her

Prescription For Love by Radclyffe

Prescription For Love by Radclyffe is a wonderful, angsty romance and I just didn’t want to stop listening. So when it ended I started it all over again. Abigail Remy has just joined the Rivers country hospital as the new ER chief. Not only is this a significant promotion for her, but she has the opportunity to give her transgender son a fresh start in a close-knit community. It seems

Reverie by Eliza Andrews

Reverie by Eliza Andrews is like a deep, dank fog that gets into your brain and your pores and won’t let you out of its clutches even when you finish the last page. Welcome to Reverie, a small town in South Carolina with only a few hundred residents, one salon, one auto shop, and one new arrival. Lucinda Hamilton is fleeing from a terrible past. During the day she does

The Goodmans by Clare Ashton: Book Review

The Goodmans by Clare Ashton is a book with a lot going on. You have romance, a mother-daughter relationship, the ending of a marriage, politics and small town issues. For the sake of my sanity, I am not going to go into each one other than to say they wove together well and make for an interesting read. And the politics escaped me to some degree. Now, let’s get to