Right – Book Review




This is a standalone romance, however it does feature characters from Jana Aston’s previous book, Wrong. You do not need to have read Wrong to enjoy Right, however I recommend you do. Not only is it is a great read, it also gives you the opportunity to get to know the brilliant Everly and of course the beginning of her story.

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Bargain Book of the Week: Owned: Highest Bidder



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Owned: Highest Bidder

I’ve lived a cold, unforgiving life. I’ve seen things, I’ve done things, that would break a man. If they didn’t kill him first.

With my past behind me, I have nothing. No way to atone for my sins and nothing to lift me from the depths of despair I’ve come from. And no one to give me the control that I so desperately desire.

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RoomHate – Book Review




RoomHate is a standalone romance and is unrelated to any of Penelope Ward’s previous titles.


I love Penelope Ward’s books. I have to be honest though I didn’t jump on this book quite as quickly as her previous ones. The last book of hers that I read was Sins of Sevin and to be honest, it wasn’t for me. That being said, I can wholeheartedly jump up and down and say RoomHate is.


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She Never Got to Say Goodbye – Book Review

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She Never Got to Say Goodbye by Ica Iova

When Olivia trades her promising career for a more domestic lifestyle as a wife and mother, she expects many things but never to see ghosts much less be one.

Her life with her handsome husband, Brandon, a successful criminal lawyer, starts as a happy one, but following a tragedy, guilt, alcohol and drugs crush their blissful world in a hurry. One minute Olivia is planning to leave the marriage and the next she’s floating at the foot of her son’s bed. Dead. Murdered. And all evidence points to Brandon as the prime suspect.

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Unsuitable – Book Review




OMG!! I just could not put this book down… Daisy and Kas… Holy Hell!! What a pair!


Right from the start you get to meet Daisy Smith, a tough young woman who is doing her best for her and her brother with the horrible cards that they have been dealt in life.  As she is barely keeping their heads above water, a too good to be true job brings them into a downward spiral that they never expected.


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