Monthly Archives: February 2014


Review – The Chance by Robyn Carr

Review – The Chance by Robyn Carr

Title: The Chance Series: Thunder Point Author: Robyn Carr Genre: Contemporary Romance Publisher: Harlequin MIRA Release Date: February 25th, 2014 Format: eBook Pages: 368 Source: NetGalley With its breathtaking vistas and down-to-earth people, Thunder Point is the perfect place for FBI agent Laine Carrington to recuperate from a gunshot wound and contemplate her future. The locals embraced Laine as one of their own after she risked her life to save a young girl from a dangerous cult. Knowing her wounds go beyond the physical, Laine hopes she’ll fit in for a while and find her true self in a town that feels safe. She may even learn to open her […]



[Review] His Secrets by Lisa Renee Jones

[Review] His Secrets by Lisa Renee Jones

I’m sure if i’d been following along, the characters of Amber and Tristan and Isabel would have meant more to me. The story that unfolded, however, was well written, with danger and excitement and emotion building to a crescendo. For not knowing what was going on, I was for sure interested in the story that was there, how these characters relate to each other, why are they important to the story– Chris’ story in particular.



If we were having coffee…

If we were having coffee…

I got the idea for this post from The Perpetual Page Turner. It looks like a great way to get a few miscellaneous things off my chest, out of my mind and let people into the scary place that is my brain. If you are so inclined, steal this idea ( as I have done) and do your own ‘If we were having coffee…’ post. And don’t forget to link me so I can get to know you! Here we go…




[Review] Yours Forever by Farrah Rochon

[Review] Yours Forever by Farrah Rochon

Since this is a Harlequin Romance, I can’t pass up the opportunity to present Yours Forever as a passionate love story that takes place in a romantic little town among two strangers destined to be together. The attraction between Matt and Tamryn jumped off the page from the beginning, and though Tamryn initially resisted, it seemed like the wait was worth it. I liked watching the sparks grow into animal lust and that lust grow into a love that would make a man risk his career so the woman he cared for could have what she’s always wanted.




#FridayReads/ Weekend Reads: The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress & more

#FridayReads/ Weekend Reads: The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress & more

  Hello, Sweet Friday! It’s been another week of weather woes here in the Southeast. Let’s hope we begin our Spring early, shall we??? This weekend I hope I’ll be knee deep in some writing, but I have to take advantage of the long spans of time during which I can READ MY FACE OFF. Below are the books I’ll be digging into this weekend: The Wife, The Maid, The Mistress by Ariel Lawhon On a sultry summer night, as rumors circulate about the judge’s involvement in wide-scale political corruption, the Honorable Joseph Crater steps into a cab and disappears without a trace. Or does he? I saw a great […]



The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon [Review]

The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon [Review]

These days, I don’t read most books more than once. My To Read list is too long and too full of great books I haven’t read yet. Every once in awhile, though, I read a book that makes me want to flip back to the beginning and read it again. When I read that sort of book, it gets five stars.

I’m a big fan of Jennifer McMahon. I find her stories eerie, spooky, slightly scary and enormously entertaining. I was highly anticipating The Winter People and it did not disappoint. I was even thinking about it this morning, the weight of the entire story on my shoulders, on my mind.



Sunday Snip: “Get a hold of yourself; it’s just JC.”

Sunday Snip: “Get a hold of yourself; it’s just JC.”

It’s SUNDAY! And I think I’m finally back on track after a harrowing and busy few weeks. Today’s snip comes from my in progress romantic (fanfiction) serial, A Thin Line, the story of a boy and girl that used to love each other, but now despise each other. They say there’s a thin line between love and hate– what are the chances they could love each other again?



#FridayReads/Weekend Reads- Yours Forever by Farrah Rochon + more!

#FridayReads/Weekend Reads- Yours Forever by Farrah Rochon  + more!

  It’s the weekend again, and I don’t think I’m the ONLY person shouting HOORAY! It’s been a helluva week at Day Job– we’re launching a brand new location and so much planning and logistics has fallen to me, since this is a local center. I’ve done everything from pick accent colors and art for walls to putting together a MONDO (like almost $1K) office supply order to picking out snazzy sexy vending machines. Amazing what it takes  to put a place together! It has been crazy busy and I’ve not had much time for reading or writing, but I haven’t forgotten ALL of my posts this week. I am […]