Month: February 2014

Release Day Blitz with Book Spotlight, Excerpts, and Giveaway: Sophie Moss’ Wind Chime Café

I’m delighted to spotlight Sophie Moss‘ new book, WIND CHIME CAFE, the first in her Wind Chime series. Set in a small island community in the Chesapeake Bay, this book is a beautiful romance and a touching story of learning to trust – again. 
Sophie’s sharing an excerpt and offering a great giveaway that includes the chance to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card. So without further ado, let’s celebrate Sophie’s new book: WIND CHIME CAFE……………BOOK SPOTLIGHT
imageWIND CHIME CAFE by SOPHIE MOSSA Wind Chime Novel Book 1Sea Rose PublishingASIN B00I8OS77SPrice $3.99Publication Date: February 7, …

Review: Tina Wainscott’s Wild on You is a five star, must-read, suspenseful romance with an alpha hero and kick-ass heroine you’ll fall in love with!

imageI’m in a really happy place when I find a new author and series that just is so darn good that I can’t put the book down. It doesn’t matter what genre it is – contemporary, paranormal, romantic suspense, military, historical – if that author sweeps my reader mind away to his or her characters and settings in a way that everything else falls away. It’s a keeper and I’ll recommend it highly.

That said if you like and/or love romantic suspense and military romances, get out and purchase Tina Wainscott’s new books, Wild Hearts (prequel) and Wild on

Book Spotlight and Excerpts: Gwen Hayes’ Mr. Virile and the Girl Next Door

If you’re looking for a hot & steamy read about the attraction of seeming opposites, check out Gwen Hayes’ MR. VIRILE AND THE GIRL NEXT DOOR.  ………………………………..BOOK SPOTLIGHT

imageMr. Virile and the Girl Next Door by Gwen HayesEntangled IndulgenceISBN 9781622664542Price $0.99Publication Date: January 13, 2014
Online dating columnist Dane Martin has no plans to give up his reign as bachelor extraordinaire. He has a reputation to uphold, especially with the upcoming release of his book Coming on Strong.

Holly Winters, everyone’s favorite girl next door, thanks to her blog of the same name, gives advice, but she …

Review: Five stars for Sophie Moss’ Wind Chime Café, a hot and romantic read that touches the heart

imageWind Chime Café by Sophie Moss is a novel that everyone should have on their must-read list. Truly, everyone. From the moment I began reading this story the heroine Annie Malone and her daughter took hold in my heart.

Annie’s dream of opening a restaurant on the Heron Island in the Chesapeake Bay seems to be killed before it can even begin to come to fruition with the return of Navy SEAL and Heron Island native, Will. During their first encounter as Will stumbles into Annie’s new home, and perhaps dream restaurant, he discovers her dream is built upon the …

Review: Three stars for Marie Force’s predictable romance All You Need is Love, the first book in her new Green Mountain series

imageI love reading romances. I love reading small town romances. What I don’t love is feeling like I’m reading a formula romance. You know, let’s set a series in a feel good place, think up some quirky outlandish characters, invent a town mascot, and voila, have a bestselling series. I know this happens to some extent with many romance novels, I’m not that naive, but when I open up the first book in a series and just feel manipulated as a reader from almost the first few pages? Not cool, definitely not cool.

However, I try to be an impartial …