Review: Mimi Jean Pamfiloff’s Accidentally … Over? is a fun romp

imageI won’t say I’ve been counting the days for the release of Mimi Jean Pamfiloff’s ACCIDENTALLY … OVER? because that might mean I was looking forward to the final book in her Accidentally Yours series.

However, I was really looking forward to Máax’s story. Yes, I really dig the idea of an invisible Mayan god of truth. I. Do. Especially when he’s seven feet tall and built. Proportional in all things. Really.

If you’re not familiar with this series, it’s about Mayan gods, vampires, and assorted otherworldly beings who tend to stave off wars and famines and help out humanity …

Review: Donna Kauffman’s Sandpiper Island is a must-read romance of the heart and spirit

imageDon’t be surprised to hear that I’m moving to Maine. Once again Donna Kauffman has written a siren song about a small coastal Maine town that has me jonesing not just for a vacation, but a life-changing move.

If you’re looking to lose yourself in a romance for a few hours, pick up the third book in Donna Kauffman’s The Bachelors of Blueberry Cove series, Sandpiper Island. The only problem with this book is that after the last page is turned, I don’t want to leave Blueberry Cove. I. Don’t. My one wish is that Sea Glass Sunrise, …

Release Day Interview: Mimi Jean Pamfiloff discusses her Accidentally Yours series and what’s next

imageimageimageimageimageimageimageMimi Jean Pamfiloff is swinging by the blog today to help celebrate the release of her fifth – and final – Accidentally Yours title, Accidentally … Over?

OMG I can’t believe this is the final title in the fun and fantabulous paranormal series that has more hot gods and vampires than any girl could dream of. If you haven’t read it yet, this is the perfect time as you’ll be able to read all the titles – without having to wait for publication dates. Happy dance!!! If, like me, you’ve been reading these from the beginning, today’s a bit bittersweet.

Review: Jill Shalvis’ It’s In His Kiss is the perfect read. Really. It. Is.

imageI know if I tell you that there are some authors that just resonate with me you’ll know what I’m talking about, because you have the same experience. That’s why we love to read. Confession time. I’d never read a Jill Shalvis book till a year ago. I know. I must have been living in a cave.

Knowing that I love to read romance, have a slightly quirky (strange) sense of humor, and love books set on the coast – any coast – a friend recommended a series to me last summer that they thought I’d love. The series? Jill

Review: Diana Palmer’s recent titles feature down-home romance, suspense, and a great deal of faith

Diana Palmer’s Long, Tall Texans series is a secret addiction. I got hooked on these books a while ago and did a crazy happy dance in June when the last of these titles was reissued digitally by Harlequin. I’ll be rereading the series soon – this time entirely on my Kindle – but first I needed to catch up with some of her new titles.

I received a galley copy of Invincible from the publisher and read it a week ago. But, I’ll be frank, even though this is a stand-alone title there were so many references to what happened …