I’m Reading: Highland Games by Evie Alexander

Zoe uproots everything when her great-uncle leaves her a run-down cabin in the Scottish Highlands. The cabin is the scene of her happiest childhood memories, and she hopes it will be where she finds herself and her future away from the pressures of London life. But her rosy memories of a rustic summer are no … Continue reading I’m Reading: Highland Games by Evie Alexander

I’m Reading: So Not My Thing by Melanie Jacobson

Elle Jones has learned the hard way that the Internet is forever. After a humiliating teenage rejection by her pop star crush went viral, it threatened to follow her forever. But she regrouped and rebuilt. She's now on track to a wildly successful career in New Orleans real estate...until the man who wrecked her life … Continue reading I’m Reading: So Not My Thing by Melanie Jacobson

I’m Reading: The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas

Catalina Martín has a problem. When she discovered that her newly-engaged ex would be best man at her sister's wedding in Spain, she may have accidently let slip that she would be bringing a date. Not just a date, though, a boyfriend. A handsome, charming, non-existent boyfriend. It was that or showing up single (again) … Continue reading I’m Reading: The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas

I’m Reading: Finding Joy by Adriana Herrera

Warning: Contains Spoilers 26-year-old American Desta Joy Walker begin his life in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The country was his father's first love as well as the place of his death. When Desta tries to follow in his father's footsteps as an aid worker, he finds the shoe doesn't quite fit. He reconnects with his heritage … Continue reading I’m Reading: Finding Joy by Adriana Herrera

I’m Reading: Suddenly Psychic by Elizabeth Hunter

While I love Paranormal Romance, the genre has been flooded with vampires, shapeshifters, and twenty-year-old ass-kicking women. A new genre has popped up for readers who like their magic a little more subtle and their relationships a little more varied. Paranormal Women's Fiction features older women with magic, struggling through life changes, identity, and the … Continue reading I’m Reading: Suddenly Psychic by Elizabeth Hunter

I’m Reading: A Cruel Kind of Beautiful by Michelle Hazen

Jera McKnight has sworn off men. Relationships will only end in heartache, since her last boyfriend convinced her she could never keep a man happy. Instead she pours her heart into her drums, making music and fighting towards the big time with her best friend Danny and lead singer, Jax. When gorgeous Jacob accidently throws … Continue reading I’m Reading: A Cruel Kind of Beautiful by Michelle Hazen

I’m Reading: The Match by Sarah Adams

Evie works for Southern Service Paws, helping clients with disabilities match with highly trained service dogs. When she gets an email to meet with the father of Sam, an eleven-year-old girl with epilepsy, Evie is especially eager to help someone with her own diagnosis find independence. The problem is that the email setting up the … Continue reading I’m Reading: The Match by Sarah Adams

I’m Reading: Verity by Colleen Hoover

If you're a fan of the classic gothic romance Rebecca, this modern Indie romantic suspense will give you all the steamy thrills and chills you're looking for, with polished, sophisticated prose and sympathetically broken characters. Lowen Ashleigh is a struggling author who travels upstate to the gloomy home of Verity Crawford, a famous author who … Continue reading I’m Reading: Verity by Colleen Hoover

I’m Reading: Outmatched by Callihan and Young

Rhys Morgan is a former heavyweight champ in desperate need of cash to keep his gym afloat. Parker Brown is a wealthy environmental research scientist in desperate need of a fake relationship to satisfy a misogynistic boss. It was supposed to be just business. Neither expected to fall in love. It's a classic collection of … Continue reading I’m Reading: Outmatched by Callihan and Young

I’m Reading: Hands Down by Mariana Zapata

(Warning: Contains spoilers). The Wall of Winnipeg and Me was my first Mariana Zapata. It was for a lot of folks as it became the exemplar for slow-burn, enemies to lovers with a fake relationship. I went on to read almost everything in Zapata's catalog, and they continue to be comfort-food favorites I return to … Continue reading I’m Reading: Hands Down by Mariana Zapata