November 2014 Book Reviews

The Heartbeat Journal

The Heartbeat Journal by Ellen Cummins received

4.5 stars from Manic Readers
"The Heartbeat Journal is a nice little love story that I think you’ll like, and which may make you look at life a little differently."

4 hearts from Romance Book Scene
"…this book offers spirituality, along with light suspense"

Dessert First

Dessert First by Lisa Knight received

5 hearts from Romance Book Scene
"Cute, fast sentimental love story"

Ardens Mate

Arden's Mate by Hazel Gower received

5 hearts from The Romance Studio
"Ms. Gower brilliantly mixes plenty of action, suspense and sexy fun with a strong cast of unforgettable characters that the reader can’t help but care about and cheer for!"

Employee of the Month

Employee of the Month by Tracey Rogers received

4 stars from Long and Short Reviews
"Through the whole book I was walking the line between wanting to know what happens next and wanting to savour this wonderful story."

Rejecting His Desire

Rejecting His Desire by Dilys J. Carnie received

A Recommended Read from Harlie's Book!
"I highly recommend Jack and Rose for your next read. I'm telling you it's a quick but fantastic read."

Captivated

Captivated by Ashlynn Monroe received

4 stars from You Gotta Read Reviews
"This book is well written and was surprisingly emotional. The struggles that the three men went through in having to share the woman they all loved was very realistic. The inhumane treatment of the inhabitants of the planet was heartwrenching. And the happy ending was enough to bring a smile to my face. The author did a great job of instilling a sense of complete hopelessness, then bringing sudden joy with…oh, wait. I don’t want to spoil it. I’ll just say that I enjoyed this story very much."

Confession​s of a Sex Demon

Confessions of a Sex Demon by Jaye Shields received

5 flaming lips from Sweet & Spicy Tales
"Confessions is a tangle of extremes from witty dialogue to tender moments, layered landscapes to suspense, and then let’s not forget the hotter than hell smexy times. A story that is sure to grab the reader and won’t let go until the end. Cover is yummy. Characters come alive. Plot will keep you reading."

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