Category: Book Reviews

Cookies and Candlelight by Elizabeth Maddrey – Review

Cookies and Candlelight by Elizabeth Maddrey – Review

by Phyllis Helton
August 12, 2017
Book Reviews

Cookies and Candlelightby Elizabeth Maddrey Series: Baxter Family Bakery #2, Arcadia Valley Romance #8 Published by Unknown Publication Date September 13, 2107 Genres: Christian Fiction, Clean Romance, Romance Setting: Idaho Contemporary Main Character Ages: 25-35 Written for: Adult Pages: 161 Synopsis: What will it take for a former starlet to […]


How to Fetch a Fiancé: A Must Love Dogs Romance by Rachelle J. Christensen – Review

How to Fetch a Fiancé: A Must Love Dogs Romance by Rachelle J. Christensen – Review

by Phyllis Helton
August 12, 2017
Book Reviews

How to Fetch a Fiancéby Rachelle J. Christensen Series: Destination Billionaire Romance #7, Must Love Dogs Romance Publication Date August 5, 2017 Genres: Romance, Clean Romance Pages: 162 Synopsis: Hurt and broken-hearted after a painful divorce, Audrey Blair picks up and moves to Nashville looking for a fresh start. Her […]


Summer Holiday (A Timeless Victorian Collection) – Review

Summer Holiday (A Timeless Victorian Collection) – Review

by Phyllis Helton
August 10, 2017
Book Reviews

Summer Holidayby Nancy Campbell Allen, Sarah M. Eden, Annette Lyon Series: Timeless Victorian Collection Published by Mirror Press Publication Date August 1, 2017 Genres: Romance, Clean Romance, Historical Fiction Setting: England Victorian Era – UK – 1837 – 1901 Main Character Ages: 25-35 Written for: Adult Pages: 225 Synopsis: From […]






P.S. I Like You by Kasie West – Book Review, Preview

P.S. I Like You by Kasie West – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
August 4, 2017
Book Reviews

P.S. I Like Youby Kasie West Published by Point Publication Date July 26th 2016 Genres: Young Adult, Romance, Clean Romance Contemporary Main Character Ages: 15-18 Pages: 330 Synopsis: Signed, sealed, delivered… While spacing out in chemistry class, Lily scribbles some of her favorite song lyrics onto her desk. The next […]