Review: Murder Off the Books by Tamara Berry

Murder Off the Books is book 3 in the By the Book Mysteries series, by Tamara Berry, but for those new to the series like I am, it’s easily read as a stand-alone. Mystery writer Tess Harrow decides to open a bookstore in her town, and, along with her teenaged daughter, Gertrude, has put aContinue reading “Review: Murder Off the Books by Tamara Berry”

Review: Kilting Around by Cathryn Fox

Kilting Around by Cathryn Fox is book 1 in her new Hot Scots in Kilts romantic comedy series and is a great introduction to a new series! Told from alternating points of view, this is the story of Gavan Duncan and Luce Johnson. Gavan is summoned to Boston from Glasgow by his cousin, Finn, aContinue reading “Review: Kilting Around by Cathryn Fox”

Review: The Widow’s Wager by Claire Delacroix

The Widow’s Wager by Claire Delacroix is book 3 in her series, The Ladies’ Essential Guide to the Art of Seduction, and I think it’s the best in the series so far. The main focus in this book is the relationship between Eliza North, the Duke of Haynesdale’s widowed sister, and his best friend, NicholasContinue reading “Review: The Widow’s Wager by Claire Delacroix”

Review: Mall Priest by Kate Reedwood and Chris Heinicke

Kate Reedwood and Chris Heinicke have partnered together again to produce a fantastic new book, Mall Priest: A Tale of Demonic Holiday Horror. As usual, they send the reader on an emotional rollercoaster ride. Horror is a new genre for this pair, and as the title might suggest it’s more of a light horror read.Continue reading “Review: Mall Priest by Kate Reedwood and Chris Heinicke”

Review: Two for the Road by Chantal Guertin

Two For The Road (also known as Gigi, Listening) by Chantal Guertin is a cute romantic comedy which takes place on a bus tour in England. The main character, Gigi, took over her family’s small town bookstore after the sudden tragic death of her parents. Without giving too much of the story away, she endsContinue reading “Review: Two for the Road by Chantal Guertin”