Hometown, by Wendy Rich Stetson

Thank you to Wendy Rich Stetson for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. BLURB Two different men. Two different lifestyles. One impossible choice. When Tessa’s big-city plans take the A Train to disaster, she lands in her sleepy hometown, smack in the middle of themost unlikely love triangle ever toContinue reading “Hometown, by Wendy Rich Stetson”

St. Patrick’s Day Shenanigans, by Linda Carroll-Bradd

Thank you to Linda Carroll=Bradd for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. BLURB The new Butte Chamber of Commerce manager, Mitzi Lambrecht, has to organize the board of directors’ entry for the St. Patrick’s Day float.  Her suggested frontier theme is opposed by a handsome but infuriating jokester. Proud ofContinue reading “St. Patrick’s Day Shenanigans, by Linda Carroll-Bradd”

Summer People (A Cape Cod Romance, Book 1), by Corinne LaBalme

Thank you to Corinne LaBalme for an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review. I absolutely loved French Ghost and was thrilled to read another book from this author. BLURB Jessica Stratton’s long-cherished dream of opening her own Folk Art gallery in an idyllic Cape Cod setting finally comes true. However,Continue reading “Summer People (A Cape Cod Romance, Book 1), by Corinne LaBalme”

Smoother Than Spumoni, by Marilyn Barr

I am delighted to share this unbiased review for Smoother Than Spumoni, by Marilyn Barr. BLURB Susie Larkin is a dolphin shifter and heir to the humble Larkin’s Dairy Dip on Seagrass Island, FL. Pedaling ice cream from bicycle carts on the beach is just a stepping-stone for this future CEO of a frozen confectionContinue reading “Smoother Than Spumoni, by Marilyn Barr”

French Ghost, by Corinne LaBalme

Thank you to Corinne LaBalme for an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review. BLURB Ghost-writer Melody Layne is stranded in Paris when the over-sexed but unloved French movie star who hired her to produce his memoir accidentally drowns before the interviews begin. It’s a major financial relief when his enigmaticContinue reading “French Ghost, by Corinne LaBalme”