I didn’t think I’d already be writing the review of this book by now – a day after the book was delivered – but here I am, finished way sooner than expected with it. The book came in and even though I was reading other stuff at the time, I just couldn’t wait to dive into this one. This was one of my highly anticipated releases this fall. I decided to read a couple of pages and before I knew it I was lost and couldn’t stop reading… When I came across this book months ago, the cover was the first thing that lured meRead More →

Title: Can't Hardly Breathe Series: #4 the Original Heartbreakers Author: Gena Showalter Genre: Contemporary Romance Publisher: Harlequin Books Release Date: August 29th 2017 Format: paperback Pages: 416 New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter returns with an irresistible Original Heartbreakers story about a woman who’s never felt desired and the man who wants her more than air to breathe… Bullied in high school, Dorothea Mathis’s past is full of memories she’d rather forget. But there’s one she can’t seem to shake—her long-standing crush on former army ranger Daniel Porter. Now that the sexy bad boy has started using her inn as his personal playground, she shouldRead More →

Title: Hearts Unleashed Author: Paris Wynters Genre: Fiction Publisher: Simon and Schuster Release Date: September 25, 2017 Format: eBook Pages: 224 The shared love of a retired military dog unexpectedly brings together two PTSD survivors in this heartfelt debut novel. After an IED ends his military career, Major John Rathborne struggles to re-adjust to civilian life. Haunted by the death of his brother-in-arms, John’s determined to find his canine partner, Koda, now retired and re-homed. The last place he expects to find her is on a ranch in Absarokee, Montana, where he lands a foreman job and a chance at a new start. Unfortunately, ranchRead More →

Even though this book deserves wayyyy more than a mini review.. I just can’t, I’m sorry. This 5 star book – and 5 stars really isn’t enough – deserves all the praise and I just can’t get my thoughts and feelings in proper order to write them down in full sentences with which I can explain what this book did to me just now. I just finished the book, like 20 minutes ago and I just know I’ll never be at that point where I’ll be able to write exactly how I feel about Sarah and her books – one of the reasons I didn’tRead More →