November Wrap Up

november wrap up

I think I read and reviewed some books during November, but the entire month feels like a blur, a NaNoWriMo instilled blur from which I’m still recovering. Actually, it feels good to catch up on all of the things that fell by the wayside. It would almost seem amazing that I got as many books read and reviewed as I did for November, except that I read a lot of them in October so that they’d be read for the November book tours. Continue reading

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Review of Not Quite Over You

Not Quite Over You (Happily Inc Book 4) by [Mallery, Susan]

Not Quite Over You

Susan Mallery

HQN Books

October 23, 2018


Blurb: Silver Tesdal has a head for business and a mouth made for kissing, and banker Drew Lovato has his eye on both. But ever since he was dumb enough to let her go, she’s kept him at a distance. When the bank turns her down for a loan, Drew sees a double opportunity—he can finance her brilliant, unique idea to rock Happily Inc’s wedding industry and win back her trust. Continue reading

Review of Why Not Tonight

Why Not Tonight

Happily Inc.

Susan Mallery

HQN Books

September 18, 2018


BlurbSusan Mallery welcomes you to Happily Inc, where true love isn’t just for fairy tales…

Natalie Kaleta will do anything for the artists at her gallery, including risk life, limb and the effect of humidity on her naturally curly hair. Braving a downpour to check on reclusive Ronan Mitchell, Natalie gets stranded by a mudslide at his mountain home, where the brooding glass artist reveals his playful side, sending her inconvenient crush from under-the-radar to over-the-top. Continue reading

Review of When We Found Home

When We Found Home by [Mallery, Susan]

 

When We Found Home

Susan Mallery

July 10, 2018

Harlequin


Blurb: Life is meant to be savored, but that’s not easy with no family, limited prospects and a past you’d rather not talk about.

Callie Smith doesn’t know how to feel when she discovers she has a brother and a sister—Malcolm, who grew up with affection, wealth and privilege, and Keira, a Continue reading