#BookReview: Royal (Rixton Falls #1) by Winter Renshaw

4 out of 5 Stars

He broke her heart years ago and now that she is happy and about to get married he shows up and ruins it all.

Good but seemed to be lacking something I can’t quite put my finger on. It could be that I am not a big fan of the names, but I don’t think they were that bad.

#BookReview: Seized by the Highlander by Fiona Knightingale

1 out of 5 Stars

An abused wife is kidnapped by a Highlander.

Too short, a few typos, hardly any action or romance. Then the biggest sin of all, the title story is only 3% of the book. I was looking forward to a good long Highland romance and was highly disappointed.

#BookReview: Sixty Five Hours (Sixty Five Hours #1) by N.R. Walker

5 Stars!

The boss’s son is forced to work with a man he doesn’t like to complete a project. They have 65 hours to get a long and come up with a pitch to land the account of their dreams.

I laughed. I cried. Got a bit bored a couple of times, but that is life. This is raw and emotional. So unlike others found in this genre.

#BookReview: Polar Bear Buns (The Twelve Dancing Bears #2) by Sable Sylvan

3 out of 5 Stars

Girl falls in love with two polar bear shifters, while being stalked by her ex-boyfriends.

Just ok. The childish cursing through me off, then would switch from actual cursing back to the childish “shizz.” Predictable and almost did not finish it.

#BookReview: The Highlander’s Sword (Highlander #1) by Amanda Forester

4 Out of 5 Stars

A soon-to-be nun is forced to marry a Highlander to strengthen her father’s allies and find out who is trying to kill her family.

It was good and fill of tension, but the ending did not live up to the rest of the story.

#BookReview: I Do by Van Cole

1 out of 5 Stars

After being left at the altar and a night of heavy drinking two best friends wake up married.

Surprise wedding? That certainly spells disaster, no matter that the priest isn’t going to perform a wedding ceremony just a blessing. Then he’s not even a priest currently, so it wouldn’t be technically be legal. hundreds of short stories at the end just to add pages is ridiculous. I hate it personally, find it a cop-out for crappy writing thrown out as fast as possible. I almost didn’t even read it because it is 901 pages long, but the title story is only a small few of those.

If Kirin knows the girl so well, how did he not know about the peanut allergy? That is something people pay a lot of attention to. They don’t like to die, so they make sure their close friends and family know about it.

If Kirin is half Indian, what’s with the Spanish? It was never stated what heritage his mother comes from, so we can only assume she is Hispanic…would be nice to know though.

The guy didn’t notice charges on his credit card that he didn’t make? Or were they already sharing bank accounts?