Kate Hofman has a way of writing that brings flare to the pages with her romances. The likeable characters stand out and have a way of allowing the reader to enjoy them. The story of Olivia and Alex is one that brings joy and hope. This reader could not help but share in their many moments as they traveled on their path to discover happiness. Passion in Pamplona is a wonderful read with good dialogue, interesting and likeable first and second characters. This story is like a breath of fresh air that leaves a feel good feeling.
Full Throttle is a story with some great impact. The lively characters make the story interesting. The dialogue is sharp and to the point. The story itself flows well with a pacing that keeps this reader abreast with each turn of the page. Kirsten S. Blacketer takes characters with a bit of mystery to them, and incorporates some action along the way to make this read one that this reader enjoyed. The atmosphere, with the racing, was visual and the plot and conflict, in the story, makes this read worthwhile.
You’re Welcome, Love, Your Cat was a story this reader could share in the pain and heartache that can be felt in losing a loved one. It was touching that the author used the story of his cat to build upon this storyline and a strong relationship with a spouse. It was one that this reader felt came from the heart. Clancy Nacht and Thursday Euclid compose characters that easily find a place in one’s heart. They create a believable read, showered with tenderness, and compassion, allowing this reader to look deep into the characters heart and feel their hurt, sorrow and happiness.
Rebecca Lee Smith delivers well-developed players, with a robust dialogue that keeps the reader cheering until the ending. She incorporates an atmosphere that this reader could visualize in its beauty and surroundings. The characters have a way of connecting to the audience and making this story a great book to read. A Dance to Die For is a great mystery with romance and even some wit along the way. Annabel is a heroine that is quite likeable as well as Trent; they really make a great couple and weave in an even greater storyline.
A Dangerous Dance is an exhilarating read taking this reader into the life of Maggie, who is at a standstill in her marriage. A life where her husband could almost be referred to as abusive without any beatings. This reader could sympathize in all her actions, and her desires to be able to change to something that would make her life more fulfilled. Jude Johnson really reaches deep into the heart to pen a story that touches upon a reader. The characters were relatable, the dialogue was spot on, and each of them are drafted well to allow the reader to interact with them. Indeed a story that is well worth the read.
Everyone looks for a good read around the holidays that make them feel warm inside, and Mission of Christmas, is just the read to bring in all the holiday cheer. The dialogue between all the characters is lively and kept this reader entertained. Erica and Andrew, both different in their ways, really do shine as they find the one thing to make circumstances in their life click forever. Candice Gilmer creates likeable players that this reader could relate to. She brings some laughs and tenderness along the way making the holiday season one not to forget in this delightful read.
A Taste of Evil is a spellbinding read. The storyline is intense, and Julia is remarkable in all her actions, as someone experiencing something in the afterlife experience. This reader enjoyed all the visual effects in the book. It was as if watching it on a big screen, the intensity of the surroundings could be felt and heard. Christina Carlisle composes a thriller that is edge of the seat suspenseful. The writing is tight, the expressions so full blown, especially when it comes to Julia facing the ones that don’t see her. The secondary characters indeed acted out their parts wonderfully. This reader cannot say enough about this positively absorbing read.
The beginning of Caribbean Crush pulled this reader into the story. Kristin has a bounce to her step that brings life into the storyline. Antonnis was sort of a jerk until he was able to see Kristin for the woman she was. When they finally allow their emotions to reach out to the other, lightning strikes between them. Jenna Bayley-Burke creates a fun story with pacing that keeps the reader turning the pages. She allows the reader to share in the pain that Kristin has allowed to remain in her heart through the years because of Antonnis, while learning to face him head-on once they meet again. The dialogue and closeness they develop with each other makes this read most enjoyable.