Review: The Highlander (Victorian Rebels, #3) by Kerrigan Byrne

Review: The Highlander (Victorian Rebels, #3) by Kerrigan Byrne

Reviews Dorsey says: 4.5 Demon Highlander Stars!! The Highlander is the third book in the Victorian Rebels series and it was just as fantastic as the first two books in the series!! MacKenzie is known as the “Demon Highlander”. He earned his reputation because of his deadly fighting skills and imposing appearance and suddenly finds his life is changed forever when his children’s new governess arrives. “Sometimes……when in a predicament like yours, the safest place to be is at the side of a violent man.” Philomena “Mena” St. Vincent is on the run from her horrid abusive husband, the things he subjected her to broke my heart. Mena escaped her prison with […]

Posted September 22, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 0 Comments

Review: The One Real Thing ((Hart’s Boardwalk, #1) by Samantha Young

Review: The One Real Thing ((Hart’s Boardwalk, #1) by Samantha Young

Crista’s Review 3 Stars! I honestly can’t believe that I am rating a book written by the talented Samantha Young anything less than 5 stars.  Her, On Dublin Street series, is one of my all-time favorites, and I was thrilled to learn that she was beginning a brand new series called Hart’s Boardwalk. I found myself bored by this book.  The characters just weren’t that compelling or interesting.  Jessica Huntington is a physician who works for a women’s correctional facility.  She comes across love letters written by a former inmate who is now deceased and makes it her mission to deliver the letters to their intended recipient. This mission takes her to […]

Posted September 19, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 1 Comment

Review: Sting by Sandra Brown

Review: Sting by Sandra Brown

Dorsey’s Review  4 Stars!! Sandra Brown is one of my favorite romantic suspense writers, her novels keep me on the edge, her characters are intriguing, mysterious, and some are just plain sinister. This story centers around Jordan “Jordie” Bennet, her brother Josh Bennet, and her brother’s troubles with his employer who is determined to stop Josh from testifying against him on his multiple fraudulent schemes and all of the missing money. In order to avoid prison, Josh is working the with the FBI. Naturally, his employer has sent two men to kill him, Mickey Bolden and Shaw Kinnard. Shaw sees Jordie and next thing you know he takes Jordie with the hopes of […]

Posted September 14, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 0 Comments

Review: Once Upon a Moonlit Night (Maiden Lane #10.5) by Elizabeth Hoyt

Review: Once Upon a Moonlit Night (Maiden Lane #10.5) by Elizabeth Hoyt

Crista’s Review 4 Stars! Oh, how I loved this novella!!  If you are looking for a few laughs, some quick entertainment, and a believable and passionate romance, this novella has all you could hope for and more!! I have been a fan of the Maiden Lane series since the beginning.  I envy those people that have never read the series, because the Maiden Lane series is ten and a half books of pure entertainment.  Of course, some are more memorable than others, but in the hands of Elizabeth Hoyt, you are always guaranteed a good read.  Once Upon a Moonlit Night, although a novella, is no exception to this rule.  I […]

Posted September 12, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 0 Comments

Review: Deadly Silence (Blood Brothers #1) by Rebecca Zanetti

Review: Deadly Silence (Blood Brothers #1) by Rebecca Zanetti

Dorsey’s Review   4 Fantastic Spin-off Stars!! First off, I’m a huge…HUGE fan of the Sin Brothers series and I’m thrilled to say that it’s not over! Blood Brothers, Rebecca Zanetti’s new series, is a spinoff of the Sin Brothers and introduces a trio of brothers who are trying to survive while looking for answers to their past. Their upbringing is much different than the Dean Brothers but certainly not any better. Ryker and his brothers find the lost. When the law firm that Zara works for hires their services, Zara and Ryker develop a physical relationship, while Ryker keeps his past and secrets close. Ryker and Zara are trying to understand […]

Posted September 8, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 2 Comments

Review: Too Hot to Handle (The Clarksons, #1) by Tessa Bailey

Review: Too Hot to Handle (The Clarksons, #1) by Tessa Bailey

Dorsey’s Review 3 “Too Hot To Handle” Stars! Rita Clarkson and her three siblings set out to honor their deceased mother’s last wish, so they pack up the old suburban and set out on a road trip from San Francisco to New York City to participate in the polar bear plunge on New Year’s Day, just as their mother had done many years earlier. Rita is having a hard time lately, she has just (accidentally…sort of) burned down her famed mother’s restaurant where she was head chef and had a mishap on a televised cooking show that made her an unwilling YouTube star. She is definitely at crossroads in her life so […]

Posted August 13, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 2 Comments

Review: Don’t Tempt Me (Guthrie Brothers, #1) by Lori Foster

Review: Don’t Tempt Me (Guthrie Brothers, #1)  by Lori Foster

Dorsey’s Review 4.5 Hunky Neighbor Stars!!  I really loved this book, classic Lori Foster!! Where to begin….. Don’t Tempt Me starts when Honor moves into her new fixer-upper house with the help of her BFF, Lexie. Right off the bat her sexy neighbor Jason, his brother Hogan, and his adorable teen nephew Colt start to intrude in her very private, quiet, and busy life, and things get a little bit crazy for her. Now about the Guthrie Brothers (and Colt)….they are very friendly, generous, caring, honest, funny, and super protective. Jason was attracted to Honor right from the start but Honor has a lot of personal stuff to work through. She has […]

Posted August 3, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 0 Comments

Review: Rock Wedding (Rock Kiss, #4) by Nalini Singh

Review: Rock Wedding (Rock Kiss, #4) by Nalini Singh

Kristen’s Review 4 Solid Stars!! What a wonderful ending to an enjoyable series. To be honest, I was surprised how much I truly enjoyed this book. I was a little concerned that I wouldn’t fully connect with this particular love story considering how ambivalent I have been toward Abe’s character throughout the series. I shouldn’t have worried. There is a reason Nalini Singh is my favorite author. She just knows how to write my type of romance. This story not only offered a heartbreaking but sweet second chance at romance storyline between Abe and his ex-wife Sarah, but it also gave page time to the other couples in the series. That aspect […]

Posted August 2, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 0 Comments

Review: Saddle Up (Hot Cowboy Nights #4) by Victoria Vane

Review: Saddle Up (Hot Cowboy Nights #4) by Victoria Vane

Karla’s Review 3.5 Stars! While I loved the detail about the plight of the  mustangs I felt that it might have overshadowed the romance element in the story. For that reason, I had a hard time feeling the chemistry between the 2 main protagonists, Keith and Miranda. I loved them well enough as individuals but I didn’t get that all-consuming feeling that they belonged together, something I look for in my romance reads. I also would have liked more information as to why Keith had the falling out with his tribe due to the documentary that was filmed about him. There were bits and pieces but nothing concrete that would help […]

Posted July 18, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 0 Comments

Review: The Angels’ Share (The Bourbon Kings #2) by J.R. Ward

Review: The Angels’ Share (The Bourbon Kings #2) by J.R. Ward

Crista’s Review 4.5 Stars!  Aghh!  I am in agony! The only bad part about finishing a book written by J.R. Ward is that you have to wait at least six months before getting another one!  Her books are my addiction and I absolutely love her new Bourbon Kings series. There are certainly similarities between her Black Dagger Brotherhood series and this series.  Both have compelling “families” that engage both your interest as well as your heart.  Ward also has a writing style that reads like watching a soap opera.  Each chapter switches to another storyline and new characters.  She writes this way with The Brotherhood, and she does so with The […]

Posted July 9, 2016 by sweptawaybyromance in Review / 0 Comments