Bingo Love by Tee Franklin

Bingo Love by Tee Franklin

A bingo hall brought Mari McCray and Hazel Johnson together as young women in 1963. Prejudice and family ultimatums pushed the two apart, but forty years later, a bingo hall brings them back together. In the meantime, however, both Hazel and Mari have married and had families. Is it too late for a second chance?…

One Small Step by MA Binfield

One Small Step by MA Binfield

Those of you who follow my reviews are probably aware that I don’t frequently assign ‘A’ ratings. (In fact, Tessa Bailey’s Fix Her Up was the last romance that I deemed deserving of DIK status, and that review was published six months ago.) Jaded by past disappointments, my most fervent hope was to quietly end…

Twice Shy by Sally Malcolm

Twice Shy by Sally Malcolm

When I reviewed Perfect Day, the first in Sally Malcolm’s series of m/m contemporary romances set in the fictional Long Island resort of New Milton, I called it “the sort of book you finish with a heartfelt sigh of satisfaction and a dreamy smile”.  Something about the author’s writing just clicks with me; her protagonists…

Sold Short by Ainslie Paton

Sold Short by Ainslie Paton

Ainslie Paton takes the tried and true friends-to-lovers trope and adds her own unique twists in Sold Short, a story of college friends and business partners Dev and Sarina, whose future plans find them at a crossroads. Sarina wants to have a baby. She’s tired of waiting for the right man to come along and…

Best of Luck by Kate Clayborn

Best of Luck by Kate Clayborn

Continuing with the lucky theme that runs throughout the fantastic Chance of a Lifetime series, Best of Luck proves three’s a charm; good things do come in threes; and it’s a magic number.   While all the books are uniformly good, featuring likeable and relatable principal characters, secondary characters that absolutely enhance the story in every…

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