veterinarian

B+
Unbroken Cowboy

If anything could entice a person to write poetry about forearms, it would be Dane Parker’s very loaded guns. Maisey Yates is still a queen of banter, gentle humor and strong characters.  In Unbroken Cowboy, our nature-loving heroine bumps head on into a rodeo star who can’t accept that maybe ...

A
Dr. Strange Beard

Penny Reid is one of those authors with such a distinct style that you know immediately you are reading one of her books. No one has the same cadence or character voices that Ms. Reid does and it makes it such a delight to fall back into her stories. Dr. Strange Beard is a friends-to-lovers tale tha ...

B
Dating the Millionaire Doctor

Dating the Millionaire Doctor is the first medical romance I’ve read, and the medical details acted as a strong undercurrent to the story and really drew me in. This is a tale with a big heart, set in the gorgeous Australian bush featuring a country veterinarian and a high-powered urban anesthesio ...

B+
Then Came You

Every time I get on an airplane, I take time to wonder a little about the person sitting next to me. Generally, I find myself next to a random stranger, someone whose path will never again cross mine after our flight together. Still, it’s fun to wonder. What if this is fate? What if I’ll walk in ...

C
Hope Flames

Sometimes the hardest books to review are the ones that are neither all that good or all that bad. That was how Hope Flames was for me. It is difficult to describe my feelings for this read because, although it was an easy read, it wasn’t particularly compelling or exciting. Burton has moved ...

A
The Biscuit Witch

Deborah Smith is the consummate southern storyteller. Filled with humor, charm, and emotion, her books are love songs to the south, and home, and family. The Biscuit Witch, a novella tied to a previous novel, The Crossroads Cafe, is a welcome addition to her playlist. In it we are introduced to Tall ...

B+
Dog Days

I don’t always believe lists, especially lists of the best books of the year, which sometimes leave me wondering “What were they thinking?” However, after reading Publishers Weekly's list of best romances of 2012, I was intrigued by Dog Days. I downloaded and read the first chapter, and though ...

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Animal Attraction

Jill Shalvis has a reputation for writing light, funny, sexy romances. Her latest, Animal Attraction, blows that reputation to smithereens. Make no mistake, Animal Attraction is funny and hot as hell. But it’s not light… it’s moving, empowering, and engaging. I’ve read it twice in the past m ...

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Skin Heat

We have complained many times about the romance books that simply throw together the same tired ingredients with no originality. But sometimes, the smallest changes to the formula can bring a breath of freshness to the tale, making us remember why we love the cliches to begin with. That is what happ ...

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All I Ever Wanted

It may sound trite, but when I read All I Ever Wanted, I laughed. I cried. I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Callie Grey just turned thirty, is living with her grandfather, and is in love with her boss-slash-ex…who is now seeing another woman in the office. However, despite the Love of Her Life’s ...