Book Review of The Designated +1 by Ellie Cahill

I really enjoyed reading this one! The characters are relatable, and I really liked getting inside Hadley’s head. The chemistry between her and Will is fun to watch enfold. There’s just something about a tall, muscular man walking in the house covered from head to toe in mud. What the image that must have been!

I’ll definitely be looking for more from this author. Can’t wait to read the next in the series!

five stars

Book Review of I Temporarily Do by Ellie Cahill

This was a fun read. The characters had chemistry from the very beginning, and I loved seeing it develop into something more than just friendship. This was a fun spin on marry first, fall in love later. I mostly see this type of story in regency romance, but I loved seeing it in a contemporary novel. Definitely recommend!

five stars

New Release!

I am excited to announce that my debut novel, Bloodborn, is now available for purchase!

When dire circumstances force blood hunter, Adam Degore, to find a cure for vampirism, he captures a vampire named Willow. It isn’t until after the capture when he finds out she is Dracula’s daughter. He is now faced with a choice to either release her and face Dracula’s deadly wrath should he find out, or risk killing her and also face Dracula’s deadly wrath.

Is the risk worth it?

Order your copy of Bloodborn today!

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Bloodborn-Sydney-Winward/dp/1509228713/
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/bloodborn-sydney-winward/1134112546

Book Review of Mrs. Saint Nick by Caroline Mickelson

I adored Nick and I found myself laughing quite a bit throughout the whole book. I loved the characters and a couple of the scenes were so cute.

However, I didn’t think Nick and Holly had any chemistry, and the way the book ended was incredibly disappointing and rushed. Still, I did enjoy reading it. I always love a good laugh!

four stars

Book Review of Miss Kane’s Christmas by Caroline Mickelson

Christmas in October? You bet! I’m a Christmas all-year-long type of gal. I sing Christmas songs from January to December, and I still haven’t put away my wreath from last year (though that one is due to sheer laziness ;)) So when it comes to reading holiday books when it should be time for Halloween, I’m all for it.

I have to say that I absolutely adored this book! I found myself laughing throughout the entire thing, and I got plenty of warm fuzzies as I read. I think I have found myself another favorite author, and I look forward to reading more from her!

five stars