BOOK REVIEW: Flourish by Avery Ford

In one sentence: An elementary school vice-principal falls for a new foster dad and his 8-year-old charge. In tropes, it's insta-kid meets insta-love. I wanted to like this story so much more than I actually did. It's not a bad book...

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BOOK REVIEW: Lupine Road by Cal Matthews

A one-day alpha wolf-shifter on the run with his pack falls for a disabled, nerdy drive-in-theater owner. I really loved both of the heroes. Cy is sweet and a bit befuddled with an uncanny ability to turn an apology into an even deeper hole he has to climb out of. It was endearing to watch...

BOOK REVIEW: A Minor Inconvenience by Sarah Granger

Right out of the gate I have to warn you that Your-Milage-May-Vary on this one. M/M historicals are tricky for me and I am rarely satisfied with the outcome. Authors are forced to choose between bleak historical accuracy and happily-ever-afters that are tempered just enough not to exceed a reader's willing-suspension-of-disbelief...

BOOK REVIEW: Noah by Cara Dee

How do you move on when you've lost all of the people closest to you in a single blow? Noah's life will forever be bifurcated between before and after. The man he was before and the man he became after...