Entries by Trish Ann

Kamana Wanalaya by Susan Renee – Review by Trish Ann

Kamana Wanalaya for the Holidays: A Grinchy/Sunshine Holiday Romance by Susan Renee My rating: 4 of 5 stars This was a cute, quick read. It took me a hot second to understand the title. I liked the grinch grumpiness mixes with sunshine in this story. The story flowed well and the characters were enjoyable. It […]

Snow in Love by Libby Kay – Review by Trish Ann

Snow in Love by Libby Kay My rating: 4 of 5 stars I really liked the dynamic between Connor and Sienna. This book was a very quick read but had a well thought plot. I really appreciated the detail to their mental and physical growth overcoming the obstacles they both had. Sienna’s mom frustrated me […]

Soliloquy by Janet Fogg – Review by Trish Ann

Soliloquy by Janet Fogg My rating: 4 of 5 stars The narrative of this book was engaging and felt different than others I’ve read in this genre. I enjoyed the characters in the book. The piano and music aspect was a highlight for me. The time transport of the main character was creative as well. […]

Fall to Pieces by Becky Flade – Review by Trish Ann

Fall to Pieces by Becky Flade My rating: 3 of 5 stars This was a good read. Definitely felt Lexi’s pain over Robert. This book was character driven and had good interpersonal relationships. It had a different feel to it than the other one. I liked the mix of genres. View all my reviews

A Love Restrained by Becky Flade – Review by Trish Ann

A Love Restrained by Becky Flade My rating: 3 of 5 stars This was a quick and sexy read. I liked that they met at her lingerie store. Definitely an empowering concept in that. Also, super hot telling his expectations of her and their chemistry was well designed. I enjoyed it overall. View all my […]

Moby Plays the Flute by Eeha Bhatt – Review by Trish Ann

Moby Plays the Flute by Eeha Bhatt My rating: 4 of 5 stars The was a really beautiful story. I love the music aspect as well. The relationship between the father and daughter were beautiful. The is something I would read in my classroom. The father being called away was touching in a heartfelt way. […]