Genre: Adult Holiday Romance

E-galley Review:  Single All the Way by Portia MacIntosh

E-galley Review: Single All t..

Posted November 23, 2022 by Lisa Mandina in Review / 2 Comments

Blurb: Will Dani find love this Christmas? Or will she be Single All The Way…? When Dani’s boyfriend (and boss!) dumps her for a younger model, the only silver lining she can see is to be able to spend Christmas at home with her family after years away. Determined to surprise them, Dani turns up […]

The DNF Report #13 – August 2022 through October 2022 (6 books)

The DNF Report #13 – Aug..

Posted November 19, 2022 by Lisa Mandina in The DNF Report / 4 Comments

Now one of these books was a DNF after I’d posted the last one in August, one in September, but it seems I had a bunch in October. The Mix Up (Meet Cute Book Club #6) by Rebecca Wilder My thoughts: This was part of a series that I was enjoying, but unfortunately it didn’t […]

E-galley Review:  Stop Ghosting Me by Tara Sivec

E-galley Review: Stop Ghostin..

Posted October 17, 2022 by Lisa Mandina in Review / 0 Comments

Blurb: Harvest Grove News: Another Halloween season is upon us! As usual, please be mindful of the movie fans traveling from Vine Street to Cinnamon Way.  Favorite bar owner, Ford Prescott, is back in town for his yearly stay, making this his sixth October in Harvest Grove! Be sure to welcome him warmly when you […]

ARC Review:  A Merry Little Meet Cute by Julie Murphy and Sierra Simone

ARC Review: A Merry Little Me..

Posted September 17, 2022 by Lisa Mandina in Review / 10 Comments

Blurb: Cowritten by #1 New York Times bestselling author Julie Murphy and USA Todaybestselling author Sierra Simone—a steamy plus-size holiday rom-com about an adult film star who is semi-accidentally cast as a lead in a family-friendly Christmas movie, and the former bad-boy pop star she falls in love with. Bee Hobbes (aka Bianca Von Honey) has a successful […]

L-L-L-Little Reviews #37: Last 3 Non-Tour Titles of 2021

L-L-L-Little Reviews #37: Last..

Posted December 30, 2021 by Lisa Mandina in Review / 2 Comments

Okay, with these last three books I passed my final goal on Goodreads of 210 books to make it to 215. I think I started the year with 215 but dropped the total down when I got behind about halfway through the year. But anyway I want to get all non-tour reviews done before the […]

L-L-L-Little Reviews #36: 3 Audiobooks

L-L-L-Little Reviews #36: 3 Au..

Posted December 24, 2021 by Lisa Mandina in Review / 0 Comments

I’m so close to having all my books I’ve read reviewed so that I can start 2022 with only those needing to be reviewed. However as I was doing one of my Top 10 of 2021 posts and wanting to link to a review of one of the books, I realized I had a few […]

E-galley Review:  Second Chance Santa by J.J. Knight

E-galley Review: Second Chanc..

Posted December 4, 2021 by Lisa Mandina in Review / 4 Comments

Blurb: I never thought the love of my life would turn out to be — a mall Santa. What has happened to Mack McAllister? We were law school rivals.Absolutely insane in bed.Our two-year fling ended when we graduated.He had his ambitions. I had mine. We were going to slay the competition.Now he’s sleighing it? When […]

E-galley Review:  Rebel Without A Claus by Emma Hart

E-galley Review: Rebel Withou..

Posted November 25, 2021 by Lisa Mandina in Review / 4 Comments

Blurb: Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year—unless you’re Quinn Langley.I’ve hated the festive season for as long as I can remember, but this year really takes the chestnut. My family has run Snow Cove’s grotto for the past sixty years, but when my dad—our resident Santa Claus—gets the flu, it’s down to […]

Blog Tour Review:  The Bachelor on the Shelf (Reindeer Falls #6) by Jana Aston

Blog Tour Review: The Bachelo..

Posted November 22, 2021 by Lisa Mandina in Blog Tour, Review / 4 Comments

Blurb: My name is Carter Sheppard and I actually like Christmas and my Christmas-themed hometown of Reindeer Falls. In fact, when I learn I have to return home in order to collect an inheritance—my uncle’s dog—it puts life into perspective for me. Sure, playing professional baseball is great. But it won’t last forever and every […]