NCIS: Los Angeles: 6×05 – Black Budget

This episode had the right mix of humour and action.  Sam and Callen’s interactions with the Mexican family were hilarious!  The plot was interesting and there were lots of bullets flying.  I liked that Granger came to save the day and that it wasn’t the real Delta team committing fraud. Advertisements

Baby It's Cold Outside Anthology Release Day Launch

We are so excited to bring you the Release Day Launch for the BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE! BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE is an Anthology with 5 Erotic Romance novellas by 5 bestselling authors! This may be a mix of tales set in winter, but it is guaranteed to heat you up!    Simon & Schuster ** Amazon ** Barnes & […]

Chicago P.D.: 2×05 – An Honest Woman

Of all the characters that I never thought I would like and ended up liking, Voight is definitely the most surprising. Loved this episode – it was nice to see Voight vulnerable.  Loved the team for rallying around him.  It was an interesting case and so glad that Olive/Justin have a chance for their happy […]

Q & A with … @JillShalvis

Today I am delighted to be hosting a Q&A with Jill Shalvis in honour of her new release One In A Million, the final book in the much-loved Lucky Harbor series. Q. How did you first get the idea for the Lucky Harbor series? A. When I started this series about three estranged sisters who […]

Chicago Fire: 3×03 – Just Drive The Truck

The best thing about this show is Shay and since they killed her off in the premiere, I did wonder if I could ever enjoy this show again and how long I would keep watching but I have to say that this episode was really good. I liked the action side with the fire truck […]

He's So Fine by @JillShalvis Book Tour

Book Information Book: He’s So Fine Author: Jill Shalvis Publisher: Grand Central Publishing Release Date: September 30, 2014 Genre: Contemporary Romance Giveaway a Rafflecopter giveaway // Summary For Olivia Bentley, Lucky Harbor is more than the town where she runs her new vintage shop. It’s the place where folks are friendly to strangers-and nobody knows […]