Uncaged Review: A Change in Tide by Freya Barker

A Change in TideFreya BarkerContemporary Romance What impact would it have when everything suddenly faded to black? For Mia, a crowded...

Uncaged Review: Wildfire and Roses by Hope Malory

Wildfire and Roses Hope Malory Contemporary Romance Sparks fly when tenacious mountain climber and hiker Beasley McLemore meets hot smokejumper Will Gregor on a...

Uncaged Review – Legacy of Ruby’s Ranch by Rhonda Frankhouser

Legacy of Ruby’s Ranch Rhonda Frankhouser Paranormal Ghost Romance The moment her grandmother presses an ancient amulet into her palm, Rube Gautier’s life changes....

Uncaged Review: Running After a Heartbreaker by Jami Albright

Running After a Heartbreaker Jami Albright Contemporary Romantic Comedy “This is a bad idea.” “The worst.” He placed his hands under...

Uncaged Review – Irish Magic by Susan B. James

Irish Magic Susan B. James Romantic Comedy A romantic comedy with a touch of magic.What do you do when everything goes wrong?Make a wish...

Uncaged Review – Dirty Damsels by Peggy Jaeger

Dirty Damsels Peggy Jaeger Contemporary Romance What if Cynderella had a one-night stand with a man named Prince?When I first saw Cynderella all covered...

Uncaged Review – Playing Jasper by Ginger Ring

Playing Jasper Ginger Ring Mafia Romance I love to play the game. Love them and leave them. Then...

Uncaged Review – The Friend Zone by Sariah Wilson

The Friend Zone Sariah Wilson Contemporary Romance/Sports Disgraced college quarterback Logan Hunt was on his way to NFL stardom when he messed up big-time. Now the Texas star player...

Uncaged Review – Sweet Solace by Alexa Padgett

Sweet Solace Alexa Padgett Contemporary Romance Betrayal Broke Them Once... We can't afford to indulge in this attraction, but our connection burns too brightly to ignore.

Uncaged Review – Prairie Heat by Tessa Layne

Prairie Heat Tessa Layne Contemporary Western Romance He Shouldn't Want Her...Blake Sinclaire knows he shouldn't want Maddie Hansen - she's the daughter of his family's enemy, and not to...