Review: The Truth About Leo by Katie MacAlister

Review: The Truth About Leo by Katie MacAlister

When it comes to this series, I get so excited to see each new installment because I know I’m going to get high entertainment from cover to cover.  I was laughing before I finished the first page. This book is part of a series and its best read in order due to the inclusion of recurring characters and particularly one… Read more »

Review: Bliss by Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau

Review: Bliss by Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau

This was one of those that I wasn’t sure what to expect because I didn’t do much homework on it. I enjoyed previous books written by these authors (written not as partners that is) and added to that, I’ve lately gotten into dystopian romance so I was game to give it a try. Now that I’ve read it, I’m unsure… Read more »

Review: Passion & Propriety by Elise de Sallier

Review: Passion & Propriety by Elise de Sallier

Scarred military vet with dark past nursed back to health by a savvy vicar’s daughter just sounded too good to pass up.  I hadn’t read this author before and was keen to try something new in my historical romance.  I was duly impressed by the author’s writing.  There was a hint of the gothic right alongside social issues of the… Read more »

Review: Show Me, Baby: 1001 Dark Nights by Cherise Sinclair

Review: Show Me, Baby: 1001 Dark Nights by Cherise Sinclair

The Delight Shock me up and down when I got an email saying there was a new release from Cherise Sinclair. I went out and bought it without even thinking. I don’t regret it. On the lighter side of BDSM, I really loved these two characters. Throw in a canine rescue, erotic love scenes and seeing all your favorite Masters from… Read more »

Spotlight: A Native’s Tongue by Michael D. Dennis

Spotlight: A Native’s Tongue by Michael D. Dennis

In Michael D. Dennis’s touching new novel, A Native’s Tongue, a young man, torn between two women, struggles to find his way in the world. As I walked out under the Los Angeles sky, the possibility of becoming something more than a short order cook, living in the valley, and resenting my dysfunctional family occurred to me… Charlie Winters has never… Read more »

Sunday Summary for August 17, 2014

Sunday Summary for August 17, 2014

Reviews What’s going on? Well, I started redesigning the site earlier this week on my test site, but as usual, I moved on and haven’t been back. It takes time and I am not quick about it all. Refusing to pay for a redesign right now though, so it stays as is or I do it myself. First up, I… Read more »

Review: Kodiak’s Claim by Eve Langlais #BearsOhMy

Review: Kodiak’s Claim by Eve Langlais #BearsOhMy

A sassy, curvy human woman and a huge, grumpy, alpha Kodiak shifter argue, bite, shoot, boss, and battle their way as an unknown and dangerous enemy plots nearby. Each time I pick up a book by this author, it is ‘guarantee- take it to the bank’ fun and excitement and I think this was my favorite of her stories that… Read more »

Review: Dark Skye by Kresley Cole #GloriousAdventure

Review: Dark Skye by Kresley Cole #GloriousAdventure

The Delight Two young children fall into innocent love. Flights in the sky, picking of berries, sleeping in fields, these two did not understand that their kind were mortal enemies and they should not fall into such naive love. But fate was brutal with the young love and sent them off to become the people they are now. Reclaiming their… Read more »