Surrender by June Gray #Review

Surrender by June Gray #Review

I was so excited to get this last installment of the Disarm series with Julie’s story. She has been there as a secondary character all along supporting Henry and Elsie and raising her son after Jason died. I ended up packing it in at the 100pp mark. I don’t know why it is, but after liking her in the first… Read more »

Review: The Mistletoe Effect by Melissa Cutler

Review: The Mistletoe Effect by Melissa Cutler

Christmas on a Texas guest ranch brings a surprise fake wedding for a workaholic and a cowboy. This humorous, passionate and moderately heartwarming read is a nice little afternoon distraction to get one in the mood for the holiday season. Carina Briscoe’s family runs the most successful resort of the holiday season because of the Mistletoe Effect. Every wedding taking… Read more »

Review: Her Lone Wolf by Paige Tyler

Review: Her Lone Wolf by Paige Tyler

After reading the first book in the series, there was no way I wasn’t reading this one. I was thrilled that this was Clayne’s story as he was such an interesting character in the first book. And like the first one, this one was full of action, suspense, and not just engaging, passionate characters. I thought it would jump in… Read more »

Emily: Sex and Sensibility by Sandra Marton #AudioReview

Emily: Sex and Sensibility by Sandra Marton #AudioReview

I was given the opportunity to browse through some Audible.com books that were up for review and the title on this one caught my eye. Interesting ‘sex’ and ‘sensibility’ in one woman, promising… So I grabbed it up to try a new to me author and a book that starts a spin-off series about the Wilde Sisters after she had… Read more »

Spotlight: Gabriel’s City by Laylah Hunter

Spotlight: Gabriel’s City by Laylah Hunter

Hi, everyone, thanks for having me on this tour for Gabriel’s City! Don’t forget to leave a comment at the end of this post to win a chance at the ZOMG Smells giveaway! Spoiled young aristocrat Colin Harwood has always enjoyed flirting with danger, but he’s always been able to retreat to safety—until bad decisions and a chance encounter plunge… Read more »

Review: Lady Elinor’s Wicked Adventures by Lillian Marek

Review: Lady Elinor’s Wicked Adventures by Lillian Marek

New to me author, debut novel and a ‘friends to lovers’ romance set against an archeological adventure in Italy during the Victorian period? Cue the excitement. I got some dashing surprises even beyond the enjoyment that I expected too. There was intrigue and oh lordy, there was humor- loads of humor. There were a few spots of melodrama, but on… Read more »

Afternoon Delight: Holiday On Ice by Jaci Burton

Afternoon Delight: Holiday On Ice by Jaci Burton

The Delight Getting a quick romance at the holidays with a dance and hockey player. It’s sexy and fun to watch these two overcome their issues, but still enjoy the season. Patrick “Trick” Niemeyer where have you been all my life? Oh, right playing hockey in New York. Well, and the fact that you are seeing Stella Slovinski. These two met in… Read more »

Review: A Cursed Bloodline by Cecy Robson

Review: A Cursed Bloodline by Cecy Robson

Let me stop and catch my breath! Man, this one was packed full. After the way the last book left off, I was expecting it, but still. My stars! This was a tough grind through most of the book where Celia was forced to go it alone as terrible things kept happening to her and those she loved. It was… Read more »

Review: Foolish Games by Tracy Solheim

Review: Foolish Games by Tracy Solheim

Tis the Football Season and I was pleased to take up a football-themed sports romance by a new-to-me author. I knew this was a second book in a series, but got lucky in that this didn’t factor into my ability to engage with the story and characters. This one did tap on one of my plot pet peeves and it… Read more »

Yours Affectionately: Persuasion, Captain Wentworth, and Cracklin’ Cornbread by Mary Jane Hathaway

Yours Affectionately: Persuasion, Captain Wentworth, and Cracklin’ Cornbread by Mary Jane Hathaway

I had a lot of reasons I wanted to read this story when I picked it up:  modern retelling of my favorite Jane Austen story, new to me author, southern small town setting.  I didn’t pay close attention to the blurb or pay attention to the book chatter or even read the earlier books in the series so I got… Read more »

Review: One Kiss with a Rock Star by Amber Lin and Shari Slade

Review: One Kiss with a Rock Star by Amber Lin and Shari Slade

Where to start with this hot mess. Ok, one this is the second book in the Half-Life series about a band called Half-Life. Having not read the first book, I am going to guess that Lock, the lead singer, Krist the bassist and Hailey, the love interest for book one had a threesome…in an elevator…and it was all caught on tape…. Read more »

Review: Warrior by Cara Bristol

Review: Warrior by Cara Bristol

Warrior is the final book on the Breeder series about a planet where the males rule in two classes, Alpha and Betas, while the women are only used as Breeders, anal sex and domestic discipline. It is a very harsh society where nipples are pierced to denote their alliance or ownership. Alphas bond with male betas and get Breeders (women)… Read more »