Review: A Place Called Harmony by Jodi Thomas

Review: A Place Called Harmony by Jodi Thomas

The idea of romance set against the backdrop of the inception of a town on the frontier of Northern Texas after the Civil War had vast appeal. It didn’t hurt that it was written by an author I’ve had my eye on to try out her stuff for a while. From the beginning, this story that is really several stories… Read more »

Dark BDSM with a Menage Twist…Safeword: Arabesque by Candace Blevins #Review

Dark BDSM with a Menage Twist…Safeword: Arabesque by Candace Blevins #Review

Warning: Contains graphic language, consensual BDSM, male/male sexual practices, bondage, male chastity devices, and the use of toys including clamps, canes, paddles, floggers, plugs, and gags. There is also a rape scene that may disturb readers. The Delight It’s nice to see growth in Candace’s writing, but I also had a hard time with some elements that made me uncomfortable…. Read more »

Review: Archangel’s Shadows by Nalini Singh

Review: Archangel’s Shadows by Nalini Singh

Nalini Singh creates a paranormal world like few others can. She makes the reader really believe her angels and vampires are definitely not human and humans are right to be leery. The series has held onto all that made it good even though we are now seven books and several novellas in. The focus has shifted a bit from Elena… Read more »

Afternoon Delight: A Very Levet Christmas by Alexandra Ivy

Afternoon Delight: A Very Levet Christmas by Alexandra Ivy

I really enjoyed the last time the author wrote a Christmas novella featuring the adorable gargoyle, Levet, so I was tickled to see she had done it again. This time it not only pursues a little adventure for Levet acting as a Christmas Angel/matchmaker, but introduces Salvatore and Hailey’s cutie babies. Levet is feeling sorry for himself because he was… Read more »

Review: A Love To Call Her Own by Marilyn Pappano

Review: A Love To Call Her Own by Marilyn Pappano

I had the opportunity to read a Christmas anthology last year and one of the novellas was be this author and from this series. I loved the story because I loved the idea of a series of books built around a group of women who call themselves The Margarita Club with the only qualification for membership being that they are… Read more »

Review: The Second Chance Hero by Jeannie Moon

Review: The Second Chance Hero by Jeannie Moon

Saw the blurb and just had to read this one. I am a total sucker for a military romance and in this case I got two military vet characters all in one story. She was a combat nurse and he was/is a marine. Oh yes, please! The book is part of a series and highlights the fourth of a set… Read more »

Review: Falling In by Lydia Michaels

Review: Falling In by Lydia Michaels

This was such a unique story when it came to the hero and heroine’s situations- a billionaire and a person who is homeless- that I just had to see where it went. I have never read anything by this author so I found that another good reason. Plus, I knew going in that this is part of trilogy that reads… Read more »