Review: Hot for His Hostage by Angel Payne

Review: Hot for His Hostage by Angel Payne

Angel Payne’s W.I.L.D. series has been on my list to read for a long time. I really wanted to get into bad boys, dominant to the heart, faithful the submissives that own them. Well, I jumped in at book 6 and I was prepared to over look the things I didn’t understand that I should have read about in the… Read more »

Review: Lying With Scorpions by Aleksandr Voinov

Review: Lying With Scorpions by Aleksandr Voinov

The fantasy world of the Scorpions and the story of Kendra, one of their own, that Mr. Voinov created had me enthralled when I read the first part of the story in Scorpion. What began the process of a coming into his own story journey for Kendra continues in this second segment. It has been some time since I read… Read more »

Review: Sweeter Than Sin by Shiloh Walker

Review: Sweeter Than Sin by Shiloh Walker

After the last book, I most eagerly dove into this one. The mystery and suspense and all that is going on in the small town of Madison grabbed me up. As I pushed through this one, I encountered one reveal after another. There are layers upon layers of secrets here so that even if I got a few sorted, the… Read more »

Review: Deeper Than Need by Shiloh Walker

Review: Deeper Than Need by Shiloh Walker

I was so unprepared for the intensity of this story. I read it more slowly than I’m want to do with books because of how hard hitting it was and that was without getting the full feel of things since its a suspense plot that continues through the whole series. I just kept thinking as I read, ‘This- this is… Read more »

Review: Broken by Laura Wright

Review: Broken by Laura Wright

I love it when a series builds on a beginning and just seems to get better with the sequel. I loved the situation that brought the Cavanaugh brothers back together after the death of their father, their determination to find out what really happened when their young sister was killed, and explore the personal pain that each brother experiences from… Read more »

Review: Chieftain by Command by Frances Housden

Review: Chieftain by Command by Frances Housden

The Scottish Highlands during the eleventh century were pretty exciting times particularly after William of Normandy invaded the lands to the south and the Norse and Irish were still invading the coasts as well. Exciting times indeed and a strong backdrop for an action and romance plot. I jumped in eagerly, moderately enjoyed the story for most of it, but… Read more »

Review: Reaper’s Stand by Joanna Wylde

Review: Reaper’s Stand by Joanna Wylde

Picnic’s Story…In a way, I feel like I could end the review there and that would be enough to send Reapers MC series fans dashing to the stores–but I won’t.  Reese ‘Picnic’ Hayes feared and respected president of the Reapers MC has been a larger than life recurring character since book one.  In a sense, his story has been developing… Read more »