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 »

Going Home to Food and Family Recommendations

Going Home to Food and Family Recommendations

Now Thanksgiving Recommendations, yeah…this is a bit tougher for me. I’ve only read one or two including the one I already mentioned above so I’m going to list a few I discovered, but haven’t read yet. First I have one that was offered to me for review. I’ve read the author before and liked her stuff. Key words caught me:… Read more »

Review: Caged in Winter by Brighton Walsh

Review: Caged in Winter by Brighton Walsh

A very enthusiastic booklover made it clear that this was a must-read and so I took a look at it. I’m usually a blurb reader and for once, that wasn’t the big decision maker here. It was the title that grabbed me. Oh, the recommendation, the debut new to me author and the blurb were factors, but it was the… Read more »

Review: Burying Water by K.A. Tucker

Review: Burying Water by K.A. Tucker

Near death, amnesia, a past, a present, but what of the future when memories like water find their way to the surface. The title is weighty and significant all through the book becoming its main theme. Gah, it was good stuff. This author became a favorite when I read and loved her Ten Tiny Breaths series. I was keen to… Read more »

Review: Polar Bared by Eve Langlais

Review: Polar Bared by Eve Langlais

When I knew this story was about Gene, the vengeance-crazed hurting polar bear shifter, I was nearly expiring with impatience to read the story. I mean like if I was interrupted in my reading by a kid, hubby, postal carrier…I’d make Gene look like one of those cute Coca Cola Christmas Polar bears. I know some of you people feel… Read more »

What’s a bear to do when a human has a polar-izing effect?

What’s a bear to do when a human has a polar-izing effect?

Polar Bared      COMING November 4th, 2014A shifter romance by Eve Langlais    What’s a bear to do when a human has a polar-izing effect?   Anti-Hero BIG Bear romance. Gene only has one thing on his mind, vengeance, until Vicky crashes into his life. When Vicky accidentally slides into the side of a polar bear, she doesn’t expect… Read more »

Review: One Night More by Mandy Baxter

Review: One Night More by Mandy Baxter

This was a case of getting grabsie because I saw it was about a US Marshal and was in the mood for some romantic suspense. I hadn’t read the author’s works before under any of her pen names and this was a new series so it seemed a good place to start. I would love to say that I found… Read more »

Afternoon Delight: Out of Control by Alexandra Ivy

Afternoon Delight: Out of Control by Alexandra Ivy

I love this author’s books and have been distracted and unable to try this creative series until now. This prequel novella seemed a good place to start for an introduction to the Sentinel world and characters. I have a suspicion that I should have started with book one regardless of the fact that this is a prequel because there was… Read more »

Review: A New York Christmas by Anne Perry

Review: A New York Christmas by Anne Perry

It was a heartwarming ‘choked up’ feeling to sit down and crack open the story of a young lady that I have known since she was born- in fiction land that is. Jemima Pitt is the grown daughter of the two main characters of the Thomas and Charlotte Pitt historical mystery series. I have been following that series from book… Read more »

Review: Only Enchanting by Mary Balogh

Review: Only Enchanting by Mary Balogh

The Survivor’s Club series is such a unique concept for a Historical Romance series. I was on-board from the beginning mostly because I’m already a long fan of the author, but also because I love it any time a book/series is connected to a military theme or characters past or present. The Survivor’s Club is a band of veterans or… Read more »