***Spoilers if you are not up to date with the series*** I always look forward to the sound of the UPS truck stopping in front of my house. Who doesn’t right? I have to fight the urge to run out and help the nice man in brown shorts gather up and sort my packages. He […]
The winner of Phoenix Rising by Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris is: Keisha Talley Congratulations, email is on the way!
This is the first book I have read in Chronicles of the Warlands series, and, unfortunately, I think it will be my last. I don’t think my experience with this book would have been improved by reading any of the previous books because it’s actually the style that I didn’t enjoy, not the storyline. When […]
In the fifth entry in Karen Chance’s Cassandra Palmer series, Cassie is busier than ever preparing for her upcoming coronation as Pythia, the world’s chief clairvoyant. But someone doesn’t want Cassie to become Pythia—-and will go to any lengths to make sure the coronation ceremony never happens. Hunt The Moon by Karen Chance June 7th […]
Blurb: In hot and steamy Sedona, Arizona, three women are about to be granted their most intimate desires. Dani, Bailey, and Kaya think they know what they want from life- success, independence, and a gorgeous man to share their beds-but when they perform an old wish-making ritual together, each of them gets a sinful surprise. […]
I have really enjoyed doing these Random Friday posts each week and I look forward to posting whatever random thing pops into my head. But this week I realized the one thing I really don’t like about Random Friday. It reminds me how fast time goes by. I swear every week I’m shocked that it’s […]
It’s not very often that I read a book labeled as YA. I dislike the drama and love triangles that seem to be a requirement of them. But a Goodreads friend of mine read this book and loved it so much that I became intrigued. I snatched it up when it was offered for review, […]
“Why did you spare me?” he asked. She smiled again. “I didn’t feel like killing you,” she replied. “That’s not really sparing me, is it? That’s just not feeling like it.” “Semantics.” “Not to me.” She looked away from him, inspecting her bloody fingernails, shifting her weight from one leg to the other. When […]
The winner of Kiss Of Snow by Nalini Singh is Jamie B Congratulations! Email is on the way!