Review: Once More, My Darling Rogue by Lorraine Heath

Once More, My Darling Rogue (Scandalous Gentlemen of St. James #2)

Despite my love for Lorraine Heath and her historical romances the beginning of Once More, My Darling Rogue left me a little cold. This is the second book in the Scandalous Gentlemen of St. James series, which is a spin-off of the Scoundrels of St. James series and while I was excited to get Drake […]

Review: Evernight by Kristen Callihan

Evernight by Kristen Callihan Darkest London series #5

Oh, but she was mad, mad, mad.  She stifled a cackle.  Holly Evernight, The Mad Scientist.  To think her cousin Sin used to call her Doctor Frankenstein to get a rise out of her. MINOR SPOILERS FOR SHADOWDANCE, THE PREVIOUS BOOK, AHEAD. In Shadowdance Holly Evernight is kidnapped by Amaros and forced to put a clockwork heart into Will […]

Review: Heroes Are My Weakness by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Heroes Are My Weakness by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Blurb from Goodreads: The dead of winter. An isolated island off the coast of Maine. A man. A woman. A sinister house looming over the sea … He’s a reclusive writer whose macabre imagination creates chilling horror novels. She’s a down-on-her-luck actress reduced to staging kids’ puppet shows. He knows a dozen ways to kill […]

Review: What a Duke Dares by Anna Campbell

What a Duke Dares by Anna Campbell Sons of Sin series #3

Penelope Thorne and Camden Rothermere, Duke of Sedgemoor, have been friends since childhood.  When Cam decides to marry he asks the only woman he has ever liked.  They have known each other forever and will suit nicely.  Nicely enough to not bring the nasty l word into the equation.  Love has no part in Cam’s […]

Review: The Hot Zone by Jayne Castle

The Hot Zone by Jayne Castle Rainshadow #3, Harmony #11

“This is Rainshadow,” Slade said.  “No one ends up here without a really good story.  In my experience, most of those stories turn out to be true.” Rainshadow Island is a place for people who just don’t quite fit in anywhere else.  It is a collection of the misfits and rejects of society.  It is the place […]

Review: Takeover by Anna Zabo

Takeover by Anna Zabo

CEO, Sam Anderson lives out of a suitcase, traveling on a regular basis as a “fixer” to failing companies. But one night in Curacao, after a hellish workday, he finds himself at the bar with the hopes of drowning his day away with a drink. Michael Sebastian is on his last night of vacation in […]

Review: Night’s Honor by Thea Harrison

September 2nd 2014 by Berkley

Let me preface this review by saying I LOVE this series. Seriously, I have hard-core love for pretty much every book that’s been released in the Elder Races series, including the novellas and short stories. So it pains me to say this, but this one was so blah for me that I’m wondering what happened. […]

Review: The Viper by Kele Moon + Giveaway

The Viper Kele Moon

craigslist missed connections >>>wfm *Man with unusual snake tattoo who “ran” into me on New Year’s Eve in Garnet -w4m If this is you please message me. You were so kind to me that night, and the conversation we had changed me for the better. Your courageous actions taught me to be a braver woman […]

Review: Permanent Ink by Laura Simcox

Permanent Ink (Something to Celebrate #2) by Laura Simcox

Permanent Ink is a contemporary romance and the second book in the Something to Celebrate series by Laura Simcox. I wasn’t aware that this was part of a series until after I requested for review. I guess I was blinded by the tattooed hot guy on the cover and missed that part. This is also a […]

Review: One Night of Sin by Elle Kennedy

One Night of Sin by Elle Kennedy After Hours series #1

Gage Holt is one sexy beast.  He has tats, he is a former MMA fighter, he co-owns his own nightclub, he has that angsty, bad boy thing going on….do I really need to write the rest of this review?? Serving as the role of the bouncer in the club he co-owns Gage spies Skyler sitting in […]