Review: Truly by Ruthie Knox

Truly by Ruthie Knox New York series #1

May Fredericks is having a rough day, rough week, well….rough couple of months?  After moving to New York to be with her famous football boyfriend she is proposed to in a less than acceptable way.  Her instinctive response is to stab the man proposing with a fork, not a good thing since he is the quarterback, and […]

Review: Black Rook by Kelly Meade

Black Rook by Kelly Meade

Black Rook is the first book in the new Cornerstone trilogy by Kelly Meade (aka Kelly Meding). This new series centers around a Loup Garou run and the three sons of the Alpha. The McQueen brothers are all vastly different and each story will focus on one brother and give them their own HEA, but will have a story arc […]

Review: Crave the Night by Lara Adrian

Crave the Night by Lara Adrian

As a huge fan of this series I was very excited to hear that it would continue on with the children of the original breeds. The last book, Edge of Dawn, brought this world 20 years into the future and evolved from its original PNR roots, into more of a cross between paranormal and urban fantasy romance. This […]

Review: Fast Track by Julie Garwood

Fast Track by Julie Garwood Buchanan-Renard series #12

Cordelia “Cordie” Kane is the third best friend in the Sophie, Regan and Cordie trilogy.  The three stories are actually part of the Buchanan-Renard series with Sophie’s book being Fire and Ice and Regan’s book being Murder List.  Aiden is Regan’s older brother and the man Cordie has had a crush on since she was a […]

Review: Fit for the Job by Darien Cox

Fit for the Job by Darien Cox

“Stay with me.  Make me your home.” Fitness professional Jay Capello has recently accepted a summer position as personal trainer to teenager, Sassy Wright; daughter of movie stars Eben and Ingrid Wright.  Sassy is a fifteen year old terror to her parents and the household staff.  After threatening to release a home video revealing her […]

Review: Takedown by Cat Grant

Takedown (Bannon's Gym #2) by Cat Grant

Tom Delaney first appeared in book one of the Bannon’s Gym series, Black Dog. The teenaged Tom readers were first introduced to was a lost boy on the streets, afraid for his and his mother’s safety and very angry. He was taken in, given a home and then a job at the diner by the Eddie Roscoe and his mother Gloria. He […]

Review: To Marry A Scottish Laird by Lynsay Sands

To Marry A Scottish Laird (An English Bride In Scotland #2)

To Marry A Scottish Laird has been  sitting on my TBR list for a while. I started it and only got to the end of the first chapter before I set it aside for a couple of weeks because of several must read now books that caught my attention and got me all distracted. To be fair, this happens to […]

Review: Naughty Bits Part IV The Highest Bid by Joey W. Hill

The Highest Bid (Naughty Bits #4) by Joey W. Hill

“Don’t forget, MadGirl.  Eight…the sign of infinite possibilities.  Promise me.” The Highest Bid is the fourth and final installment of Joey W. Hill’s Naughty Bits serial. We have witnessed Logan and Madison’s relationship bloom over the course of the books as well as observed how Madison has come to accept her desire for submission. A […]

Review: Poison Promise by Jennifer Estep

Poison Promise (Elemental Assassin #11) by Jennifer Estep

With the eleventh book in the Elemental Assassin series, Jennifer Estep continues to deliver and deliver big. For those readers who were afraid this series was going to go stale at the conclusion of the original story arc, you can rest easy. This series just keeps getting better and better with every new installment and Gin remains […]