Review: The Duke and The Lady in Red by Lorraine Heath

The Duke and the Lady in Red (Scandalous Gentlemen of St. James #3) by Lorraine Heath

This book made me cry. No really, the ending had me all teary-eyed, with that intense, heavy feeling in my chest that makes breathing difficult. I haven’t done that with a book in so long, that it surprised me. I’ve always enjoyed Lorraine Heath’s historical romances, but I really think this is my favorite of […]

Review: Carry the Ocean by Heidi Cullinan

Carry the Ocean Heidi Cullinan

I have a lot of love for unconventional romances. Especially ones as captivating and sweetly romantic as Carry the Ocean. Before I get into my thoughts on why I loved this romance so much let me introduce to the guys. First there is Emmet. This is how he describes himself: Frankly, I’m awesome, and anybody who […]

Joint Review: Crash and Burn by Abigail Roux

Crash & Burn (Cut & Run #9) by Abigail Roux

SPOILERS AHEAD.  WE WILL NOT SPOIL THE BAD GUY BUT OTHER MINOR SPOILERS WILL BE TALKED ABOUT  YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED Crash & Burn, as we now know the title, is book nine in the Cut & Run series.  It is also the final book in Ty and Zane’s love story.  Just typing that line […]

Review: Hearts of Fire by L.H. Cosway

Hearts of Fire (Six of Hearts #2) by L.H. Cosway

I’ve always thought the very best stories, the very, very best, are ones where you find yourself lost in your own head and imagination while reading, ones that give you the feeling that you can actually see the sights and hear the sounds and reach out and practically touch the characters. Where you almost feel like you are a part of the story. They are […]

Review: Rock Hard by Nalini Singh

Rock Hard (Rock Kiss #2) by Nalini Singh

Most romance readers are quite familiar with Nalini Singh’s paranormal series’. The Psy-Changeling and Guild Hunter books are must-read, favorites of both Jen and I and we anxiously await each one. Last year Ms. Singh announced that she was also working on contemporary romances featuring the rock band, Schoolboy Choir. I will admit I was […]