Review: Forbidden by Jess Michaels

Forbidden (The Wicked Woodleys 1) by Jess Michaels

Jude Samson has been intimately involved with the Woodley clan for decades. He works as a man of affairs for the oldest brother Edward and considers them the closest thing he has for a family. He has also been in love with the youngest sister, Lady Audrey, since the first moment he laid eyes on […]

Review: Sustained By Emma Chase

Sustained by Emma Chase Legal Briefs series #2

Sustained is book two in Emma Chase’s The Legal Brief’s series.  We met Jake Becker in book one, Overruled, as he is part of the group of very talented DC defense attorneys.  It takes a certain personality to be a defense attorney and Jake has that personality.  He is arrogant, smooth and never stands still.  […]

Review: When a Scot Ties the Knot by Tessa Dare

When a Scot Ties the Knot (Castles Ever After #3) by Tessa Dare

Madeline Gracechurch has absolutely no desire to attend balls or find a husband. She would much rather stay home and spend time with her drawing pencils and letters while keeping her awkwardness around crowds under wraps. So in a moment of desperation she invents a lovely romance with a charming, dedicated beau. In order to […]

Review: The Darkest Flame by Christina Lee

The Darkest Flame (Roadmap to Your Heart #1) by Christina Lee

Vaughn O’Keefe is part owner of the Hog’s Den, his partner happens to be none other than the President of the Disciples of the Road MC. Which means he’s part of their world, but he isn’t. He’s privy to much of their business, but only as a friend to the club, not as an insider. […]

Review: A Lady’s Guide to Skirting Scandal by Kelly Bowen

A Lady's Guide to Skirting Scandal (The Lords of Worth #2.5) by Kelly Bowen

This was my first book by Kelly Bowen and it definitely won’t be my last. Although it was only a novella, I can tell that she’s able to write compelling characters and good chemistry, so I’m looking forward to see what she can do with a full-length novel. Series. For those who like to read […]