Review: Trade Me by Courtney Milan

Trade Me (Cyclone #1) by Courtney Milan

Last weekend I asked twitterverse for recs on billionaire books that had zero bdsm in them. Because seriously, I’m kind of over that trope. I just can’t deal with the alpha male gazillionaire with the private room full of spanking benches and ben-wa balls anymore. One of the recommendations I received (from several people) was for Courtney Milan’s […]

Review: The Secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy by Julia Quinn

The Secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy Julia Quinn

Sir Richard Kenworthy is desperately in need of a wife. An unfortunate trip with a friend to the Smythe-Smith Musicale puts one Miss Iris Smythe-Smith in his sights. She’s the kind of young lady who is the last to get noticed. The kind who doesn’t have a lot of marriage prospects. No big dowry or amazing family connections, […]

Review: The Other Duke by Jess Michaels

The Other Duke (The Notorious Flynns #1) by Jess Michaels

Serafina McPhee has been betrothed to the Duke of Hartholm since she was a young girl. His many cruelties over the years has led her to dream of finding a way to be free from the life she knows will be her fate if they marry. Only days before her wedding she is shocked, and relieved, to hear of […]

Review: One Night of Trouble by Elle Kennedy

One Night of Trouble by Elle Kennedy After Hours series #3

For this one night, he could drop the good-guy mask and act on the primal urges he’d been fighting his entire life. AJ Walsh is the good guy of the bunch.  He is the hero of book three in Elle Kenendy’s After Hours series.  We read him go all sweet and nice when his ex […]

Review: Trust No One by Jayne Ann Krentz

Trust No One by Jayne Ann Krentz

Julius Arkwright lives by two rules.  Trust no one and Everyone has a hidden agenda.  When he is set up with Grace Elland and asked to probe into the recent murder of her boss, he is surprised by his immediate attraction to her and his belief that she is not the person to commit the crime.  […]

Review: Dictatorship of the Dress by Jessica Topper

Dictatorship of the Dress by Jessica Topper Much "I Do" About Nothing #1)

For one insane moment, I contemplated what it would be like to kiss the perfect stranger in the seat next to me.  A kiss with zero history build up behind it.  He was Noah, app guy in 3A.  That was all I knew.  Would we go in, eyes open?  Would what started as a chaste […]

Review: Say Yes to the Marquess by Tessa Dare

Say Yes to the Marquess (Castles Ever After #2) by Tessa Dare

Clio Whitmore is tired of waiting for Piers Brandon, the Marquess of Granville, to finally come home and set a wedding date. Eight years of  the nickname  “Miss Wait-More”, listening to the ton make bets on whether she’ll be a bride and living her life in limbo…. she’s done.  Eight years is enough. After inheriting a castle from her uncle she’s […]

Review: Master of Pleasure by Delilah Marvelle

Master of Pleasure (School of Gallantry #5) by Delilah Marvelle

I like Delilah Marvelle historical romances because they aren’t the usual run of the mill regency love stories. There’s always something just a little bit more sensual, just a little bit darker and this author I not afraid to embrace out of the norm themes. As soon as I opened Master of Pleasure and read […]

Audio Review: Taken With You by Shannon Stacey

Taken With You by Shannon Stacey Kowalski Family series #8

Shannon Stacey’s Kowalski Family series is a wildly popular one.  For some reason, I have never read them all.  About a year or so ago I picked up book one and enjoyed it but just never moved on to book 2.  Normally I’m not the type to read out of order but when the audio […]

Review: A Secret to Die For by Sierra Dean

A Secret to Die For (Secret McQueen #8) by Sierra Dean

I only recently discovered the Secret McQueen world, but quickly fell in love and read straight through to book seven. I couldn’t stop. I even wrote a post about it. Secret is crazy and headstrong and occasionally makes bad relationship choices, but she’s also protective and strong and cares deeply for the group of friends who […]