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: 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: 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: 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 […]

Review: Looking for Trouble by Victoria Dahl

Looking for Trouble by Victoria Dahl

Sophie Heyer has always been a good girl so when tattooed bad boy Alex Bishop rolls into town she is hardly able to resist him.  But resist him she must.  Alex is the son of a woman who hates her.  The son of a woman who has made her life a living hell all for crimes […]

Review: Into the Shadows by Carolyn Crane

Into the Shadows by Carolyn Crane The Associates series #3

Into The Shadows is book three in Carolyn Crane’s The Associates series.  Into the Shadows is also the continuation of my love affair with Ms. Crane and pretty much everything she writes.  As far as I am concerned someone needs to chain her to a chair and only allow writing to happen.  Dramatic? Maybe.  But that is how […]

Review: Going Under by Jeffe Kennedy

Going Under by Jeffe Kennedy Falling Under series #1

I am a big fan of Jeffe Kennedy’s books (Ruby) and her presence on Twitter.  Her daily pictures are something you don’t want to miss.  So each time I see a new release of hers I give a squeal of joy and immediately hit the purchase button.  Her latest book looks to be the start of […]

Review: This Wicked Gift by Courtney Milan

The Wicked Gift by Courtney Milan

I have never been able to get a grasp on Courtney Milan’s books.  She has such a gift for writing and creating the perfect sentence and wording however I find that I need to be in a certain mood when I open one of her books.  I know when I start one, the story will be rich […]

Review: Tequila Mockingbird by Rhys Ford

Tequila Mockingbird (Sinners #3) by Rhys Ford

I have a lot of love for Rhys Ford and pretty much everything she writes. Her Sinner’s Gin series is a particular favorite of mine. As soon as I opened the first page of the first book and met the Morgan clan I totally and completely fell in love. I might have mentioned it before in […]

Review: One Sexy Ride by Vivan Arend

One Sexy Ride by Vivian Arend Thompson and Sons series #2

One Sexy Ride pretty much had me at the blurb. Chasing her best friend’s big brother has both entertained and frustrated Janey for years. She’s not sure what triggered his change of heart, but hell, yeah, she’ll accept it. Best friend’s brother is my favorite trope and I can rarely pass up a book with […]