Review: Still Life with Strings by LH Cosway

Still Life with Strings by L.H. Cosway

I feel like a gap in reality, a moment where people can pause mid-stride and say in a breathy, wonder-filled voice, wow, look at that. For the more cynical, wow, look at that nutjob. Jade Lennon lives a rather interesting life. She is the guardian to her younger siblings, a recovering alcoholic working as a bartender […]

Review: Perfect Catch by Sierra Dean

Perfect Catch by Sierra Dean Boy of Summer #2

Minor league umpire Alice Darling loves everything about baseball. That means hunky ball players are strictly off limits—dating one would be professional suicide. With a young daughter and a brother to care for, she can’t afford to slip up. Truth is, as a young, stupid, nineteen-year-old townie, she did once date a player. That’s how […]

Review: The Bride Says Maybe by Cathy Maxwell

The Bride Says Maybe (The Brides of Wishmore #2)

The Bride Says Maybe is the second book in The Brides of Wishmore series by Cathy Maxwell. My main complaint about the first book, The Bride Says No ,was that it was all over the place as far as POVs and the woman who was supposed to be the main character, Lady Aileen, took such a […]

Review: Down on Her Knees by Christine Bell

Down on Her Knees (Dare Me #3) by Christine Bell

Down on Her Knees is the third book in the Dare Me series by Christine Bell. I’ve been waiting for this story since Rafe and Courtney had their little spat over his bdsm lifestyle during Lacey’s bachelorette party in the novella Down the Aisle. Ahhh, the sexual tension!! “See there you go again, talking about yanking […]

Review: Dark Cravings by Madeline Pryce

Dark Cravings by Madeline Pryce

As a half-breed vampire, Ella Grey’s life sucks. She does her best to pass the time killing demons and secretly admiring her Shadow Hunter partner, Micah. He’s hot, dangerous and knows it. He’d be just Ella’s type if he weren’t likely to kill her the moment she put a toe out of line. The blurb […]

Review: After the Rain by Daisy Harris

After the Rain (Fire and Rain #2) by Daisy Harris

Before I get into my review I just want give a cyber high five to whomever designs the beautiful covers for this series. They make my inner cover whore jump for joy every time I see them. The second book in Daisy Harris’s Fire and Rain series tells the story of Henri and Logan. If you […]

Review: The Gentleman’s Madness by Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon

The Gentleman's Madness by Summer Devon

Blurb: “An imprisoned heart finds escape in forbidden love. “ No pride. No privacy. No hope. Academic John Gilliam thought being caught embracing another man was the worst that could happen. Until he agrees to “treatment” at an asylum, where a vicious attack leaves him shaken and afraid. But having all means of writing or […]

Review: Cold Iron by D.L McDermott

Cold Iron (Cold Iron #1) by D.L. McDermott

Beth Carter has an uncanny knack for finding ancient Celtic burial sites. Unfortunately for her she’s spent most of her career under the shadow of a conniving ex-husband who has used her gift to steal artifacts and sell them to the highest bidder. He’s the professor and she’s just his assistant, at least that’s how […]

Review: Broken Dove by Kristen Ashley

Broken Dove Kristen Ashley

Out of all Kirsten Ashley series I think this is one of my favorites. I love that this is pure fantasy and reminds me of the fairy tales I used to read as a young girl. I love that the heroines are transported to another world where they meet strong, handsome men and fall in love. […]

Review: Fighting For Irish by Gina L. Maxwell

Fighting For Irish Gina L. Maxwell

As a favor to a friend Aiden “Irish” O’Brien leaves Boston and heads down to a small, backwoods town in Louisiana to check on his friend’s soon to be wife’s little sister, one Kat MacGregor.  When he finds her he is stunned to realize that she’s absolutely gorgeous, obviously hiding out from something and he is crazy attracted to her. So he stays. He makes […]