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: Night Shift by Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Lisa Shearin and Milla Vane

Night Shift by Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Lisa Shearin , Milla Vane Kate Daniels #7.5, SPI Files 0.5 , Psy-Changeling

Four masters of urban fantasy and paranormal romance plunge readers into the dangerous, captivating world unearthed beyond the dark… Nalini Singh – Secrets at Midnight Bastien is Mercy’s younger brother and someone fans have been clamoring for a story for.  He is dominant, very sexy and needs his mate!  He keeps catching an elusive scent that […]

Review: Gray Bishop by Kelly Meade

Gray Bishop by Kelly Meade

Gray Bishop is the second book in the Cornerstone Run Trilogy, and while I had some problems with the romance in Black Rook, the world-building and premise of this series had me looking forward to the next two releases. Bishop and Jillian, our main characters, feature prominently in the first book and I was very much […]

Review: He’s So Fine by Jill Shalvis

He's So Fine by Jill Shalvis Lcuky Harbor series #11

“It’s Lucky Harbor, ” she said in simple acceptance of the fact that while you could keep your car unlocked in the small coastal town and not worry about theft, you couldn’t keep a damn secret to save your own life. Lucky Harbor, we meet again.  Eleven times I have read about the hunky heroes and […]

Review: Total Abandon by Alice Gaines

Total Abandon by Alice Gaines

You didn’t exactly show up at Club Ecstasy- San Francisco’s exclusive spa, resort and sex palace for women- to get your taxes filed. Angela Carter can explain almost anything in a logical way, except sex.  Sex is the one thing she feels like she doesn’t get.   In order to learn more and make herself better at the act […]

Review: Afternoon Delight by Anne Calhoun

Afternoon Delight by Anne Calhoun

Tim Cannon has become calloused to life and its little pleasures.  He sees every one of life’s emergencies and is jaded from dealing with what he sees as his future.  Each elderly person he cares for reminds him of his grandparents and that someday he will be in that same place.  He has started to overlook anything in […]

Review: Once More, My Darling Rogue by Lorraine Heath

Once More, My Darling Rogue (Scandalous Gentlemen of St. James #2)

Despite my love for Lorraine Heath and her historical romances the beginning of Once More, My Darling Rogue left me a little cold. This is the second book in the Scandalous Gentlemen of St. James series, which is a spin-off of the Scoundrels of St. James series and while I was excited to get Drake […]

Review: What a Duke Dares by Anna Campbell

What a Duke Dares by Anna Campbell Sons of Sin series #3

Penelope Thorne and Camden Rothermere, Duke of Sedgemoor, have been friends since childhood.  When Cam decides to marry he asks the only woman he has ever liked.  They have known each other forever and will suit nicely.  Nicely enough to not bring the nasty l word into the equation.  Love has no part in Cam’s […]

Review: Falling for Max by Shannon Stacey

Falling for Max (Kowalski Family #9) by Shannon Stacey

Oh,  the Kowalskis. I so love this family and the small town that revolves around them. Falling for Max is the ninth book in the Kowalski series by Shannon Stacey and features Max Crawford and Tori Burns. If you are familiar with this series you will most definitely remember Max as the mysterious, much gossiped […]

Review: Lay It Down by Cara McKenna

Lay It Down by Cara McKenna Desert Dogs #1

Five of us, used to be.  Back in the day, when we were just kids, we called ourselves the Desert Dogs.  We thought we were some real hot shit. The cover of Cara McKenna’s newest book screams MC (motorcycle club) which can be good or bad for me.  Sometimes I find MC books to be too real.  […]