Review: Dark Debt by Chloe Neill

Dark Debt Chloe Neill

The question of how to keep a long standing series fresh is something authors seem to struggle with. There is no perfect way to end a series and recently we have seen some last too long thus causing the reading to quit reading and we have seen fan favorites end before what we think is […]

Review: Sleeping with Her Enemy by Jenny Holiday

Sleeping with Her Enemy (49th Floor #2) by Jenny Holiday

You guys!! I love this author! Sleeping with Her Enemy is the second book in Jenny Holiday’s 49th Floor series. It’s also her second published book ever. I talked about how much I enjoyed book one in this series, Saving the CEO, in a WTRW post a couple of weeks ago and how much it sucked […]

Review: Falling From the Sky by Sarina Bowen

Falling from the Sky (Gravity #2) by Sarina Bowen

Hank “Hazardous” Lazarus is an Olympic bound snowboarder who has it all… beautiful women, rowdy friends on the circuit and a reputation as a wild, bad boy. That is until a bad crash lands him in the hospital with a broken back. That’s where he meets Dr. Callie Anders. At least that’s the first time […]

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: 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 […]

Review: Never Judge a Lady by her Cover by Sarah MacLean

Never Judge a Lady by her Cover by Sarah MacLean

I’m one of the readers of this series who was completely blindsided by the revelation of Chase’s identity. After three previous books and many, many scenes where Chase was this mysterious figure who interfered over and again in the lives of the other owners of the Fallen Angel and who moved the members of the ton around […]

Review: Shadowed Heart: A Luc and Summer Novel by Laura Florand

Shadowed Heart A Luc and Summer Novel by Laura Florand Amour de Chocolat series #5.5

One of my favorite authors writing a follow-up on one of my favorite couples?  Yes, please.  Shadowed Heart is the what happened after the HEA story of Luc and Summer.  Luc and Summer are the H/h in The Chocolate Heart.  They are both complex, deep souls and end up being perfect for each other.  Summer wants […]

Review: Merry Christmas, Baby by Jill Shalvis

Merry Christmas, Baby by Jill Shalvis Lucky Harbor series #12.5

Aw, Sheriff Sawyer Thompson.  You yummy beast, you.  Always so complicated but so in love with Chloe.  Sigh….  Merry Christmas, Baby is a novella on one of everyone’s favorite Lucky Harbor couples, Chloe and Sawyer.  Well, at least they were one of my favorites. Chloe is very pregnant with a baby neither one expected.  She is […]

Review: Blamed by Edie Harris

Blamed (Blood Money #1) by Edie Harris

Romantic suspense is tricky for me. I have a few authors I trust,  but it isn’t my favorite genre. I tend to give an exasperated side eye all those ‘in the midst of danger’ sex scenes that always seem to pop up out of no where.  But then Edie Harris’ new release came up for review […]

Review: Archangel’s Shadow by Nalini Singh

Archangel's Shadow by Nalini Singh Guild Hunter series #7

Nalini Singh is a NYT Bestselling author with three wildly popular series.    is the story of Janvier and Ashwini.  They have been a couple, yet not a couple, for many books starting with Angel’s Pawn.  It is book seven in the Guild Hunter series. Jen:  Time for my confession of the day.  Though Ms. Singh’s […]