Review: Beyond the Darkness by Katie Reus

Katie Reus

Beyond the Darkness, the third book in the Darkness series by Katie Reus, tells the story of dragon shifters Keelin Petronilla and Bran Devlin. Keelin, the sister of Drake from Taste of Darkness, is finally out of her forced hibernation and is more than ready to get back to living. She’s finally moved away from her […]

Review: Make Me Up by Avery Flynn

Make Me Up by Avery Flynn Killer Style series #3

Drea and Cam are in a secret relationship.  Cam is one to love ‘em and leave ‘em so Drea attempts to keep it casual and secret in order to protect herself.  She has had plenty of public shaming from her family and knows keeping her business out of the public is the only way to […]

Review: The List by Anne Calhoun

The List by Anne Calhoun

Matilda Davies and Daniel Logan meet on the ledge of a building.  Matilda like the adrenaline rush of sitting out there and Daniel is intrigued by someone who would enjoy such a thing.  Tilda is a matchmaker who keeps a list and thinks Daniel is there to put himself on her list.  She is initially […]

Review: Once and Always by Julia Harper

Once and Always by Julia Harper

I’m a big fan of Elizabeth Hoyt’s historical romances so when I saw this contemporary written under a different name I thought I would give it a try.  Maisa Bradley, May as Sam calls her, has been stopped for speeding.  Again.  Coot Lake cop, Sam West has been pulling her over for the better part of […]

Review: Rough Justice by Sarah Castille

Rough Justice (Sinner's Tribe Motorcycle Club #1) by Sarah Castille

So this was a different biker romance. Ok, there was the prerequisite tatted up bad boys riding hogs, involved in all manner of illegal activities and dirty deeds who are engaged in a war with a rival gang. There was talk of sweet butts and old ladies and new recruits. The angst and drama are through the roof. When […]

Review: White Knight by Kelly Meade

White Knight (Cornerstone Run Trilogy #3) by Kelly Meade, Kelly Meding

I’ve been eagerly anticipating the final installment of the Cornerstone Run trilogy. While each book tells the story of a different brother, Knight is at the center of the main plot and the one who has been victimized the most. This urban fantasy trilogy revolves around the McQueen brothers and their run’s battle against a group of  loup/vampire and loup/magi hybrid sisters who […]

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: Alaskan Adventure by Crystal Jordan

Alaskan Adventure by Crystal Jordan

Anne Kirby has spent her life taking care of her sisters and now that they are out of the house, she is going to do something for herself.  Her mother was never a reliable figure and she didn’t feel comfortable leaving her in charge so she never left home.  Anne is an adrenaline junky and has […]

Review: The Masseuse by Sierra Kincade

The Masseuse by Sierra Kincade

Anne Rossi is one of the best masseuses in the business so it doesn’t shock her when billionaire, Maxim Stein requests her services at his home for a private massage. While she usually screens her clients, she makes an exception for Stein given what she stands to gain monetarily for her services. What Anna doesn’t […]