Review: Otherwise Engaged by Amanda Quick

Otherwise Engaged by Amanda Quick

Amity Doncaster is captured by the man London calls The Bridegroom.  She manages to escape but her would be murdered tells her exactly why he captured her.  Her recent meeting with Benedict Stanbridge has been all the talk of the gossips and The Bridegroom doesn’t want Amity to trap Benedict into something he doesn’t want. Contrary to […]

Review: Beauty and the Earl by Jess Michaels

Beauty and the Earl (The Pleasure Wars #3) by Jess Michaels

The House of Windbury and the House of Rothcastle have engaged in a feud for generations. No one knows how it started or why, just that each family has been taught while growing up to despise the other. Then Liam, the Earl of Windbury, befriended Matilda, sister to the Duke of Rothcastle, then they fell in love and decided to run […]

Review: Nailed by Christine d’Abo

Nailed by Christine d'Abo

These Cosmo Red Hot Reads are like an addiction for me.  They are shorter books so I can read them in about an hour and they have some super steamy scenes.  Nailed is my latest Cosmo Red Hot Read and it didn’t take long for the book to engage me. Sophia Holbrook has the chance of […]

Review: Wallflower Gone Wild by Maya Rodale

Wallflower Gone Wild by Maya Rodale

Olivia Archer has spent four seasons on the marriage mart. Four. The only thing to come out of those four seasons are embarrassing nicknames like Prissy Missy and London’s Least Likely to Cause a Scandal. Having spent her life following the rules taught by her mother and the finishing school she attended hasn’t worked to get […]

Review: Angel’s Truth by Liz Borino

Angel's Hero by Liz Borino

Angel’s Truth picks up exactly where Angel’s Hero left off and Jordan has finally found his way back home.  He begs Aaron to trust him and not say anything about the stuff he tells him.  Jordan shares classified information with Aaron with the hope that Aaron will be able to help him find justice.  Jordan […]

Review: Do or Die by Suzanne Brockmann

Do or Die (Reluctant Heroes #1) by Suzanne Brockmann

558 pages! This book is 558 pages long and truthfully I was dreading choosing a book to review that was so long – especially the first one in a new series. Brockmann seems to have officially moved away from her famous (and fabulous) Troubleshooters series with this 1st book in a series titled Reluctant Heroes. […]

Review: King of Dublin by Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau

King of Dublin Rate this book 1 of 5 stars2 of 5 stars3 of 5 stars4 of 5 stars5 of 5 stars King of Dublin by Lisa Henry

This was a hard book to get through. I think it took me about five days of picking it up, putting it back down and taking regular breathers for me to finally finish it. The subject matter is what was difficult. I read the blurb and have read these authors before, so I had an idea […]

Review: Double Blind by Heidi Cullinan

Double Blind Heidi Cullinan Special Delivery series book 2

Double Blind is book 2 in the Special Delivery series and it comes with one of those warnings that actually makes me want to read it more than had I not been warned. Warning: This story contains high-stakes poker, gangsters with a weakness for kittens, foursomes, and kinky consensual sex. Double Blind is Randy’s story.  […]

Review: Angel’s Hero by Liz Borino

Angel's Hero by Liz Borino

Days before a potential mission Aaron Collins is pulled off his job and replaced by a less than qualified candidate.    The fact that his husband Jordan is to go on that mission also has Aaron pushing hard to stay on but no matter how much he argues there is nothing to be done so he has to live with it.  Someone […]

Review: Strain by Amelia C. Gormley

Strain by Amelia C. Gormley

I feel like I should give a warning in big shouty caps to all the vanilla or even semi-vanilla readers out there who might want to pick up this book. Because even with this blurb: In a world with little hope and no rules, the only thing they have to lose is themselves. Rhys Cooper […]