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: 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: One Hot Night by Samantha Hunter

One Hot Night Samantha Hunter

One Hot Night opens with Audra Leone handcuffed to a post and unable to reach the key to unlock herself.  She knows yelling won’t do any good because the bar next door is too noisy and nobody would hear her.  Lucky for her, sexy bar owner Scott Beckett shows up and retrieves the key for her only […]

Review: The Professional: Part 2 by Kresley Cole

The Professional: Part 2 Kresley Cole GameMaker series part 2

Part 1 of The Professional left off with Sevastyan and Natalie in a semi-compromised situation.  We learned that if they were to consummate their relationship it would be as good as getting married.  Sevastyan has done a 180 and is ready for that step but Natalie isn’t sure that is what she wants.  It ends up not mattering what […]

Review: Dragon Awakened by Jaime Rush

Dragon Awakened by Jaime Rush, The Hidden series

They are the Hidden. Not quite human. Far from normal. And never, ever safe… Dragon Awakened starts a new series by Jaime Rush.  I do not think there are nearly enough dragon series out there so when I saw this one I jumped all over it.  There is something about a big, bad dragon that […]

Review: Along Came Trouble by Erin Kern

Along Came Trouble (Trouble #3) by Erin Kern

I must admit I picked this book to read because of the cover. I didn’t even look at the blurb. I saw cowboy hats and a big field, and I was sold. While the story is set in Wyoming, throughout it I kept wondering, “Where’s the cowboy?” The main characters in Along Came Trouble are […]

Review: Dragon Rising by Jaime Rush

Dragon Rising (The Hidden 0.6) by Jaime Rush

Dragon Mine and Dragon Rising are two prequels for Jaime Rush’s new Hidden series.  Dragon Mine is about Kirin and Dragon Rising is about his sister Lyra.  I suspect both books are a setup to get the reader used to the terminology and the world for when the first full length book releases in December.  Either way, I am […]

Review: Fatal Strike by Shannon McKenna

Fatal Strike by Shannon McKenna

Fatal Strike is book 10 in Shannon McKenna’s McClouds and Friends series.  Back around book 8, Blood and Fire, (or maybe a little earlier) we saw a paranormal twist added to the series.  It came in the form of evil scientist using drugs to brainwash their victims.  This theme progressed and in One Wrong Move we […]