Review: Losing Control by Jen Frederick

Losing Control by Jen Frederick

Blurb from Goodreads: I’d do anything to keep my mother alive. Anything, including ask Ian Kerr for help. I don’t know much about him, except that he has more money than some small countries. And he’s willing to spend it on me. Just one catch: there’s a string attached, and not just the one I […]

Review: Sam and Aaron by L.B. Gregg

Sam and Aaron by L.B. Gregg Men of Smithfield series #5

Sam and Aaron is the fifth book in L.B. Gregg’s Men of Smithfield series.  I have always found this series to have very quirky characters.  Previous books have featured an agoraphobic hero who writes gay porn, a tattooed masseuse/children’s book writer with a daughter of his own, a tutor who sleeps with his student’s older brother […]

Review: Seducing the Bridesmaid by Katee Robert

Seducing the Bridesmaid by Katee Robert Wedding Dare series #3

A couple of days ago I read book 2 in the Wedding Dare series and decided that I would now have to read them all.  Seducing the Bridesmaid is officially book 3 but the books all flow together so well I almost think you could read them in any order.  Not that you should….but you could. […]

Review: The Accidental Duchess by Madeline Hunter

The Accidental Duchess by Madeline Hunter The Fairbourne Quartet series #4

Lydia Thornton is being blackmailed over her silly attempt at a book from many years ago.  The problem with the book is that, even though she was simply writing down what she observed, it could seem like she was spying for the enemy.  The spying could be explained away however she had also wrote some very embarrassing […]

Review: Avenge Me by Maisey Yates

Avenge Me by Maisey Yates

Austin, Hunter and Alex meet once a year to raise a glass to their old friend Sarah.  Though they used to be good friends Sarah’s suicide changed everything and now they meet and then go back to their lives until the same time one year later.  This year Austin has decided it will be different.  He […]

Review: The Virgin’s Guide to Misbehaving by Jessica Clare

The Virgin's Guide to Misbehaving (Bluebonnet #4)

The fourth book in the Bluebonnet series by Jessica Clare tells the story of Grant’s painfully shy sister Elise and the newest employee of Wilderness Survival Expeditions, Rome. Rome and Elise were both introduced in book three,  The Expert’s Guide to Driving a Man Wild, which was Grant and Brenna’s story. I was so excited […]

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: 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: 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.  […]