Review: The Surrogate Husband by Wynter Daniels

The Surrogate Husband by Wynter Daniels

Lucy is a fiercely independent woman who owns a lingerie business and keeps to herself.  Because of past mistakes she doesn’t date and is happy with the way her life is going.  When her mom tells her she might have accidentally told their frail aunt Lucy had gotten married, Lucy is flabbergasted.  To make matters […]

Review: Only Enchanting by Mary Balogh

Only Enchanting by Mary Balogh The Survivors Club series #4

I have an iffy relationship with historical romance.  It has to have the perfect amount of angst and believability.  If not, it won’t hold my attention for longer than a couple of chapters.  If it does hold my attention, there is something cracky that makes me love the forbidden quality of romances played out so many […]

Review: Deacon by Kristen Ashley

Deacon by Kristen Ashley Unfinished Heroes series #4

Possible Spoilers     Deacon is book four in Kristen Ashley’s Unfinished Hero’s series.  This series is a bit darker and dirtier than the typical KA stuff.  She describes it as: And last, one final warning, the heroes of these books are anti-heroes. They are good men who do bad things. They have their reasons. They […]

Review: In Your Eyes by Cardeno C.

In Your Eyes (Mates #3) by Cardeno C.

I’ve sat on this review for a week or so, simply because I still don’t know exactly how I feel about certain aspects of the romance. I discovered Cardeno C. a couple of months ago and have been happily plugging away, picking up as much of her backlist as possible. This is actually the second shifter romance […]

Review: It’s in His Kiss by Jill Shalvis

It's in His Kiss by Jill Shalvis Lucky Harbor series #10

It’s in His Kiss, book 10 in the long-standing Lucky Harbor series, starts a new trilogy with three new couples.  Right away we are introduced to Sam and Becca, the focus of It’s in His Kiss. Becca is running from home, running from expectations and responsibilities and running from an awful event.  She has always […]

Review: Night’s Honor by Thea Harrison

September 2nd 2014 by Berkley

Let me preface this review by saying I LOVE this series. Seriously, I have hard-core love for pretty much every book that’s been released in the Elder Races series, including the novellas and short stories. So it pains me to say this, but this one was so blah for me that I’m wondering what happened. […]

Review: Midnight Vengeance by Lisa Marie Rice

Midnight Vengeance by Lisa Marie Rice Midnight series #4

Midnight Vengeance is book four in Lisa Marie Rice’s Midnight series.  The last full length book in this series was released in 2005 so I was surprised when I saw this one out.  Book one, Midnight Man, is my favorite LMR book and each subsequent book in this series has been enjoyable. Midnight Vengeance is Morton “Jacko” Jackman […]

Review: Black Rook by Kelly Meade

Black Rook by Kelly Meade

Black Rook is the first book in the new Cornerstone trilogy by Kelly Meade (aka Kelly Meding). This new series centers around a Loup Garou run and the three sons of the Alpha. The McQueen brothers are all vastly different and each story will focus on one brother and give them their own HEA, but will have a story arc […]

Review: Takedown by Cat Grant

Takedown (Bannon's Gym #2) by Cat Grant

Tom Delaney first appeared in book one of the Bannon’s Gym series, Black Dog. The teenaged Tom readers were first introduced to was a lost boy on the streets, afraid for his and his mother’s safety and very angry. He was taken in, given a home and then a job at the diner by the Eddie Roscoe and his mother Gloria. He […]

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 […]