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: 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: 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 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 […]