Review: Takeover by Anna Zabo

Takeover by Anna Zabo

CEO, Sam Anderson lives out of a suitcase, traveling on a regular basis as a “fixer” to failing companies. But one night in Curacao, after a hellish workday, he finds himself at the bar with the hopes of drowning his day away with a drink. Michael Sebastian is on his last night of vacation in […]

Review: Bliss by Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau

Bliss by Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau

Rory James has come to Beulah to live a better life. Life outside Beulah is hard and uncompromising so the promise of safety and happiness is something everyone wants a piece of. He has been accepted into Beulah and given a promising job as the assistant to Jericho Lowell, a respected Chief Justice in the […]

Review: Fit for the Job by Darien Cox

Fit for the Job by Darien Cox

“Stay with me.  Make me your home.” Fitness professional Jay Capello has recently accepted a summer position as personal trainer to teenager, Sassy Wright; daughter of movie stars Eben and Ingrid Wright.  Sassy is a fifteen year old terror to her parents and the household staff.  After threatening to release a home video revealing her […]

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: Tequila Mockingbird by Rhys Ford

Tequila Mockingbird (Sinners #3) by Rhys Ford

I have a lot of love for Rhys Ford and pretty much everything she writes. Her Sinner’s Gin series is a particular favorite of mine. As soon as I opened the first page of the first book and met the Morgan clan I totally and completely fell in love. I might have mentioned it before in […]

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 […]

Joint Review: Cross & Crown by Abigail Roux

Cross and Crown Abigail Roux

THERE BE SPOILERS AHEAD! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! When Nick O’Flaherty arrives at the scene of a double homicide to find he has a witness to the crime, he thinks it’s his lucky day. But when he realizes his witness is suffering from amnesia and can’t even remember his own name, Nick wishes he’d gone […]

Review: Nothing But Smoke by Daisy Harris

Nothing But Smoke (Fire and Rain #3) by Daisy Harris

I’ve reviewed both of the previous books in the Fire and Rain series by Daisy Harris. Book one, From the Ashes told the story of Tomas and Jesse. The second book, After the Rain, featured Jesse’s friend Henri and another firefighter and co-worker of Tomas’s, Logan. Both were sweet romances that were enjoyable and sexy. Nothing […]

Review: Sharp Love by Ava March

Sharp Love (Gambling on Love #2) by Ava March

Friends since childhood, William Drake and Jack Morgan have only ever had each other. Growing up in the slums of London, they had to scrap and scrape to get by, sometimes doing unsavory things, but somehow still managed to protect one another and give each other a measure of comfort. As they grew older Jack decided he wanted to […]