Review: Anything but Broken by Joelle Knox

Anything but Broken Joelle Knox

Most of you guys are familiar with the names Moira Rogers and Kit Rocha. Under Rogers this writing duo pen paranormal romances and under Rocha dirty, dirty dystopias. Now they’ve branched out to NA contemporaries with their newest release, Anything but Broken. Hannah Casey only comes home to Hurricane Creek in order to bury what’s left […]

Review: Chaos by Jamie Shaw

Chaos (Mayhem #3) by Jamie Shaw

Jamie Shaw is a new to me author, but I was intrigued by the blurb and love a good rock star romance. Blurb from Goodreads: From the moment she saw Shawn Scarlett perform at a school talent show, Kit Larson has loved two things: the guitar, and the gorgeous, green-eyed boy who inspired her to […]

Review: Focus on Me by Megan Erickson

Focus on Me (In Focus #2) by Megan Erickson

He turned to me, that grin playing at his lips. “My name is Riley. And I’m a Pisces.” Colin Hartman can’t seem to finish anything, which is why he is making the trip home to North Carolina after losing his scholarship and flunking out of college. It’s a drive he’s made many, many times, but his […]

A Sci/Fi and A Couple of New Adults- Angela’s M/M Recs for March

Trust the Focus by Megan Erickson

I’m always on the look out for something new to me whether it’s authors, sub-genres or (fingers crossed) plot lines and world building. Here’s a few books I enjoyed in March that I couldn’t wait to recommend you guys. Each are from new to me authors who I will definitely be reading more of in […]

Review: Trade Me by Courtney Milan

Trade Me (Cyclone #1) by Courtney Milan

Last weekend I asked twitterverse for recs on billionaire books that had zero bdsm in them. Because seriously, I’m kind of over that trope. I just can’t deal with the alpha male gazillionaire with the private room full of spanking benches and ben-wa balls anymore. One of the recommendations I received (from several people) was for Courtney Milan’s […]