Random Friday: New Kindles, Elemental Assassins, Blog Birthday and More

Romance Barbie and Ken

Happy Friday y’all!!  It’s back to school time for us! Yay!! Tuesday my youngest will start kindergarten. Our last first day of kindergarten!! You can tell I’m excited because of the !!! abuse going on in today’s post! I think we should celebrate with a video that just never gets old and truly reflects my […]

Series Book Bargains: Hot Weekend Reads

Shopping Bag

I read and reviewed Feeling Hot and Heat of the Moment this week and I’ll read the rest of the series this weekend. I thought I’d post a few series book bargains today in case you want to gobble up a series this weekend. Out of Uniform Series by Elle Kennedy A very sexy series […]

Review: Archangel’s Storm by Nalini Singh

Archangel's Storm Nalini Singh

I didn’t realize quite how much I missed Singh’s Guild Hunter world until I jumped back into it. The first book in this series, Angels’ Blood, gave me my first taste of this author and I loved it so much that I indulged in a serious glom session and inhaled the rest of her backlist. […]

Review: Hell on Wheels by Julie Ann Walker

Hell On Wheels Julie Ann Walker

Black Knights Inc.—Behind the facade of their tricked–out motorcycle shop is an elite special ops team assigned the jobs too hot for anyone else to handle. Hold On Tight… Ex–Marine Nate “Ghost” Weller is an expert at keeping his cool—and his distance—which makes him one hell of a sniper. It’s also how he keeps his […]

Review: The Lost Night by Jayne Castle

The Lost Night Janyne Castle

Jayne Castle also writes as Jayne Ann Krentz and Amanda Quick.  I enjoy all of Arcane series books no matter what name they are written under.  She has a fun way of writing with Amanda Quick being the historical book, Jayne Ann Krentz the present day book and then Jayne Castle following up with the futuristic book.  It […]

Review: Improper Relations by Juliana Ross

Improper Relations Juliana Ross

When Hannah’s caught watching her late husband’s cousin debauch the maid in the library, she’s mortified–but also intrigued. An unpaid companion to his aunt, she’s used to being ignored. The black sheep of the family, Leo has nothing but his good looks and noble birth to recommend him. Hannah ought to be appalled at what […]

Review: Heat of the Moment by Elle Kennedy

Heat of the Moment Elle Kennedy

Heat of the Moment by Elle Kennedy is a short novella which was published in the Red-Hot Summer anthology, however this title can be purchased separately. After having just read Feeling Hot by Elle Kennedy I was ready to read more of the Out of Uniform series so I rushed to buy a copy of […]

Mini Review: A Road Not Taken by Jennifer Thorne

A Road Not Taken Jennifer Thorne

Eco-house builder Jascha doesn’t think twice about taking in stray animals. Stray people? This would be a first. But there’s something about the stranded young man—who’s carrying nothing in his car but a hidden gun—that warns Jascha not to leave him alone. Stuck in a soul-sucking bank job, Peter has given up on finding meaning […]

Review: Courting Carolina by Janet Chapman

Courting Carolina by Janet Chapman

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Janet Chapman, she writes contemporary romances with a time travel/paranormal twist. I actually picked up her first release at a grocery store about 10 years ago and was so charmed that I’ve continued with every single new release she has put out since then. Not kidding, I’ve […]

Review: Riveted by Meljean Brook

RIVETED, A Novel of the Iron Seas Meljean Brook

One of the things I like most about Meljean Brook’s steampunk romance series, Iron Seas, is that you never know exactly what you’re going to get when you open the cover and start the first page. This series doesn’t follow a pattern like most series do, you may or may not have met the hero or […]