Review: Pressure Head by J.L. Merrow

Pressure Head J.L. Merrow

J.L. Merrow wrote one of my favorite M/M books, Muscling Through. I’ve read a few of her other books since that one and what I’ve come to learn is you can never expect the same thing from book to book with her. I have to keep this in mind and it definitely is not a […]

If You Like: Then You Should Read: (Cherise Sinclair Edition)

Cheriese Sinclair

I recently finished My Liege of Dark Haven by Cherise Sinclair. As with all Cherise Sinclair books, I almost cried when I turned the last page. For years I have been searching for a BDSM writer than can compare to Ms. Sinclair but I have yet to find one as good. Maybe I am looking […]

Review: Low Pressure by Sandra Brown

Low Pressure Sandra Brown

Sandra Brown is known for her strong romantic suspense novels.  I have always been a fan.  Low Pressure is the title of a book written by our main protagonist Bellamy Lyston Price and also happens to be the title of this book.  As with most other Sandra Brown books there are many players.  We have our main couple […]

Review: The Last Renegade by Jo Goodman

The Last Renegade Jo Goodman

*sigh* This author remains one of my absolute favorites. She can write the hell out of a book. I read her work and feel like she values my intelligence as a reader. (She doesn’t know me from Adam, but just roll with it) She doesn’t feel the need to shove things in my face to […]

Review: My Liege of Dark Haven by Cherise Sinclair

My Liege of Dark Haven Cherise Sinclair

My Liege of Dark Haven is about the owner of the Dark Haven club.  Previous books have also been written as a compilation with Belinda McBride and Sierra Cartwright.  At the beginning of the book Cherise Sinclair has a foreword: A big thank-you to Belinda McBride and Sierra Cartwright, who started the Dark Haven odyssey […]

Review: Damaged Goods by Lainey Reese

Damaged Goods Lainey Reese

Homicide detective Brice Marshall and his partner Kent are knee-deep in a nasty murder investigation.  Though they have several cases at once this one has been bugging them.  Someone has sliced a young woman up so badly it turns even the hardened detectives stomach’s.  They have been over the crime scene photos and evidence dozens […]

Review: Naked by Raine Miller

Naked Raine Miller

I have admitted on more than one occasion that I am a cover whore.  I have purchased my share of books due to an amazing cover and had both success and failure as a result.  Naked is no exception.  Combine the gorgeous cover with a handsome British hero that will pay whatever price for a […]

Mini Review: Because You Are Mine Part VII: Because I Need To by Beth Kery

Because You Are Mine Beth Kery

Finally.  Finally the part I have been waiting for.  Or at least part of the part.  Let me explain. Because I Need To starts directly after Because You Torment Me.  Ian and Francesca are in bed together and have a rare moment of closeness and sharing.  Ian opens up to her in a way he […]

Review: A Lady Never Lies by Juliana Gray

A Lady Never Lies

Do you want to know why I chose to read this book? Two words: horseless carriage. How exciting and unique is that? This author stepped completely out of the ton and put the reader in a setting where we get to experience what the dawn of the automotive age might have been like. I love […]