Review: Kissing Comfort by Jo Goodman

After finishing this book, I can say with all certainty that it has been much too long since I read a Jo Goodman. I enjoy the current offerings in Historical Romance, but sometimes I long for something a little different. That’s where Jo Goodman comes in. Twisting plots, clever dialogue, subtle characterization…it all works so […]

Review: Forbidden Embers by Tessa Adams

Forbidden Embers - Tessa Adams

After the dark, gritty events in the last book, Hidden Embers, I wasn’t quite sure where this book would take us. I was very surprised to find that it was considerably lighter in tone and that the focus had moved away from the Dragonstar clan. I was pleased by the chance to get a more […]

Review: Devilishly Hot by Kathy Love

Devilishly Hot

Short Summary: Small town girl, Annie Lou Riddle, is offered the job of a lifetime when asked to be the assistant for Finola White owner of HOT! magazine. What Annie doesn’t know is that the job comes with a steep price. Her soul! Nick Rossi is investigating HOT! magazine for the disappearance of 20 girls. […]

Review: Men Out of Uniform Anthology

Men out of Uniform

First of all – is that Paul Marron striking a hot sexy pose on the cover? I do believe it is. That man gets around. Men Out of Uniform is an anthology with stories from Maya Banks, Karin Tabke, and Slyvia Day. All new to me authors so I was excited to give it a […]

Review: The Heart Specialist by Claire Holden Rothman

The Heart Specialist

I looked briefly up from my notes. I was surrounded by hearts, sectioned and preserved. Hearts with holes. Hearts with leaking valves or thickened walls. Hearts with narrow or transposed aortas. I closed my eyes. Summary. The Heart Specialist is the story of Agnes White, a young woman who becomes one of the first female doctors in […]

Review: Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel

Dearly, Departed

This book was a first in many ways for me. It was my first book in the steampunk genre, which seems to have become all the rage. It was my first zombie and my first modern horror novel. And it was the first YA book I’ve read since being a YA myself. I hadn’t been […]

Lover Reborn by J.R. Ward Cover

Lover Reborn

J.R Ward posted the final cover for Lover Reborn (due for release March 27th 2012 by NAL) on her Facebook page. Here is what she said: Tohr’s draft is finally done! He came in at a WHOPPING 754 manuscript pages, a total of 176,937 words AND he’s going to expand as I go through him the next […]

Review: Belong To Me by Shayla Black

Belong To Me

Logan Edgington, when on leave from serving as a Navy Seal, is a Dominant at BDSM Club Dominion teaching discipline to the more difficult Submissives in attendance.  He uses his professionally trained emotional disconnect not only in the field but also in the dungeon.  The club is basically the essence of Logan’s hollow, empty sex […]

Random Friday: Franken-Pops, Mummy Treats, Book Deals and More


Happy Friday!! We’re getting ready for Halloween at my house. Yes, I need a good two weeks to prepare. We have a school Halloween Carnival, a Harvest Festival, two pumpkin patch trips, two school parties, and a Halloween parade to participate in. Yeah. I’ve finally got all the costume stuff ready to go and we’re gearing up […]