TRUST – A Kylie Scott Review

Trust is honestly one of the best books I've read and the fact that this is a new avenue for Kylie is surprising. She perfectly captures the age of discovering who you are all while navigating the social rules of teenage law. Edie and John become entangled after a night of horrors leaves one teenager … Continue reading TRUST – A Kylie Scott Review

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MISTER HOCKEY – A Lia Riley Review, Excerpt, Interview, & Giveaway

Breezy lives life in her namesake; running the children's section of her library and escaping to her romance books was all she needed. But when her sister comes through when her special guest star can't make it...she walks in with none other than Jed West...Breezy's all time hockey-star crush. What can only be described as … Continue reading MISTER HOCKEY – A Lia Riley Review, Excerpt, Interview, & Giveaway

CHECKMATE: THIS IS DANGEROUS -A Kennedy Fox Review & Giveaway

Oh hi, did you want a story that melts your panties, warms your heart, and makes you scream in shock at the end? Well say hello to THIS IS DANGEROUS! Kennedy Fox is back and ready to BLOW YOUR MIND. My bestie got me in to this series not to long ago and thankfully I … Continue reading CHECKMATE: THIS IS DANGEROUS -A Kennedy Fox Review & Giveaway

WIRED – A Julie Garwood Review

Oh this book had so much potential! FBI bad boy meets hacker model?! That's just asking for some sexy action. Unfortunately it fell a little flat DESPITE the entertaining plot. Allison is about to graduate college and is a profoundly genius hacker; her brain exists in code. The main plot of this story was a … Continue reading WIRED – A Julie Garwood Review

JUST THE THING – A Marie Harte Review

Gavin's got a rough past and coming home with a severe case of PTSD isn't easy for any marine. Finding solace as a gym trainer, Gavin meets Zoe. Sarcastic and sassy, it seems that Zoe has no time for Gavin. But he sees the loss behind her eyes and can't help but tug on the … Continue reading JUST THE THING – A Marie Harte Review

FUEL FOR FIRE – A Julie Ann Walker Review

Julie Ann Walker is the BEST action romance writer! Dagan and Chelsea's story is filled with heart-dropping action that left me begging to turn the page. When Chelsea is finally able to go out in to the field to show her strength, it leaves Dagan in a comparable position. He cares for her but can … Continue reading FUEL FOR FIRE – A Julie Ann Walker Review

SAY YOU’LL STAY – A Corinne Michaels Review

Whew...these southern romances are winning me over lately. Presley is a southern girl turned city slicker after the boy she loved broke her heart. She thinks she's found her new dream: a husband who supports and loves her, children whom she adores, and a business with her best friend and sister in law that bring … Continue reading SAY YOU’LL STAY – A Corinne Michaels Review

KING OF CLUBS – A Sandra Owens Review, Excerpt, & Giveaway

The Gentry brothers....3 sexy as sin motorcycle bar owners who are also secretly undercover FBI Agents. After the drama of Alex and Madison, Court and Lauren are thrown together in the midst of the action. It turns out that years before they had a whirlwind romance that was a story for the ages. When Lauren … Continue reading KING OF CLUBS – A Sandra Owens Review, Excerpt, & Giveaway

RAW NEED – A Cherrie Lynn Review & Excerpt

So there aren't many stories where the hero has to fight for a woman who's recently lost her husband and is currently pregnant....drama am I right? But Raw Need does it in THE most believable way! Zane is the rocker that Rowan has always dreamed of, typical for any teenager. But through a series of … Continue reading RAW NEED – A Cherrie Lynn Review & Excerpt

WHERE I BELONG – An M. O’Keefe Review

It's time for Tommy and Beth's story to come to an end. Will the Debt be paid or will they have to run for their lives? With their pasts seemingly behind them Beth and Tommy finally allow themselves to feel  in a way they've only dreamed. Tommy's been stuck in a state of stasis after … Continue reading WHERE I BELONG – An M. O’Keefe Review