Return To Me

» 22 October, 2014 » Reviews » 0 comments

Return To Me

I enjoyed this book. I loved how all the characters blended into the story. it’s hard for an author to acheive that especially if the secondary characters have POVs, though the scenes where the main characters were separated kind of dragged a little. It was a true love story and the little magic tossed in […]

Full Contact by Sidney Halston

» 21 October, 2014 » Reviews » 0 comments

Full Contact by Sidney Halston

Jessica is recouping at her friend Slade’s (well he’s a little more than a friend but we’ll get to that in a minute) house after being physically assaulted by her now ex-boyfriend Dennis. The actual assault and reasons for the assault happen in the book preceding this one but I didn’t read that one and […]

His to Claim by Opal Carew

» 18 October, 2014 » Reviews » 0 comments

His to Claim by Opal Carew

This felt utterly disjointed. It was like a first draft or something. It’s books like this that make we wonder about the editing process at some publishers. This was a serialized novel, so it came out in parts before the entire novel was released as one. I read the first part before requested the rest. […]

All in with the Duke by Ava March

» 17 October, 2014 » Reviews » 0 comments

All in with the Duke by Ava March

Ava March has become one of my auto-buy authors. I always want to own her books because I know I’ll go back to them over and over again. They’re just so good! I loved her Brook Street series, and I’m going to go back and read the Bound series soon. She does historical MM so […]

Ultimate Kill by Kristine Mason

» 16 October, 2014 » Reviews » 0 comments

Ultimate Kill by Kristine Mason

Ever since Jake’s fiancée walked out on him five years ago he has been wondering what exactly went wrong. He’s feelings for her have not wavered and when he finally discovers where she went, he can’t help confronting her and getting some closure. Naomi has been in hiding since she was nineteen years old when […]

The Mistress by Tiffany Reisz

» 15 October, 2014 » Reviews » 0 comments

The Mistress by Tiffany Reisz

Warning: This review may contain spoilers of previous books in the series. I was so excited about this book when I got it. I’d like to say I read it straight through, but I’m not the type that can stay up all night. I just… can’t. Did I hype myself up like crazy over this […]

Much Ado About Rogues by Kasey Michaels

» 14 October, 2014 » Reviews » 0 comments

Much Ado About Rogues by Kasey Michaels

This is most definitely the best book in this little trilogy. It’s definitely a close race, but I think Black Jack really outshines his brothers. I was positively riveted throughout the entire book, and only a little deterred by a little plot confusion. Intrigue and cunning games can be confusing. I think any author writing […]

Heather For A Highlander by Gail MacMillan

» 13 October, 2014 » Reviews » 0 comments

Heather For A Highlander by Gail MacMillan

A story where a man learns to let go of his past, of his guilt and what ifs to finally see the love right in front of him. William has buried himself under all the guilt and memories of his dead wife. He’s always angry and wants nothing to do with anything that isn’t related […]

A Midsummer Night’s Sin by Kasey Michaels

» 12 October, 2014 » Reviews » 0 comments

A Midsummer Night’s Sin by Kasey Michaels

I was so excited about this after reading the first in the series. I just couldn’t wait to read Puck’s story. It took me a little while to get to it, but it was the perfect bedtime read. It was interesting and I loved both Puck and Regina, but it didn’t keep me up all […]

The Songbird’s Seduction by Connie Brockway

» 8 October, 2014 » Reviews » 0 comments

The Songbird’s Seduction by Connie Brockway

Lucy’s parents died when she was seven years old forcing her to be passed around to her father’s relatives. Feeling as if each time was an audition of sorts Lucy becomes whatever she feels her new guardian wants her to be. After a term of this she is pawned off to her mother’s side. Her […]