Category: 4 Stars

Review: The Black Room: Door Seven by Jasinda Wilder

Review: The Black Room: Door Seven by Jasinda Wilder

The Black Room: Door Seven by Jasinda Wilder is part of a serial and definitely should be read in order. If you’ve stayed with this series up to this point, Door Seven contains a big “aha” moment. Until now, I’ve felt intrigued by the mystery but so confused as to what’s going on. In each […]

Posted January 7, 2017
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Review: When Snowflakes Fall by Tara Wyatt

Review: When Snowflakes Fall by Tara Wyatt

When Snowflakes Fall is a holiday novella by Tara Wyatt and book #1 in The Graysons series. Although it’s a short story, it packs in a lot of emotion and unexpected depth. Pediatrician Christie Harmon has recently relocated to Cheyenne, Wyoming, in the wake of a nasty breakup and horrifying scandal. She needs a change […]

Posted December 11, 2016
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Review: The Black Room: Door One by Jasinda Wilder

Review: The Black Room: Door One by Jasinda Wilder

So, I’m not sure how to approach this review since I have no clue what’s going on in this story. I’m signed up for Jasinda Wilder’s newsletter and when she announced her new series, The Black Room, at first I didn’t think I would be interested since it’s published as a serial with eight parts. […]

Posted December 4, 2016
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Review: Brutal Game by Cara McKenna

Review: Brutal Game by Cara McKenna

Brutal Game is the long-awaited follow-up to Willing Victim by Cara McKenna. This book is not a standalone and needs to be read after the preceding book. I want to avoid spoilers, so this review will be intentionally vague. Laurel and Flynn have a unique sexual connection in that they both enjoy a very specific […]

Posted November 19, 2016
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Review: Dekkir by Lara LaRue

Review: Dekkir by Lara LaRue

Dekkir by Lara LaRue is book #1 in the Galaxy Alien Warriors series. This is a fast-paced book that successfully balances romance with action. I enjoyed this story that blends sci-fi with paranormal elements. It’s the twenty-fourth century and Earth has become a near wasteland due to overpopulation, pollution, and man’s general disregard for Earth’s […]

Posted October 31, 2016
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Review: The Sexy One by Lauren Blakely

Review: The Sexy One by Lauren Blakely

Lauren Blakely has become one of my go-to authors for romantic comedy. Her standalones Big Rock, Mister O, and Well Hung are some of my favorite romances. The Sexy One still brings the humor, but it’s also more of a slow burn with a forbidden element. Simon is a divorced dad who shares custody of […]

Posted October 16, 2016
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Review: Taking What’s Wicked by Alexa Riley

Review: Taking What’s Wicked by Alexa Riley

Taking What’s Wicked is book #5 in Alexa Riley’s Forced Submission series. Each book can be read as a standalone. Now, this is the smutty goodness that I’ve come to enjoy from Alexa Riley! This book is SUPER dirty and (by all appearances) taboo. I can’t say much else without spoiling the plot, but I’ll […]

Posted October 15, 2016
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Review: Cuffed by Kathryn Nolan

Review: Cuffed by Kathryn Nolan

Cuffed by Kathryn Nolan is a fast-paced, dirty read with an unexpected conclusion. I really enjoyed this novella. Detective Will Furey has had his eye on Violet D’Allegra for months. She’s a femme fatale con artist who targets wealthy men, seduces them, and blackmails them before moving on to her next mark. Will is close […]

Posted October 12, 2016
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Review: Illicit by Opal Carew

Review: Illicit by Opal Carew

This book is INSANE and I’m not embarrassed to say that I liked it. Sometimes I get in the mood for an over-the-top read and Opal Carew has become one of my go-to authors for that. I ran across Illicit on Goodreads. I saw that the reviews were very mixed, so I read some of […]

Posted September 3, 2016
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Review: Learning to Ride by Erin Knightley

Review: Learning to Ride by Erin Knightley

Learning to Ride by Erin Knightley is one of the first titles published as part of James Patterson’s new BookShots Flames imprint. I must admit, at first I had planned to avoid this line, as I don’t read James Patterson and I thought the whole concept was kind of gimmicky. But after a string of […]

Posted August 31, 2016
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