Category: Contemporary

Review: Heat by Opal Carew

Review: Heat by Opal Carew

I might sound like a broken record, but Opal Carew is definitely one of my favorite erotic romance authors. She hit it out of the park with her recent Dirty Talk series. Her latest release, Heat, is another super hot, emotional story that I enjoyed. Rikki has moved to a new town in hopes of getting […]

Posted June 12, 2017
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Review: Way Down Deep by Charlotte Stein and Cara McKenna

Review: Way Down Deep by Charlotte Stein and Cara McKenna

My romance reader dreams have come true. Two of my favorite authors, Charlotte Stein and Cara McKenna, got together and made a book baby. The result is Way Down Deep—a sexy, unique novel written entirely in text message format. That’s right—text messages. I wasn’t sure what to expect with this format, but I knew the […]

Posted June 9, 2017
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Review: Dirty Talk, Blissful Surrender by Opal Carew

Review: Dirty Talk, Blissful Surrender by Opal Carew

The Dirty Talk series by Opal Carew has become one of my favorites series ever. I had high hopes for Blissful Surrender, the final episode, and it did not disappoint. In fact, I may have had an out of body experience from swooning so hard. It’s that good. At the end of Sweet Release, Sonny […]

Posted May 24, 2017
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Review: Dirty Talk, Sweet Release by Opal Carew

Review: Dirty Talk, Sweet Release by Opal Carew

The Dirty Talk series by Opal Carew is my favorite series so far this year. Each installment is consistently good and increasingly sexy. I almost don’t want the series to end. At the end of the previous installment (Dirty Talk, Whispers in the Dark), we were left with a cliffhanger about Tal’s past. In the […]

Posted May 17, 2017
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Review: Daddy’s Best Friend by London Hale

Review: Daddy’s Best Friend by London Hale

5 hot as HALE stars! (I couldn’t resist.) London Hale is the pen name of writing duo Ellis Leigh and Brighton Walsh. It’s my first time reading either of them and now that I’ve had a taste, they’re going on my TBR again for sure–individually and as London. Daddy’s Best Friend is the first book […]

Posted May 8, 2017
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Review: His Princess by Alexa Riley

Review: His Princess by Alexa Riley

It’s been a while since I’ve read an Alexa Riley book, so I decided to dive into The Princess series. His Princess is book #1, which features King Roman and Princess Alena. It’s not my favorite Alexa Riley book but it’s also not my least favorite, and I’m sure it will still appease many of […]

Posted May 7, 2017
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Review: If You Were Mine by Melanie Harlow

Review: If You Were Mine by Melanie Harlow

If You Were Mine is the first book I’ve read by Melanie Harlow, but it certainly won’t be my last. I give this 5 hand-on-my-heart, tear-filled, I-love-this-book stars! Claire French is a girl who plays it safe. She’s an elementary school art teacher who’d love to sell her art, but it’s something she’ll get around […]

Posted May 2, 2017
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Review: More Than Want You by Shayla Black

Review: More Than Want You by Shayla Black

More Than Want You is book #1 in Shayla Black’s new More Than Words series. A departure from her erotic romance novels, this series is more in the contemporary vein with a slightly new adult feel. For me, More Than Want You had a slow start and I had some issues with it. Ultimately, I […]

Posted April 28, 2017
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Review: Blind Date by Emma Hart

Review: Blind Date by Emma Hart

Blind Date is the first book I’ve read by Emma Hart. Technically, it’s a novella, and the length of the story felt just right to me. However, the relationship between the hero and heroine felt underdeveloped. Also, there were some serious editing issues that distracted me throughout the book. Bee Donnelly has been set up […]

Posted April 23, 2017
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Review: Unleashed by Rachel Lacey

Review: Unleashed by Rachel Lacey

Unleashed is book #1 in Rachel Lacey’s Love to the Rescue series. I was excited to read this since I loved book #3, Ever After, so much. (Although this is a series, the books can be read as standalones.) Sadly, Unleashed did not have the same effect on me as the other book and I […]

Posted April 18, 2017
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