Genre: Suspense

Review: Hell Breaks Loose by Sophie Jordan

Review: Hell Breaks Loose by Sophie Jordan

Hell Breaks Loose is book #2 in Sophie Jordan’s Devil’s Rock series. I was super excited to read this because I loved book #1, All Chained Up, so much. However, I didn’t enjoy Hell Breaks Loose nearly as much and actually struggled to finish it. The story centers around Grace and Reid. Grace is the […]

Posted September 27, 2016
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Review: Trouble Walks In by Sara Humphreys

Review: Trouble Walks In by Sara Humphreys

Trouble Walks In is book #2 in The McGuire Brothers series by Sara Humphreys. Although I haven’t read book #1, I had no trouble jumping into the story since it works well as a standalone. The romance in Trouble Walks In is definitely a slow burn, but it’s so worth it. Plus, the suspense elements […]

Posted August 16, 2016
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Review: Ride-along by Maren Lee

Review: Ride-along by Maren Lee

Ride-along is book #1 in the Bounty County series, which takes place in the small town of Imminence, Montana. Ride-along is an interesting mix of very steamy sexy times and suspense. Although I had a few issues with the editing and character development, overall I thought this was a pretty fun read. Chloe’s going through […]

Posted August 14, 2016
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Review: Lily’s Outlaw by Kori David

Review: Lily’s Outlaw by Kori David

Lily’s Outlaw is book #2 in Kori David’s Once a Marine Always a Marine series. Although I didn’t like this one as much as In Zach’s Arms, I still found it enjoyable. When the story opens, photojournalist Liliana (Lily) has been kidnapped by members of a drug cartel and held captive in a border town. […]

Posted August 8, 2016
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Review: In Zach’s Arms by Kori David

Review: In Zach’s Arms by Kori David

In Zach’s Arms is book #1 in the Once a Marine Always a Marine series. This is a novella, but I felt that the plot was pretty well-developed, despite the shorter length of the story. There are some suspenseful moments that kept the pace moving quickly and made me want to keep reading. This was […]

Posted July 8, 2016
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Review: Kissing My Killer by Helena Newbury

Review: Kissing My Killer by Helena Newbury

I had no idea a book about a Russian hit man could be so romantic. I wasn’t sure if this book would work for me, but since I read and loved Texas Kissing so much, I figured I’d give it a try. I’m glad I did because Kisssing My Killer worked for me on so […]

Posted May 23, 2016
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Review: Wrong Place, Right Time by Elle Casey

Review: Wrong Place, Right Time by Elle Casey

Elle Casey is really knocking it out of the park with the Bourbon Street Boys series. Wrong Place, Right Time is book #2. (See my review for book #1 here.) This book hit the right notes with me and solidified this author as one of my new favorites. The heroine of this story is Jenny, […]

Posted May 10, 2016
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Review: One Sizzling Night by Jo Leigh

Review: One Sizzling Night by Jo Leigh

One Sizzling Night was an enjoyable read and one that delved into deeper subject matter than I expected. I’ve come to love Harlequin Blaze titles–which makes this read bittersweet, following the recent announcement that the Blaze line will be ending in 2017. I rarely expect Blaze books to get too heavy as far as subject […]

Posted May 4, 2016
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Review: Wrong Number, Right Guy by Elle Casey

Review: Wrong Number, Right Guy by Elle Casey

I loved this book! I’d never read anything by Elle Casey before, but she is definitely going on my Will Read Again list. The premise of the story is a little over-the-top, but that’s what makes it so charming. It kind of reminded me of the movie Knight and Day in the sense that it […]

Posted May 2, 2016
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Review: Texas Kissing by Helena Newbury

Review: Texas Kissing by Helena Newbury

Tessa is on the run. Raised by her mob-boss uncle, she’s seen things–awful things–and has to get away from that life. She flees to Texas, where she starts going by the name Lily. She makes a living as an underground forger, creating counterfeit passports and the like. On her way to meet a client at […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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