Publisher: Carina Press

Review: Seducing His Student by London Hale

Review: Seducing His Student by London Hale

I’ve enjoyed London Hale’s books in the past, but unfortunately, Seducing His Student missed the mark for me. It’s billed as a taboo romance–which it is, in a sense–but elements of insta-love and a too neatly wrapped-up ending didn’t work for me. College student Samantha works at the local coffee shop when she’s not working […]

Posted September 1, 2017
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Review: Stay Close by Alexa Riley

Review: Stay Close by Alexa Riley

Stay Close hits many of Alexa Riley’s trademark tropes: barely legal virgin heroine, love and lust at first sight, completely smitten hero, accelerated courtship, and instant HEA. For me, this is one of Riley’s better books since it tones down the hero’s possessiveness and focuses more on his desire to protect the heroine. But never […]

Posted July 12, 2017
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Review: Absolve Me by Morgaine Cameron

Review: Absolve Me by Morgaine Cameron

Absolve Me by Morgaine Cameron is the definition of taboo. It’s also erotic romance at its finest. Liza is a sex surrogate. Sex is the therapeutic conduit through which she helps people overcome issues with intimacy. And when Liza’s not working hard, she’s playing even harder. She has a very particular set of kinks–mainly BDSM, […]

Posted March 14, 2017
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Review: Twice as Hard by Amber Bardan

Review: Twice as Hard by Amber Bardan

Twice as Hard by Amber Bardan is billed as a dark, taboo romance. In reality, there’s a significant plot twist halfway through that changes the course of the book. There’s also quite a bit of angst thrown in for good measure. While portions of the story are super hot, the twist threw off the story […]

Posted March 12, 2017
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Review: Time Served by Julianna Keyes

Review: Time Served by Julianna Keyes

I have mixed feelings about Time Served. Halfway in, I would’ve sworn it was a 5-star read, but the character development dropped off a bit in the second half, so that prevented me from loving the book more. Rachel Moser grew up in a trailer park, though you’d never know it by looking at her. […]

Posted April 29, 2016
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