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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: Bedding the Highlander by Sabrina York

Review: Bedding the Highlander by Sabrina York

Bedding the Highlander by Sabrina York is part of James Patterson’s BookShots Flames collection. If I’m not mistaken, this is the first historical in the Flames line. I had hoped that this would be a quick and fun read, but unfortunately I found it boring and I struggled to finish it. Following a declared truce […]

Posted March 5, 2017
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Review: Under Her Skin by Adriana Anders

Review: Under Her Skin by Adriana Anders

Under Her Skin by Adriana Anders blew me away. Its raw sincerity, combined with a romance that I can only describe as urgent and primal, completely pummeled my heart. Uma is on the run from an abusive past. Her ex-boyfriend, Joey, was a manipulator who controlled Uma’s life, cutting her off from family and friends. […]

Posted February 13, 2017
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Review: Driven to Distraction by Olivia Dade

Review: Driven to Distraction by Olivia Dade

I. Love. This. Book. So. Much. Driven to Distraction is book #5 in Olivia Dade’s Lovestruck Librarians series, which gets better and better with each book. This story features Constance Chen, Bookmobile manager and all-around badass, and her enemies-to-lovers relationship with Sam Wolcott, resident geek and sexy lumberjack-esque IT guru. Throughout the series, Constance (aka […]

Posted January 16, 2017
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Review: Ready to Fall by Olivia Dade

Review: Ready to Fall by Olivia Dade

*happy sigh* Ready to Fall is book #4 is Olivia Dade’s Lovestruck Librarians series, which follows a fun group of librarian friends. This novella delivers constant humor (that literally made me laugh out loud!) along with a sweetly emotional romance. Teacher and part-time librarian Sarah Mayhew is a handful. She’s feisty, clever, and funny. However, […]

Posted January 14, 2017
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Review: Like Fresh Fallen Snow by Tara Wyatt

Review: Like Fresh Fallen Snow by Tara Wyatt

Like Fresh Fallen Snow is book #2 in The Graysons series by Tara Wyatt. In book #1, we met Luke and Christie. Book #2 focuses on Luke’s twin brother, Matt, and Ellie. Ellie Richards has a New Year’s resolution: the upcoming year will be the Year of Ellie. After finding herself unlucky in love over […]

Posted December 24, 2016
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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: Out of Bounds by Lauren Blakely

Review: Out of Bounds by Lauren Blakely

Lauren Blakely’s books are consistently good. Whenever I finish one of them, I’m left with a big smile on my face. That was the case when I finished reading Out of Bounds. Drew Erickson is an NFL quarterback on the rise. He’s focused on the game and his performance has never been better. He’s at […]

Posted November 21, 2016
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Review: Cowboy Rising by Mia Hopkins

Review: Cowboy Rising by Mia Hopkins

It’s a fine balance, but if a book can somehow bring the feels as well as the sexy times, I’m pretty much a goner. Cowboy Rising by Mia Hopkins delivers. At times, the story is told non-linearly, which keeps the plot awake and moving. In the chronology of the Cowboy Cocktail series, this is book […]

Posted November 16, 2016
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