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Review: The Black Room: Door Five by Jasinda Wilder

Review: The Black Room: Door Five by Jasinda Wilder

The Black Room: Door Five by Jasinda Wilder is part of a serial and definitely should be read in order. This review will be short since I didn’t enjoy this door. The story didn’t hold my attention so I put it down for a bit and promptly forgot everything that had happened in this particular […]

Posted January 2, 2017
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Review: Mayday by Olivia Dade

Review: Mayday by Olivia Dade

Mayday is book #3 in Olivia Dade’s fun Lovestruck Librarians series, which follows a group of librarian friends. This is my favorite book in the series so far. As always, Dade excels at wit and banter, to the point where I found myself snort-laughing quite a few times. But Mayday also made an emotional impact […]

Posted January 1, 2017
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Review: The Black Room: Door Four by Jasinda Wilder

Review: The Black Room: Door Four by Jasinda Wilder

The Black Room: Door Four by Jasinda Wilder is part of a serial and definitely should be read in order. This door is super explicit and is basically one extended orgy filled with various types of kink, especially voyeurism and exhibitionism. The central plot revolves around a poker game with some…interesting stakes. If you’re looking purely […]

Posted December 15, 2016
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Review: The Black Room: Door Three by Jasinda Wilder

Review: The Black Room: Door Three by Jasinda Wilder

The Black Room: Door Three by Jasinda Wilder is part of a serial and definitely should be read in order. Hands down, this is my favorite door in this collection so far. I think it’s fair to describe Door Three as a historical story. Normally, I don’t read historicals and wasn’t aware of this prior […]

Posted December 15, 2016
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Review: The Black Room: Door Two by Jasinda Wilder

Review: The Black Room: Door Two by Jasinda Wilder

The Black Room: Door Two by Jasinda Wilder is part of a serial and definitely should be read in order. In comparison to Door One, Door Two goes much further, in an explicit sense, than the first installment. This part of the story explores menage–specifically, MFM and later MFF. The end of this installment turns […]

Posted December 9, 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: Cowboy Blue by Cat Johnson

Review: Cowboy Blue by Cat Johnson

Cowboy Blue by Cat Johnson is a sexy read for the holidays. It takes place over Thanksgiving as well as Christmas, so it’ll definitely put you in the holiday spirit. It’s a classic city girl/country boy story about two people from different worlds who fall for each other and have to figure out if there’s […]

Posted November 29, 2016
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Review: Taking What’s Naughty by Alexa Riley

Review: Taking What’s Naughty by Alexa Riley

Taking What’s Naughty is book #6 in Alexa Riley’s Forced Submission series. As you can guess by the name of the series, these are taboo stories that all feature dubious consent. In several of the other books I’ve read in this series, the taboo aspect was actually consensual roleplay; however, in this book, that’s not […]

Posted November 14, 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: Roping the Virgin by Alexa Riley

Review: Roping the Virgin by Alexa Riley

The book blurb itself describes Roping the Virgin as ridiculous and I’d say that’s fairly accurate. With every Alexa Riley book that I read, I find myself echoing the same sentiments: the book is over-the-top and not believable, but enjoyable nonetheless as long as you know ahead of time what to expect. Roping the Virgin […]

Posted October 9, 2016
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