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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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Review: Taking Tessa by Aria Cole

Review: Taking Tessa by Aria Cole

Tessa is a prisoner in her own home in a small Idaho town. Raised by her stepfather, Tom, since the death of her mother, Tessa’s not allowed to leave the house or even go outside. Tom is a religious fanatic who’s convinced that Tessa will be ruined by the evil and sin of the real […]

Posted October 3, 2016
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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: Calling the Play by Samantha Kane

Review: Calling the Play by Samantha Kane

Calling the Play is the second installment in Samantha Kane’s Birmingham Rebels series. The Rebels are a ragtag NFL team made up of all the cast offs, troublemakers, and rejects who none of the other teams wanted. In book #1, Broken Play, we met Cass, Beau, and Marian, who ended up in a triad relationship. […]

Posted September 25, 2016
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Review: Shielding Lily by Alexa Riley

Review: Shielding Lily by Alexa Riley

Alexa Riley’s books are pure escapism for me. They’re not realistic, there’s not much character development, and in most of their books, there’s not even much plot. But I enjoy them anyway. Shielding Lily is probably one of my favorite of Riley’s books that I’ve read so far. On the sweet to smutty spectrum, this […]

Posted September 18, 2016
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Review: Illicit by Opal Carew

Review: Illicit by Opal Carew

This book is INSANE and I’m not embarrassed to say that I liked it. Sometimes I get in the mood for an over-the-top read and Opal Carew has become one of my go-to authors for that. I ran across Illicit on Goodreads. I saw that the reviews were very mixed, so I read some of […]

Posted September 3, 2016
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Review: Learning to Ride by Erin Knightley

Review: Learning to Ride by Erin Knightley

Learning to Ride by Erin Knightley is one of the first titles published as part of James Patterson’s new BookShots Flames imprint. I must admit, at first I had planned to avoid this line, as I don’t read James Patterson and I thought the whole concept was kind of gimmicky. But after a string of […]

Posted August 31, 2016
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Review: Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley

Review: Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley

Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley is pretty typical for an Alexa Riley book. There’s insta-love, of course, along with standard Riley characters: a virgin heroine and a possessive hero. Normally, I’m not always in the mood for these tropes, but occasionally I do feel like reading something like this. On its own, it’s an […]

Posted July 18, 2016
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Review: The Gamble by Kristen Ashley

Review: The Gamble by Kristen Ashley

The Gamble is book #1 in Kristen Ashley’s Colorado Mountain series. This author is very popular, but The Gamble just didn’t work for me. I thought it was far too long, the writing was repetitive, and there were moments that were just boring. It started out strong, but quickly lost steam. Normally, I don’t rate […]

Posted July 16, 2016
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