Kitty Takes a Holiday by Carrie Vaughn

I didn't know what to expect after Kitty Goes to Washington, but that in no way hindered my excitement to dig into Kitty Takes a Holiday. So far Kitty has had to deal with werewolves - who tried to kill her and did kill her best friend, vampires - one was nice but the other... Continue Reading →

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Pucked by Helena Hunting

I had been putting off reading this story for two reasons; (1) It was so popular, and since I usually have bad luck when it comes to popular reads I have a tendency to shy away from them instead of giving them a chance, and (2) I'm not a huge, or medium-sized, fan of sports... Continue Reading →

Rock Chick Redemption by Kristen Ashley

Rock Chick Redemption is hands down one of my favorites by Kristen Ashley, which is surprising since it's rare having more than one favorite in a Kristen Ashley series (shocking isn't it). Rock Chick Redemption was the perfect continuation after Rock Chick Rescue. Sad to say, I didn't think another story could be as great... Continue Reading →

Dirty Ride by Chantal Fernando

I really didn't know what to expect with Dirty Ride since it was so hard trying to figure out who Irish was. I know that's bad since I've read and loved the previous three Wind Dragons MC installments. After seeing the rating that another trusted reader gave Dirty Ride I was even more skeptical because in... Continue Reading →

Wicked Appetite by Janet Evanovich

Wicked Appetite will be my first in-depth audiobook review so bear with me. My one hope going into Wicked Appetite was that it wouldn't be like the Stephanie Plum series, I knew if it was this book was going to suck for me. I want to say a huge thank you to Lorelei King and Janet Evanovich... Continue Reading →

Saving Dallas Forever by Kim Jones

There were so many things that I loved about this book, this third installment in the Saving Dallas series, but coupled with all the drama, secrets, and moments of disgust I would sometimes have towards Luke and Dallas Saving Dallas Forever was an okay story. "I struggled against the weight of his hand as I... Continue Reading →

Making the Cut by Kim Jones

While Making the Cut was an enjoyable read I felt that it was more of a 'filler' story. New elements were introduced in this installment of the Saving Dallas series that didn't mesh with the spirit from the first book. The author did an amazing job of resolving a lot of the mysteries from book... Continue Reading →

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