A Sorceress of His Own by Dianne Duvall

The decision to purchase A Sorceress of His Own was something I went back and forth on, simply because of a few critical reviews that raised some red flags. Since the book was $5.99 that also fed into my reluctance to purchase it since I usually don't go above $3.99 for an eBook, but I figured... Continue Reading →

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Blood Kiss by J.R. Ward

In Blood Kiss, by choosing to bring back the training program for those of their race who wanted to prepare for the war they would all be facing against the lessers, really reawakened The Black Dagger Brotherhood series. I think with all the storylines and new characters it was good to be able to take a... Continue Reading →

Drifter by Bella Jewel

Drifter had everything I look for in a top/favorite read. In Mercy we have a sassy, tough - yet competent heroine, and with Diesel we get a sullen, grinch-like, and smokin' hot - yet compassionate hero. That alone would have me sold on the story, but the bonus that Drifter had, not only having a solid... Continue Reading →

Seize Me by Crystal Spears

Seeing as I was able to re-read Seize Me without skipping and with feeling like it’s the first time I’m reading it, attests to the fact that this book is AWESOME! I can’t even remember what it was about this book that drew me in when I first read it, but whatever it was is still... Continue Reading →

The Shadows by J.R. Ward

Goodness freaking gracious! The Shadows was a freaking emotional rollercoaster! Before I start on my review for The Shadows, I need to apologize for the misguided thoughts/concerns I had towards this book and where the rest of the series would go way back when. I'm learning to keep my mouth shut on things that I... Continue Reading →

Challenged by Ryan Michele

It's hard for me not to compare Challenged to Ravage Me since they're both the beginning books to a MC series by Ryan Michele. It might not seem fair in the big scheme of things, but I couldn't help the knee-jerk reaction. For me, I believe Challenged would've had a higher chance of resonating with... Continue Reading →

Ice Planet Barbarians by Ruby Dixon

I really didn't have high expectations of the Ice Planet Barbarians, thinking that this would be another short smutty read, but I have to say that I was surprised by the depth and amount of drama that filled these pages. It wasn't until the captives actually landed on the planet, Not Hoth, that the urge to finish... Continue Reading →

Dirty by Kylie Scott

For someone who stopped reading the Stage Play series after Play - not for any crazy reason, I just haven't gotten around to purchasing them all yet - I really didn't know what to expect with Dirty. I wasn't quite sure if it was a spin-off or if the characters from Stage Play would pop in.... Continue Reading →

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