The Guardian by Margaret Mallory

After reading a review of The Guardian on one of the blogs I like to visit (Bookworm Brandee) I wanted to read it right then. I went to Overdrive to see if any of my libraries had it available and found a winner! Oh I was so excited to jump into The Guardian, until I... Continue Reading →

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Fly With Me by Chanel Cleeton

With Jordan's sassiness, and having a solid and unique type of hero in Noah, I found myself engrossed in the pages of Fly With Me. I knew as soon as the story started with Jordan's inner dialogue and pink penis headband that Fly With Me wasn't going to be like any contemporary romance I've read before.... Continue Reading →

Sidebarred by Emma Chase

Being someone who has only read one book out of this series, Sustained, I should feel guilty because Sidebarred is the last book of the series. Looking on the bright side of things, since I've jumped around in this series it goes to show that each book in the Legal Briefs series can be read... Continue Reading →

Kaleidoscope by Kristen Ashley

October 2017 Update: What I am about to say is a testament to the fact that not all things are going to be received at any given time, there is definitely a time and place for everything. The biggest bone I had with Kaleidoscope by Kristen Ashley was the fact that I felt that Decker... Continue Reading →

Enemy Red by Marie Harte

I petitioned the publisher on NetGalley to read and review Enemy Red for a few reasons: It was a new-to-me author, It was a paranormal romance (a weakness of mine), and The synopsis left much to be desired With all these great points and reasons for reading Enemy Red, why didn't it work out for me? In... Continue Reading →

Savage Urges by Suzanne Wright

Savage Urges, the fifth installment of Suzanne Wright's Phoenix Pack series, we're given the story of the ever stoic Ryan, one of Trey's (alpha) top enforcers and one of Greta's "boys," we're also introduced to another aspect of this paranormal world, the loners. With the loners forever being stereotyped as an enemy and as mercenaries it makes the... Continue Reading →

Defying the Odds by Kele Moon

Wanting to be introduced to Kele Moon's writing style before I read and purchased The Viper I added Defying the Odds to my TBR list (not that I didn't want to read Defying the Odds itself, it just wasn't something I was chomping at the bit to read before The Viper). It was after reading... Continue Reading →

Jack and Coke by Lani Lynn Vale

Everything about Jack and Coke kept yelling at me, "You shouldn't like this!" From the borderline affair chomping at the bit to take place between Annie and Mig, to the irritating noble and responsible man Mig had to be towards a woman that trapped him into marriage, to the secrets kept throughout Jack and Coke's... Continue Reading →

Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop

What the heck did I just read?! If you see a person in a corner somewhere rocking back and forth and mumbling to themselves, don't be alarmed, that's just me still trying to cope with life after I finished Marked in Flesh. There's nothing I can say that will ever do Marked in Flesh justice. Absolutely... Continue Reading →

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