Standing His Ground by Jamie Begley

I might not always be in huge L O V E with every Jamie Begley book that has graced my hands, but it can't be denied that she is one of my all-time favorite storytellers and realistic romance writers. I've been both dreading and anticipating Standing His Ground, which turns out to be Greer and... Continue Reading →

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Ascent of the Aliomenti by Alex Albrinck

While I've really enjoyed the storytelling and action of the previous stories in the Aliomenti Saga, Ascent of the Aliomenti has shown me that those same story elements can only go on for so long. As always Todd McLaren does a good job of reading/narrating the Ascent of the Aliomenti, but it again drove home the... Continue Reading →

Kiss of Snow by Nalini Singh

Okay see now I'm conflicted. After reading Kiss of Snow I'm now arguing with myself on whether its story is the climax to the Psy-Changeling series or if its just the start of the newest journey to come after the climax that was Bonds of Justice. (Sigh) whatever the heck it was Kiss of Snow was... Continue Reading →

His Alone by Alexa Riley

Oh Captain, my Captain. What did I do to deserve you?! His Alone was the perfect mix of suspense and steam, but it also held something I can't adequately name. Even from the glimpses we got of Paige and Ryan's relationship in Everything For Her it couldn't have prepared me for the rocky and unconventional... Continue Reading →

Bonds of Justice by Nalini Singh

I was so close on giving up on Bonds of Justice, so close. The beginning, I felt, started off so incredibly slow, but it wasn't until I closed the pages to Bonds of Justice that I realized I had become spoiled with the upbeat beginnings that encompassed Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling series. For me the changelings always brought the excitement, but... Continue Reading →

The Professional by Kresley Cole

So many times it seems that I've started and stopped The Professional only to say that I wouldn't pick it up again. So many times. But from the reviews of the other two stories in this series I decided to jump into The Professional one last time. Why didn't anyone tell me about the heat level... Continue Reading →

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