Go Fetch by Shelly Laurenston @KensingtonBooks

My Thoughts... If you’ve read my reviews before you would know how much I love me an interracial story, mostly with a black woman and white male. So, if my memory serves me correctly Go Fetch by Shelly Laurenston was one of the first interracial stories that I ever read way back when and could… Continue reading Go Fetch by Shelly Laurenston @KensingtonBooks

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Baby, I’m Howling For You by Christine Warren

My Thoughts... I know that I was super excited for what Christine Warren's new paranormal romance series could bring, but Baby, I'm Howling For You had some issues that sort of have me wary for the rest of this series. The beginning started off very interesting and gave me the sense that I was really… Continue reading Baby, I’m Howling For You by Christine Warren

Judgment Road by Christine Feehan

My Thoughts... ​It’s been so long since I’ve read a Christine Feehan story and after finishing Judgment Road I want to go and read everything she’s ever written, maybe finish some of her series that I’ve started and stopped. There was skepticism about Judgment Road because I have been completely burned out - other than… Continue reading Judgment Road by Christine Feehan

Approaching the Bench by Chantal Fernando

My Thoughts... ​Approaching the Bench by Chantal Fernando was a great improvement to Seducing the Defendant. The chemistry between Trinity and Callum was instantaneous and so believable that I was completely on board for their romance and story. Trinity’s character took some getting used to because of the facade she felt she needed to shroud… Continue reading Approaching the Bench by Chantal Fernando

Seducing the Defendant by Chantal Fernando

My Thoughts... I've tried countless of times to get into Seducing the Defendant by Chantal Fernando but nothing about it was grabbing me. I was excited for Jaxon to get his own story after everything we read about his character in Breaching the Contract, but I also knew that whenever his story came that he would… Continue reading Seducing the Defendant by Chantal Fernando