Fat Louise by Jamie Begley

Fat Louise by Jamie Begley was both a surprise and a treat for many reasons, I'll try to detail them all in this review but if I can't try to add this story - heck this entire series - to your never ending TBR and experience it for yourself. With the way things ended in... Continue Reading →


Sex Piston by Jamie Begley

I don’t know how many I’ve read Sex Piston by Jamie Begley, but each time I’ve read it I’ve learned something new about the characters, its connection with The Last Riders, and the overall storyline of the Biker Bitches series. From previous Last Riders stories, particularly Beth, Diamond, and Lily's stories, we saw glimpses of... Continue Reading →

Kiss of Steel by Bec McMaster

In my earlier days as a book blogger I remember Kiss of Steel by Bec McMaster being one of the first steampunk stories I'd ever read, the other being Kate Locke's series - Immortal Empire. I seriously fell in love with the world that McMaster created and the paranormal elements she molded to fit in... Continue Reading →

Lacybourne Manor by Kristen Ashley

The drama that could be read from Lacybourne Manor by Kristen Ashley's synopsis had me hooked….immediately. With the way that Kristen Ashley pens her stories I knew to expect some serious anger towards one or both of the main characters and their possible pigheadedness, but I would ultimately fall in love with everything Lacybourne Manor... Continue Reading →

Sommersgate House by Kristen Ashley

Why didn’t I first start with Sommersgate House by Kristen Ashley in her Ghost and Reincarnation series?! With the way I responded to Sommersgate House I truly believe that all things happen in their own time and with their own reason because had I not read Penmort Castle first and somewhat loathed it I wouldn’t have... Continue Reading →

Raven Cursed by Faith Hunter

The reviews of Raven Cursed by Faith Hunter didn't have me as wary as I thought they would. Matter of fact the reviews on this series I feel have been warranted but are a little premature because with the vastness of Hunter's Jane Yellowrock series it's going to take a few installments to work out... Continue Reading →

Cajun Crazy by Sandra Hill

When I read the synopsis for Cajun Crazy by Sandra Hill I was all on board to dive into its story and be taken on a crazy southern ride, but whether it was the fact that Cajun Crazy is the eleventh installment of Hill's Cajun series or because of the intricacies of its story was... Continue Reading →

Beating the Odds by Sherrod Tunstall

Beating The Odds by Sherrod Tunstall was unlike any other urban fiction story I’ve read. It's just something about knowing that the story is literally written in a male's perspective that just offers a new look to whatever story I'm reading, I feel this way when I'm reading a Scott Hildreth or Leo Sullivan's story... Continue Reading →

Lure of Oblivion by Suzanne Wright

When I say that I was equally shocked and surprised by how much I liked Lure of Oblivion by Suzanne Wright, I am not kidding you. I really thought that Wright would continue on in her same formula of storytelling as she's done with past stories in both the Phoenix Pack and Mercury Pack series,... Continue Reading →

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