• Review: Hurts So Good

    Krista is a smart and successful young woman who thrives on challenges. She decides that she wants to take on horseback riding as a new hobby. Because of her carelessness she ends up hurting herself to the point that she has to go to a physical therapist...

  • Review: Kanaan & Tilney The Case of the Arms Dealers

    Kanaan and Tilney was a hard book for me to get into and enjoy. The reason being that the two men didn't have the spark for a good love mystery story. It just didn't flow for me at all. The title was a big strange and the arms was a bit confusing. I can't...

  • Review: Forgotten Brides of the Kindred, #16

    Two has gone too far this time! This series just keeps amazing me and I don't see an ending in sight. I remember meeting Rone and Kate and being intrigued by the Wulven Kindred and this book satisfied my curiosity in that regard. As per the series, a...

  • Review: Seducing Professor Coyle

    This was a steamy and well done story. Ben is a college senior and close to graduating. A grade problem leads him to seeking out his professor Peter Coyle. The two men do not see eye to eye on this issue and Ben leaves feeling like Peter is a jerk. Later...

  • Review: Catching Dragos Sequel to I Hear Voices

    Fabian and Mariah, while entertaining and fun, will not go down as my favorite characters by this epic author. The chemistry was faulty or something, but I just didn't connect with either character too much. The book had me exclaiming and laughing, as...

  • Review: Deep Water Olympic Cove, #3

    Nicola Cameron took on some pretty heavy stuff in this story and managed to wrangle a believable HEA out of it. A pretty good HEA, to be fair. Impressive, I'd say, considering I'm about to warn of Greek Gods Behaving Badly: rape/infidelity/extreme and...

  • Article: Author Decisions / Pricing and Piracy by Patricia Logan

    I have an author friend who has published over 200 books and another who has sold over 500,000 copies. Both of these ladies are committed to their craft and write full-time, making sure that each day they turn out a certain number of words they set for...

  • Article: Holiday Burnout! New Year Goals & Giveaway by Talina Perkins

    As the New Year rolled over this past weekend I hit burnout in a big way. When Friday arrived, my brain sizzled and fizzled out until there was nothing left but a pile of mush. The holidays tend to do that to us, no? Then balancing three jobs will do...

  • Review: The World As He Sees It Perspectives, #2

    This contemporary m/m romance is both poignant and erotic, giving a glimpse of the horror that can result from hateful actions as well as inspiration for all who are willing to work past handicaps and find a way to have a fulfilled life. I was touched...

  • Review: Seduction in Session The Perfect Gentlemen, #2

    The Perfect Gentlemen return and don’t disappoint. The background arc set up in the first book continues as the mystery is unraveled a little bit more and I’m starting to get my suspicions. The next stop in the deeply rooted conspiracy lands us on Lara’s...

  • Review: Part & Parcel Sidewinder, #3

    This third book in the Sidewinder series starts up a few months after the events in Crash & Burn (a related series by the same author). Nick is home recovering from his life threatening injuries and Kelly is helping care for him. The two men are having...

  • Review: Scorched

    Could Margaret “Molly” Foreman overcome her hatred of her childhood tormentor for something more? Tristan Cadreinth, her nemesis has grown up looking way too sexy. Someone that hot definitely deserves a second chance before kicking him out of bed. Will...

  • Review: Cursed and Crazy Cursed MacKinnons series, #6

    What an awesome story! What would you do if an anti-curse woke you up from a century’s long sleep? Aiden MacKinnon didn’t look a gift horse in the mouth. He thought Maisie MacDougall was the enemy or witch. His temporary transformation enabled Aiden to...

  • Review: Jett's Wild Wolf Mystic Wolves, #3

    This third book in Ms. Boon’s motorcycle shifter series is probably one of her best stories. She includes all of the characters from the previous two books in this series and takes incidents from them and incorporates them into this storyline. It is a...

  • Review: Strange Days Shadow Promised, #1

    This book has been out for a while but I hadn’t really paid attention to Rebecca Royce’s stories. I should have. Her storytelling skills are outstanding. You quickly get involved with the story and the characters. There is nothing cookie cutter about...

  • Review: Dirty Surrender

    Months of undercover work as an FBI agent have boiled down to this. Reid has to rape a woman and then kill her. A good man faced with an impossible situation, does it make him bad to be relieved the woman in question is Alexis, the neighbor he’s been...

  • Review: Hands-On

    Ivy and Jake were in love. Then Ivy's brother, Wally, took his "borrowing" just a little too far. An employee at the company Jake and his father own, Wally took advantage of his sister's relationship with Jake and Jake let it slide for love. But enough...

  • Article: Holidays, Religion, Faith, and the Paranormal by Brantwijn Serrah

    Why Should Christmas Mean Anything To The Lost? The cardinal rule in my Blood and Fire series is that demons have no souls. It’s sometimes difficult to defend this concept, because the consequence of being soulless by its very nature means beyond...

  • Review: Hero Unleashed Heroes of Saturn, #2

    Lucian is full of angst and busy punishing himself for something he had no control over. When confronted with Amaryllis, exiled Princess of his homeworld, he is fighting his desire for her as well as his guilt in failing the royal family. I really liked...

  • Review: Mastered The Enforcers, #1

    She was unspoiled and untouched, a lamb among wolves and drawn to her innocence Drake decides she is what he wants and what he wants he takes with no remorse or guilt in this sensational romance. Against all instincts, Evangeline couldn’t resist Drake...

  • Review: Blackbird's Fall Savages Book 3

    Marius is a book smart man and that’s his blessing and his curse. He thought he was part of something that would save the planet and instead ended up almost ending it completely. He’s reached the rubicon where he either goes out into the world he helped...

  • Review: Wish Upon a Christmas Star

    Christmas is a time for family and celebration, but Emmett and Violet have hit a snag in their plans. Between the weather taking out communications and a faulty transport, Violet has no idea if her Marine is still alive (though she knows in her heart...

  • Review: Dangerously Broken A Dangerous Romance, #2

    This contemporary erotic romance provides a wonderful sense of the atmosphere of New Orleans while following a pair of relatively lost souls who are working their way through loss and grief. The deliciously carnal interactions between the main characters...

  • Review: Sugar A Sugar and Spice Novel, #2

    I met Siobhan in Spice and wanted to know more about her. She’s crazy, wild, fun and fragile. Those who see her don’t really recognize that last one until Charlie and a few close friends of hers. I love Sugar-Siobhan- because she’s been through a lot...

  • Review: Every Drop of My Love

    Steve makes his living by allowing vampires to feed from him. One day, he meets North, a badly sun damaged and scarred vampire who he assists. When North recovers fully, they begin a lovely friendship with a strong attraction for each other. After a near...

  • Review: Water Born to Rule Book 3

    While the romance has been absent for me in this series, Rayne so far has the worst of the bunch when it comes to destined mates. It's not her fault he had a predetermined expectation concerning her appearance, but she is certainly bearing the brunt of...

  • Review: Fire Born to Rule Book 2

    This picks up where the first book Earth ends, and we now get to see how Flame fares with her predestined warrior. For having been prepared for this trip, Chad seems to have forgotten most of what he has learned when it comes to dealing with basically...

  • Review: Heat

    Helen was a hoot. A no-nonsense woman who realizes she's let life pass her by thinking she'd have time. Like most of us, she's average in looks and above average in weight so that didn't have men dropping at her feet, either. She chose to focus on her...

  • Article: Giveaway: Her Web Master by Normandie Alleman

    Dates: 12/10/2015 - 1/10/2016 Prize: 1 - Kindle Fire HD 6 (PINK) and 1 - $25 Amazon Gift Card Open To:  USA Shipping Only Her Web Master An online connection. Masked by anonymity. No cameras. No pictures. Curiosity ignited to intrigue. I thought...

  • Review: Shadowing the Beast Hunting the Dark Lord Book 2

    Eternally His is the second of a continuing saga in which the d'Argents are trying to rid the world of an old, powerful, vampire, named Louis Reynard. Reynard's victim to be, this time, is Julie. Stefan d'Argent and Julie get it on in Ann Jacobs' fashion...

  • Review: Adira's Mate Space Wars, #1

    Adira’s Mate starts off with a bang as Adira meets Fin when he points a gun at her head. They are from different planets--Adira is Imarian and Fin Craegin with no love lost between the two races. Fin is escaping a medical facility as Adira is there investigating...

  • Review: Dark Past

    For years Julianna has fought for her people and for the man she loved. Letting him think the worst of her hurt Julianna but she would rather have Bud alive. Her love for Bud never lessened and now the time has come for action. Evil has spread and it...

  • Review: Guardian

    Guardian is penned by talented storyteller A.L. Wiley. A.L. tastefully creates an erotic, paranormal, mystery with all the elements a reader looks for in a book. Guardian has plenty of razzle dazzle that can accelerate a pulse. The story flows easily...

  • Review: On the Trail of Darkness Hunting the Dark Lord Book 1

    Vampire Justice, the first in the d'Argent Honor series, left me wondering why the d'Argents are so committed to hunting Louis Reynard. The story of Claude and Marisa seems to be thrown into the main story line for its promise of graphic sex,-which the...

  • Review: Photo Op Photo Op!

    Photojournalist Emily Peters has gone to Paris for some much needed time to relax. When she gets an invitation to the exclusive Shields & Goodman Club she jumps on the chance. If she can expose even a little bit of the mystique of the place it would...

  • Review: Hero Revealed Heroes of Saturn, #1

    A pesky superhero keeps showing and up and doing Brett’s job. As the female sherriff in a small town her job is hard enough. She’s vowed to put her job first and this mysterious character is interring big time in addition to making her look incompetent...

  • Article: An Open Marriage/Polyamory Worked for Me by Gracie X

    When I told my friends I wanted to open my marriage –go on some dates, perhaps dabble in polyamory, the reviews were mixed. Just uttering the phrase “open marriage” or “polyamory” felt like tossing a hand grenade into the...

  • Article: Does Magic Come From The Silence? by Talina Perkins + Giveaway

    There are days when my mind is quiet and others when the words flow with no end in sight. Constant ramblings, snippets of story lines, dialogue, scene ideas, and what have you. For the last couple of days my mind has grown quiet. The normal built-in to-do...

  • Review: The Affair

    This erotic romance has both mystery and passion as it delves into the way a single decision can have lasting and profound repercussions. I normally love this author’s style but wasn’t crazy about the heroine, especially her approach to the major betrayals...

  • Review: Handy Harry

    This short contemporary erotic romance is a great start but felt a little too truncated to me. I like the growing attraction between the guys but the shift from reluctant exploration to a full-fledged relationship, accompanied by the drama that turns...

  • Review: Alien

    I have a serious love/hate relationship with series. I love all the different stories with a familiar background, but hate waiting. The story from Laurann Dohner was a long time coming. Zorn warriors are hot, hot, hot! Coto’s story wasn’t as good as I...

  • Review: Hexed and Vexed

    This is truly a magical short story. It starts with heartbreak and ends with happiness. I loved the characters and the worst witch in witching school. There was a wonderful balance of back story and the current issues which is really hard to do with such...

  • Review: The Muse An Irresistible Novel, #4

    I finished this book in about two days and it was amazing. Imagine having your whole world turned upside down because of something your father and brother did. When the public eye is focused on Arden, she tries to find a way to not only cope but deal...

  • Review: Celestial Beauty Quads of Galafrax Book 4

    This time our victim of interstellar kidnapping is a fighter. Celeste has had it with being a pawn in her own existence and takes charge when she gets the chance. She was presented as the author usually does with her heroines; just needing a little positive...

  • Review: Cowboy Not Included The Boot Knockers Ranch, #6

    I’ve laughed over the antics played on Booker and his toy collection throughout the series and was pleased to have his book finally arrive. Unfortunately, I didn’t particularly care for him as the main character in a story. He had his good points and...

  • Review: Jinxing The Alphas Hex My Heart, #2

    Hex My Heart Series, Book 2, deserves 4.5 stars! The main characters are Luke, Ambrosia Grace, and Evan. For the past few months, she is torn between doing what's right and fighting the pull of two alphas werewolves. She going through such inner emotional...

  • Review: Hexing The Alpha Hex My Heart, #1

    Jake Monroe (werewolf alpha of Sweet Briar Hollow) and Witch Honor have danced around their attraction for years. A hex gone astray finally makes this sexy alpha give chase to his witch. Jake and Honor's lives are about to change. What ways could they...

  • Review: Hold Me Close

    Hold Me Close was my first read by author Megan Hart and I was impressed with the way she could take something so horrendous and make into something kind of beautiful. She has brought us a story about love being born from the darkest of situations. This...

  • Review: 4-Ever Theirs Four to Score

    This has to be one of the most emotional books that Ms Rylon has wrote. You feel the connection between all of the main characters. They truly care for each other as friends. The question is can that caring move to something more. The tenderness the men...

  • Review: Up in Flames The Netherworld, #2

    I found Up in Flames to be a very entertaining take on Shifters and Fae. A must read for paranormal fans. Although this is book two, I had no problem following the plot, however I would recommend reading them in order because I love the series! The relationship...

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