Review There’s a reason why I dislike reviewing books that are part of a series and this book is one of those reasons. Throughout the book, I felt that I was missing pieces of the other characters such as why the Bowie brothers have a toddler baby sister or the details behind the older twoContinue reading “Book Review and Excerpt: The Careless Boyfriend by Erica Kelly”
Blue Beech Book 4 I knew the moment I read the blurb, I wanted to read this book. A character who sits on his porch half naked and his neighbor’s response is f*ck off. I love spunky characters. Total hotties with perfect abs…oh, even better. Chloe Fieldgain is the stereotypical quiet nerdy girl and hasContinue reading “Book Review: Just Neighbors by Charity Ferrell”
Book Excerpt: Tuesday they were shooting on location in Jackson Square all day. The call time was two hours before dawn, so they could wring every second of sunlight out of the day, and Grace could not stop yawning on the transport van to the location. “Wakey, wakey,” Scott said, leaning over the backContinue reading “Preorder blitz and Excerpt: Fallen Star by Susannah Nix”
Book four of Winter Games Series Review Nick Frost is known for being one of the SnowMassholes along with his best friends Chance and Emmett. Frost lives up to his name since he’s as cold-hearted as the mountain itself. The only girl he has ever wanted, never glanced at him let alone give him theContinue reading “Book Review: In Too Deep By Rebecca Sharp”
Review I was completely unprepared for this book since I’ve been reading light-hearted, sweet romance novels for the past few weeks. This books is dark and twisty. Murder, suspense, sex, drugs, mob-like family connections. Brandon and his father left the Indian reservation. He father refused to tell him why they left nor why they haveContinue reading “Book Review: Branded by Clarissa Wild”
Book 3 of Imperfect Hearts Series My favorite book of the three!! I highly recommend the entire series. Jake is by far my favorite character out of this circle of friends among the three books. His sense of humor and loyalty to family and friends is complete swoon worthy. Gush time complete. Dorian Anson lostContinue reading “Book Review: Someone Like You by Alexandra Silva”
This book reminded me a lot of the tv show Nashville. I was completely stoked about it. I love love love that show. I do have a weird fascination with certain country music artists and a handful of pop artist. Annie Mathers is every country label’s dream. The daughter of two country stars–one star shined aContinue reading “Book Review: You’d Be Mine by Erin Hahn”
A heartbreaking second chance romance that pulls all the heart strings. This is one of the few books, I’ve cried while reading. It doesn’t help that my grandparents had a farm growing up so many of my own memories intermingled with this story and characters. It is a must read!
Brenton Graves left his grandfather’s ranch right after high school for college. Both he and his brother, Caleb attended school in Dallas–six hours away from the ranch. It also placed both boys closer to their alcoholic father who uses people, women, and drug more than toilet paper. Oh, and the Graves family are oil tycoon rich from Brenton’s great, great, great, great, great grandfather. The ranch has been in their family for generations. Too bad Brenton doesn’t remember much from his teen years through to his early twenties. Until he woke up in a rehab center with his grandfather looking over him.
Mallory Scott works with her best friend, Dr. CiCilia Woods the owner of Woodway, an in-house rehabilitation for the wealthy including Meltdown. Originally, CiCi was going to take the assignment but she had already agreed to assisting a tennis player with his addictions. Mallory has only assisted CiCi with her assignments. But it’s time for Mal to embark on her own without CiCi. Too bad that her new client is non other than Grant Hardy–Mr. Panty-melting sexy as hell man. That voice! And he completely denies to using Oxy or having an addiction. Mal is contracted to Grant for the remainder of Meltdown’s US tour. Something isn’t right. The more she learns about Grant–the more she believes him. Why would a guy take Oxy for a high when he’s allergic to it? Where is his detox report? Why can’t she find his therapist from rehab? Who would want to hurt not only Grant but also Meltdown?
How is she supposed to stay away from this man when all she wants to do is pull him into her bed?
He’s not what she wants. She’s not what he’s looking for. Yet somewhere amidst all the incense fumes, the lines between student and teacher get blurred.
Even as their deep breathing exercises become nights filled with panting and gasps, Stéphanie can’t ignore the darkness that never quite leaves Ace’s eyes. It’s a darkness she knows far too well, and if she’s not careful, the cost of helping Ace find his way might just be losing herself.