Book 4 of 3 AM Series I have been addicted to this series! I read it in between scheduled ARCs. I am a bit sad that this small circle of friends love stories are over–in a way. I’m excited to read about their siblings and others who attend Whitney Briggs. I’m curious aboutContinue reading “Review: Whiskey Kisses by Addison Moore”
Jordan Weston is good-looking, mysterious, and sexually uninhibited, but his life is more like the name of his bar―Just an Illusion. His cousins are the bad boys of Bastards and Dangerous, but their fame hasn’t made everything rainbows and sunshine for him. He’s haunted, flawed, and the sole survivor of a homicide thatContinue reading “Release Blitz: Interlude by D Kelly”
This is book 1 of a duet series–Five Reasons to Go has been previously reviewed. I’m going back through my archives to review books that read. I didn’t start writing book reviews until this summer so I have hundreds of books that I have read for my own enjoyment. Some are ones I’ve borrowed fromContinue reading “Book Review: Ten Reasons to Stay by Candace Knoebel”
Whitney Wheeler has been dreaming about and planning her wedding since her grandmother gave her a wedding scrapbook as a teen. Well, the thing with well laid plans…they never–I mean ever work out. With Whitney, it came in the form of walking into her McMansion that she shared with her fiance, finding his secretary servicing her soon-to-be husband. Instead of discussing the situation, Whitney goes on a road trip with Lucas DeCosta, her high school crush that she reconnected with the previous night at the local strip club…where he was working. Her friends paid him to give her special attention…on stage in front of the entire club. The real problem is the electric current that runs through her veins every time Lucas touches her. Why can’t Trenton stop calling and texting me? Do I still love Trenton? Did I ever really love him?
I had graduated from being attracted to trouble to picking it up in a church parking lot. Then she came flying out of the back door of the church, her skirt bundled up in her arms, exposing her legs from the knees down, a veil flowing behind her. She ran in heels like the devil himself was after her