I’m always hesitant to read a book in the middle of a series. This book really does read as a standalone which rarely happens. If I wasn’t told before hand, I wouldn’t have noticed. Many times, I completely forgot it was part of a series. I did find a few aspects slightly unbelievable, I wentContinue reading “Review and excerpt: How to Lose a Fiance by Stefanie London”
Review I commend Kelly for exploring bisexuality and giving the characters the freedom to explore their sexuality. Very few authors have successfully been able to allow the characters this level of sexual and emotional exploration without the novel being erotic or overtly sexual. Jordan and Kyle’s sexuality is about who they are as a personContinue reading “Book Review: Interlude by D Kelly”
How do you date your best friend’s sister? Easy. Step one: Pretend you want her to set you up with someone else. That will bring the two of you closer. Step two: Go on date with lots of random women, proceed to get stupid drunk and talk about your best friend’s sister, thusContinue reading “Cover Reveal: The Secret to Dating Your Best Friend’s Sister by Meghan Quinn”
Giveaway!! Blitz-wide giveaway (INTL) $25 Gyft.com gift card Synopsis: It all started with the bereavement flowers with my name on them. Not the best way to wake up, right? I work in a flower shop. I know a funeral arrangement when I see one. I know a killer when I see one, too. And one is standingContinue reading “Book Blitz: False Memory by Meli Raine”
Nash Bartley, one of many private contractors working for Drake. A team the CIA contracted to bring Fate home from Africa. Only nothing went as planned. Instead Nash was captured. Nash and Fate spent days in side by side cells. They spent each night talking about everything from their personal lives to family. Fate kept Nash alive by sharing her food and water. Nash kept her alive by ensuring Fate never loses hope. When the General comes to their camp and a second rescue attempt happens, Fate and Nash do not return together.
Neither of them return to the states without injuries–mentally and physically. Both think the other is dead after the last fire fight at the camp.