Review After reading Keaton and Bowen’s books, I was ecstatic for the twins story. Aarons does not disappoint with Forrest. She showcases Forrest and his unique twin relationship with Fletcher superbly allowing Fletcher’s story to begin building within Forrest more so than the previous storylines with the brothers much like their relationship with each other.Continue reading “Review: Flutter by Carrie Aarons”
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Review: Tempt Me by Cali Caliente
This book is all about steamy sex between a hot Italian and a wedding planner. The two had steamy shower sex within five minutes of meeting. Their entire relationship is just as passionate. There are a bit too many Italian cliches for me. The story needs a bit more backbone and storyline. But the bookContinue reading “Review: Tempt Me by Cali Caliente”
Review: Dirty English by Isla Madden-Mills
This is a new selection from my library. I have to admit that British romance–ok anything British is my weakness. Of course, I loved this book! It’s set here in the States but identical twins, Dax and Declan are British …I love both of their characters. I can’t wait until I get a chance toContinue reading “Review: Dirty English by Isla Madden-Mills”
Cover Reveal: The Two-Week Arrangement by Kendall Ryan
Release Day: June 4 About the Book Dear Sexy AF Intern, I know you don’t particularly care that I’m the CEO of this company, and you’re just an intern. I also know you’re not impressed by my power or my wealth, and that’s fine. You think you’ve got me all figured out from working alongsideContinue reading “Cover Reveal: The Two-Week Arrangement by Kendall Ryan”
Cover Reveal: Well Suited by Staci Hart
Well Suited, the final standalone in the Red Lipstick Coalition Series from Staci Hart, is coming May 2nd and we have the beautiful cover for you! Chemistry is my love language. I’ve always been able to separate feelings from chemosignals. A shot of dopamine, a dash of serotonin, and a sprinkle of oxytocin—and bam. You’reContinue reading “Cover Reveal: Well Suited by Staci Hart”
Book Review and Excerpt: Only Work, No Play by Cora Reilly
Review This is the first time, I’ve read a story with rugby players in it or at least I think so. Sometimes, it’s hard to keep track since I read a book a day for pleasure or review, and now I also beta read for authors too. I don’t read a lot of books thatContinue reading “Book Review and Excerpt: Only Work, No Play by Cora Reilly”
Book Review: Work in Progress by Staci Hart
This is the fourth or fifth book of Hart’s that I’ve read. I absolutely love her writing. This book give a new twist to the author/book blogger relationship. I did have a few reservations while reading beginning with Amelia’s shyness disorder and lack of socialization issues. She has a circle of friends yet noneContinue reading “Book Review: Work in Progress by Staci Hart”
Book Review: Always Have by Claire Kingsley
The first time I read this book it was okay. I re-read it after receiving a notice from Amazon that the following two books in the series was available. Selene’s book intrigued me since it had been so long since I read Brax and Kylie’s story–I needed to re-read it. For some reason, this time, I loved the book. I’m not sure if it was just my mood before or the fact that previously I was incredibly stingy with handing out star ratings on Goodreads and Amazon.
Book Review: Taste Me by Cali Caliente
If you are looking for a good erotic book–this is it. There’s more sex than plotline. I wanted to smack the characters for literally NOT talking to each other. Instead they talk around each other which further pushes the confusion. Really, the book could’ve been about five chapters shorter–or the author could’ve add more toContinue reading “Book Review: Taste Me by Cali Caliente”
BOOK REVIEW: Can’t Text This by Teagan Hunter
I didn’t realize that there are two other books that follow the character in the book. Only one scene did I feel like there might be more to this book or other books that will help me understand these characters better. I will be getting the two books before this: Let’s Get Textual and I Wanna Text You Up.
Monty Andrews left her sheltered life with her parents and younger brother after being cheated on by her fiance. That is when she realized that she lives for other people and says “yes” to everything. All of this conformity has come at a cost–a loss of her identity. Monty moves in with her twin sister. She decides that her “yes life” is over. She’s going to take more chances, do more things. That’s how she ended up at a bar with her sister, Denny. Oh, and making out in said bar with a gorgeous tatted up stud in the women’s restroom. Both things she would have NEVER done before. Oh, how his hands, and mouth feels on her skin. The knock on the door brings her to her senses–literally.