Review: Beautiful Beloved (Beautiful Bastard #3.6) by Christina Lauren

Beautiful Stranger ended on a happy-for-now note that left me feeling a little jipped so I was happy for a sequel/epilogue for Max and Sara. I jumped right into Beautiful Beloved, skipping past a few books in between, which I'll get back to in the future. Here, Max and Sara are happily married and new … Continue reading Review: Beautiful Beloved (Beautiful Bastard #3.6) by Christina Lauren

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REVIEW: Beautiful Stranger by Christina Lauren

It's been a loooooonnnng time since I read the first book in this series, Beautiful Bastard. I wasn't too fond of the Chloe and Bennett's love story. When an introduction to a series doesn't turn my crank, I usually give up on it. There are just too many books out there to continue with a … Continue reading REVIEW: Beautiful Stranger by Christina Lauren

REVIEW: Easy with You (With Me in Seattle #8.5) by Kristen Proby

I've been interested in Asher and his little one, Casey, since we met them in Tied With Me. I wondered how, or even if, Kristen Proby would give Asher his own book considering he wasn't a relative of the Montgomery clan. Although I would have preferred a full-length novel, Easy With You was a perfect … Continue reading REVIEW: Easy with You (With Me in Seattle #8.5) by Kristen Proby

REVIEW: Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace with Marriage by Elizabeth Gilbert

I'm in the minority of people who read Eat, Pray, Love and had a lukewarm reaction to it, so I wasn't eager to read Committed at first.  A few friends who are EPL devotees told me that although it can be read as a sequel to EPL, Committed is nothing like it, so I gave it a shot. Perhaps … Continue reading REVIEW: Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace with Marriage by Elizabeth Gilbert

REVIEW: Inappropriate (Bristol Island #2) by Elizabeth Finn

I've read most if not all of Elizabeth Finn's books, so it's safe to say I'm a fan of her writing. Ms. Finn writes character driven stories that are not the same old, same old that we constantly read in Romancelandia. She has a way of writing characters who even when I don't like their … Continue reading REVIEW: Inappropriate (Bristol Island #2) by Elizabeth Finn

REVIEW: First Comes Love by Z. B. Heller

When we left off in Chronicles of Moxie, things are great with Miles and Moxie, but their story didn't feel complete yet so I wholeheartedly and eagerly looked forward to this sequel. I enjoyed COM but I truly fell in love with Moxie and Miles in First Comes Love. Moxie is still her irreverent, sassy … Continue reading REVIEW: First Comes Love by Z. B. Heller

REVIEW: The Chronicles of Moxie by Z. B. Heller

Chronicles of Moxie had me at... “I’m 5’7”, have long red hair and gray blue eyes. I am beautiful, sexy, and a size sixteen. I’ve never been self-conscious about my curves in the past. They just give a man a little extra flesh to grab onto when we are in the throes of passion.”  TBH, … Continue reading REVIEW: The Chronicles of Moxie by Z. B. Heller

REVIEW: Before I Fall (Falling #1) by Jessica Scott

Beth Lamont is a 20 year old college student who's struggling to take care of her father, a veteran struggling with a debilitating back injury, while also trying to complete her degree at a prestigious college. Noah Warren is a 20-something veteran re-acclimating to life as a college student while struggling with the PTSD and … Continue reading REVIEW: Before I Fall (Falling #1) by Jessica Scott

REVIEW: Rock Addiction (Rock Kiss #1) by Nalini Singh

This will be short and to the point....unlike this book. Rock Addiction was hella long!! Like 400+ pages long. I felt like it would never end. I'd check my progress every few chapters and I'd moved only one percent. This book wasn't bad...but the story dragged along. For a good portion of the first half, … Continue reading REVIEW: Rock Addiction (Rock Kiss #1) by Nalini Singh

Clean Reader Removes the Profanity from e-Books

Clean Reader Removes the Profanity from e-BooksI'm trying to figure out why I'd need this app. Lemme think...NOPE...I'm not coming up with anything!!I just don't agree with "cleaning" up older books...we can't just act like the n-word and other offensive language wasn't a part of our history...and our present, for that matter. Deal with it … Continue reading Clean Reader Removes the Profanity from e-Books