I make no bones about it that I love Elle Aycart's stories, especially the Bowen brothers. James Bowen remains one of my favorite book boyfriends of all time to this day. I've been looking forward to reading James and Cole's baby brother, Max Bowen's book since he was introduced in More Than Meets the Ink. … Continue reading REVIEW: To the Max (Bowen #3) by Elle Aycart
Sigh... I so wanted to love this book. There was so much hype from my book friends. Excerpts and highly favorable reviews were all over my social media newsfeeds for this and The Perception so I gave in to the peer pressure. Cane Alexander is an unrepentant manwhore. When Cane meets Jada Stanley, he wants … Continue reading REVIEW: The Exception by Adriana Locke
Even though I read mostly e-books nowadays I still enjoy walking through bookstores occasionally.
Kristen Proby continues to be a go-to author for me when I want sweet, sexy, low angst romance. I loved her With Me in Seattle series and was very sad to see it end. What I enjoy about Ms. Proby's series is, although each book can be read as a stand alone about one central … Continue reading REVIEW: Easy Love (Boudreaux #1) by Kristen Proby
Let’s start with the cover, shall we? If there’s a contest for hottest romance novel cover, Jaci Burton wins hands down!! The covers for this series as a whole have been stellar! Here, we have Trick and Stella who have had an on and off friends with benefits relationship for about a year. Trick is … Continue reading REVIEW: Holiday on Ice by Jaci Burton
I’ve excused a lot in Romancelandia but THIS is not ok. How these authors could think it’s remotely funny to depict a BDSM romance (a la FSoG) between Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson as a JOKE is beyond me. I don’t know of Stephanie Dray’s work but I’ve read numerous books by Laura Kaye in … Continue reading Say Whaaaat…Did I read that right???
Although not my favorite romance subgenre, I do find myself reading a surprising amount of new adult because Romancelandia is inundated with young’uns falling in love. Usually I stick to new adult romance stories that have older MCs because the high school or college student melodrama is rarely my cuppa. The Deal came highly recommended … Continue reading REVIEW: The Deal (Off Campus #1) by Elle Kennedy