ARC REVIEW: Fire and Ice by A.M. Hartnett

A book with a sexy Russian hockey player...SIGN ME UP! When Mick comes to Julia for French lessons, there's instant attraction. Julia and Mick flirt and banter right off the bat. Mick's awkward grasp of English colloquialisms...totally adorbs! "Strong is good. Puts hair on palms." Additionally, I found Julia's awkwardness to be endearing and her reticence … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Fire and Ice by A.M. Hartnett

REVIEW: Garrett (Cold Fury Hockey #2) by Sawyer Bennett

Garrett is the unapologetic king of one night stands but he's not bitter or relationship-averse... "My parents have an amazingly long marriage, and I respect that. I honestly think I’ve just been young and carefree. Sowing my oats, so to speak. It’s what dudes do.” When Garrett meets Olivia he definitely wants her in his bed. … Continue reading REVIEW: Garrett (Cold Fury Hockey #2) by Sawyer Bennett

ARC REVIEW: Chasing Shade by Sommer Marsden

Archie Rader is down on his luck, living in his truck, with only $200 to his name when gas station directions lead him into the diner where Betsey Green works. By the end of his meal, Archie has a lead on a job that comes with accommodations and a growing attraction to sweet Betsey. "I found … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Chasing Shade by Sommer Marsden

Does Size REALLY Matter?

We're all adults here right? Well then, I'll just jump right in.  Let's talk about the man rod, the dick, the cock, the shaft...or more specifically the monster schlong, the KING of cocks that are featured characters in Romancelandia. As a red-blooded heterosexual woman I'd be lying if I said I don't enjoy the man bits. … Continue reading Does Size REALLY Matter?

REVIEW: Any Way You Want It (The Brand Clan #2) by Maureen Smith

After reading this within days of its release, I can’t believe I never wrote a proper review. Guess that’s what re-reads are for, right? 😉 Two things guaranteed that I was going to love this book before I even opened it to  page 1…1) it’s written by one of my favorite authors, Maureen Smith and 2) it’s a friends-to-lovers … Continue reading REVIEW: Any Way You Want It (The Brand Clan #2) by Maureen Smith

REVIEW: Whatever You Like (The Brand Clan #1) by Maureen Smith

This was my first book by Maureen Smith many moons ago. What interested me mostly was that it was vaguely reminiscent of one of my fave movies, Pretty Woman. Lena Morrison is a grant writer by day and an in-demand escort by night.  When she's set up on a "date" with billionaire businessman Roderick Brand it's fireworks at … Continue reading REVIEW: Whatever You Like (The Brand Clan #1) by Maureen Smith

REVIEW: Sway (Delicious #1) by Lauren Dane

I read this novella back when it was released as part of the Cherished anthology back in 2012. Seeing that it was re-released as a stand alone recently, Sway deserved a re-read. I'm never disappointed with a Lauren Dane read. I really liked the heroine, Daisy. Young but strong, smart and a perfect match for the hero, … Continue reading REVIEW: Sway (Delicious #1) by Lauren Dane

REVIEW: Glutton for Pleasure (Pleasure #1) by Alisha Rai

Ménage (or polyamory, in general) is not something I can wrap my head around fully, so I rarely read menage romance. When I do read it, I prefer M/M/F, where all participants are involved sexually with one another, not just two hetero men sharing a woman seemingly without their naughty bits ever coming into contact … Continue reading REVIEW: Glutton for Pleasure (Pleasure #1) by Alisha Rai

June 2015 New Releases I’m Looking Forward to Reading

This month, I'm looking forward to reading a number of books that have been on my TBR for a while awaiting release.  Some are series installments that I've been waiting for with bated breath since the last book; others mark the beginning of a new series from favorite authors or stand alones by new to me authors. **This … Continue reading June 2015 New Releases I’m Looking Forward to Reading

REVIEW: Inevitable (Love and War #2) by Inger Iversen

We met Teal and Trent in Incarcerated; they are best friends to Katie and Logan, respectively.  I didn't like either of these characters, honestly, but they were good well-drawn characterizations nonetheless. Teal is overbearing and comes off as a stereotypical loud mouth, bitter Black woman. Most of what we learn about Trent is through Logan's … Continue reading REVIEW: Inevitable (Love and War #2) by Inger Iversen