ARC REVIEW: Marco (Indecent Exposure #1) by Raven St. Pierre

From the moment Raven St. Pierre posted the excerpt of Chapter 1 of Marco on her blog, I was completely captivated by this story. Marco and Brynn are strangers who hook up in a bar bathroom during an alcohol fueled night. They never expected to see each other again. Once the drunken haze clears, memories of … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Marco (Indecent Exposure #1) by Raven St. Pierre

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ARC REVIEW: Loose Ends Trilogy by Kaia Bennett

Loose Ends Series Box Set by Kaia Bennett My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars In the first installment of the Loose Ends series, #1 Crush, we meet Nicole and Gabriel while Nicole is visiting her older sister in NYC, on break from college. Nicole's had a crush on Gabe, her sister's friend and roommate, for … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Loose Ends Trilogy by Kaia Bennett

ARC REVIEW: Deep by Jaine Diamond

DEEP by Jaine Diamond My rating: 4 of 5 stars I'm branching out...reading about people and places that I wouldn't normally choose. When I read the blurb for Deep, I was intrigued because it doesn't take place on earth. Deep had a sci-fi feel without taking me too far outside my comfort zone.  Lana Marsden is … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Deep by Jaine Diamond

ARC REVIEW: League of Bosses: The Client by Xyla Turner

Tiffany just bought a fixer-upper and she's having an issue with her plumbing.  John owns the plumbing business that was hired to fix the problem, but his guys botched the job so he agrees to take care of it himself.  From the moment they meet, sparks fly.  John, who has been burned by a past … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: League of Bosses: The Client by Xyla Turner

REVIEW TOUR: Power Privilege & Pleasure (Queens of Kings #4) by LaQuette

Title: Power Privilege & Pleasure Series: Queens of Kings: Book 4 Author: LaQuette Genre:  Interracial Erotic Romance Release Date: October 13, 2015   She was born to conquer a nation; he was made to conquer her. When truth isn’t the best answer and duty must come before love. Alexis-Jeovonni “A.J.” Tenetti: attorney, CEO, master manipulator, must … Continue reading REVIEW TOUR: Power Privilege & Pleasure (Queens of Kings #4) by LaQuette

ARC REVIEW: Queens of Kings #1-3 by LaQuette

The first three books of the Queens of Kings series follow the same two main characters, Heart Mackenzie and Kenneth Searlington, at their center. Also, they cannot be read as standalones as the books must be read in order, with each book building upon the last. Thus, I'm choosing to review them in one post instead … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Queens of Kings #1-3 by LaQuette

ARC REVIEW: The Escort (Shamed #3) by Laura Marie Altom

♦♦♦ RELEASE DAY ♦♦♦ I didn't read the two preceding novels where Nathan Black and Carol Moore are introduced. When I requested this book on NetGalley I wasn't clear that it was book 3 in this series. That said, I don't feel like I missed anything pivotal about Carol or Nathan by not having read the previous books. The … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: The Escort (Shamed #3) by Laura Marie Altom

ARC REVIEW: Risk It (Rule Breakers #4) by Jennifer Chance

I wasn't a big fan of Want It, book 3 in the Rule Breakers series, so I was actually surprised that the publisher sent me an advance copy of Risk It. Although I had very little interest in Risk It after reading the preceding book, I was determined to give this book a fair shot. I tried...I … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Risk It (Rule Breakers #4) by Jennifer Chance

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

ARC REVIEW: Playing Dirty by C.L. Parker

I love a good enemies-to-lovers story usually.  What I like most about this trope is that the hero/ine are usually covering up love/lust in witty banter and antagonism. The fun is in reading how long before they give in to their feelings. Unfortunately, Playing Dirty didn't do it for me. Here, I felt that Cassidy and Shaw really didn't … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Playing Dirty by C.L. Parker