REVIEW ✰ Riding Her Rough (Death’s Door MC #1) by Jenika Snow

This is a very quick read...hot and steamy though not much depth. Delilah is the 22 year old daughter of the Death's Door MC president. Torque is a 45 year old nomad to the MC...he's a man without roots, who until Delilah likes it that way. Despite the significant age difference, there's no ick factor … Continue reading REVIEW ✰ Riding Her Rough (Death’s Door MC #1) by Jenika Snow

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ARC REVIEW: Let’s Ride (Legion of Guardians #2) by Xyla Turner

Bronx and Shay shared one passionate night together. Unfortunately when they woke up, Bronx leaves abruptly without an explanation.  In a perfect world, Bronx would have told Shay why he had to leave that night or Shay would have swallowed her pride and asked Bronx what was up.  Open and honest communication doesn't always happen in Romancelandia, which gets us here … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Let’s Ride (Legion of Guardians #2) by Xyla Turner

REVIEW: Leave a Trail (Signal Bend #7) by Susan Fanetti

Wow!!!!!  This book....WOW!!!! This series...WOW!!! I've said it many times before -- MC romance and I have a love-hate relationship.  This is the one subgenre of romance that I don't expect -- or need -- a syrupy sweet story. I expect the heroes to piss me off with their alpha-holeness, the rules of the MC aren't … Continue reading REVIEW: Leave a Trail (Signal Bend #7) by Susan Fanetti

Virtual Book Tour: Review, Excerpt & Giveaway ~ FIRE ME UP by Rachel John

  Today I’m delighted to host the book tour for FIRE ME UP by Rachael Johns presented by Tasty Book Tours. Get the lowdown on the book, read my review, and add it to your TBR lists. Don't forget to enter to win a giveaway for a selected ebook bundle from Loveswept.  Follow along on the tour here until September 11, … Continue reading Virtual Book Tour: Review, Excerpt & Giveaway ~ FIRE ME UP by Rachel John

ARC REVIEW: Fire Me Up (Deacons of Bourbon Street #2) by Rachael Johns

♦♦♦ RELEASE DATE SEPTEMBER 1ST ♦♦♦ Fire Me Up is the second installment in the Deacons of Bourbon Street series. This series follows four members of the Deacons who have come back to NOLA to pay respects to their leader, Priest Lombard. Each of the members were sent away ten years ago after a mission went south, so they … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Fire Me Up (Deacons of Bourbon Street #2) by Rachael Johns

ARC REVIEW: Make You Burn (Deacons of Bourbon Street #1) by Megan Crane

♦♦♦ RELEASE DATE AUGUST 4TH ♦♦♦ Me, when I read the blurb for Make You Burn on NetGalley... Sophie Lombard is the daughter of Priest, the president of the Deacons of Bourbon Street MC; therefore, has always been off-limits to Ajax, the club VP (and any other club brother, for that matter). Ajax has been away from New Orleans … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: Make You Burn (Deacons of Bourbon Street #1) by Megan Crane

REVIEW: Pulling Her Trigger (Ghost Riders MC #1) by Alexa Riley

"Warning: This book contains a heroine who doesn't submit, a hero who fights for what he's claimed, and insta-love so hard it will dent your kindle." I was intrigued by Pulling Her Trigger because the heroine, Mackenzie aka Casper, is a SAA of the Ghost Riders motorcycle club. Not just a club hanger-on, i.e., 'sweet butt' … Continue reading REVIEW: Pulling Her Trigger (Ghost Riders MC #1) by Alexa Riley

REVIEW: Silver Bastard (Silver Valley #1) by Joanna Wylde

I have a love-hate relationship with the MC romance genre; thus, very few get a very high rating out of me. The heroes in the MC world are mostly manwhore, alpha-holes and the heroines are too dim and/or damsel-y and/or okay with the heroes' barbaric antics. There are a few writers who I've been able … Continue reading REVIEW: Silver Bastard (Silver Valley #1) by Joanna Wylde

REVIEW: Show the Fire (Signal Bend, #6) by Susan Fanetti

I started off 2015 with All The Sky so that I could finish the Signal Bend series which I enjoyed immensely in 2014. Things heat up in the last third of ATS and continues into Show The Fire. A few pages in, Ms. Fanetti give readers a warning regarding the violence contained in one chapter … Continue reading REVIEW: Show the Fire (Signal Bend, #6) by Susan Fanetti

REVIEW: All The Sky (Signal Bend #5) by Susan Fanetti

I took a break from this series after reading the novella In Dark Woods last summer. As these books have popped back up in my social media feeds in recent weeks, I’m ready to revisit one of my favorite series again. I’ve probably said this before, but I’ll say it again — The Signal Bend … Continue reading REVIEW: All The Sky (Signal Bend #5) by Susan Fanetti