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Review: The Bastard Billionaire by Jennifer Lemmon

Posted March 3, 2017 in Review / 12 Comments
Review: The Bastard Billionaire by Jennifer Lemmon

The last Billionaire Bad Boys book, The Billionaire Next Door, gave us readers a brief introduction to the middle Crane brother who has been practically absent from the series.  Eli Crane came in like a wrecking ball and refused to leave my mind.  I knew this veteran would be trouble […]

Review: Dare to Lie by Jen McLaughlin

Posted February 7, 2017 in Review / 17 Comments
Review: Dare to Lie by Jen McLaughlin

After book two in Jen McLaughlin’s The Sons of Steel Row, I really needed to know how Chris and Scotty were going to get themselves out, ALIVE, from the mess they’re in.  Turns out, it wasn’t so easy.  But man, I was on the edge of my seat most of […]

Review: Dare to Stay by Jen McLaughlin

Posted August 2, 2016 in Review / 7 Comments
Review: Dare to Stay by Jen McLaughlin

I just read and reviewed Sophie Jordan’s Hell Breaks Loose the other day and I can’t help but notice that I have another book on my hands here with a bad boy and his love interest in an impossible happily ever after situation. But Jen McLaughlin’s Dare to Stay is different in that Chris, our bad boy, really eff’d up. He IS a bad boy who is possibly on his way to redemption.

Review: Don’t Tempt Me by Lori Foster

Posted July 18, 2016 in Review / 14 Comments
Review: Don’t Tempt Me by Lori Foster

Lori Foster, besides being an all-around fabulous human, is an author I know I can go to for a well written romance that 9 times out of 10, will include a bit of suspense to keep my heart rate up all the way to a happily ever after. In Don’t Tempt Me, Ms. Foster even offers up double the happiness by the end of the story – a veritable two for one 😉

Review: Smolder by Karen Erickson

Posted July 7, 2016 in Review / 6 Comments
Review: Smolder by Karen Erickson

There are some romance tropes that just drive me up the wall and back down the other side. Hidden in this tale was a storyline that had me putting this book down once, pondering a “DNF” status for it, but finally picked it back up and enjoyed the story for what it is: good writing and intriguing characters.

Review: Ignite by Karen Erickson

Posted June 2, 2016 in Review / 6 Comments
Review: Ignite by Karen Erickson

Oh us silly women. We forgive waaaaay too easily. I love just about everything Karen Erickson (aka Monica Murphy) writes. I eat up her books for breakfast, lunch, and dinner – yummy 🙂 So I can honestly say that my ONLY complaint about Ignite is that our heroine needed a backbone. Let me explain with my completely biased but glowing review…