• My Review: The Neighborhood by Stylo Fanome

    "Love is rarely fair. It's messy and it's difficult and it's painful and it's a whole heap of hard work."

    one of them wants forgiveness, and the other wants forever. And Katya? She just wants to forget.

    Who knew neighbors could be so difficult?

  • My Review: Blackwood by Celia Aaron

    I found myself more worried over the fact that every harsh word he uttered seemed to speak to a secret part of myself. One that wanted to revel in his darkness and sample every bitter promise in his words.

    I dig. It’s what I do. I’ll literally use a shovel to answer a question. Some answers, though, have been buried too deep for too long. But I’ll find those, too. And I know where to dig—the Blackwood Estate on the edge of the Mississippi Delta. Garrett Blackwood is the only thing standing between me and the truth.

  • Cover Reveal: Ever Over After by J. A. DeRouen

    Questions and excuses are two things I have in spades. What I need now are answers.
    Answers and Low.
    Always Low.

    My name is Ever Montgomery, and this is my story of love resurrected.

  • My Review: Not So Temporarily Married by Fiona Davenport

    "I was holding my whole world in my arms and I would do whatever it took to make sure she stayed there."

    Zoe Elliot has resisted Landon Heath’s advances, only because he’s her boss and she needs her job to keep her work visa. But when she’s in danger of being deported, she agrees to his crazy suggestion of getting married… temporarily, of course.

  • My Review: Drifter by Janine Infante Bosco

    When you feel like there is nothing beautiful in this world, look around you. Find your beautiful.

    I’m a drifter.
    A man born to ride through this world alone.
    There used to be a time when I thought I was the rescuing type. I enlisted in the Marines and made it my duty—I was going to save lives.
    I was going to be a true American hero.
    But God had another plan.
    Or maybe Satan did.
    For everything I touch finds mortality.
    I’m no hero.

  • Cover Reveal: HALO by R. C. Stephens

    I fell in love with Thomas Wells and knew he was my forever.
    I was sixteen when I gave him my heart.
    Our love was the kind to last a lifetime.

  • My Review: The Reason for Me by Prescott Lane

    "…there’s nothing more dangerous to a man than a woman. They have the power to destroy. We’ve got bombs, guns, fists, all kinds of weapons of mass destruction, but there isn’t a single thing that can destroy a man faster than a woman."

    There’s just something about being wrapped up in the right man’s arms that makes your heart believe anything is possible.

    But the heart is a liar — a cruel, vicious liar.

  • My Review: Fractured Hope by Kristy Love

    "We can be broken together and you know what? That would be beautiful."

    Emptiness was my constant companion.
    Grief was all I knew. Loneliness was all I felt.
    Life beat me down. The punches kept coming.
    I existed. Didn’t really live.

  • Excerpt Reveal: The Reason for Me by Prescott Lane

    There’s just something about being wrapped up in the right man’s arms that makes your heart believe anything is possible.

    But the heart is a liar — a cruel, vicious liar.

  • My Review: The Reaper’s Mate by Celia Aaron

    This job. Boring is too colorful a word for it. I’ve been escorting humans to the afterlife for millennia. I’m over it. But when you’re the son of the two greatest reapers of all time, reaping is in your blood. My latest appointment is with one Annabelle Lyric, a twenty-eight year old New Orleans party planner. Snoozefest. But there is one bonus to this assignment: it’s Halloween night.

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