• My Review: Crazy Hot Love by K. L. Grayson

    “Life is one big gamble, Claire. You can either play with the cards you’re dealt or you can sit out and watch, and I’d rather play. I will always choose to play. I want to do more than play, I want to win. I want the jackpot, and that’s you.”

    What’s he supposed to do when she looks up at him with those big, green doe eyes and licks her lips? The only thing he can do: kiss the hell out of her, then convince her it can’t happen again.

  • My Review: Sundays are for Hangovers by K. Webster and J. D. Hollyfield

    “My c*** thinks she’s hot as sin and he wants to play in her garden, even if she’s a little poisonous.”

    …She drives him crazy with her loud nineties rap music.
    He gets under her skin the way he obsesses over his stupid perfect lawn.

    She fantasizes about having sex with the hot nerd—but with duct tape over his dumb mouth.
    He has dirty dreams of the bombshell beauty where he bangs the crazy right out of her—nightmares of course.
    Anger isn’t the only thing heating up between these two.

  • My Review: Arrogant Devil by R. S. Grey

    “Standing there, watching him strip, my gaze pinballed from one detail to the next: his broad shoulders, his toned forearms, his Adonis V. HE HAD THE V, HALLELUJAH—except, from what I saw with my own eyes, his should really be called the Adonis Y for reasons I’ll leave up to your imagination.”

    Everyone in Cedar Creek, Texas, knows Jack McNight is an arrogant devil. Physically, I get it: he’s tan and fit, with coal-black hair that’s clearly been scorched by hellfire. Oh, and his personality? It burns just as hot.

  • My Review: Love Broken by J. D. Hollyfield

    My name is Katie Beller, but the world, as of late, knows me as Bailey Swan, the love guru behind my bestselling book.

    Want the shortened version? Here it is:

    Love was stupid.
    A fake. A farce
    Love was broken.

  • Cover Reveal: After Care by L. B. Dunbar

    Breast cancer survivor Edie Williams is ready to live.
    Divorced. Mother of two.
    She’s planned the vacation of a lifetime for a reboot,
    only to encounter an awakening adventure—Tommy Carrigan.

  • My Review: Dear Bridget, I Want You by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland

    "...here’s the thing…what they say about wanting what you can’t have is apparently true. For some bloody reason, I can’t stop thinking about you in very inappropriate ways."

    Dear Bridget,
    I’m writing this letter because it’s highly doubtful I’ll ever garner the courage to say this to your face.
    So, here goes.
    We’re totally wrong for each other. You’re the proper single mum with a good head on your shoulders. I’m just the carefree British doctor passing through town and temporarily living in your converted garage until I head back to England.

  • Cover Reveal: Dear Bridget, I Want You by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland

    Dear Bridget,
    I’m writing this letter because it’s highly doubtful I’ll ever garner the courage to say this to your face.
    So, here goes.
    We’re totally wrong for each other. You’re the proper single mum with a good head on your shoulders. I’m just the carefree British doctor passing through town and temporarily living in your converted garage until I head back to England.

  • My Review: Text 2 Lovers by K. Webster and J. D. Hollyfield

    Whoever you are, Buttercup, I’m coming for you.

    It’s the start of nothing good.
    I fired off a storm of raunchy text messages…to the wrong number.
    And he replied.
    Him: Show me a picture.
    Him: Tell me your name.
    Why does the lure of anonymity have me craving to indulge a stranger?

  • My Review: Moore to Love by Faith Andrews

    “You’re the first place trophy. Every, single bit of you.”

    I used to imagine that life would be easier, more enjoyable, if I were tall, blond, and supermodel thin. But real life—like the average, every day woman—is full of curves and imperfections, and many opportunities to learn that it’s not the number on the scale that measures the capacity of your heart.

  • New Release and My Review: The Rule Book by Jennifer Blackwood

    Ovaries, meet arm porn, your new best friend.

    Starr Media Second-Assistant Survival Guide
    1. Don’t call your hot boss the antichrist to his face.
    2. Don’t stare at hot boss’s, um, package or his full sleeve of tattoos. (No. Really. Stop!)
    3. Don’t get on the malicious first assistant’s bad side.
    4. Don’t forget to memorize the 300-page employee manual.
    5. If you value your cashmere, steer clear of boss’s dog.
    6. Boss’s dimples are lust-inducing. Do. Not. Give. In….

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