• My Review: Dangerous Hearts by K. K. Allen

    "...while I came on this tour to run from one dangerous heart, I smacked right into another … or so I thought. Come to find out, the only dangerous heart around here belongs to me."

    His heart beats for the music. She’s his favorite song.

  • My Review: Burn Before Reading by Sara Wolf

    "He taught me it’s alright to burn. He taught me that fire doesn’t only destroy –it reveals the new, tiny sprouts lying in wait to grow; sprouts you would’ve ignored, sprouts that would’ve died otherwise."

    A girl meets a wolf.

    And a wolf meets his match.

    Beatrix Cruz – Bee for short – has exactly one goal; kick her dad’s severe depression in the ass.

  • My Review: Rogue by Brynley Blake

    "I want you to let go and let me take you to edge of the abyss, so close that you can glimpse the dark depths, while trusting me to never let you fall. I want you to have no limits with me.”

    Reeling from the death of her daring Navy SEAL brother, reserved McKenzie Prescott decides to honor him in the only way she can think of—by finishing his bucket list.

  • My Review: Freed by Stephie Walls

    "You accepted my flaws, healed my wounds, and gave me time to learn to fly. You taught me what healthy love looks like and more importantly that I deserved it. I can’t tell you how much I love you. The words just don’t say enough.”

    I moved on.
I couldn’t hold on to what was deteriorating, devastating, destroying,
Nobody could.
    And now, I have real love.
The kind that means something,
Rocking in chairs and growing old.
    But, choosing between the past and future is too painful.
Too raw.
Too final.

  • My Review: Solo by Lauren E. Rico

    "If you’re lucky, when the clock strikes midnight on the best day of your life, someone is there to warm you. If you’re lucky, it’s something you see coming. Something you can circle on your calendar and look forward to for days and weeks and months. If you’re lucky, people will remind you it’s coming. And, when that lucky day comes, you will wake up just knowing. I know."

    When graduate student Katherine Brenner walked into my class, I couldn’t stand her — all perfect skin and big, blue eyes — just like the woman who broke my heart.

  • My Review: These Simple Scars by Emma Wicker

    "These scars show it’s a survivor, and that’s pretty beautiful."

    Sometimes, the worst scars are the ones that can’t be seen …

    After fleeing her abusive father, Faith’s goal is to find a job and earn enough to finally be able to live in safety. When she ends up stranded in the sleepy town of Silver, Georgia, it’s not long before she meets sexy mechanic Garrett.

  • My Review: Black Platinum by P. T. Michelle

    “This is peace. No matter what goes on out there, being inside you and feeling your heat surrounding me…you always ground me.”

    When wedding plans go awry and tragedy hits, Sebastian and Talia race against time to uncover the culprit who dared to strike out at the Blakes.

  • My Review: Misbehaved by Charleigh Rose

    Every girl wants to be good until a bad boy whisks her off her feet and corrupts her.

    When Remi gets the opportunity to attend the best private school in the state during her senior year of high school, she jumps at the chance. Then she meets Mr. James. Ornery, aloof, and totally irresistible.

    Most girls would swoon in secrecy.

    Most girls would doodle his name with hearts in their notebook.

    But Remi Stringer has never been like most girls.

  • My Review: Love Happens Anthology

    “Your wild parts are the ones I love the most."

    Fifteen authors come together to celebrate Autism Awareness month with proceeds benefiting SARRC and Myles-A-Part.

    Love Happens features stories about finding love, falling in love and being in love.

  • My Review: Play Along by TL Swan

    “I’m the gate keeper of Hell, baby. Welcome home.”

    I witnessed a murder and became his hostage.

    Held captive beneath the deck of a shipping container…. I realise to save my life I need to become valuable.
    My body is my only weapon.
    His pleasure to my pain.

    28 days is a long time to Play Along with his perverted demands.

  • My Review: Revelry by Kandi Steiner

    "There are no rules when it comes to life and love, and even if there were they would only exist to be broken. There’s no methodology, no equation, no right or wrong or guided path of light."

    Wren Ballard is trying to find herself.

    She never expected to be divorced at twenty-seven, but now that the court date has passed, it’s official. The paperwork is final. Her feelings on it aren’t

  • My Review: Bound by Stephie Walls

    “You ain’t seen nothing yet, baby. I’m just getting warmed up. Now that you’ve let me in get ready. I’m insatiable. The more you scream, the more I want you. I’ve never heard a woman cry out like you did, and it was hot.”

    I want to prove my worth, show them what I have.
I may be flawed; we all are.
But I’m smart, driven, and ready to take on the world.
No one needs to know the rest.

  • My Review: This Isn’t Fair, Baby by K. Webster

    “You are like a thousand sunrises. Too bright and goddamned beautiful for human eyes. I’m blind just looking at you, mi diablita.”

    The king in my world fell and a new one slid into place.
    He wasn’t just.
    He wasn’t FAIR.
    He was cruel and hateful and twisted.

    But I had this black king figured out.
    Or so I thought.

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