• My Review: Where Good Girls Go to Die

    "She was chaos and madness, her heart never sitting still for long, and when I was with her, everything else crumbled away and I felt like I was home."

    It was a bad idea from the beginning.

    He was my brother’s best friend and the definition of unavailable.

    But I didn’t care.

    I had loved him for as long as I could remember.

    He was worth the risk. He was worth everything.

  • My Review: Third and Long by Kata Cuic

    Not everyone plays by the rules.

    Eva Papageorgiou has it all: the popularity that always felt so elusive in high school, looks that men can’t ignore, and a boyfriend that other women covet. She’s gorgeous, powerful; she has the world at her fingertips.

    And it’s all a lie.

  • My Review: Mister Moneybags by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

    "I actually like a little deviant in my men, I’m finding."

    I met Bianca in an elevator.

    She was on her way to interview me when we got stuck.
    The beautiful raven-haired reporter assumed I was a delivery guy because of the way I was dressed.

    She had no clue I was really Dex Truitt, the wealthy, successful businessman she’d dubbed “Mister Moneybags”―her afternoon appointment.

  • My Review: Heph by Elda Lore

    "My name is Phyre. And I’m the whole flame."

    This modern tale of Hephaestus, the metal working god, rights the wrong of a crippled man failed at love. Here the flaming passion he deserved as an under-recognized god is written in a new fashion with the fiery spirit of a woman who ignites true love between these twin flames.

  • My Review: Bad Bad Bad by K. Webster

    "Do you want me to make you, and everything you own, dirty?”

    Two interconnected stories. Two taboo treats.
    These novellas are extremely hot and jam packed with insta-love. They’re MAJORLY taboo so if you have triggers about age and deviant acts, please don’t read this. I can’t be held responsible for corrupting you. If you have a taste for all things naughty, then you’re going to devour these taboo treats!

  • My Review: Stripped Bare by Heidi McLaughlin

    Finn is masterful when it comes to sex, bringing me to the brink over and over again until the ache is too much to bear. He’s there when I fall apart, taking in every second, relishing in the victory.

    They don’t call it the Strip for nothing. . . .

    In this sinfully sexy Las Vegas romance from bestselling author Heidi McLaughlin, a man who has it all reunites with a woman who takes it all off.

  • My Review: Breaking Gravity by Autumn Grey

    "I grew up believing there was no such thing as happily ever after, but I met a man who blew that theory out of the water. He made me believe that anything is possible."

    I’ve always followed my dreams with ruthless determination.
    My life was going well. Success was at my fingertips.
    Until it wasn’t.
    All it took was three seconds to send my world crashing down around me, ripping my dreams to shreds.
    Then I meet her, with her large hazel eyes that slay me at first glance.
    And everything starts to make sense again.

  • My Review: A War Like Ours by Saffron A. Kent

    “The first time I saw you, your eyes were empty. I wondered how you did that. What made you so careless. I wanted to look inside you. Right here. I wanted to know your secret. I thought it would set me free. But I didn’t know that you were as trapped as me. You’re just good at pretending.”

    Three weeks ago, James Maxwell’s wife died in a car accident, but he hasn’t been able to tell his five-year old daughter the heartbreaking truth behind her mother’s death. Instead, he packs them up and leaves for a summer resort in upstate New York to spend a few peaceful weeks and to gradually break the news. But a spirited and outspoken maid at the resort has figured out his secret.

  • My Review: Stay Awhile by Gia Riley

    "If you stay . . . You won’t regret. If you stay . . . I’ll make you mine."

    Life can change in the blink of an eye.
    And every choice can unravel more of the truth.
    One split second decision after a lifetime of lies, has created a world so confusing, happily ever after isn’t guaranteed. Not even when the stars align and the pieces fit perfectly into the puzzle.

  • My Review: Garden of Goodbyes by Faith Andrews

    "When you survive the death of your heart, any other pain feels as insignificant as a pin prick. That’s what I believed. Only, it was a lie."

    Loss, betrayal, addiction . . . on their own, each of these heartaches can break you, but mix them all together and the concoction will ruin you.

  • My Review: The Sex Bucket List by Prescott Lane

    I want a man who knows he wants me. Not one who needs to think about it.

    Emerson’s a sexy mom of three.
    And if you call her a MILF, I’ll kick your ass.
    She’s got a sex “to do” list, and I’m just the man to help her check some things off.
    But this isn’t my story. It’s hers.

  • My Review: Beautifully Broken by Em Frances

    "You could never be invisible. You shine way too brightly, draw people to that light. Even in the dark, I'd know you were there."

    The loss of her mother turned her world upside down and revealed a truth she had never known. Her entire life felt like a lie.

  • My Review: A Boy Like You by Ginger Scott

    “You don’t belong in a box. That’s what makes you so amazing. You…you’re a little bit of everything. And you’re not ashamed to show any of it."

    They say everyone’s a superhero to someone. I’m not sure who I’m supposed to save, but I know who saved me.

    We were kids. His name was Christopher. And up until the day he pulled me from death’s grip, he was nothing more than a boy I felt sorry for. In a blink of an eye, he became the only person who made me feel safe.

    And then he disappeared.

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