• Review: Dusk by Alyssa Rose Ivy

    "...the way I feel about Mary Anne, it's need. She might as well be my oxygen for the way I crave her body, mind, and soul. When I close my eyes, she's the only thing I see."

    After you have sacrificed your freedom what else is there to lose?

    Mary Anne has given her word to Hunter that she’ll stay as his mate, but every second she spends with him takes her further away from Gage when he needs her the most.

    Caught between love and duty, Mary Anne discovers that her troubles are just beginning, and that sometimes love comes at a great price.

  • Review: Erased by K. Webster and Elle Christensen

    Joss Parker’s life is a fairytale come true. She’s a concert pianist in New York who lives with her longtime boyfriend and is close with her fiercely protective father—until one fateful night when she is taken in the middle of the night.

    In a desperate attempt to access a program that could be a threat to national security, her ability to play the piano is threatened. Her world comes crashing down when her father puts his need to protect a program over his own daughter.

  • Review: Blood Assassin by Alexandra Ivy

    Review I began Blood Assassins having only read one of the previous books in this series. Because of that there were some components and characters in the story to which I was unfamiliar. Alexandra Ivy did a wonderful job in reintroducing these aspects into Blood Assassins allowing me to understand the back story without giving […]

  • Review: Enforce by Rachel Van Dyken

    There’s two sides to every story…

    And ours? Isn’t pretty…

    Then again, what’s pretty about the mafia?

    Trace Rooks, that’s what.

    But she only wants one of us, and I’ll kill him before I let him have her.

    The only problem?

    We’re cousins.
    And she may just be our long lost enemy.

  • Review: Tainted by Peiri Ann

    After a devastating confession from Nathan’s sister, Taylor, Tracey and Nathan can’t catch a break. Influenced by Roehl, Tracey fights against the pull he has on her and the love she has for Nathan. Brought a choice of being set free of a bond she finds is not as profound as she interpreted. Or continue to endure the burdens promised by being bound to her mate. Tracey may reconsider her choice in choosing Nathan.

  • Review: Burdened by Peiri Ann

    Eighteen-year-old Tracey Warren is a ‘run-of-the-mill’ high school student on the verge of graduation. She has her friends and her fun; she has life all figured out. Or she thought she did.

    Her pedestrian reality crashes around her after an innocuous touch from a diabolically handsome stranger. Just one touch from Nathan Newcomb and her head and her world spins out of control. Soon she discovers that the only cure for the uneasy feelings and pain is Nathan himself. A man whose very existence balances between violent chaos and rigidly controlled dangers.

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