• My Review: Cyanide by Ella Fields

    "Out of all the harmful things I could have ever done to myself, falling in love has got to be the worst. But some lessons need to be learned the hard way."

    Heartless. Conceited. Shallow.
    Three simple words to describe me.

    I had everything a girl could ask for, yet nothing I truly needed.
    I’d made peace with who I was and the expectations set upon me long ago.
    Only to have that peace shattered when a nameless hero rode into my world.

  • My Review: Three is a War by Pam Godwin

    “You’re the realization clawing at my insides without coercion or doubt or the pressure of time. My heart beats for you and only you, not because you command it, but because we’re meant to be.”

    Three means war.
    Three sides vying for forever….

    I love two men, and I do the only thing I can. I fight.

  • My Review: Drunk Dial by Penelope Ward

    "You’re still the boy I looked up to. You’re just a man now, who’s lived, made mistakes, and learned from them. I needed to call and tell you that.”

    It seemed like a good idea at the time. Look up Landon Roderick, that boy from childhood whom I’d never been able to forget—even though he so easily forgot about me—and call him.

  • My Review: Toying With Her by Prescott Lane

    "If love is dirty, I want to be dirty with her. If love makes me blind, I want her by my side, leading the way. If love is patient and kind, it’s because so is she. If my love is stubborn, it’s only because I won’t let her go. If love makes me drunk, I want it to be on her kiss, her taste. If love makes me stupid, what more do I need to know than her? If love makes the world go round, I only want to take that trip with Sterling. She is love. Stupid, drunk, patient, stubborn, kind, hopefully all kinds of dirty—Love."

    No one said finding love was easy, but when you invented the world’s bestselling vibrator, it’s near impossible. Yep, that’s right. That little toy hidden in your bedside table is my brain child. It’s aptly named Woman on Top. And you know what they say . . . it’s lonely at the top.

  • My Review: I Don’t Regret You by Jodie Larson

    "You have this preconceived notion in your head of how things are supposed to be. Let it go. There’s no rulebook, no teacher grading you on how you’re living your life. The only person you answer to is you.”

    We all have them.
    Like the Aqua Net hairstyles back in the 80’s, the 90’s grunge fad, or the person you lost your virginity to as a teen because you were “totally in love”.
    I have a few of my own…

  • My Review: A Better Place by Jennifer Van Wyk

    ​"He knows he has my heart, and he’s never going to give it back. And I know I have his, and I hope like hell he sees the same thing in my eyes."

    He’s kept his heart closed off since the day his wife walked away. He’s never found someone who he thought was worth opening himself up to. But one look at her, and he knew she was everything.

  • My Review: The Wild by K. Webster

    "She’s mine. The only one who ever could reach inside me and free the wild. We are one now."

    Confusing. Wrong. Twisted. Beautiful. Sick.

    Love is wild.
    And we’re going to set it free.

  • My Review: The Edge of Us by Veronica Larsen

    "There's no real logic to loving another person. No sane reason in surrendering your heart and mind to what cannot be seen or measured. To allow such a volatile force to reign over you. Love is neither patient nor kind, because love can't be tepid. It's unrelenting, all consuming, and unreasonable."

    Eight years ago, Cole Van Buren left me at the altar without a single explanation. My heart’s been at a standstill ever since, the anger keeping me from moving on. Keeping me from seeing the man who’s been right in front of me all this time.

  • My Review: Falling Into the Black by Lauren Runow

    "Here we are at the starting line. It's not a race, but rather a marathon, and I'm going to love you till the very end. I promise you that."

    Ten years ago we said goodbye.

    I left the world I knew to create a new life for myself. Away from the lies. Away from the pain.

    It was all going as planned until a friend asked for help with her club. The business was liberating. The company was intoxicating.

  • My Review: Hook & Burn – The Duplicity Duet

    "I finally knew what it meant to be in love with someone. It was a sacrifice and an honor that you bestowed upon someone when you trusted them enough to give them the only thing that truly had the power to destroy you. Your love. There was nothing in the world more fulfilling or more terrifying."

    Women loathed me without even knowing my name. Men coveted the very idea of me. Escort. Call girl. Prostitute. Hooker. Whore. I’d heard it all. Done it all.

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

    "It’s amazing how someone can feel like they’re made for you. Like nothing could ever feel better than holding them."

    …with stolen dreams, betrayals, and terrifying threats—no one’s heart is safe. Not even the ones that may be destined to be together.

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

    “Now, I’ll let you ride me like the good little cowgirl you want to be, but then I get to bend you over this couch and ride you. Got it?”

    Best friends aren’t supposed to kiss.
    But these best friends did.

    He can’t get the taste of her lips off his mind.
    She can’t let go of the guilt from her mistake.

    He wants to be good enough for her.
    She wishes life were different.

  • My Review: Dr. Stanton by T. L. Swan

    "I haven’t introduced you to my kink yet.”

    If happiness is a gift.

    Then Cameron Stanton is my Santa Clause.

    I can’t tell you the exact moment I fell in love with him.
    Only that I did.

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