• My Review: Medicine Man by Saffron A. Kent

    “... a hero isn’t someone who doesn’t fall. A hero is someone who knows how to rise.”

    Willow isn’t supposed to look deep into those eyes. She isn’t supposed to try to read his tightly leashed emotions. And neither is she supposed to touch herself at night, imagining his powerful voice and that cold but beautiful face.

    No, Willow Taylor shouldn’t be attracted to Simon Blackwood, at all.

    Because she’s a patient and he’s her doctor. Her psychiatrist.

  • My Review: Unbroken Promises by Nikki Ash

    “Do what makes you happy, be with who makes you smile, laugh as much as you breathe, love as long as you live.”

    When we were kids, we made all kinds of promises. We promised to always be best friends, to always put each other first, and that no matter what, no one would come between us. Little did we know that life had its own plans.

  • My Review: Gravel Road by Stephie Walls

    “I’ve always known you were my knight in shining armor, but I never expected you to have to prove that you’re my fairy tale.”

    I fell in love with Austin before I even knew what the word meant.

    Miranda was the only girl who ever had a chance at owning my heart.

  • My Review: Booted by Pam Godwin

    “No one will ever know you or truly understand, until they run their fingers through your soul. But you need to let them. Someday, you’ll let someone in.”

    The night I’m released from prison, she’s in my bed.
    It’s been eight years since I touched a woman, and the Native American beauty is half-dressed, beaten, bruised, and devastatingly exquisite.

    We’re toxic together, but we want the same things. Blood. Vengeance.
    Violent relief in a warm body.

  • My Review: The Glue by K. Webster

    “Something tells me you can’t dip your toes in with a man like Vaughn Young.  You’ll drown.  He’s deep.”

    An unraveling marriage. Love on the rocks. And they want me. To put them back together again. Problem is, once they’re fixed, where does that leave me? I sure as hell hope I stick like glue.

  • My Review: Bring Down the Stars by Emma Scott

    “For you, I would bring down the stars, wreath their fire around your neck like diamonds, and watch them pulse to the beat of your heart.”

    I’m in love with Connor…so why do I feel an inexplicable pull to his best friend, Weston? Grouchy, sullen, brooding Weston Turner, who could cut you down with a look. Fiercely intelligent with a razor sharp wit and acid tongue, he’s the exact opposite of Connor in every way, and yet there’s electricity in the air between us. The thorny barbs Weston wraps around himself can’t keep me away.

  • My Review: Camden by K. Webster

    “Hate can be just as hot as love.”

    I am intelligent, unassuming, and the son of two murdered parents.
    I’m calculating, damaged, and seek revenge.
    I’ll do whatever it takes to further my agenda, even if it means seducing my way into a bed I don’t belong.

  • My Review: It Seemed Like a Good Idea At the Time by Kylie Scott

    “Go jump that man, ride him into the ground.”

    Returning home for her father’s wedding was never going to be easy for Adele. If being sent away at eighteen hadn’t been bad enough, the mess she left behind when she made a pass at her dad’s business partner sure was.

    Fifteen years older than her, Pete had been her crush for as long as she could remember. But she’d misread the situation—confusing friendliness for undying love. Awkward.

  • My Review: Pretty Venom by Ella Fields

    I could handle his brand of venom.
    He would be mine again, even if it cost me the remains of my heart.

  • My Review: Until We Are Gone by Gia Riley

    “There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to win someone’s heart twice, especially when it was so easy the first time.”

    if the accident hadn’t happened, I wouldn’t have uncovered the truth.
    Losing my memory wasn’t tragic.
    Losing my memory was fate.

  • My Review: Church by Stylo Fantome

    “He stripped down her soul to its ugliest parts, then made it dance for him.”

    She would kill for him to love her.
    He just wants to kill.
    Maybe, if Emma Hartley prays hard enough, Church Logan can make both their wishes come true.
    Fuse, meet match.

  • My Review: Coach Long by K. Webster

    “...he’s trouble. Trouble is like my favorite chenille blanket. You just want to wrap up in it and roll around in bliss. Trouble is a drug I’m quite addicted to.”

    When the arrogant bully meets the strong-willed
    brat, it sparks an illicit attraction.
    Together, they heat up the track with
    longing and desire.
    Everything about their chemistry is wrong.

  • My Review: Buckled by Pam Godwin

    “What the hell is happening? There’s attraction. There’s sexual desire. Then there’s this. It’s curiosity and gravity and some kind of illogical magnetism that makes my heart beat with the impulse to claim and possess.”

    I protect what’s mine.
    The ranch, my family, our buried secrets.

    Nothing will stop me from reassembling the life that went terribly wrong.
    Not the law.
    Not our enemies.
    Not even Maybe Quinn.

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