• 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: What He Always Knew by Kandi Steiner

    “Like the writer who cannot live without the reader, and the rose that cannot exist without the rain, I am bound to you, to your love, and I cannot go on without it.”

    …I love them both.

    My heart is destined to exist in two equal halves — one with each man. But one half beats stronger, the vein running deepest, and holds my choice in silence long before I know it for myself.

  • My Review: The Wrong Side of Heaven by Gia Riley

    “I need everything about him. Each one of his qualities I want to keep in my pocket and pull out when I’m lonely and by myself. If I add them all up and tuck them close to my heart, maybe they’ll transfer over and give me the strength...”

    Some touched.
    Some watched.
    Some just talked to me.
    They all had their vices.

  • My Review: Long Shot by Kennedy Ryan

    “Ours is a love that reimagines—that peels back the sky at high noon searching for the stars, collecting them like shells in a bucket. We bathe in stardust, drink from the Milky Way, and dance on the moon. We pierce the firmament, peer into infinity, and tread on time and space. There is no before. There is no after. Now gives birth to forever.”

    Now there’s a new player in the game, August West.
    One of the NBA’s brightest stars.
    Fine. Forbidden.
    He wants me. I want him.
    But my past, my fraudulent prince, just won’t let me go.

  • My Review: What He Doesn’t Know by Kandi Steiner

    “A touch. A sigh. A man. A woman. Fingertips and lips. Moans and breaths. Old longings brought to life with new fervor, new discoveries uncovered with old, shaking hands. Freedom. Passion.”

    They say there are two sides to every story, and I suppose in most cases, that’s true. But the one I live inside of? It has three.

    On the northeast side of town, there is a house.
    But there is no longer a home.

  • My Review: Just an Illusion – Unplugged by D. Kelly

    ​“One day you’re going to meet someone who makes you question everything you thought about yourself. I can’t wait to see it happen and watch you learn to let someone into your world.”

    Sawyer Weston is cocky and arrogant. With his sinful smile and sexy dimples, he’s gotten his way most of his life. Infamous for his one-night stands and moves between the sheets, the lead singer for Bastards and Dangerous has never considered relationships—until he meets her.

  • 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: 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: Two is Lie by Pam Godwin

    ​“Loving you is easy. Everything else… Well, if it gets too hard...I’ll just love you harder.”

    Two lies.
    Two men who don’t share.

    I never stopped loving Cole. Not when he left me. Not when he disappeared for three years. Not when he crashed back into my life in a violent explosion of testosterone and fury.
    His sudden reappearance questions everything I thought I knew, including how I came to love another man.

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