• My Review: Midlife Crisis by L. B. Dunbar

    “...he can’t have you. You were made for me. You’re my cupcake, and only I get to sample you.”

    I’m forty-one today.
    It’s my birthday,
    And I’m crying over burnt toast.
    That’s not some euphemism.
    Literally, I’m sobbing over stupid bread,
    so I call a crisis center.
    I just need someone to talk to about life.
    Only I recognize the smoky voice of the man on the line.
    In the name of all things, don’t let it be…

  • My Review: Evol by Cynthia A. Rodriguez

    “I don’t want a hurt to match my own. I want a love to soothe it.”

    Denise and Gavin are over.

    381 days into their love affair, Gavin shut the door and Denise is all alone.

    At day 380, Denise is trying to figure out how to salvage what’s left of their relationship and by day 200, they are even happier than the day they met; day 1 when Denise knows beginnings are merely endings in disguise.

    But what doesn’t kill us will break our hearts.

  • My Review: Rebel Heart by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

    “...you’re supposed to be looking at me. And I’m supposed to be looking at you the way I do. Because you’re my person, Rush. And I’m yours.”

    How to screw up a great summer in the Hamptons:
    Sleep with your boss. Check.
    Blow all your money on a rental you can’t afford. Check.
    How to walk away from a man you fall in love with at the end of a summer:
    …I’ll let you know when I figure it out.

  • My Review: Bittersweet Surrender by Q. B. Tyler

    “We’re not just playing with fire, we’re right in the middle of an inferno.”

    “I was in a relationship with two men and neither were giving me up.”

    …They say love is patient and kind of course, but what happens when that love comes at the cost of everything?

    Love was a force that took no prisoners when it decided to strike and Charlotte had been hit—hard.

    By a man that wasn’t her husband.

  • My Review: Crazy Hot Love by K. L. Grayson

    “Life is one big gamble, Claire. You can either play with the cards you’re dealt or you can sit out and watch, and I’d rather play. I will always choose to play. I want to do more than play, I want to win. I want the jackpot, and that’s you.”

    What’s he supposed to do when she looks up at him with those big, green doe eyes and licks her lips? The only thing he can do: kiss the hell out of her, then convince her it can’t happen again.

  • My Review: Sundays are for Hangovers by K. Webster and J. D. Hollyfield

    “My c*** thinks she’s hot as sin and he wants to play in her garden, even if she’s a little poisonous.”

    …She drives him crazy with her loud nineties rap music.
    He gets under her skin the way he obsesses over his stupid perfect lawn.

    She fantasizes about having sex with the hot nerd—but with duct tape over his dumb mouth.
    He has dirty dreams of the bombshell beauty where he bangs the crazy right out of her—nightmares of course.
    Anger isn’t the only thing heating up between these two.

  • My Review: Simmer by Stephanie Rose

    “Nothing we do could be wrong if we’re together. Numbers don’t matter, not in time or age. What we have is timeless.”

    My life was always at a simmer… only stewing, never going anywhere. I was left to fend for myself when it came to affection or love, so I learned to go without.

  • My Review: Pieces of Eight by Whitney Barbetti

    “One day, when my body is six feet under and covered in dirt and grass, when my skin has turned to ash, and all I am is dust in a wood and metal box, I will still be someone you loved once. And that will be enough. It will have to be.”

    Six was always there, even when I didn’t want him.
    But he couldn’t hold me together, and I couldn’t be his penance.
    Loss is a phantom limb. No one can see it, but the ache torments you in the night, distracts you during the day, and leaves you fragmented. I’m half a heart, half a soul, and nothing could cure the pieces he’d left behind.

  • My Review: Arrogant Devil by R. S. Grey

    “Standing there, watching him strip, my gaze pinballed from one detail to the next: his broad shoulders, his toned forearms, his Adonis V. HE HAD THE V, HALLELUJAH—except, from what I saw with my own eyes, his should really be called the Adonis Y for reasons I’ll leave up to your imagination.”

    Everyone in Cedar Creek, Texas, knows Jack McNight is an arrogant devil. Physically, I get it: he’s tan and fit, with coal-black hair that’s clearly been scorched by hellfire. Oh, and his personality? It burns just as hot.

  • My Review: Bane by L. J. Shen

    “You can’t be afraid of love, my dear. It’s like being afraid of death. It is inevitable.”

    …Thing is, I’m on a boycott. Literally—I cut boys from my life. Permanently.
    Problem is, Bane is not a boy, he is all man, and I’m falling, crashing, drowning in his sweet, perfect lies.

  • My Review: Knotted by Pam Godwin

    “He’s fire and ruthlessness, and I’m desperate to be burned and consumed.”

    I try to forget her.
    It’s impossible.

    Growing up together, Conor and I shared all our firsts.
    First love, first kiss, first…
    Not all our firsts.

  • My Review: Bittersweet Always by Ella Fields

    “You know my soul, and I know yours. There’s no coming back from that. There’s no removing you from me. I’ve tried, and it’s futile.”

    …I knew I couldn’t fix him.
    I could only love him.
    But I should’ve known better than to think that was enough.

  • My Review: The Prophet by Celia Aaron

    “My vengeance is like a storm that forms slowly, the hot earth sending energy into the air as I boil and bubble and grow into a black anvil that will rain hell down on my enemies. My time is coming.”

    I can’t save myself from the Cloister, and maybe I never could. The Prophet grows more dangerous by the day. His delusions are steeped in blood, and if I’m not careful, that blood will be my own.

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