Posts Categorized: self published

Review: Baby Steps (Yeah, Baby #2) by Fiona Davenport

Review: Baby Steps (Yeah, Baby #2) by Fiona Davenport

This one I did not enjoy. Baby Steps stars a couple who meet and have sex BEFORE learning they are step-siblings. The only catch is that their parents died before they were introduced but after the [parents] married. The hero thinks the heroine is a gold digger and says and… Read more »

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Review: When I Make You Mine (The Richmond Series #1) by Rae Daniel

Review: When I Make You Mine (The Richmond Series #1) by Rae Daniel

Hmm. When I Make You Mine was cute and had some funny moments. Hilarious, it was not. I liked Dr. Jim quite a bit, for the most part. For the most part, this one was…ok. I enjoyed it. I thought that Jim was a total douchebag asshole in the ending… Read more »

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Review: Baby, You’re Mine (Yeah, Baby #1) by Fiona Davenport

Review: Baby, You’re Mine (Yeah, Baby #1) by Fiona Davenport

Kindle Unlimited and being sick does this to a girl, lol. So it’s starting to seem that baby romances are a thing. This I did not know. I’m used to the old trope of “first comes love, then comes marriage…” but this is full on baby desire. The guy is… Read more »

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Review: Bending Bethany by Aria Cole

Review: Bending Bethany by Aria Cole

Bending Bethany was really, really “meh”. It was quick so I finished it but damn it was boring. I honestly can say that I barely remembered much about either of the characters – even while I was reading it. It’s another “big sports star meets regular girl” romance but unlike… Read more »

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Review: One Fell Sweep (Innkeeper Chronicles #3) by Ilona Andrews  *spoilers*

Review: One Fell Sweep (Innkeeper Chronicles #3) by Ilona Andrews *spoilers*

*NOTE: This is a review of the free online serial. It will be pulled soon and is currently available for pre-order.* I loved dang near everything about this. EVERYTHING. So… SQUEEEEE! lol In book three of the Innkeeper Chronicles, the story begins when Dina gets a message to come help… Read more »

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Review: Ordered By The Mountain Man (Modern Mail-Order Bride Romance #2) by Frankie Love

Review: Ordered By The Mountain Man (Modern Mail-Order Bride Romance #2) by Frankie Love

Ugh. IDK what it was about this one but…not a fan. I didn’t care for the heroine’s attitude (about marriage and about life) and I hated the way these people spoke to each other. I mean, every other word they (all) uttered made me feel like cringing. Sometimes when I… Read more »

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Review: Raging Heart On (Lucas Brothers #2) by Jordan Marie

Review: Raging Heart On (Lucas Brothers #2) by Jordan Marie

Raging Heart On was ok. It was entertaining and that was what I needed at that moment. Sadly, when compared with book one in the Lucas Brothers series, The Perfect Stroke, Raging Heart On just doesn’t live up. Raging Heart On is a “friends to lovers” tale which brings the… Read more »

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Review: Dance With Me, Baby (Yeah, Baby #4)  by Fiona Davenport

Review: Dance With Me, Baby (Yeah, Baby #4) by Fiona Davenport

Yet Another *I’m sick at home* Read Hmmm. When I first grabbed a copy of Dance With Me, Baby, I had no idea it was the final book in a series. O_O LOL. I liked Dance With Me, Baby – so quick of a read – because it was short… Read more »

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Review: Virgin (A Real Man #2) by Jenika Snow

Review: Virgin (A Real Man #2) by Jenika Snow

Virgin was…cute! A lot cuter than I was expecting, to be honest. I kinda love the whole idea of this big, oversexed and aggressive man staying virgin because he’d already found the love of his life. Adorable. I also loved the fact that the heroine’s parents didn’t bow to her… Read more »

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Review: Love with a Chance of Zombies by Delphine Dryden

Review: Love with a Chance of Zombies by Delphine Dryden

I’ve never been a big zombie fan. I don’t read horror nor watch horror TV shows or movies. I don’t watch “thrillers” or “dramas” that include zombies so no The Walking Dead for me. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever finished any zombie book. With that being said, I… Read more »

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