Posts Categorized: self published

Review: Sugar Daddies by Jade West

Review: Sugar Daddies by Jade West

DNF @ 36% So. This one falls 100% under “not my cup of tea.” I can’t say it’s particularly badly written: it’s not. It’s just not my thing. Sugar Daddies is about dudes who like to put two penises in the same hole at the same time. OUCH!! I’ve heard… Read more »

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Review: Shift Just Got Real (Bear Bites #3) by Ruby Dixon

Review: Shift Just Got Real (Bear Bites #3) by Ruby Dixon

I read Shift Just Got Real as part of an omnibus (Shift) that I currently have borrowed via Kindle Unlimited. The omnibus I have shows Shift Just Got Real as book two but Goodreads shows it as book three but the author’s site doesn’t say either or. I don’t know…. Read more »

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Review: Under Locke by Mariana Zapata

Review: Under Locke by Mariana Zapata

Mariana Zapata is the Queen of High Tension/Slow Burn and she broke me with this one. Though I have to say that the blurb for Under Locke was not well done. It does not really explain that Under Locke is a safe MC book and that Dex is a member… Read more »

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Review: Claimed By The Demon Knight (Demon Knight Trilogy #1) by Cryptic Fawn

Review: Claimed By The Demon Knight (Demon Knight Trilogy #1) by Cryptic Fawn

NOTE: This book/series is no longer available anywhere. Well, well, well. Look who is cleaning out the Kindle Freebies that are (always) piling up! Claimed By The Demon Knight was obtained October 10, 2014 which means it’s been on Mt. TBR for 1 year, 9 months. This one was…interesting. The… Read more »

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Review: Their Kidnapped Bride (Bridgewater Menage #1) by Vanessa Vale

Review: Their Kidnapped Bride (Bridgewater Menage #1) by Vanessa Vale

I like a good ménage romance just as much as the next dirty girl…but Their Kidnapped Bride just didn’t do it for me. I had an issue with the most of the story, to be honest. The whole reason her step-brother sold her was…pretty much BS and made no sense… Read more »

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Review: Sold to the Hitman by Alexis Abbott

Review: Sold to the Hitman by Alexis Abbott

DNF at 23% blah blah blah. Sold to the Hitman was…so incredibly boring that I couldn’t force myself to read past 23%. I thought the heroine was…bland, boring and forgettable. I was a little more interested in the hero but he was boring, too. Sometimes Kindle Unlimited leads to this… Read more »

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Review: Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley

Review: Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley

Woot! This is one of the more detailed (read: better) AR books I’ve read in some time!!! Yaaaay for plots!! Holding His Forever is a pretty standard AR book: Tall, buff, wealthy-ish, large dude meets small, helpless, petite, delicate blonde chick. They fall in love at first sight, she’s a… Read more »

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Review: Finding Snow  (Fairytale Shifter #4) by Alexa Riley

Review: Finding Snow (Fairytale Shifter #4) by Alexa Riley

Finding Snow is, in my opinion, one of the better Fairytale Shifter books thus far. As with all AR books, no need to explain the plot – the entirety of it is in the blurb, lol. Also no need to describe the MCs because they are basically the same people… Read more »

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Review: Force Majeure (Apprivoisé #3) by Arden Aoide

Review: Force Majeure (Apprivoisé #3) by Arden Aoide

force majeure (noun force ma·jeure \ˌfȯrs-mä-ˈzhər, -mə-\) 1: superior or irresistible force 2: an event or effect that cannot be reasonably anticipated or controlled I am quite at a loss for words with this one. But I really, really liked it! I reminds me a lot of The Theory of… Read more »

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