Posts Categorized: self published

Review: Intermezzo by Delphine Dryden

Review: Intermezzo by Delphine Dryden

It’s good to read some enjoyable Delphine Dryden again! I’ve read a decent handful of Delphine Dryden over the years but was stymied by the first book in the Steam and Seduction series. For some reason being unable to get through that book gave me a bit of a mental… Read more »

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Review: Here Be Sexist Vampires (Deep In Your Veins #1) by Suzanne Wright

Review: Here Be Sexist Vampires (Deep In Your Veins #1) by Suzanne Wright

So. It seems that I’m on a bit of a Suzanne Wright kick right now. I think I’ve read about four of her books with one other pre-ordered (Blaze). I decided to read Here Be Sexist Vampires because I’d read a couple of the books in the Phoenix Pack and… Read more »

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Review: Untouched by Alexa Riley

Review: Untouched by Alexa Riley

Untouched should be re-titled “Un-Plotted.” I can’t blame anyone but myself at this point. No one told me to keep borrowing AR’s romances. I admit that I have read damn near everything she has written and I keep reading the new ones, so…I share the blame in this for sure…. Read more »

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Review: Snow Job by Delphine Dryden

Review: Snow Job by Delphine Dryden

NOTE: I’ve had a copy of Snow Job for a long time. It was originally published by a publisher I am currently boycotting but the rights have reverted to Ms Dryden. If you decide to purchase a copy of this work, please make sure you purchase the edition that has… Read more »

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Review: Lumberjack (A Real Man #1) by Jenika Snow

Review: Lumberjack (A Real Man #1) by Jenika Snow

Soooo, this happened (You know, I feel like I’m saying this a lot lately). I learned about Lumberjack randomly on GR and someone mentioned it was quick (though eye-rolling) and on KU. SO I took the plunge! It is quick though eye-rolling. In fact, the quick relationship and the brevity… Read more »

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Review: Curvy by Alexa Riley

Review: Curvy by Alexa Riley

SO. This one gets 2.5 stars for the cover and the heroine’s physical description alone. The cover is HOT HOT HOT and I love the fact that the Misses Riley have made the majority of their heroines with the curves of typical women and that they are worshiped. BUT. I… Read more »

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Review: Entreat Me by Grace Draven

Review: Entreat Me by Grace Draven

I first met Grace Draven via an anthology, Darkly Dreaming, that began with Ms Draven’s Master of Crows (which I adored). I then went on to purchase every.single.book by Grace Draven that I could get my grubby little paws on…even though I didn’t get around to reading them. I currently… Read more »

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Review: Guarding His Obsession by Alexa Riley

Review: Guarding His Obsession by Alexa Riley

OMG. I HATED the heroine in this book. Hated. I hated every.single.thing. about the heroine, for the most part. Every time she had dialogue I wanted to rip off her lips and sew her mouth-hole shut. Permanently. The aggravation I felt knew no bounds. In fact, I was completely unable… Read more »

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Review: Dragon Time by Ruth Nestvold

Review: Dragon Time by Ruth Nestvold

Note: Dragon Time is only available as a standalone from Smashwords. Amazon (and other e-bookstores) sells an anthology of Ms Nestvold’s short stories that includes Dragon Time. I received this free copy of Dragon Time via Smashwords in March 2011, qualifying it for my 2016 The Mt. TBR Struggle is… Read more »

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