Posts Categorized: Romance

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: The Werewolf’s Christmas Wish (Nocturne Falls #4.6) by Kristen Painter

Review: The Werewolf’s Christmas Wish (Nocturne Falls #4.6) by Kristen Painter

So. I’m a little OCD (CDO). And I read a sample of book #6 in this series…and somehow that lead me here. The Werewolf’s Christmas Wish is a cute little short, in its own way. I was a little bored and I felt the conversations between the two MCs was…a… 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: Engaging the Bachelor (Pulse #1) by Cathryn Fox

Review: Engaging the Bachelor (Pulse #1) by Cathryn Fox

I found Engaging the Bachelor to be a sweet, quick read. This is my first time reading Cathryn Fox – a friend is in town and she basically shoved her eReader in to my stomach when I told her this. Read this! she demanded, lol. It was a super quick… 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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Anthology Review: Healing Submission by Saskia Walker, Selena Kitt, and Arden Aoide

Anthology Review: Healing Submission by Saskia Walker, Selena Kitt, and Arden Aoide

Note: This book is no longer for sale. Mastering Meg by Saskia Walker – 3 stars When Piers finds Meg’s secret stash of BDSM material he sees the way to unbuckle her and win her heart. Meg is wildly aroused, but getting her to admit that is going to be… Read more »

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Review: Best Man for the Bridesmaid (The DeFiore Brothers #2) by Jennifer Faye

Review: Best Man for the Bridesmaid (The DeFiore Brothers #2) by Jennifer Faye

Meh. Best Man for the Bridesmaid is a perfectly fine book. I was just bored or rolling my eyes or bored while rolling my eyes. Best Man for the Bridesmaid isn’t a silly book, per se. It’s just…has silly (but not funny) moments that sorta made me want to cringe…. 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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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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