I love this short story and I’ve read it numerous times. 😀 It’s a little cheesy, lots of fun and there are laugh out loud moments. I adored both characters and I thought the plot was adorable, as well. The book is totally a one, two punch of “insta-lust” and… Read more »
I’ve read two books by Joey W. Hill in the past. Those two books were so well written and so full of emotion that I was a sobbing, snotty, red-faced mess by the time I reached the end. I’m talking the ugly cry. So it made me a… Read more »
Pack by Jeaniene Frost: I both liked and didn’t like this one. My major problem? I don’t like deception in books. It…just makes me uncomfortable most of the time. Unless the person being deceived is the bad guy.
The Blushing Bounder by Meljean Brook 4 Stars The story started off a little slow and strange for me…I can admit that I started skimming in annoyance. But suddenly I looked up and I was enjoying myself…and I wanted to go back and start the story all over again. I’ve… Read more »
This was a rather fun book with some hot sex. I liked both characters for different reasons. I’m a pretty big fan of kick-ass heroines – a description that fits Lexie perfectly – and I loved Anthony.
I love the Leashed series. I think this is the only (romance) series that has the same main characters that I follow. That being said, there are some major issues I had with this recent installation. SPOILERS AHEAD Pros -Michael. Damn. I want one, lol. Michael is his normal ridiculously… Read more »
Oh wow. I loved this book. I had complicated emotions in the beginning – Declan moved in on Rose with the intensity of a Kristen Ashley hero at first. It really bothered me…I have KA overload thus Declan’s actions concerned me. But I loved the world-building and the writing (of… Read more »
Again, this is a very short story. I have to honestly admit that I purchased and downloaded this entire series without paying attention to the page length. More fool me. That’s $5 for less than 150 pages. I feel like Booby-the-damn-fool. Back to this story. It was cute but like… Read more »
Pia is a young half-wyr (were) who had been trained by her deceased mother to always stay aloof from others and to run and hide. Due to a combination of loneliness and slacking off on her mother’s teachings, Pia made the mistake of telling an ex-boyfriend of some of her… Read more »