Posts Tagged: book review

Review: Two’s A Couple, Three’s The Law by Eve Langlais

Review: Two’s A Couple, Three’s The Law by Eve Langlais

I consider myself an Eve Lanlais fan – I’ve read and enjoyed many of her books. I also consider myself a fan of menage romances – what can I say? I like reading about a little DP… When I heard about Two’s A Couple, Three’s The Law being released (December… Read more »

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12 Shades of Surrender Anthology Review: Seven Day Loan (The Original Sinners 0.5) by Tiffany Reisz  *spoilers*

12 Shades of Surrender Anthology Review: Seven Day Loan (The Original Sinners 0.5) by Tiffany Reisz *spoilers*

Note: I should call this “The Exorcism of Ellie” rather than a book review. Eleanor’s story really made me sad and the character has lingered in my mind. This is my attempt to excise her presence. Read at your own risk. Gah! I don’t know what to say about this… Read more »

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Review: Librarian By Day by Paige Tyler

Review: Librarian By Day by Paige Tyler

I was so disappointed by this one. Sometimes I let blurbs and my own excitement get the better of me. I really liked the blurb of Librarian By Day and I thought – I’m not exactly sure – but I *think* I thought I was going to get a submission… Read more »

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Review: Keeping Her (Keeping Her #1) by Kelly Lucille

Review: Keeping Her (Keeping Her #1) by Kelly Lucille

**WARNING** This review will be long, ranty and filled with possibly eye-bleeding quotes. Read at your own risk. NOTE: A lot of other people really enjoyed this book. Please take that into consideration while reading my – admittedly ranting – review. Keeping Her is author Kelly Lucille’s debut novel and… Read more »

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Review: What Lies Beneath the Clock Tower by Margaret Killjoy

Review: What Lies Beneath the Clock Tower by Margaret Killjoy

When I was a kid, “Choose Your Own Adventure” books were one of my favorite kinds of books. They both thrilled me and made me nervous at the same time: the uncertainty that comes with open ended stories always cause me some concern, lol. So I was rather excited when… Read more »

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Review: Vengeful in Love (Billionaires in Love #1) by Nadia Lee

Review: Vengeful in Love (Billionaires in Love #1) by Nadia Lee

Gaaah! Vengeful in Love hit my major pet peeve in Romance: it has a deception based plotline. I HATE deception plotlines and Vengeful in Love has it in spades. *rolls eyes* The deception in this book starts at the very beginning when the hero decides to hide his association with… Read more »

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Review: Perfect Partners (Love Unexpected) by Carly Phillips

Review: Perfect Partners (Love Unexpected) by Carly Phillips

  Perfect Partners was…a rather “meh” category romance. I have no strong feelings about the book, the characters or the plot. The plot was is rather formulaic: Plot moppet’s parents (the hero’s brother and the heroine’ sister) are killed in an accident, orphaning the plot moppet. The heroine and hero… Read more »

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Review: How to Catch a Wild Viscount by Tessa Dare

Review: How to Catch a Wild Viscount by Tessa Dare

I’ve heard of Tessa Dare previously but How to Catch a Wild Viscount is the first book I’ve read by Ms Dare. Strangely enough, reading Lauren Dane’s The Best Kind of Trouble spurred me to read this short. The heroine, Natalie, in The Best Kind of Trouble is a librarian… Read more »

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Review: The Heat is On (Out of Uniform #6) by Elle Kennedy

Review: The Heat is On (Out of Uniform #6) by Elle Kennedy

Meh. There was a lot to like about The Heat is On…but there was also a lot I didn’t like. And frankly, I’m going to chalk part of it up as a learning experience. The Heat is On is one of those rare romance books where gender roles are slightly… Read more »

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