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Consort of Rebels – Sadie Moss

Oh, Lana and her men in their final installment … *happy sigh* In the last book, Game of Lies, Lana has been betrayed by someone she trusted and respected, she’s taken as prisoner for a horrendous reason (not that there’s ever truly a good reason for being taken prisoner …), and to top it all […]

A Hunter Within – Anna Applegate

This was a great read. It was kind of like a mix of Twilight, My Blood Approves, The Vampire Diaries, and Maximum Ride–while still bringing something unique to the table. Plus, the characters are a little older than the ones in the aforementioned titles, so there’s a bit more maturity in personality as well as […]

The Legacy – Dylan Allen

“Hands down, one of my fav reads this year!” – Ilsa Madden-Mills, Wall Street Journalbestselling author The Legacy, an all-new steamy contemporary romance standalone from Dylan Allen is available NOW! He’s the king of all he surveys. Except her. Exiled for 15 years, Hayes Rivers has finally assumed his place as head of Houston’s oldest and […]

Happy Halloween!

This is Halloween This is Halloween Pumpkins scream in the dead of night This is Halloween Everybody make a scene Trick or treat Till the neighbors gonna die of fright … “This is Halloween” from The Nightmare Before Christmas Happy Halloween, boys and ghouls!

Stroke of Midnight – Rae Stapleton

This was such a cool, unique book. It was funny, sexy, sometimes actually pretty creepy, and just plain good. Evangeline Midnight–how cool is that name?–is shocked to discover that magic, all things supernatural, and things that go bump in the night are real. Not only are they real, but she just so happens to be […]

Heath – K. Webster and Nikki Ash

Wuthering Heights is one of my favorite novels of all-time. There’s something about this tragically beautiful story that draws you into the story, despite being incredibly depressing and frankly, anger-inducing. I’ve read it several times and it still feels magical to me. Is it the writing style? The dark romance? The somewhat taboo nature of […]

Fade – E. G. Bateman

Let me begin this review by saying that this book took everything I thought I figured out about the story and completely flipped it upside down. There were so many twists and turns in this book that I’m surprised I didn’t get whiplash! Not only was it surprising and not at all what I expected, […]

Finding Home – J.C. Valentine

When I first started reading this book, I wasn’t a big fan of Vivian. She was uppity and spoiled, and I wasn’t a big fan of her personality. Now, I love J.C.’s writing, so I read on nervously, hoping I would warm up to her heroine. Thankfully, I did. At first, Vivian’s character comes across as […]

Time of Enchantment – Julia Clarke

If you’ve been following my reviews since I started writing them–or if you’ve stalked my posts at all–then you know that one of my ultimate favorite reverse harem series is The Stardust Series by Julia Clarke and Autumn Reed. That series was one of the first RHs I read and the characters just resonated so deeply […]

Untamed – Madeline Dyer

As I stated a few posts back, I’m a big fan of dystopian/post-apocalyptic. But since this is such a popular genre, it’s not always easy to find a book that’s well-written or one that I feel like I can connect with and get into. Thankfully, not only was this book well-written, but it was also […]