Tag Archives: first-person pov

The Forgotten Commander – K. Webster & Nicole Blanchard

I’ve been eagerly anticipating this book since K. Webster first announced she was releasing a science fiction romance. Funnily enough, I had never read any sci-fi romance until I saw that K recommended Ruby Dixon. I thought, sure, K is one of my favorite authors, so why not give one of her favorites a shot? […]

Never Touched – Laney Wylde

Wow. This book was, in a word, intense. Luckily–or perhaps unluckily if you find me to be long-winded lol–I have a lot more than one word to say about it. To begin, Sawyer has been put through hell in her short life. She’s been abused, used, and betrayed by people she should have been able […]

The Reverse Play – Julia Clarke

It’s no secret that I love Julia Clarke. She’s one of those authors that I’ll read just because I know she wrote it. In fact, her last book, Time of Enchantment, was one of my favorite reads of 2018 (also one of my favorite reads of last year was the final book in her Stardust […]

Resolutions – Lucy Eden

This was such a cute book. I love the friends to lovers trope and this one was done exceptionally well. Jane has a huge crush on her best friend, Mike. They’ve been the best of friends since they met when she spilled her beer all over him–effectively knocking over his drink and spilling it, too. […]

COVER REVEAL: Dark Days: Semester Two – Liz Meldon

Title: Dark Days: Semester 2 Author: Liz Meldon Genre: Enemies-to-Lovers Paranormal Romance Release Day: February 8, 2019 A vampire desperate for a brighter future. A wolf shifter eager to forget the past. A killer closing in. Still reeling from the events of December 31st, wolf shifter Emma Kingsley stumbles into the new year knowing that […]

Breakout – A.M. Rose

This book took me by surprise. I was instantly intrigued by the blurb, but sometimes science fiction is a little difficult for me to get into, so I wasn’t sure if I would end up feeling like I had to drag myself through it or if I would enjoy it. Thankfully, it was the latter, […]

Saved by Blood – Sadie Moss

Another Sadie Moss series that will no doubt sink its claws into me and refuse to let go–not that I’m complaining! I became a huge fan of Sadie’s from the first book of hers I read (click here for that review!) and in my opinion, her books just keep getting better. Saved by Blood had […]

The Network – E. G. Bateman

If I thought Ms. Bateman couldn’t possibly surprise me more than she had in the first book of this series, I was so, so wrong. I felt like I was on Space Mountain at Disney, where everything is mostly dark and you aren’t sure which way the coaster is going to go, and you’re somehow […]

‘Ink It Over – Rachel Rawlings

This was an incredibly unique reading experience. I’m a huge sucker for just about anything paranormal, but when I saw that the heroine is a tattoo artist, I was even more interested. Also, if I’m being honest here, I was incredibly intrigued by the cover. The romance community has some awesome cover artists and this […]

Full Glasses and Burju Shoes – Blake Blessing

Wow. It’s been a while since I’ve read a contemporary romance that has checked all the boxes for me like this one has. Sexy alpha hero? Check. Hilarious but sweet heroine? Check. Steamy scenes that will singe your fingertips while you’re reading? Check. A beautiful love story that elicits all the feels? Check, check, and […]