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Santa Baby – J.C. Valentine

This was a short and to-the-point story that somehow managed to have a lot of depth and heat, despite the small length. I’m normally one for long books, but I have to say that Ms. Valentine packed a whole lot in a small amount and I didn’t feel like I was missing out on anything. […]

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 […]

Lines – Anna B. Doe

This was my first read by Anna B. Doe, so I didn’t fully know what to expect from her writing style. I enjoyed the story. I did feel like the characters were a bit superficial and I felt that the lack of contractions in dialogue was a little strange; I’d think teenagers would be more […]

The Infernal Sacrament – Nissa Leder & R.J. Harris

To be completely honest with you, I wasn’t sure I was going to like this book when I started it. There are several POVs and I was a little nervous it was going to be like the book I’d read that had so many POVs, I could barely follow along with the story … However, […]

The Devil – Ashley Jade

Okay. Buckle up, friends, cause this is going to be a little different from the reviews I normally write–mostly because I honestly can’t say a damn thing about this book’s storyline without giving away spoilers. Ashley has been telling her readers that it’s best if you go in blind, and I’m here to tell you […]

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 […]

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 […]