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Seduced by Blood – Sadie Moss

**Please note that there may be spoilers in this review if you haven’t read the first book**   Gah, have I mentioned how much I love Sadie Moss and her books? This book starts out shortly after the first ends and we get to learn more about where Mal came from. It’s a completely different […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 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 […]

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 […]

Burning Embers – Fiona Jeeves

Have you ever read a book that you start and you immediately think, “hmm, I don’t think I’m going to like this one, but I’m going to stick with it for a bit longer before calling it quits,” then you read a little more and–surprise!–you actually really enjoy it? This was one of those books […]

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 […]

Touched by Death – Ruby Ryan

This was such a good book. I had never read anything by Ruby Ryan prior to this, so I didn’t know what to expect from her writing style, but I knew from the blurb that I had to read this story. I’m a huge fan of mythology–especially Irish and Egyptian–so that was a huge plus […]

Starstruck – S.E. Anderson

This was a unique perspective on the whole “aliens walk among us” trope. I’ve gotta say, it’s definitely one of my favorites for how it’s presented. The aliens aren’t what I expected, especially the hero of the story. The author takes what you have come to expect from this genre and turns it into a […]