Review: Confessions of a Former Puck Bunny by Cindi Madsen

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Cindi Madsen takes us on a wild, thrilling ride in CONFESSIONS OF A FORMER PUCK BUNNY, which is unexpectedly fun to read.

Lindsay is a great narrator; I love her voice and her strength, especially the way she turned her life around and made the goal of pursuing her dream. More than her though, I love Ryder, especially the way that Lindsay’s past didn’t matter to him, and that he only wants “her future”. If only more men were like him! Both characters are lovable and relatable, and I kept rooting for them all the way! Continue reading

Review: Sleeping with Her Enemy by Jenny Holiday

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Sometimes I get the urge to read something light and fun, and SLEEPING WITH HER ENEMY certainly fits the bill. What I didn’t bargain for was how much I would enjoy this book, or that I would add another name to my must-read list of authors!

Amy Morrison has just been jilted on her wedding day, and who should she run into but Dax Harris, her office enemy. Surprisingly, while he and Amy have always sniped at each other, Dax couldn’t leave her alone when she was so obviously heartbroken and torn apart. So, he bought her a drink (or several) and then whisked her away to safety to his island home. Amy decided then to enjoy life as a single woman, something she’s missed out on during her seven long years with her ex, and who better to have casual hookups with than Dax, the king of hookups himself? Continue reading

Review: Only For A Night by Naima Simone

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Unbelievable hotness packaged in one dynamite of a story!

The first in The Lick Series, ONLY FOR A NIGHT is full of dirty, carnal sex scenes, but don’t let that scare you away. At its heart is a romantic story of a love that triumphed over time, abuse, insecurities and maybe even death. Let Rion (man, I love that name!) and Harper sweep you away into their erotic second chance at love. I can’t wait for the next book in the series! Continue reading

Review: Dear Jane by Marissa Clarke

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DEAR JANE is a funny, laugh-out-loud yet sexy romantic read!

For some reason, Jane Dixon couldn’t get a second date. All her first dates end in disaster. So, she was happy when colleague Eric Blackwell says that any guy would be ecstatic to get a date with her and promised to set her up with his friends. Too bad Eric himself didn’t seem to be interested.

Eric is more than interested, but there’s a non-fraternization clause at the office, plus, Jane seem to see him only as a friend…

I love the story’s slow build-up, how Eric and Jane became friends even as Eric sets her up on dates, and the “debriefing” after each date, which was hilarious. And then, I love how hot they are together, how their chemistry just sizzled. All is not smooth sailing, but I love what Eric did to win her back. Marissa Clarke is a new-to-me author, and I’m definitely watching out for her next books!

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Review: Atrophy by Jess Anastasi

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I’ve not read a lot of space opera (if that is what it’s called) or romantic science fiction/futuristic books, but ATROPHY is captivating, page-turning and has layers deep of story than what readers can glimpse from the blurb.

Tannin Everette was sent to Erebus (a prison planet) for a crime he didn’t commit. For twelve years, he was on good behavior and diligently volunteered in the admin complex for the opportunity to escape. Not that it was easy, because no one ever escaped Erebus successfully. His chance came when war hero Rian Sherron’s ship docked in Erebus for repairs and, due to a good turn he did her, Zahli (Rian’s sister) helped him stow away on their ship.

However, he wasn’t truly free because he would always be a hunted man. What kind of future could he give to Zahli? Continue reading

Review: Merry Christmas Mrs. Robinson by Delilah Marvelle

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MERRY CHRISTMAS, MRS. ROBINSON is a sweet historical romance of second chances.

Jane thought she’d found her Mister X, the man who wrote her the passionate letters, in Philip and married him. She was distraught when she realized he’d been lying to her all along, and when tragedy struck, she withdrew from the world. Until one day, eight years later, Martin appeared in her life, Martin her childhood friend, Martin who left her without saying even a word of goodbye. And he shattered her world once again when he revealed that he was Mister X. Even as her head reeled, she had a hard time reconciling this big, mature man with the lanky, shy, quiet boy she’d once knew… Continue reading

Review: The Royal Conquest by Stacy Reid

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THE ROYAL CONQUEST is raw, gritty and powerful, and yet, quite unexpectedly, it is also charming and endearing.

After suffering a betrayal from a lord of the haute monde, Payton Peppiwell distrusts the lot of them. She longs for an ordinary life with an ordinary man, and she thought she’d found this in Mikhail Konstantinovich, who presented himself as a duke’s man of affairs and horse breeder. And even though she knew her family would not approve of him, she couldn’t help but be drawn to him. Unbeknownst to her, Mikhail is no ordinary man or lord, but a prince… Continue reading