Review: A Growl, a Roar, and a Purr (Lions & Tigers & Bears #1) by K. C. Wells

This book is a significant departure from other titles I’ve read by this author, but since my heart belongs to the urban fantasy genre, I knew I had to check it out. In this paranormal romance, Wells explores the shifter and fated mates tropes in this fun action-adventure romp that includes an epic heist andContinue reading “Review: A Growl, a Roar, and a Purr (Lions & Tigers & Bears #1) by K. C. Wells”

Review: Inferno Series by J. R. Gray

Clouded Hell (Book 1) This book is not a dark romance, though it gets pretty dark at times. Not because of the kinks between the main characters, but simply because of the worlds of organized crime and underground fighting they’re involved with. It’s immediately clear, however, that Remi and Dante are anti-heroes rather than villains,Continue reading “Review: Inferno Series by J. R. Gray”

Review: The Wimberley Chronicles by Kelly Fox

Wimberley has always been a source of curiosity for me after reading Fox’s Wrecked and Wrecked: Guardians series. It’s a private black ops program, it employs Hedy and the Bash Brothers, and other than that…your guess was as good as mine. It turns out, Fox initially wrote a book featuring the full story, then usedContinue reading “Review: The Wimberley Chronicles by Kelly Fox”

Review: Wrecked: Guardians Series (Part 2) by Kelly Fox

Read my reviews of the first two books in the Wrecked: Guardians series, Hard Target and Full Contact Most Wanted (Book 3) I adore this series and author, so I gleefully re-read the first two books right before starting this one on its release day. It more than lived up to its predecessors while furtherContinue reading “Review: Wrecked: Guardians Series (Part 2) by Kelly Fox”

Review: A Real Good Lie by Kate Hawthorne

I’m a sucker for the fake relationship trope, so I was excited that one of my favorite romance writers came out with a new book featuring just that thing. Though this novel is less kinky than some of Hawthorne’s other works, it still features the excellent writing, characterization, and storytelling I’ve come to expect fromContinue reading “Review: A Real Good Lie by Kate Hawthorne”

Review: Bold Brew Series (multiple authors)

This post contains reviews of the currently available books in the Bold Brew series: Cup of Joe (#1) by Annabeth Albert Puppuccino (#2) by Allison Temple Perfect Matcha (#3) by Erin McLellan Vanilla Steamer (#4) by Crystal Lacy Order Up (#5) by Wendy Qualls Silky Smooth (#6) by A. M. Arthur Fair Trade (#7) byContinue reading “Review: Bold Brew Series (multiple authors)”

Review: A Time to Rise by Tal Bauer

I’m not sure what I expected of this book, but it was about a million times better than I anticipated. The characters, story, and situation were more exciting than I could have imagined, and it all packed an amazing emotional punch at the end. It’s one of those harder to categorize books: not quite aContinue reading “Review: A Time to Rise by Tal Bauer”

Review: No Surrender (No Regrets #1) by Nora Phoenix

This book is the first spinoff to the No Shame series by the same author. I’m pretty sure it can be read as a stand-alone, but I both highly recommend it and think that readers who enjoy this book will likely also enjoy going back to read those books as well. Go ahead. I’ll wait.Continue reading “Review: No Surrender (No Regrets #1) by Nora Phoenix”

Review: Us Series by A. M. Arthur

This post reviews each of the available books in the Us series: Here For Us (#1) Sound of Us (#2) Uniquely Us (#3) Heart of Us (#4) Here For Us (Book 1) This novel is a slow-burn romance between three very different men, and I don’t just refer to their disparate ages. It also includesContinue reading “Review: Us Series by A. M. Arthur”

Review: Lust & Longing by E.M. Denning

It takes strong characterization to create two characters in a single scene and have me believe they’re meant to be together forever—and then split them up for 20 years. It takes even stronger characterization for me to stick with the point-of-view character over those 20 years when he’s kind of a jerk for many ofContinue reading “Review: Lust & Longing by E.M. Denning”