Book Review: What Remains by Garrett Leigh

At this point, I know what I’m getting into with a Leigh novel, such as developed characters and devastating emotional impact. This book is no exception, and it was the best and worst sort of vacation read. Leigh doesn’t just drop us into an established relationship and guide us through the outcomes of amnesia resultingContinue reading “Book Review: What Remains by Garrett Leigh”

Book Review: Impact by Nikki Markham

Markham is a “new” author, but I am already familiar with their work in a different area of the romance genre under another pen name. I may have been predisposed toward the writing, even if this is the first F/F novel I’ve read, but it more than lived up to my expectations – in fact,Continue reading “Book Review: Impact by Nikki Markham”

Book Review: Metahuman Files Series by Hailey Turner

This post includes reviews of the available books in the Metahuman Files series: In the Wreckage (#1) In the Ruins (#2) In the Shadows (#3) In the Blood (#4) Out of the Ashes (#4.5) In the Requiem (#5) New Horizons (#5.5) Fire in the Heart (#5.6) In the Solace (#6) In the Wreckage (Metahuman FilesContinue reading “Book Review: Metahuman Files Series by Hailey Turner”

Book Review: Master of Hounds (Eburosi Chronicles #12-#14) by R.A. Steffan

The post contains reviews of the books in the Master of Hounds trilogy: Master of Hounds: Book 1 (#12) Master of Hounds: Book 2 (#13) Master of Hounds: Book 3 (#14) Read my reviews of the previous books in the Eburosi Chronicles series: The Horse Mistress: Book 1 (#1) The Horse Mistress: Book 2 (#2) The HorseContinue reading “Book Review: Master of Hounds (Eburosi Chronicles #12-#14) by R.A. Steffan”

Book Review: Ornamental (Irons & Works #8) by E.M. Lindsey

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Irons & Works series: Books 1 through 6 + 2 bonus novellas Scratcher (#7) We return to the Irons & Works tattoo shop for another visit to this excellent universe. You’d think we’d be running out of characters, but Lindsey effortlessly weaves together the “next generation”Continue reading “Book Review: Ornamental (Irons & Works #8) by E.M. Lindsey”

Book Review: Not Allowed (Not Ready for Love #1) by Kate Hawthorne

Hawthorne is one of those authors who can take typical genre tropes and always put her unique spin on them. In this case, she upends the dad’s best friend/age-gap romance premise by featuring two characters who are both too self-aware and incredibly dumb about everything they’re getting themselves into. As a mature adult in hisContinue reading “Book Review: Not Allowed (Not Ready for Love #1) by Kate Hawthorne”

Book Review: Pretty Toxic (Pretty Broken #2) by J.R. Gray

Read my review of the first book in the Pretty Broken series, Pretty Toxic. The second book in the series set around the rock band Pretty Broken features keyboardist and writer Lowe and the romance arc he shares with his best friend Saint, a solo pop artist. This book does stand alone, but it continuesContinue reading “Book Review: Pretty Toxic (Pretty Broken #2) by J.R. Gray”

Book Review: Warwick (Rebel Sky Ranch #4) by Kelly Fox

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Rebel Sky Ranch series: Goodnight (#1) Sparrow (#2) Navarro (#3) If you’ve read this far in the Rebel Sky Ranch series (which you should, because all the books are fantastic), you should know by now that you’re not getting out of here without shedding a fewContinue reading “Book Review: Warwick (Rebel Sky Ranch #4) by Kelly Fox”

Book Review: Thick as Thieves (Aster Valley #4) by Lucy Lennox

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Aster Valley series: Winter Waites (#0.5) Right as Raine (#1) Sweet as Honey (#2) Hot as Heller (#3) Lennox saved the best for last in this sweet romance series that centers on a small ski town in Colorado. This particular installment leans heavily into certain romance tropes, such as “bestContinue reading “Book Review: Thick as Thieves (Aster Valley #4) by Lucy Lennox”

Book Review: Tending Tyler (Lone Star #1) by Jodi Payne & B.A. Tortuga

I’ve thoroughly enjoyed so much by these authors that it should come as no shock to anyone how sweet I found this book as well. We start in familiar territory (with a special shout-out to one of my favorite subby cowboys), but then this book becomes a major departure from what I’ve read from PayneContinue reading “Book Review: Tending Tyler (Lone Star #1) by Jodi Payne & B.A. Tortuga”