Review: Gentlemen of the Emerald City Series by L. A. Witt

This post includes reviews of the books in the Gentlemen of the Emerald City series: Luca (#1) Cole (#2) Bryce (#3) Marco (#4) Andre (#5) Hunter (#6) Luca (Book 1) I hadn’t read anything by Witt in a while, so I decided to rectify that with her newest contemporary romance series. The sex work elementContinue reading “Review: Gentlemen of the Emerald City Series by L. A. Witt”

Review: Alphabet of Desire Series by Colette Davison

This post includes reviews of the books in the Alphabet of Desire series: A is for Aftercare (#1) B is for Beg (#2) C is for Comfort (#3) A is for Aftercare (Book 1) This book was a relatively low-angst read, but that doesn’t mean Davison skimps on any of the tension necessary to craftingContinue reading “Review: Alphabet of Desire Series by Colette Davison”

Review: Aftermath Series by Cara Dee

This post includes reviews of the books in the Aftermath series: Aftermath (#1) Outcome (#2) Aftermath (Book 1) Dee once again emotionally wrecks her readers in all the best ways with this story about two men who never would have met under “normal” circumstances. Instead, they are thrown together as cellmates when kidnapped by aContinue reading “Review: Aftermath Series by Cara Dee”

Review: This is Not a Horror Movie by Sara Dobie Bauer

Disclaimer: I am friends with the author; however, I purchased this book for full price. I happen to know that the author spends time every year in Longboat Key, Florida. Her love for this place shines through the pages of this entertaining book, filled to the brim with sweetness, humor, and just enough touches ofContinue reading “Review: This is Not a Horror Movie by Sara Dobie Bauer”

Review: Subtle Blood (Will Darling Adventures #3) by K. J. Charles

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Will Darling Adventures series: Slippery Creatures (#1) The Sugared Game (#2) In most series in the suspense/thriller realm, even as a subgenre, the overall sense of danger starts small and then grows larger to encompass a threat to more people. Charles subverts this pattern for theContinue reading “Review: Subtle Blood (Will Darling Adventures #3) by K. J. Charles”

Review: Only Colorado Series by J. D. Chambers

This post includes reviews of the books in the Only Colorado series: Only With You (#1) Only See You (#2) Only Need You (#3) Only Keep You (#4) Only Love You (#5) Only For Us (#6) Only With You (Book 1) This book won’t be for all readers due to the kinks of one ofContinue reading “Review: Only Colorado Series by J. D. Chambers”

Review: Dirty Secret by Ki Brightly & M. D. Gregory

My favorite part of this novel is that it tackles an issue too often dismissed in real life, in that it is absolutely possible for a woman to be the abuser in a relationship. The authors highlight this so well, in fact, that I encourage readers for which an abusive relationship might trigger an adverseContinue reading “Review: Dirty Secret by Ki Brightly & M. D. Gregory”

Review: A Cold Hard Truth (Real Good Lie #2) by Kate Hawthorne

Read my review of the previous book, A Real Good Lie. Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this ebook, though I had fully intended to buy myself a copy if I had not had this opportunity for an early review. Based on the initial interactions between Remington and Sebastian toward the end of the previousContinue reading “Review: A Cold Hard Truth (Real Good Lie #2) by Kate Hawthorne”

Review: Finding Home Series by Lily Morton

This post contains reviews for the Finding Home series: Oz (#1) Milo (#2) Gideon (#3) Short Stack (follow-up stories) Oz (Book 1) Though it can stand alone as a book, I’m pleased that I had additional background regarding Silas’ family and family history when going into this book. Henry and Ivo make excellent appearances, andContinue reading “Review: Finding Home Series by Lily Morton”

Review: Trouble With Triads Series by E. M. Denning

This post includes reviews of the currently available books in the Trouble With Triads series: Spare Room (#1) Spare Parts (#2) Spare Room (Book 1) This story is surprisingly low-angst for how relatively dark things are at the beginning of the book for Alex, the man who first gave up Tristan and moved away onlyContinue reading “Review: Trouble With Triads Series by E. M. Denning”