Dissent Anthology Charity Auction

The romance community is fighting to protect reproductive freedom with multiple fundraisers. The largest anthology, Dissent, includes brand new and exclusive works from 150+ romance authors, as well as a paired auction. 100% of proceeds from both the anthology and the auction will be donated to Planned Parenthood, the Center for Reproductive Rights, and theContinue reading “Dissent Anthology Charity Auction”

Book Review: Rookie Mistake (On the Board #1) by Anna Zabo & L.A. Witt

For some reason, hockey romances are one of the few “sports romance” categories I can stand. Something about the typical attitudes and personalities of hockey players makes them more palatable than those of other sports players, and perhaps because it’s a sport I know just enough to be interested in but not enough to beContinue reading “Book Review: Rookie Mistake (On the Board #1) by Anna Zabo & L.A. Witt”

Book Review: Oh So Oscar (Forever Love #3) by Charlie Novak

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Forever Love series: Always Eli (#1) Finding Finn (#2) This book gives the final son of the sprawling combined family that has threaded its way into every corner of Novak’s shared book universe his happily ever after. So far, Oscar’s travel-writer lifestyle (and London home base) means thatContinue reading “Book Review: Oh So Oscar (Forever Love #3) by Charlie Novak”

Book Review: Waiting on Forever (Carnal Tower #2) by E.M. Lindsey

Read my review of the first book in the Carnal Tower series, Shades of Lust. One of the similarities between this book and the first in the series that I noticed, which may or may not be a trend for the rest of the books, is that the heat level is very much on theContinue reading “Book Review: Waiting on Forever (Carnal Tower #2) by E.M. Lindsey”

Book Review: Summer of the Wanderer (Seasons of the Lukoi #3) by Iris Foxglove

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Seasons of the Lukoi series: Winter of the Owl (#1) Spring of the Wolf (#2) I know that I say this in each review, but this series keeps getting better with every installment. In this book, we leave Lukos and venture to yet another new countryContinue reading “Book Review: Summer of the Wanderer (Seasons of the Lukoi #3) by Iris Foxglove”

Book Review: Sherwood by Sierra Simone

At the time this blog post is published, this novella is available for free. Simone’s New Camelot series wrecked me as a reader in all the best ways, often leaving me in tears and leading to some virtual flailing at a fellow fan via text. The journey was worth every bit of the angst, andContinue reading “Book Review: Sherwood by Sierra Simone”

Book Review: Rearranged (Do-Over #1) by E.M. Denning

One of the best things about following an author on social media is getting to experience the full evolution of a story, from conception to publication. I followed along as Denning mentioned binge-reading all the arranged marriage trope romances she could find and then as she spoke about writing her own. So, it was prettyContinue reading “Book Review: Rearranged (Do-Over #1) by E.M. Denning”

Book Review: Navarro (Rebel Sky Ranch #3) by Kelly Fox

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Rebel Sky Ranch series: Goodnight (#1) Sparrow (#2) Disclaimer: I received an electronic ARC of this novel from the author. “The worst-kept secret at Rebel Sky Ranch is that Desi Navarro loves Wyatt Goodnight.” Fox has been planting the seeds of this romance from the veryContinue reading “Book Review: Navarro (Rebel Sky Ranch #3) by Kelly Fox”

Review: The Expanse: Origins edited by James S.A. Corey

Favorite Story “Naomi Nagata” by Georgia Lee (illustrated by Huang Danlan): This isn’t Naomi’s “origin story,” which is covered very well in the books themselves. Instead, it shows us the first introduction between Naomi and Amos prior to the events of the books/television show. I loved the growth shown by both characters even in suchContinue reading “Review: The Expanse: Origins edited by James S.A. Corey”

Review: Hither, Page (Page & Sommers #1) by Cat Sebastian

This short novel was perfect for a summer night escape. It included so many things that I love in a story, such as mysterious small-town murder, morally gray characters, and good representations of mental illness (in this case, post-traumatic stress disorder). On their own, Page and Sommers were both characters that I loved getting toContinue reading “Review: Hither, Page (Page & Sommers #1) by Cat Sebastian”