Book Review: Broken Chains MC Series by E.M. Lindsey

This post includes reviews of the books in the Broken Chains MC series: Tidal Wave (#1) Backfire (#2) Broken Wings (#3) Wicked (#4) Tidal Wave (Broken Chains MC #1) I’ve never read an MC (motorcycle club) romance and never really thought it’d be my jam. But since E.M. Lindsey is one of my favorite authors,Continue reading “Book Review: Broken Chains MC Series by E.M. Lindsey”

Book Review: Open Ice Hit (Sin Bin #1) by E.M. Lindsey & Marina Vivancos

I should state for the record that my mom grew up in Queens, but my best friend lives in Brooklyn, so I can’t really choose sides between the Sea Dogs or the Phantoms. Two players from rival teams falling in love seems a bit cliché, except the fact that Tommy and Vicki aren’t on theContinue reading “Book Review: Open Ice Hit (Sin Bin #1) by E.M. Lindsey & Marina Vivancos”

Book Review: Without a Doubt (Love Starts Here #1) by E.M. Lindsey

This series is described as “light-hearted” in the cover description, and I suppose this book is when compared to other works by Lindsey. Carter is a cinnamon roll, and Rhys has the hard edges for them to mesh perfectly. However, both men carry a certain amount of emotional damage that doesn’t make a relationship easy,Continue reading “Book Review: Without a Doubt (Love Starts Here #1) by E.M. Lindsey”

Review: Scratcher (Irons and Works #7) by E.M. Lindsey

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Irons and Works series. I absolutely adored the Irons and Works series, and while it is definitely an author’s prerogative to state that a series is finished, I’m certainly not mad that Lindsey changed their mind about this one. We return to the Irons and WorksContinue reading “Review: Scratcher (Irons and Works #7) by E.M. Lindsey”

Review: The Other Side of Here by E.M. Lindsey

I knew going into this book that it would wreck me, both because of one of the characters’ relationship situation and how well Lindsey manipulates language to tug at the heartstrings. I did not expect two of the characters to share a similar history—one in the immediate context and one further down the road, butContinue reading “Review: The Other Side of Here by E.M. Lindsey”

Review: Love Beyond Measure Series by E.M. Lindsey

The Edge of Heaven (Book 1) On the surface, this book shouldn’t really work. It feels like “how many romance novel tropes can we cram into one story?” Let’s see: fake date to a wedding, falling for the escort, hidden identity, getting back at an ex, idiots in love, and finally, there’s only one bed!Continue reading “Review: Love Beyond Measure Series by E.M. Lindsey”

Review: Breaking the Rules Series by E.M. Lindsey

Renegades (Book 1) After finishing the Irons & Works series, I immediately dove into this spin-off set of tales that feature Ted House, the home set up by two of the tattoo artists for LGBTQ kids in need. Even better, cameos appear by many of the familiar characters from the previous series, even though theContinue reading “Review: Breaking the Rules Series by E.M. Lindsey”

Review: Irons and Works Series by E.M. Lindsey

This post includes reviews of the following books in the Irons and Works series: Free Hand (Book 1) Blank Canvas (Book 2) American Traditional (Book 3) Bio-Mechanical (Book 4) Stick and Poke (Book 5) Scarification (Book 6) To Touch the Light (follow-up novella) Last-Minute Walk-In (follow-up novella)

Review: On the Market Series by E.M. Lindsey

Love Him Free (Book 1) A Jewish baker and a deaf adult film star walk into a bar. It sounds like the beginning of a joke, except here the joke is that they never go to a bar, but the characters are very much real. Simon is a small-town guy battling massive amounts of anxietyContinue reading “Review: On the Market Series by E.M. Lindsey”

Review: Cloudy With a Chance of Love by E.M. Lindsey, Kate Hawthorne & E.M. Denning

After meeting these three characters in another book, showing them enjoying their happily ever after, I had to know how they reached that point. I was not disappointed by their love story. On the surface, Collin, Spencer, and Max lead very different lives. They run the spectrum from age to education to income, but noneContinue reading “Review: Cloudy With a Chance of Love by E.M. Lindsey, Kate Hawthorne & E.M. Denning”