Review: Play Dirty (Wages of Sin #2) by Onley James & Neve Wilder

Read my review of Wages of Sin #1: Bad Habits I had so much fun with the first book in this series that I immediately pounced on the second installment the day it was available. Jonah and Caspian from the previous book make appearances as appropriate, but the focus here is very much on MadiganContinue reading “Review: Play Dirty (Wages of Sin #2) by Onley James & Neve Wilder”

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: We Have Till Dawn by Cara Dee

This author wrote my favorite book of 2020, so I did not hesitate to dive into her latest release. The premise of this book hinges on sex work, so this book will not appeal to readers who take issue with that particular profession. Nicky has been retired from that life for a few years, makingContinue reading “Review: We Have Till Dawn by Cara Dee”

Review: Twist of Fate Series by Lucy Lennox & Sloane Kennedy

Lost and Found (Book 1) As the series name implies, a twist of fate (and/or sheer coincidence) brings Xander and Bennett together after 15 years. The circumstances around their parting were traumatic for both, so their reunion is significantly less “meet cute” and much more “It’s a good thing Xander probably knows the best placeContinue reading “Review: Twist of Fate Series by Lucy Lennox & Sloane Kennedy”

Review: Havenwood Series by Riley Hart

Giving Chase (Book 1) Falling for the older brother’s best friend isn’t necessarily a trope I lean toward, but I’ll make an exception when the characters are far beyond high school and the best friend has just returned from over a decade away. The chemistry between Chase and Kellan is undeniable, but they face multipleContinue reading “Review: Havenwood Series by Riley Hart”

Review: Return To You Series by Rebecca Raine

Finding Grey (Book 1) This story is the slowest burn of all slow-burn romances, making the eventual reveal all the more delicious. However, I also love that adult Dante and Sean connect in friendship even before the weight of their history crashes down. Their story could have taken so many other paths, and this oneContinue reading “Review: Return To You Series by Rebecca Raine”

Review: Kink Chronicles Series by Luna David & Morningstar Ashley

Open Mind (Book 1) This book is one of those rare stories that sucked me in while I read, enjoying every scene as I tore through them, and then realized after I finished how much some elements of the plot bugged me. I don’t have triggers in the traditional sense, but I suppose part ofContinue reading “Review: Kink Chronicles Series by Luna David & Morningstar Ashley”

Review: Four Mercenaries Series by K.A. Merikan

Their Bounty (Book 1) I’m a sucker for found family stories, and even though this book is only partially that, it ensured my interest beyond the main plot. Clover is kind of a disaster, but he quickly becomes THEIR disaster despite lots of kicking and screaming on some sides (looking at you, Drake). Despite theirContinue reading “Review: Four Mercenaries Series by K.A. Merikan”

Review: Wrecked: Guardians Series by Kelly Fox

Hard Target (Book 1) The spin-off series to Wrecked features many familiar background faces from the gym, with the bonus of realizing that they’re a bad-ass vigilante/mercenary group on the side of the light. I’m sure that this book could be read as a stand-alone, but I highly recommend reading the first three books inContinue reading “Review: Wrecked: Guardians Series by Kelly Fox”

Review: Door of Bruises (Thornchapel #4) by Sierra Simone

Read my reviews of the previous Thornchapel books: A Lesson in Thorns Feast of Sparks Harvest of Sighs I waited six months for the finale of this fantastic series, and every moment was worth it. Simone continues to raise the stakes in both reality and the bits of fantasy elements that seep into this world,Continue reading “Review: Door of Bruises (Thornchapel #4) by Sierra Simone”