Review: Saint’s Song (Rebel Kings MC #2) by Garrett Leigh

Read my review of the first book in the Rebel Kings MC series, Devil’s Dance. This book picks up pretty much where the previous one left off, but with a twist. Now we also get scenes from Saint’s point of view! Though the previous installment did not end on a cliffhanger, it was already obviousContinue reading “Review: Saint’s Song (Rebel Kings MC #2) by Garrett Leigh”

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: Protection (Mobsters + Billionaires #2) by Kelly Fox

Read my review of the first book in the Mobsters + Billionaires series, Extradition. It’s no secret that I’ll read pretty much anything Fox writes at this point, but even though I ended up loving the first book, I wasn’t sure this series would live up to the world Fox created in Texas. I amContinue reading “Book Review: Protection (Mobsters + Billionaires #2) by Kelly Fox”

Book Review: Autumn of the Witch (Seasons of the Lukoi #4) by Iris Foxglove

Read my previous reviews of the Seasons of the Lukoi series: Winter of the Owl (Seasons of the Lukoi #1) Spring of the Wolf (Seasons of the Lukoi #2) Summer of the Wanderer (Seasons of the Lukoi #3) The final book in this series returns us to the island of Lukoi and features characters we have met inContinue reading “Book Review: Autumn of the Witch (Seasons of the Lukoi #4) by Iris Foxglove”

Book Review: To Love You (Not Ready for Love #2) by Kate Hawthorne

Read my review of the first book in the Not Ready for Love series, Not Allowed. This book’s first scene takes place right after Wyatt leaves for college in the previous novel, but luckily, Hawthorne doesn’t make us relive THAT EPILOGUE. Probably because she is too busy cackling with sadistic glee over a different timeContinue reading “Book Review: To Love You (Not Ready for Love #2) by Kate Hawthorne”

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: The Shepherd (The Game #6) by Cara Dee

Read my previous reviews of the books in The Game series: Top Priority (The Game #1) Their Boy (The Game #2) Breathless (The Game #3) Doll Parts (The Game #4) Out of the Ashes (The Game #5) If you can count on anything about this series, you can depend on Dee’s unpredictability when it comes to the varying characters andContinue reading “Book Review: The Shepherd (The Game #6) by Cara Dee”

Book Review: Rediscovered (Do-Over #2) by E.M. Denning

This book continues the tale of the other groom in the failed arranged married from the first story, along with evoking plenty of thematic echoes to create an excellent duet of stories. Denning held back a lot of Harrison’s half of the story in Rearranged in order not to spoil this half of the narrative.Continue reading “Book Review: Rediscovered (Do-Over #2) by E.M. Denning”

Book Review: Unraveling the Threads of Fate by Alice Winters

This assumption is on me, but when I read the back cover description of this book, I assumed the main characters would be the action hero sort. Military, spies, etc. Imagine my surprise when, instead, Alex is a high school English teacher, and Bishop works for a company owned by his wealthy family. This shotContinue reading “Book Review: Unraveling the Threads of Fate by Alice Winters”