Review: What We May Be by Layla Reyne

I love a good poly romance, and I love a good mystery, so when this one came highly recommended by fellow readers, I knew I had to give it a shot. Reyne immediately upended my expectations of this story by weaving a second-chance element into the dynamic between her three extraordinary heroes rather than throwingContinue reading “Review: What We May Be by Layla Reyne”

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: Making a Mark (Triskelion #2) by Jodi Payne & B.A. Tortuga

Read my review of Breaking the Rules (Triskelion #1) Disclaimer: I received an advanced electronic ARC of this novel from the author. The first book in this planned trilogy introduced me to an amazing author pairing and lived rent-free in my brain for the entire summer. I put off re-reading it until right before theContinue reading “Review: Making a Mark (Triskelion #2) by Jodi Payne & B.A. Tortuga”

Review: Spare Time (Trouble With Triads #3) by E.M. Denning

Read my reviews of the previous books in the Trouble With Triads series: Spare Room (#1) Spare Parts (#2) Disclaimer: I received an advanced electronic review copy of this book from the author. Denning saved the best for last in her trio of unique poly romances. Once again, she also presents a new arc withinContinue reading “Review: Spare Time (Trouble With Triads #3) by E.M. Denning”

Review: White House Men Series by Nora Phoenix

This post includes reviews of the currently available books in the White House Men series: Press (#1) Friends (#2) Click (#3) Serve (#4) Care (#5) Puzzle (#6) Press (Book 1) This was the first Nora Phoenix title I picked up a few months ago, and at the time, I read the first 10 percent andContinue reading “Review: White House Men Series by Nora Phoenix”

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: 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”

Review: Bears in the Woods by K. C. Wells

When you wake up strangely early on the weekend, the only thing to do is burn through a good book. This low-angst romance provided all the warm fuzzies necessary to get me through the rest of the day, and I can only hope that if I’m ever (metaphorically) lost in the woods that bears asContinue reading “Review: Bears in the Woods by K. C. Wells”

Review: Middleman by Jane Rylon

I snagged this book because it ticked all the boxes of my latest favorite reads, but especially because an author that I adore mentioned reading it in her online fan group. Though I spent extra money on it because it was not available on Kindle Unlimited, I don’t regret the purchase at all. This bookContinue reading “Review: Middleman by Jane Rylon”