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: 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: 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”

Review: Sugar Daddies by Jade West

This book was another recommendation from a Facebook readers group. I prefer menage romances considered M/M/F rather than M/F/M, in which an equal relationship also exists between the two men rather than both focusing on the woman. In this case, two bisexual men in a gay relationship decide to invite a woman to become partContinue reading “Review: Sugar Daddies by Jade West”

Review: Werewolves of Chernobyl by K.A. Merikan & L.A. Witt

I enjoy both these authors and the recent miniseries about Chernobyl on HBO, so this book pinged my interest when I stumbled across it. While I lean toward vampires rather than werewolves in my paranormal romance tastes, the premise intrigued me immediately. The human character, Quinn, annoyed me at the beginning. He starts a bitContinue reading “Review: Werewolves of Chernobyl by K.A. Merikan & L.A. Witt”

Review: Four Ever by Sloane Kennedy

Why stop with all the drama and baggage of two characters at a tipping point in their relationship with each other when you can have double the fun? Include some healthy doses of physical, mental, or emotional trauma in every character, then sit back and wait for the fireworks. Pardon my snarkiness (which that coverContinue reading “Review: Four Ever by Sloane Kennedy”

Review: Their Nerd (Two Plus One #1) by Allyson Lindt

While this book contains many of the typical elements of an MMF menage romance, it solidified my opinion that the menage stories I most enjoy are those in which each individual relationship evolves and has an arc as much as the overall trio does. In this instance, what starts as a sexy narrative to accompanyContinue reading “Review: Their Nerd (Two Plus One #1) by Allyson Lindt”

Review: Three Player Co-op Series by Allyson Lindt

Looking For It (Book 1) I’m a firm believer that romance novels are for everyone, not just (straight) women. That said, sometimes it’s obvious who the intended audience of a book is supposed to be, which is the case for this title. It is blatant wish-fulfillment, utterly indulgent, and honestly: There’s nothing wrong with thatContinue reading “Review: Three Player Co-op Series by Allyson Lindt”