Review: Love Me Whole by Nicky James

I always go into romance novels in which one of the characters has a significant mental health issue with a grain of salt. Since I personally know someone with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), I went into this book with a whole bucketful. I am not an expert by any means, but as a reader, IContinue reading “Review: Love Me Whole by Nicky James”

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: Aster Valley Series by Lucy Lennox

This post includes reviews of the currently available books in the Aster Valley series: Winter Waites (#0.5) Right as Raine (#1) Sweet as Honey (#2) Hot as Heller (#3) Winter Waites (Book 0.5) This novella serves as an excellent introduction to Lennox’s latest series and her writing as a whole. There is a certain elementContinue reading “Review: Aster Valley Series by Lucy Lennox”

Review: Hell’s Bedroom Series by Tanya Chris

Kitchen Sink Dom (Book 1) Knowing some of the backstory of how this book developed made it even more entertaining: Chris asked for kink suggestions in a social media group and did her best to incorporate as many as possible. What might have been a disjointed connection of sex scenes held together by a plotContinue reading “Review: Hell’s Bedroom Series by Tanya Chris”

August Wrap-Up & September Goals

The spouse and I spent a good chunk of August on the road, visiting friends in Atlanta and family in Florida. We stayed as safe as possible (even if we were the only ones wearing a mask in many, many gas stations), but had to treat ourselves to a trip to Kennedy Space Center whileContinue reading “August Wrap-Up & September Goals”

Review: Revolver (Boys of Bow Street #1) by Vera Leigh

Disclaimer: I received an advance electronic copy of this novel from the author. I’m not quite sure how this book ended up on my radar, but I decided to take a chance on accepting a review copy by a debut author because I know how difficult the publishing industry can be to newcomers. I tendContinue reading “Review: Revolver (Boys of Bow Street #1) by Vera Leigh”

Review: Camassia Cove Universe by Cara Dee

This post includes reviews of the books in the Camassia Cove Universe series. I’m reading them in a weird mix of the order listed on Amazon and the author’s recommended reading order on her website. Home Out Out for the Holidays Noah Power Play Sleepless Home I’m pretty solid at this point in knowing whatContinue reading “Review: Camassia Cove Universe by Cara Dee”

Review: Psycho (Necessary Evils #2) by Onley James

Read my review of Necessary Evils #1, Unhinged. Disclaimer: I received an advance electronic copy of this novel from the author. If you’ve already read the first book in this series, I probably don’t need to sell you on reading this one. For my part, I knew I’d adore August the moment the earbuds cameContinue reading “Review: Psycho (Necessary Evils #2) by Onley James”

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: Arden St. Ives Series by Alexis Hall

How to Bang a Billionaire (Book 1) Young billionaire connects with college student (or is it the other way around?), and they develop a relationship that relies more on physical chemistry than romantic gestures. Despite the sexy moments of this story, the main draw for powering through this book is Hall’s elegant writing and theContinue reading “Review: Arden St. Ives Series by Alexis Hall”