Lady Be Good (Wynette, Texas #2) by @SEPauthor

“You really go around calling yourself that? A Head Mistress?” “It’s what I do.” He looked vastly amused. “For proper people, you British sure do have some racy job titles.” “We’re not talking about that now; we’re talking about the fact that I dropped off Mary Poppins and I came back to find Madonna.” His […]

Once Upon a Power Play by @jbondswrites

ARC received from: Netgalley Rating: 4* Cover: Yay Trope: Sports romance Chemistry: Simmering Review: This book was hawt! I loved the spunk Chloe showed especially at the beginning of the book where she gave as good as she got in the verbal foreplay with Ryan. I loved the hockey world and can only hope that […]

Christmas Ever After (Puffin Island #3) by @sarahmorgan_

Skylar Tempest has never understood Alec Hunter’s appeal. So what if he’s a world-renowned historian? He’s also cynical, aloof and determined to think the worst of her. So when a twist of fate finds her spending the lead-up to Christmas with Alec and his family, she’s not expecting the season to be either merry or […]

Wilde for Her (Wilde Security #2) by @tonyaburrows

Rating: 2.5* Trope: Fake Relationship Chemistry: Damp squid One-Sentence Summary: It’s not paranoia if people actually are out to get you …. Review: Well, this was a big fat disappointment. After having to wait 2 years for the latest installment in the Wilde series, I was practically salivating at the thought of another awesome addition […]

Sleeping with the Enemy (Out of Bounds #4) by @TracyKSolheim

“No,” she said, her voice breathless. “No more. We had our walk down memory lane, but that’s all it was. We were both tired and overwrought and we lost our heads.” He arched an eyebrow at her. “I have never been nor will I ever be ‘overwrought’” Bridgett’s eyes narrowed and she released an exasperated […]

Fancy Pants (Wynette, Texas #1) by @SEPauthor

Rating: 3* Review: Now who doesn’t like a contemporary romance novel that sees the heroine sexually violated in the first few chapters, eh? I mean is there every a better way to set the mood of the book than that?! But rather than making me feel sympathetic to Francesca, I spent the majority of the […]