Category: Reviews

Review: Whispering Rock by Robyn Carr

Review: Whispering Rock by Robyn Carr

I had to sit on this review for a few hours to think back on my reading experience with Whispering Rock. I enjoyed the book quite a bit, loving every page that was filled with Mike and Brie. This book started with a definite bang with the whole Brie’s in trouble and Mike turning around […]

Suspect by Jasmine Cresswell

Suspect by Jasmine Cresswell

Book description: Cynical attorney Liam Raven hid his father’s bigamy… until it was too late. Ironically, Liam specializes in divorce cases. But when Chloe Hamilton is charged with murdering her husband, a popular Denver mayor, he makes an exception. Liam’s relationship to Chloe quickly surpasses client and attorney. Her former husband had many secrets—including a […]

Review: Lover Unbound by J.R. Ward

Review: Lover Unbound by J.R. Ward

I’ve been sitting on this review for a few days. Why? Because I’m still trying to process where it all went wrong. After finishing the book, I was sitting on my couch just thinking “Whaaaaa?”. I’m sure it was quite amusing for my husband when I started muttering to myself about the book and the […]

Unmasqued: An Erotic Novel of the Phantom of the Opera by Colette Gale

Unmasqued: An Erotic Novel of the Phantom of the Opera by Colette Gale

One of the world’s most beloved stories as it has never been told before, Unmasqued is a novel of breathtaking historical erotica. His exquisite obsession…Christine Daae heard rumors of the hideous Phantom said to haunt the great Opera House in 19th-century Paris. But its youngest and brightest star knows something no one else does-the truth. […]

A Touch of Minx by Suzanne Enoch

A Touch of Minx by Suzanne Enoch

Book description: Who says crime doesn’t pay? A year ago, Samantha Jellicoe robbed from the rich and gave . . . to herself! Now, though, she’s using her larcenous skills for good as a private security consultant, trying to walk the high road for her sexy billionaire boyfriend, Richard Addison, and asking herself if there’s […]