What Are You Reading? (+ Christine Warren Giveaway)

What Are You Reading? (+ Christine Warren Giveaway)

Casee: I just finished Alpha and Omega, which is the prequel to Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs. I started Cry Wolf last night and am really enjoying it so far. These are two of the books Holly picked for me in the Summer Reading Challenge. I’ve been really lucky with most of the books Holly […]

Review: Midnight Valentine by J.T. Geissinger

Review: Midnight Valentine by J.T. Geissinger

I read and really enjoyed Burn for You by J.T. Geissinger, so I figured I’d try some of her other works. Her paranormal series wasn’t as successful for me, but I thought I’d enjoy Midnight Valentine since 1) It’s a contemporary and 2) It has stellar reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. Plus, the blurb was […]

Throwback Thursday Review: Dark Warrior Unleashed by Alexis Morgan

Throwback Thursday Review: Dark Warrior Unleashed by Alexis Morgan

Every Thursday, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. Enjoy! This review was originally posted on August 13, 2008. I am a long time fan of Alexis Morgan’s Paladin series. I’ve read the series from the beginning and really enjoyed Morgan’s world building as well as her character development. While I […]

Guest Review: The Breakup by Erin McCarthy

Guest Review: The Breakup by Erin McCarthy

Bella is pretty sure that her fiancé is cheating on her.  She’s one week out from her wedding and she’s an emotional wreck. When she finds texts on her fiancé’s phone confirming the cheating Bella confronts Brad about it.  He, of course, being the ass he is, turns it around to make it look like […]

Summer Challenge Review: Sustained by Emma Chase

Summer Challenge Review: Sustained by Emma Chase

This was an interesting book. Not only was it written in first person (which I don’t particularly enjoy reading), it was written solely from the hero’s point-of-view. One of the reasons that I don’t enjoy first person is because I like rotating points-of-view. It just makes it more interesting when I can get into multiple […]