Tag: 4.5 Reviews

Summer Reading Challenge Review: Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews

Summer Reading Challenge Review: Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews

Holy crap, I loved this book!!! Now I can’t decide which book is my favorite of this challenge. Is it The Deal or Burn for Me? As of this moment, I would have to say Burn for Me, but honestly, that’s probably because I just finished it. Nevada Baylor runs Baylor Investigations. They are a […]

Throwback Thursday Review: A Lady’s Guide to Improper Behavior by Suzanne Enoch.

Throwback Thursday Review: A Lady’s Guide to Improper Behavior by Suzanne Enoch.

Every Thursday, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. Enjoy! This review was originally posted on May 11, 2010. Suzanne Enoch is fast becoming one of my go to authors for witty historical novels. To date, I’ve read 4 of her books and have enjoyed each book immensely. This book was […]

Summer Reading Challenge Review: Alpha & Omega by Patricia Briggs

Summer Reading Challenge Review: Alpha & Omega by Patricia Briggs

This is a short little review to go with a short little book. I must have been living under a rock to have missed this author. I know the Mercy Thompson series is in first person and that is most likely the reason that I missed this series entirely. I really liked this book. It […]

Guest Review: Hot and Badgered by Shelly Laurenston

Guest Review: Hot and Badgered by Shelly Laurenston

A series featuring honey badger shifter sisters? YES PLEASE! This is yet another spin-off from Laurenston’s eternally growing shifter books, and it is a great addition to the world. The series centers on the three MacKilligan half sisters: Max, Stevie, and Charlie, the heroine of this first book. The women have a crappy father who […]

Review: Shadowed by Rebecca Zanetti

Review: Shadowed by Rebecca Zanetti

This was one of my favorite books of the series. I adore Jase and Brenna. They are both so damaged and trying heal. While their mating is an arranged one, their feelings for each other are anything but arranged. One of the only things that kept Jase anchored to the real world during his captivity […]