Tag: Berkley

Anthology Review: Private Places by Robin Schone, Claudia Dane, Allyson James and Shiloh Walker

Anthology Review: Private Places by Robin Schone, Claudia Dane, Allyson James and Shiloh Walker

The Men and Women’s Club Robin Schone shares a tale of a man and a woman in a notorious club, who learn how very dangerous desires of the flesh can be. You know how you feel when you walk into a conversation and realize you have no idea what’s going on? That’s how I felt […]

Rant/Review: Pleasure U by Carole Hart

Rant/Review: Pleasure U by Carole Hart

  Warning: This is less a review and more a rant about this book. It is riddled with spoilers. Proceed at your own risk. When I started this novel, I expected it to be an erotic exploration for a woman not very confident in herself. Unfortunately Pleasure U turned out completely different than I thought. […]

Guest Review: Dangerous Pleasures by Bertrice Small

Guest Review: Dangerous Pleasures by Bertrice Small

Kris‘ review of Dangerous Pleasures (Pleasures Book 4) by Bertrice Small Annie Miller, a widow with five kids, didn’t have any fantasies. She didn’t have the time or the money. But then her younger sister enters her in a contest. Annie wins, and suddenly her life falls into place. Whisked off to The Spa at […]

Review: Hostage to Pleasure by Nalini Singh

Review: Hostage to Pleasure by Nalini Singh

Separated from her son and forced to create a neural implant that will mean the effective enslavement of her psychically gifted race, Ashaya Aleine is the perfect Psy–cool, calm, emotionless…at least on the surface. Inside, she’s fighting a desperate battle to save her son and escape the vicious cold of the PsyNet. Yet when escape […]

Review: Reckless by Saskia Walker

Review: Reckless by Saskia Walker

I’m not really sure what to say about this novel. I think my problem with it is that I expected one thing and got another. The blurb led me to believe two brothers who don’t get along were vying for the same woman. That isn’t really the case. As it turned out, one brother was […]