Tag: Contemporary Erotica

Guest Review: The Submissive by Tara Sue Me

Guest Review: The Submissive by Tara Sue Me

Judith’s review of The Submissive by Tara Sue Me Abby King has a secret fantasy. New York knows Nathaniel West as the brilliant and handsome CEO of West Industries, but Abby knows he’s more: a sexy and skilled dominant who is looking for a new submissive. Yearning to experience a world of pleasure beyond her simple […]

Guest Review: Bonds of Trust by Lynda Aicher

Guest Review: Bonds of Trust by Lynda Aicher

Judith’s review of Bonds of Trust (Wicked Play #1) by Lynda Aicher. After ending her passionless marriage, Cali Reynolds is eager to live out her forbidden fantasies. Her first step is attending new members’ night at The Den, the most exclusive sex club in town. Perhaps here she can find a man who understands her desire to […]

Review: Risque Business by Helenkay Dimon

Review: Risque Business by Helenkay Dimon

I haven’t read too many books by Helenkay Dimon before but I need to change that because I enjoyed this book. It was short, it was cute and pretty steamy. Me likey. Very much. This book follows Kari Reynolds and Matt Bradford as they bang their way to their happy ending. Kari is an HR […]

Review: Down to Business by Helenkay Dimon

Review: Down to Business by Helenkay Dimon

This book was another great addition to Dimon’s backlist. Short and steamy which has been just my speed lately. I have to say that I’m a fan of sex in the office. Reading this book had me lifting my eyebrows and grinning like a crazy person. It was a great way to spend an hour […]

Guest Review: Safewords:Davenport & Chiffon by Candace Blevins

Guest Review: Safewords:Davenport & Chiffon by Candace Blevins

Judith’s review of Safewords: Davenport and Chiffon (Safewords #5) by Candace Blevins  Dana is ready to submit to Zach, but she’s going to be surprised by the depth of her submission. She’s comfortable Dominating Jacob, but how will the four of them form a unit? Zach thought he’d worked through his issues, and he was […]