Tag: Ellora’s Cave

Guest Review: Pleasuring a Pirate by Janne Lewis

Guest Review: Pleasuring a Pirate by Janne Lewis

Judith’s review of Pleasuring a Pirate by Janne Lewis. When Jenny Miller’s widowed mother becomes engaged to the father of Jenny’s ex-lover, Jenny is torn. She knows a renewal of her affair with Robert, her soon-to-be stepbrother, could jeopardize her mother’s marriage. But Robert was the sexiest, most commanding lover Jenny has had, and though […]

Guest Review: Inflamed by Mari Carr

Guest Review: Inflamed by Mari Carr

Judith’s review of Inflamed by Mari Carr. Stuck in a rut in every way possible, Keri decides her first step in a bid for change is moving back to the Texas home she left years ago. The second step? Spicing up her sex life with the crazy-hot cowboys she left behind. Too responsible (and smart) […]

Guest Review: Kiss Across Time by Teal Ceagh

Guest Review: Kiss Across Time by Teal Ceagh

Ames’ review of Kiss Across Time by Teal Ceagh. Taylor Yates just got fired from her university job for insisting that the fifth-century British poet and playwright, Inigo Domhnall, existed. When she hears the poet’s lyrics in a death metal song, she engineers a meeting with the dark-eyed, dark-haired lead singer, Brody Gallagher. An unintended […]

Guest Review: Downstroke by Desiree Holt

Guest Review: Downstroke by Desiree Holt

Judith‘s review of Downstroke by Desiree Holt It’s been twenty years since Charley Roper and Dallas Creed had their bitter parting.  Now a killer in stalking mode has brought the security specialist and the country music icon together again, but are either of them ready for this?  It’s obvious that the explosive chemistry is still there. […]

Guest Review: Tip of the Iceberg by Ann Jacobs

Guest Review: Tip of the Iceberg by Ann Jacobs

Judith‘s review of Tip of the  Iceberg by Ann Jacobs. Nothing but a deathbed promise to his wife could have brought Casey Weldon back to his old college town.  He has signed on as athletic director, but he soon learns that the recruiting violations that brought him there are symptoms for something far more sinister.  Not […]