Tag: Holly’s Reviews

Review: Heart Fate by Robin D. Owens

Review: Heart Fate by Robin D. Owens

  Heart Fate is book 7 in Robin D. Owens‘ Celta’s Heartmates series. I have not read the first 6. Honestly, they didn’t really seem like my thing, so though I’ve noticed them in the book store, I never really considered buying one. I’m very sorry for that now. This book was outstanding. Lahsin Yew […]

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 […]

Guest Review: Flashback by Jill Shalvis @ TGTBTU

Guest Review: Flashback by Jill Shalvis @ TGTBTU

I have a guest review for Flashback (American Heroes: The Firefighters Book 2) by Jill Shalvis up at The Good, The Bad and The Unread. First things first: That cover? Totally hot. Yummy fireman. Mmmm. Ok, moving on. I read this book before I read the first one in the series, Flashpoint. I have to […]

Guest Review: Flashpoint by Jill Shalvis at TGTBTU

Guest Review: Flashpoint by Jill Shalvis at TGTBTU

I have a guest review up at TGTBTU for Flashpoint by Jill Shalvis, American Heroes: The Firefighters, Book 1. I have to be honest and admit the only reason I wanted to read this book is because of the cover. It’s hot. Seriously hot. After I read the back blurb I was a little bit […]

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. […]