Only for Your Touch by Naima Simone

Only for Your Touch by Naima Simone

Only for Your Touch by Naima Simone is a sexy, erotic story that’s perfect if you’re looking for a short but satisfying read. Corrinne is known as the “Mob Princess” and one of the press’s favorite subjects. She’s trying to rebel against the spotlight and her family’s overbearing constraints when she meets Sasha at Lick, which is the “aphrodisiac club” he co-owns. They’re immediately attracted to each other and Corrinne is interested in exploring kink with Sasha, but he’s worried her presence at the secretative club could attract unwanted media attention. Sasha and Corrinne … Continue Reading →
Down Shift by K. Bromberg

Down Shift by K. Bromberg

Yeah, my request to review Down Shift was denied on Netgalley. I don’t take it personally when this happens. (This isn’t true at all although I try to tell myself it’s true because I understand why this happens.) I love K. Bromberg and her Driven series, so I stopped pouting and reviewed the book when it was released. I am so glad I did, because it might be my favorite Bromberg book yet. It is brilliantly written and one of the best books of 2016. It’s a complex and beautiful story of two people … Continue Reading →
The Bachelor Auction by Rachel Van Dyken

The Bachelor Auction by Rachel Van Dyken

The Bachelor Auction by Rachel Van Dyken is a fun and sexy Cinderella romance. Brock Wellington is one of the country’s most sought after bachelors. He’s wealthy, good looking, responsible and has a good heart. Brock has been putting his family first since his parents died when he was twelve; therefore, when his grandfather decides to put him up for auction for charity, he can’t refuse even though he knows his grandfather is hoping the auction will lead to marriage. Brock soon meets a damsel in distress, Jane, and isn’t sure he can continue … Continue Reading →
Hero in the Highlands by Suzanne Enoch

Hero in the Highlands by Suzanne Enoch

I love Suzanne Enoch, and I love her books set in the Scottish Highlands; therefore, I was ecstatic to see that A Hero in the Highlands marked the beginning of a new Highlands series. Ms. Enoch met and exceeded my high expectations. Major Gabriel Forrester is a soldier in every fiber of his being. He has never wanted to do anything else or be anything else and has found profound success on the battlefield. He unexpectedly inherits a dukedom with a large Scottish estate, Lattimer, but Gabriel wants nothing to do with either. He … Continue Reading →
A Highlander’s Christmas Kiss by Paula Quinn

A Highlander’s Christmas Kiss by Paula Quinn

Paula Quinn is an amazing writer and has another winner with A Highlander’s Christmas Kiss, which is the fifth stand-alone book in her The MacGregors: Highland Heirs series. Cailean Grant has experienced profound loss and has unable to feel hopeful or involved in life. He’s emotionally destitute and leaves home to join an unsavory mercenary group, the Black Riders. His cousin Patrick travels to see him and urge him to quit the Black Riders and return home, but Patrick is shot with an arrow and injured while he is there. Cailean wants vengeance and … Continue Reading →
Sparking the Fire by Kate Meader

Sparking the Fire by Kate Meader

Kate Meader’s Sparking the Fire delivers hot, sexy and romantic. This is the third book in the Hot in Chicago series, and it is a stand-alone read. But why wouldn’t you read the prior two books? They are amazing too! All three will fog up your kindle, make you sigh and wish for your very own fireman or . Sparking the Fire is the story of Engine Co. 6 quiet, heartthrob Wyatt Fox and America’s movie sweetheart Molly Cade. The two met five years ago and had a super hot, no-names-exchanged affair in Chicago. … Continue Reading →
The Earl Next Door by Charis Michaels

The Earl Next Door by Charis Michaels

The Earl Next Door by Charis Michaels has everything I love and expect in a well written regency romance but feels fresh and original. Immediately after finishing the book, I searched for other works by Ms. Michaels and was surprised and impressed to discover that this is her début novel. It is a stand-alone read and the first book in her TheBachelor Lords of London series. Piety Grey is a twenty-five year old American who was extremely close to her wealthy, banker father before he passed away a year ago. He fostered a strong … Continue Reading →
Billionaire on the Loose by Jessica Clare

Billionaire on the Loose by Jessica Clare

As a closeted techie, I love when a book features a female nerd, and Taylor in Jessica Clare’s Billionaire on the Loose is a super hero for nerdy girls. She’s a MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Game) enthusiast, spatially challenged, socially awkward, comic book aficionado, and Batman-themed-panty wearer. Taylor works from home as telephone technical support and would often prefer to lead her virtual team on a virtual raid in her favorite online game rather than socialize. She is starting to question if living life as an avatar is truly living when her good … Continue Reading →
Spring Deceptions by Jess Michaels

Spring Deceptions by Jess Michaels

Jess MIchaels’ Spring Deceptions is a sweet book that can be described as truly romantic. John Dane is a secret agent for the England and his latest mission requires him to masquerade as the Duke of Claremont. As the Duke he meets Celia Fitzgilbert and feels an instant connection with her. Celia has recently broken a loveless engagement and is suffering the repercussions of the scandal, and she also feels a strong pull to Dane. Of course, she thinks he’s s duke. Dane feels guilty for deceiving Celia and his guilt is amplified when … Continue Reading →