Wicked Bond by Sawyer Bennett

Wicked Bond by Sawyer Bennett

      I discovered author Sawyer Bennett this summer when I read the entire Cold Fury Hockey series and have been a big fan since that first page. My Kindle screen is often fogged after reading her books; she definitely writes some smokin’ hot novels. I was intrigued when I received Wicked Bond, because it promised to be even hotter and I wasn’t sure that was possible. I was wrong. It is not only wicked hot but also wicked good.  Bridger Payne is a deeply wounded man having suffered emotional and sexual abuse as a … Continue Reading →
Just One Week by Alice Gaines

Just One Week by Alice Gaines

I have never read anything by Alice Gaines, but I will definitely pick up some of her other books after reading and enjoying this lighthearted romance, Just Once Week. It is a sweet, well written book featuring a smart biochemist, Michelle Dennis, who reunites with her childhood crush and her brother’s best friend, Alex Stafford. Alex is a football star home for his parent’s anniversary celebration, which Michelle and her brother are also attending. Michelle has always had strong feelings, and Alex hurt her deeply eight years ago. He struggles with guilt over his … Continue Reading →
The Darkest Link by Scarlett Cole

The Darkest Link by Scarlett Cole

I recently discovered Scarlett Cole and her Second Circle Tattoos series and became an instant fan. The Darkest Link is the fourth book in the series and they are all stand-alone novels. You do not need to read the previous books to fully enjoy this one, but you should because they are great.All four books center around the owners and employees of the Second Circle tattoo parlor in Miami. The Darkest Link features tattoo artist Julianna (Lia) Carlisle. She is the daughter of a wealthy, famous Miami lawyer who is looking to run for political office. Her father wants … Continue Reading →
The Rebel Heir by Elizabeth Michaels

The Rebel Heir by Elizabeth Michaels

The Rebel Heir is the second book in Elizabeth Michels’ Spare Heirs series . It is a stand-alone novel and tells the story of con artist Ashley (Ash) Claughbane’s seven year quest for revenge against the man who financially ruined his family. While pursuing justice, he meets Lady Evangeline (Evie) Green, who unbeknownst to him, happens to be the daughter of his intended target. After realizing who she is and falling in love with her, his feelings for her interfere with his revenge, and he will ultimately need to choose between restoring his family’s honor or finding … Continue Reading →
Winning It All by Victoria Denault

Winning It All by Victoria Denault

                  Winning It All is the first book I have read by Victoria Denault, but it will not be the last or the only book of hers that I read. I have already downloaded and am ready to read the first three books in the Hometown Players series, because I loved Winning It All, which is fourth book in this series.  Sebastian Deveau (Seb) is a French Canadian defensive lineman for the hockey team the Seattle Winterhawks. After seeing his friends and teammates happy and in … Continue Reading →
Too Wild to Tame by Tessa Bailey

Too Wild to Tame by Tessa Bailey

Aaron Clarkson goes from scorching hot to stone cold faster than he can say Grace Pendleton. Tessa Dare’s newest addition to The Clarksons series, Too Wild to Tame, features Clarkson younger brother Aaron – a career political staffer who recently lost his job due to his inappropriate sexual exploits. He’s in Iowa to restart his career when he meets his potential boss’s daughter, Grace. Grace’s father is a senator and she’s always been the nonconformer in her political family. She is a natural free spirit and an emotional and complex woman after experiencing tragedy … Continue Reading →
For Better or Worse by Lauren Layne

For Better or Worse by Lauren Layne

I assign all my books a #hashtag to organize them and a book’s tag normally changes and evolves as I read. The story might feel like an #originalpremise in the beginning but fade to #forgettablebutgood when suddenly it ends as a #didnotseethatcoming. But sometimes a book earns its tag within the first few chapters and never waivers. This normally is either a disastrous or a glorious experience. Disasters happen when the book is a wall banger and a #didnotfinish. Glory reigns when reading karma gives me a #oneofmyfavorite, and I knew Lauren Layne’s For … Continue Reading →
Mad for the Plaid by Karen Hawkins

Mad for the Plaid by Karen Hawkins

We all begin reading a book with certain expectations that define our reading experience. We form ideas and make assumptions based on the book’s assigned genre, cover art, title, and description. If our expectations are not met, we are often disappointed, which is why a book’s presentation is so important. It sets the stage for the reader. If I had realized Mad for the Plaid was a more a farce than an historical romance, I might have liked it more because I would have expected an implausible plot that abandons historical accuracy and characters … Continue Reading →
Internet Marketing: The Beginner’s Guide

Internet Marketing: The Beginner’s Guide

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