Crazy for You by Rachel Lacey

Crazy for You by Rachel Lacey

Crazy for You is the second book in Rachel Lacey’s Risking It All series and returns to the small town of Haven. Emma’s had the hots for her brother’s best friend, Ryan, for years. He is also attracted to her but has a strict hands-off rule when it comes to Emma, because he promised her brother before he went off to war that he would watch out for her. He also believes he’s too “bad” for a “good” girl like Emma. Luckily for everyone, she is actually tired of being the good girl and is looking to get a little crazy. … Continue Reading →
Love Story by Lauren Layne – Review & Giveaway!

Love Story by Lauren Layne – Review & Giveaway!

My Review It’s no secret that I am a Lauren Layne fangirl. She could write a computer manual, and I would read it… and I’d probably like it. Love Story is the third stand-alone book in her Love Unexpectedly series. Yes, I have read the first two book in the series, but you do not need to read them before Love Story. (Of course, they should be in your TBR pile though, because they are great.)  While Love Story isn’t my favorite of the series, it is a fun second-chance romance with a sassy heroine and a sexy, broody hero. … Continue Reading →
Hard Rules by Lisa Renee Jones

Hard Rules by Lisa Renee Jones

My Review Hard Rules is the first book in the three book trilogy – Dirty Money. Be warned – there is a cliffhanger here. Although I hate cliffhangers, it works well here and I loved Hard Rules. Shane Brandon is trying to straighten out his crooked family when he meets Emily Stevens. She seems like a light in his sometimes-dark world, and he wants her. What he doesn’t know is Emily is hiding something from him and isn’t who he thinks she is. Hard Rules is steamy romance and a family drama mixed with an engaging romantic … Continue Reading →
Not in My Wildest Dreams by Jamie Hollins – Review & Giveaway

Not in My Wildest Dreams by Jamie Hollins – Review & Giveaway

My Review Not in My Wildest Dreams is a sweet and fun friends to lovers romance that will have you smiling throughout the entire book. I freaking loved Sean McKenna! He is an easy-going, fun-loving guy who kept me laughing. He is a little bit goofy and a little bit of a lady’s man, and I know why his best friend Darcy Owens has been in love with him for eighteen years. Sean has never seen Darcy as any than just his good friend. When he gets the opportunity of a lifetime to build a boutique hotel in Boston, … Continue Reading →
Devil’s Mark by Megan Crane

Devil’s Mark by Megan Crane

See entire review All About Romance. If you’d told me six months ago that I would read motorcycle club romances, I would have called you a lunatic. I assumed these stories would not be relatable and – for lack of a better word – icky. But after reading Maria Rose’s review of Megan Crane’s Devil’s Honor, I decided to give these bikers and their “old ladies” a chance and discovered I enjoyed them. Motorcycle Club romances are dirty, crude, dark and far outside most reader’s reality but then so is marrying a professional football … Continue Reading →
Wild Wicked Scot by Julia London

Wild Wicked Scot by Julia London

Wild Wicked Scot: Julia London successfully writes both Historical and Contemporary Romances, and I love her books in both settings. She returns to the early eighteenth century and to the Scottish Highlands in Wild Wicked Scot and has created another winner and must have addition to your bookshelf. Margot Armstrong’s father arranged a marriage for her with Scottish Chieftain Arran McKenzie for political and economic gain when she was just eighteen. She was a little boy crazy and enamored with the things that feel important to any genteel, young woman of the times – parties, … Continue Reading →
Becoming a Legend by Sarah Robinson

Becoming a Legend by Sarah Robinson

Becoming a Legend is the third book in Sarah Robinson’s Kavanagh Legends series, and it’s a wonderful addition to a great series. If you haven’t read the prior two books, you do not have to before reading Becoming a Legend – they are stand-alones – but you should! I love the Kavanagh family and the hero of this book, Kane, is both sexy and sweet. He’s a little alpha, but he’s also an all around nice guy. He and  his brother’s fiancée’s best friend, Nora, have known each other for awhile and always seem to bicker when they … Continue Reading →
Only for You by Naima Simone

Only for You by Naima Simone

Naima Simone continues her spicy The Lick series with the third book – Only for You. It’s a quick, hot read where love gets a second chance. Killain is part owner of the aphrodisiac club Lick in Boston with his two friends Rion and Sasha. (Both are the heroes in the prior two books.) He and Gabriella were in love when she betrayed him to the police five years ago, which led to his arrest and two year prison sentence. Killain’s time in prison was brutal, and he’s never forgiven Gabriella. He doesn’t realize she had a very good reason to do what she did, … Continue Reading →
Going Under by Lexi Ryan

Going Under by Lexi Ryan

Lexi Ryan’s Going Under is the third book in her The Blackhawk Boys series, and the first book of hers that I have read. (This bit of information should tell you that you do not need to follow the series order and that they are stand-alone books.) Going Under is sweet, fun, a little angsty and layered. Alexandra (Alex) lost her twin city to addiction and was severely burned trying to save her. She has significant scars from the experience – both physical and emotional – and has just returned to her hometown after … Continue Reading →
Rules of Contact by Jaci Burton

Rules of Contact by Jaci Burton

I love Jaci Burton’s Play by Play series. It is my favorite sports series, so I was crazy excited to read her latest addition – Rules of Contact. Even more exciting, it’s the story of the oldest Cassidy brother. If you are a fan of the series, you know the Cassidy brothers as the entire family has been in several of the books. You get the idea that I had very high expectations for this book? It pains me to say this, but my expectations might have been too high. I expected to LOVE Rules … Continue Reading →