Ride Steady by Kristen Ashley

Such a fun book (series!!) to dive into. You won’t regret picking this one up.

Also… the cover. OMG!

How can I express how much I loved this book? I’m not normally an MC fanatic. Yes, I enjoyed Sons of Anarchy. Yes, I read an MC fantasy series. But there’s something special about Kristen Ashley’s writing of the Chaos boys that just makes me swoon to no end.

The book’s prologue ripped my heart out. One of the best book opening prologues I’ve read, and one that left me wanting nothing more than learning how the two high school kids got their HEA.Read More »

Second Chance Summer by Jill Shalvis

Jill Shalvis has done it again. We are gifted with a spanking new contemporary series that’ll have you all swoon (well, the first title, anyway) just like it had me from cover to cover.

Lily Danville was most definitely back in town. Because he couldn’t help himself, Aidan watched as she rushed to the door of the convenience store balancing an armful of junk food. Nice to know some things hadn’t changed.

Clearly she was trying to avoid him—a plan he could get behind. He had no desire to take a walk down Memory Road either, especially when that road had ended in a spectacular crash with no survivors.

Just the walking dead.Read More »

Blog Tour: HARD TO LET GO by Laura Kaye

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We are absolutely thrilled to bring you the Review & Excerpt Tour for Laura Kaye’s HARD TO LET GO! HARD TO LET GO is the 4th novel in Laura’s Hard Ink Series, published by Avon Romance! It is being released on June 30, 2015!! Pre-order before or on June 29, fill out the form, and get awesome bonus content!

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Never Loved by Charlotte Stein

There is only one author I know that can pull of a book that is in its entirety pretty much a monologue. This author is Charlotte Stein. And she’s brilliant.

This book is about two people who’s lives made them craving closeness, normalcy, kindness and compassion.

The story is told from Beatrix’s point of view, and is basically a monologue, with micro bits of dialogue as she tells it when it’s absolutely necessary. Normally, I hate these kinds of books. They bore me, to be honest. I need the dialogue, I need the plot to progress with every character’s contribution. Stein, though…. she’s just wonderful.Read More »