Dashing through the Snow: A Sexy, Snowy Christmas Tale by M. Leighton

Following Leighton’s Cash and Nash, she’s giving us Dash. Which isn’t his real name, but… you know… who cares.

Thanks, Michelle, for the copy of this hotness.


Dash Grainger is a thrill seeking snowboarding hottie. He’s wealthy, successful and so darn hot, it’s ridiculous. And he’s about to be interviewed by Dylin Hart for an online magazine. Dylin’s boss (and ex-boyfriend) sent her on this assignment a minute before Christmas. And just before handing her her assignment, they have a moment.

On her way to the remote, chalet, Dylin ignores a cab driver warning there’s a snow storm coming, and finds herself “stuck” in the luxurious cabin with a stunning, mouthwatering specimen of a man.Read More »

Due South by Tamsen Parker

Adorable Evans had his little piece of heavenly bliss coming since he basically got India to board the plane to NY in Personal Geography. Or was it Intimate Geography? I can’t remember and it doesn’t matter. What matters is that he deserved it and he finally gets it in Due South.

And this little intro does not by any means to imply that Lucy doesn’t. Deserves the same, that is. LOL


I’ll start by saying I absolutely love the cover of the book. I rarely note my impression about book covers, but this one definitely deserves it. Somehow, it’s on point with the feel of the characters.Read More »

One Hot December by Tiffany Reisz

The last story in the Men at Work series, this one has been anticipated (by me, anyway) since September.

Tiffany Reisz writing contemporary romance is unexpected and delightful and so so good. Reisz sense of humor shines through every sentence. Even the less funny ones.


After Ian’s Dream Girl got away from him. Well, he stupidly let her go (6 months ago in Ian’s Dream Girl), Flash Redding quits on him. Imagine the shock on my face. You can’t right? Because that’s not the look on my face and hasn’t been. Flash quitting has been coming. But Ian was still a little stunned.Read More »

I, Porn Star by Zara Cox

This book is going to be discussed next month in one of my reading groups and I’m not sure why but I felt like I need to read it even before December rolled.

And I cannot bring myself to regret doing that. Read More »