You cannot possibly realize how long I’ve been waiting for this book. Unconsciously, since the time I read Personal Geography. At that time, I didn’t even know there was going to be a Rey story. Consciously, since December 2015. That’s when I met Tamsen Parker and we had a great few hours of dining, talking and walking around NYC.
I’m going to reread all six books in the Compass series, but not before I write my review of The Cartographer (cleverly titled book, might I add).
I’m still in denial over the fact that the series is complete. But what a way to end it. Yowza!
Rey is a character that’s involved in each and every story throughout the first five novels in the series. He’s India’s best friend and “trainer”, he’s the one most responsible for her ending up with Crispin, and he’s the most selfless character in the kink world I think I’ve ever read.
In TC we get glimpses of his childhood by way of explaining some of his considerations and decision making process in his line of work and in his personal life.
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It’s like I can’t get enough of this duo’s words. I absolutely love everything they co-write (also separately, but that’s besides the point.)
WAGs is one of those spin-off series that just perfectly keep the reader in that awesome world they love. And I do love the Toronto boys.
So after reading Good Boy, and enjoying Blakey’s HEA with J-Babe, It’s Matt Eriksson’s turn to get his heart mended after his ex-wife basically blew it to pieces.Read More »
Sigh… a pastor and a sex-shop owner. Match made in ironic heaven, right?
I’m actually not, and neither did Harper, our heroine 😉
Harper, the owner of Sin (Temperance Falls’s sex shop) has been playfully bantering with Noah, the young and handsome pastor at the church across the street.
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Who wants some swoony historical romance? Some classic bump and grind? All wrapped up in fluff?
Grab yourselves a copy of Where Have All the Scoundrels Gone by Donna Cummings. Here’s why:
Donna offered me a copy of this one, and believe me when I say it, I felt blessed. Her type of levity is just what I needed, and it was a great, light, fun read.Read More »