I think this one is my favorite of the Temperance Falls stories.
Connor and Lola are perfect for each other. Connor with his kind heart (and his obvious insane attraction to Lola) and Lola – a sweet young woman following her heart, and realizing quitting her current profession is the right thing to do in order to achieve what she deserves.Read More »
I’m was very conflicted about this book. It’s a mindfuck, that’s a given, as per Reisz’s unique style, but it’s more. It’s fantastical in a subtle way, it’s kinky in a very not subtle way, it’s blunt and explicit and extremely well written.
Mona’s art gallery, The Red, which she inherited from her mother and promised to do “everything in her power” to save and keep, is going under. Fast. But then a mysterious, handsome stranger shows up after closing and makes her an offer she can’t (I mean, I guess she can) refuse. A night of kinky passion once a month or so for a year, and he’ll make sure the gallery is saved.Read More »
I’ve read the first book in the Sorensen Family series and love it. I didn’t actually realize Her Surprise Engagement is part of the series, but now that I do, I’m definitely going back to reading books 2&3.
Daisy Sorensen has been having a tough couple of years since her husband left her for a younger version. His debts and life’s hardship fell all on her, along with being a single mom to their three children. So when she’s finally starting to stabilize her life, still far from having all she’s ever wanted (be a business owner, particularly, a bakery owner) she learns her no good ex has gone back on his promise to the kids to take them to Disneyland. Not one to disappoint her children, she gets an offer from her sister in law to enjoy the family’s lake house.Read More »
Sometimes there are authors you can’t help but read. And Christina Lee is one of them. I have always loved her storytelling and every time my addiction is reaffirmed. Regret is one of those stories you know will stay with you, and it has. It’s a beautiful take on tragedy and healing.
I wonder how many of us experience something so profoundly and it leaves such a lasting (sometimes negative) impression on their lives that they truly regret their role in it. Read More »