If you’ve always been wondering about King’s proclivity to the BDSM lifestyle, well… this one is all for you.
This story’s focus is Lieutenant Kingsley Boissonneault, a 24-year-old French military intelligence officer who is living the life pretending to be an American writer in Paris. Can you imagine King living as that?
The story’s plot is inspired by the novel Story of O, a little. It’s actually the bible of a cult that is at the center of The Chateau. Continue reading “The Chateau by Tiffany Reisz”
This is the 3rd “installment” in the Rogue Series which basically deals with political resistance and fighting for what’s right. With today’s political climate, it’s both needed and frustratingly romantic.
I’m not sure I loved the first story as I was meant to. Continue reading “Rogue Hearts Compilation”
So guys, I have issues with this book. I’ll tell you what they are in a minute. Keep reading…
Thomas tells a really beautiful story, eloquently told, exceptionally well written, about a young woman, a drifter, just like her father was. Jillian James is following her father’s records in an attempt to find him. She grew up a drifter right along with him, until she was legally an adult, and then was left on her own, presumably after being taught exactly how to take care of herself. Continue reading “Mornings on Main by Jodi Thomas”
I believe I’ve read almost everything Michelle Leighton has written, and her latest release, The Dandelion, is one more. Only this one she’s releasing under her full name.
The cover is gorgeous. Dandelions are fascinating and cute, and they represent childhood to me.
I think for half the book my heart was aching. The other half it was aching and I was crying my eyes out. Continue reading “The Dandelion by Michelle Leighton”