It’s been a while since I basically drank a book in one sitting and just couldn’t put it down. Laura Kaye seems to always deliver. There’s something in her storytelling that will draw you in and make you adore the characters.
While I know Laura Kaye’s characters always have that specific something that makes the story unique, that gives the plot that special attention from the reader, and in Blasphemy it’s always the new character into the world that’s the focus, here we have Hartley, who’s basically perfect. Continue reading “Theirs to Take by Laura Kaye”
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.
Ok, I didn’t LOL’d, I just really love this GIF. Continue reading “The Cartographer by Tamsen Parker”
Ruthie Knox is back BIG TIME!!!
I’ve been waiting forever for this book, any of her writing, actually, but this book especially. I didn’t even know what it’ll be about (only that it deals with Allie Fredericks) but I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. And then Ruthie gave us the best surprise and launched it as a double sequel. Double. Sequel.
What does that mean? Neville Chemberlain (About Last Night – a must read!!) has this brother that was trying to sabotage his relationship, remember? Well… said brother, Winston Chemberlain is our hero in Madly. Continue reading “Madly by Ruthie Knox”
I don’t know who I love more. Laura Kaye or her characters. I’m being serious here.
Mastering Her Senses is absolutely beautiful, every single word. Here’s why…
Quinton has been a favorite Master of Blasphemy since the first title in the series I’ve read. I absolutely loved him, his easygoing, attentive, gentle, observant and sensitive attitude. He’s had a key part in the previous two couples we’ve met, and he’s getting his own version of happy in Mastering Her Senses. Continue reading “Mastering Her Senses by Laura Kaye”