Oh my, where do I start with this one?
When it’s an Original Sinners story, I know what I’m up against with Tiffany. But when it’s anything else… all cards are on the table. I’m always half scared, half anxious starting those.
The Lucky Ones is a ridiculously good story. Original, unique trope. The plot is the least expected thing ever, and the writing is, as always, superb. And let’s not forget the mindfuck. It’s there big time. Continue reading “The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz”
OMG I’m in love with Santino Hassell’s talented imagination. Sometimes NetGalley’s newsletters really do make me find gems.
First, I wish I knew of him when I lived in NYC. Hassell is one heck of an author. Secondly I’m going to read through his work slowly but surely. And lastly – yay for discovering another mucho talented male romance author.
My OCD makes me read books in order, so when I discovered Down by Contact is a second in a series, I grabbed myself a copy of Illegal Contact. Then I read it in one swoop (took a nap in between). Loooooooooved it, and then immediately fell into Down by Contact. And oh boy…. Continue reading “Down by Contact by Santino Hassell”
I’ve been on a Tamsen Parker binge ever since I read her first story in the Winter Rain anthology. Been waiting for the SIG series since she disclosed writing it and I’m storming each book that comes out. I think it’s her ability to write pretty much anything: MM, MF, FF, BDSM and whatnot. Maybe historical/regency? I’m challenging you, Tamsen.
Miles and Crash couldn’t be more different and more perfect for each other in every single aspect of life and romance. Continue reading “Seduction on the Slopes by Tamsen Parker”
I never thought we’d get Julian’s story, and the fact that we did is an amazing surprise for me. I loved it.
I loooooove Ellis Leigh’s writing, and I adore her Feral Breed wolves. Leigh created a great world for these characters, and managed to give each of them a unique personality in a way that made all of the different matches so perfect. Continue reading “Claiming Her Heart by Ellis Leigh”