OMG OMG OMG I finished this last night and I can’t wait for get all my thoughts out. This story… it’s got a real chance in winning me over for best Tamsen Parker, over Craving Flight.
I must admit, I wasn’t sure what the time span this book would have. I mean, His Custody, a BDSM romance novel, kind of brings the LEGAL alert all blaring with lit marquee and stuff. But I’ve met Tamsen. I should’ve known she’ll do right by those characters.
But not before she wreaks havoc on their lives. Like, to the nth degree! Read More »
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. Read More »
After the first two novels in this incredibly emotional series, Free Fall, I’m honored to have had the opportunity to review Paint the Stars.
My thanks to both Christina Lee and Nyrae Dawn for providing me with the advance copy in exchange for my honest review.
Ezra has been a mystery to me since the first book, where Lucas and Gabriel were the focal pairing. Ezra, as Gabriel’s roommate, was incredible in both being annoying and supporting Gabe.
Then Ezra was Connor’s roomie, did his thing to support him, keeping to his weed smoking, broody tortured artist persona. His behavior never explained. But now… now we learn everything about him, his past, why he’s so closed off, why he’s basically a hermit.
Daevonte is incredible! One can’t not adore his cheery demeanor, his laid back personality and his vivacious and infectious behavior.Read More »
So it turns out that it’s been several years (almost 4 since I’ve read If You Stay, Pax and Mila’s story. My Peace, the continuation of that story, is live!
Right after a note from Courtney Cole, you’ll find my review.
Happy endings must be worked for.
Pax Tate used to be an effed up asshole, but you’d never know it now.
He’s got a sexy wife, their own little family, a cozy home, and a successful career.
Everything is perfect.
Until his past rears its ugly head.
Pax will do anything to protect his family,
even if he destroys himself in the process.
**BUY ON AMAZON **Read More »