I wasn’t sure it was possible, but I loved Deacon and Ana’s story a lot more than I did Ashwin’s.
Thanks, Kit Rocha, for providing the advanced copy to read and enjoy. xoxo
Oh how I loved this one. Ok, let me tell you why.
Giden’s Riders are famously known throughout the sectors (and beyond) as incredible fighters, as amazingly devoted and loyal group of soldiers. The Riders put their lives on the line every day, willingly, welcomingly, knowing their sacrifice ensures the safety of their sector. Continue reading “Deacon by Kit Rocha”
I know I’ve said it about the previous book, but this one takes the bank. It’s my favorite so far. And this is why…
Ok, so take a young man, who’s life has always been unsure. He’s left his home town to try and find himself, his place in life. He’s always been close to his family, and now in his 20’s and in need of cash, whores himself out. Fine, whores himself is too blunt. He takes on a phone sex line and pleasures women. Or men. Continue reading “Sinful Distraction by London Hale”
I was sure the entire series would deal with Paradise “drop-outs” but it’s not. This time we’re getting two whole new characters. Caleb and Josh’s tenant in their new house.
I love how Sarina Bowen builds her characters. Always so complex and inspiring.
Axel and Cax have known each other since they were eight years old, during diocese activities. They also both knew they were gay, and both enjoyed each other’s company . But when each discovered the truth about the other and act on it, their lives as they known it are over. Well, as over as they can be for 16 year olds. Continue reading “Hello Forever by Sarina Bowen”
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. Continue reading “Regret by Christina Lee”