Title: Ruthless Kings (Windsor Academy #2) Author: Laura Lee Genre: High School Bully Romance Release Date: 30 July 2020
In a world filled with secrets, lies, and cruelty, only the strongest will survive.
I’m living proof of that.
But being left for dead has made me question everything I thought I knew.
I want to believe I have allies in these ruthless games, but the more truths I unravel, the more twisted and tangled the web becomes.
And the deeper I fall down the rabbit hole, the more determined I am to bring them down.
*RUTHLESS KINGS is book 2 in the Windsor Academy series and cannot be read as a standalone. It is a dark high school bully romance that may contain triggers for sensitive readers. Due to mature content, it is recommended for readers 17+ only.
Title: The Virgin Gift Author: Lauren Blakely Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Date: December 01, 2019
THE VIRGIN GIFT, the second book in The Gift Series, an erotic series of standalones, by #1 New York Times Bestselling author Lauren Blakely, is a red-hot, panty-melting exploration of all sorts of fantasies and it’s coming to Kindle Unlimited and audio on DECEMBER 2nd!! Ebook will be 99¢ on release day only!
“Another winner! You won’t want to put Nina and Adam’s story down. And just wait until you see what number eleven is on Nina’s list…”
Sarina Bowen, USA Today bestselling author of Moonlighter
I might be a virgin, but I know what I want in bed. It’s just that I haven’t found him yet.
I am voluntarily reviewing this reader copy of Wolf Bride.
Tudor Era novels. I don’t have a good reason for not reading them, I just always think I don’t like them. Maybe it’s the tv show tripping me up. Anne Boylan wasn’t really a good friend to anyone, so maybe I always think she mucked up an entire Age. I pass these books by, after reading Wolf Bride I have a fresh palate and Elizabeth Moss has inspired me.
This book is steamy to the nth. Definitely 5 Steamies out of 5 and also NSFW. Continue Reading
Simona: Why don’t we do a post about our favorite novels of 2015? Ali: I was thinking about doing that with some authors. Maybe we could do our 2015 and then I can do anticipated books for 2016? Simona:Let’s do it! Ali:How will we do it? Simona: I don’t know.
Daughter of the Earth and Sky picks up where Persephone left off.
There wasn’t that much of a cliffhanger between the first two of books, but there was still some suspense that got unraveled in the course of the second book, flowing right into a MAJOR cliffhanger to the third installment, The Iron Queen – which sounds to me more Celtic, fairy inspired than Greek. Continue Reading
I call this book Kaidan is Sexy because Sweet Temptation does it no justice.
It is always interesting to see the other side of stories.
In the vein of Jamie McGuire’s Walking Disaster, or Christine Zoldenz’s Scars and Songs, Wendy Higgins has given us the guy perspective of her series. Sometimes, like in the instance of Travis Maddox, it is very hard to reconcile the guy the heroine saw and fell in love with and the dude in his own book. Travis is not charming in Walking Disaster, he’s rather skeevy. I couldn’t like him as he was in his own tale; although it was a perfect example of TWO accounts being told of one story. But Kaidan Rowe is relatable and easy to love in Sweet Temptation as he was to Anna. His weaknesses and darkness becomes apparent while keeping him palatable, and desirable even. I am still in love with this lust puppy after seeing the world through his eyes. Continue Reading
Sourcebooks will be releasing Renee Collins new epic romance novel Until We Meet Again in November this year. The romantic love story that spans two lifetimes, and soul mates finding one another not once but twice, sounds fantastic and I can’t wait to read it. I have high hopes that I might be able to get an ARC and review it ahead of time because November is just too far away!
“You shan’t judge a book by its cover”.
You hear that a lot – not necessarily in Bible-speech or in a way that makes use of archaic yet elegant “shan’t” – but this is a sentence that everybody has heard at least once in their life.
Wether it’s applied to people or to actual books, I’ve often found this to be very true.
Some books are like those carnivore plants in the jungle: beautiful to look at, lethal when you get near them.