Save Me: a Stepbrother Romance by Bella Scully
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Mmm Cal Gatlin, I’ll have a dozen and keep them coming.
This is probably one of the most mature YA/NA books I’ve had. Great enjoyment to read. It’s basically teen erotica and my nineteen year old sister is not old enough to read it yet. Hell, I might not be mature enough to read it.
But I do definitely love it.
This is the good girl gone crazy for a bad boy with a heart of gold. He also has a potty mouth with a tendency to say dirty, dirty things. And he has a reputation that only a girlfriend in love could make light of. Continue Reading
Resisting the Rebel by Lisa Brown Roberts
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
What do you call a book that you have a major thing for? Is it my love bookfriend? Or should I go with the classic and say that I want to marry it? Cool? That works. ‘Cause I do! I want to marry this book!
Lisa Brown Roberts totally sucked me into this book with her super comfortable characters. The atmosphere and personalities flow so seamlessly that you won’t notice how much time has passed before you are turning the last page. With a flooded market it feels that snappy, sassy, realistic teen romances are harder to find. Organically driven plot lines and engaging dialogue often are sacrificed for higher word counts creating these exposition heavy stories. I love when my stories are told to me by showing me what has happened and not told to me as a summary. When done properly you get an epic and worthy book.
Hello Epic and Worthy Book, I am your bride. Continue Reading
Being Green by Cynthia Sax
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This is a short story in the Cyborg Sizzle series telling the story of Green, Shelby and the wilting Windy. Back in Releasing Rage it was established that Green’s best friend was his plant Windy and she had saved him when he was at his lowest. Green was concerned because she was in need of repair. After being threatened to be jettisoned into space, a shuttling that she survived, Windy has been suffering a speedy extinction. Continue Reading
I am one of those people who fails to be impressed by anything that should be easy but becomes too difficult. Having a ebook that begins by giving you two chapters, and then sticking another book in the middle is a bad. To clarify: the second chapter gives you a link to the end of the ebook where Zach, the book, picks back up. I am lazy as hell in my daily life and traditional as all get out in book formatting; clicking that one extra button dropped this review a full star. Continue Reading
I liked all the Until books by Aurora Rose Reynolds, I mean the original ones. I had a lot of problems with Asher because so many times he boarded on obsessive and abusive. Nico and Trevor I was totally on board with. As I read Until July I realized that Cash left no impression at all. Sorry, Cash, but maybe there is hope for me remembering your progeny. Continue Reading
This is a bit of a Beauty and the Beast story. Lord Harte, Avenell Slade, has dealt with a rather desperate affliction all his life. He has a medical condition that makes his skin so sensitive that it is painful to be touched by another. Initially he searches out the help of Madam Pendragon, a brothel owner with an iron glove. Pendragon enforces discretion and punishes loose tongues; no one would dare gossip that Lord Harte has been serviced by her brothel in anyway, much less rumor a health issue. One doesn’t mess with the steely madam, she’s cunningly intelligent and not afraid to play Eve over Adam. Poor Adam.
ATTENTION ATTENTION, TO FANS OF PHILIPPA GREGORY: YOU’RE GOING TO ENJOY THIS!
(A standalone novel)
A Contemporary Romance novel
New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author Vi Keeland Continue Reading