Oh if I could have had a king size bar of James Reid back in the day, I’d have been socially acceptable in college. I had my own problems in my hay-days but my hazy days were not as bad as Fiona’s hazing days. It’s a long story… well actually it’s a book, but in a short summary: Fiona has decided that she is going to burn away the girl she once was in a blaze of glory in this new life known to all the normal people as higher education. At a concert where she is trying to push her way to the front row she encounters a great looking dude who challenges her rather devil-may-care stare with a try-me-sweet-thing look. This explodes into a fiery passionate hot time, in which Fiona finds herself in a locked closet with a stranger having the hottest sex of her life. Later to learn that he is the prize that she is not allowed to touch, talk to, know, acknowledge, look at, think of, or remember having ever having met due to the rules her sorority, Phi Delta Chi, have for winning a date with his magnificence with at the end of the year.
There is just one problem. James doesn’t want her to forget their interlude and he has no intention of letting her. Again, a problem I’d have given good money for during my days at Penn State. Continue Reading
I have a soft spot for college romances… most of mine weren’t worthy of putting crayon to paper but I love hearing people tell me of their cray-cray years in college when they sowed their oats, hops, and every other agricultural metaphor in use to say they ran wild in the sheets! I had a special sort of wild since I was bipolar and stupid–it made me a brilliant artwork of self destruction. I was a beautiful place to visit but you had to be nucking futs to live with me. So I think I love New Adult Romances because now I’m medicated and I can read these and go, “Is that how it was supposed to go? Well, shit!”
L.A. Rose is a beautiful place to visit and I would like to live here! I’ve read the second book in this place, James Games and I have Icy Pretty Love which I haven’t read but I highly doubt will be anything less than delicious. Why is L.A. Rose a locale that is so fine? I am a self-medicator where books are concerned. I like books that pull me out of my head and take me somewhere with a little less mental and usually the ones that make me laugh get extra mileage. The start to finish L.A. Rose owns it with this book. It’s not a surface story where you are hearing something being told… she is an amazekittens storyteller that brings you into that warm, funny, awkward, smexy space where you aren’t flipping pages–you have melded a little with Cleo Reynolds and you are feeling her hesitations, hearing her whisper her reminders in your own ears, and your heart is pounding when she is talking out that next love scene to Adrian. L.A. Rose is just that damn good! Continue Reading
To celebrate the release of Ju Ephraime’s fourth LaCasse novel, Rhapsody in Paris, she and her friends are having a giveaway! Ju’s LaCasse family has seen 3 romances before this one and now Franchesca LaCasse is about to me her happily-ever-after and you can help Ju find a little happiness as well. Please take a moment to enter the giveaway and then follow the links to purchase the LaCasse novels from Amazon! Enter the giveaway and you can win the books of S.E. Felida, Izzibella Beau, Tory Richards and Amazon Gift Cards up to $50. You don’t want to miss out on these great rewards! Good Luck!
Ju Ephraime has released her fourth installment of her LaCasse Series, Rhapsody in Paris. A budding romance begins between Franchesca LaCasse when a chance fall delivers the rare beauty to the feet of Damon Dumont on her normal run. Damon can’t help but follow the fiery red head to the emergency center since he might have to get checked out for the racing heart and shortness of breath meeting Franchesca has brought on for him. Is there a relief for fascination? Damon doesn’t think he wants to bother with the cure.
Sometimes free books should cost millions of dinero… I don’t know do dinero have a decent value? Perhaps I should say millions of pounds, because the English pound is very high in value and this book is AMAZEKITTENS! It should cost you the price of a small, gorgeous island where you can drink endless mai-tais and sun bathe naked without fear of skin cancer. All hail Mimi Jean Pamfiloff because she has just become Queen of the Universe’s Best Library and Literary Babe of the Year! Fate Book was the best cost-me-nothing book that I’ve bought in the last few months. I’m not exaggerating, despite my enthusiasm–it’s just my natural state to be overly dramatic. Continue Reading
Hey guys! Sara Wolf here. I’ve written a lot of books before Lovely Vicious, but it’s only now that I realized people might want to read them!
So I’d like to introduce FEAR ME NOT, a Young Adult Sci-Fi about aliens, and the girl who’s signed up to the feed them with her emotions, since they don’t eat regular food like we do. Victoria is a messed up girl trying to help her broken family, and Shadus is a lone-wolf alien prince with nothing to go back to. Together, they forge a friendship (and maybe more!) amid a lot of hate and racial tension. But there are people, and aliens, who’d do anything to keep them apart. It’s very much a Romeo and Juliet type of story, but with a 1960’s desegregation vibe, and space lasers, of course. I hope you enjoy it!
Tijan’s giving the Tijanettes a long awaited treat all the sweeter than the kazillion sugary candy pieces she has been leaving a trail of through her sexy forest of moody stories and addictive characters. Mason is the prequel to the Fallen Crest novels and introduces us to the babe that steals Sam’s heart, and gives all of us Kade thirsty Tijanettes a look into the world through his pretty eyes. Mmmm. Mmmm. Mason. I’m pretty sure this novella is going to make panties dance and hearts moisten.
I mentioned a few weeks ago that I have been remiss in my YA book reading. I happened to find Brittany DeLys requesting reviewers for Just A Touch on Goodreads and I liked the description of this story. I lucked out because she was looking for ten reviewers and I think from the look of the amount of people who had replied to the post, I snuck in under the wire. I guess you could say I had a “touch” of luck.
…I know! I agree with you! I don’t know why I always go for the obvious puns. It’s an automatic thing. I blame something chromosomal!
Gabriel Dern is a grouchy, unhappy, insecure, and lonely man. The accident he had when he was a teen has made the last fifteen years of his life years that were spent exiled from the community his sister wants him to be part of. He can stay home and feel less alone than he does when he joins the real world and people begin to stare and whisper the word “freak” behind their hands. He likes being by himself on his farm. So when his sister, Lacey, interferes and moves a stranger into the guest house not only is it beyond what he can tolerate, but the new tenants pretty face, easy going, clumsy as all hell personality keeps drawing him to her like she’s candy and he has a sweet tooth. And Gabe already has scars; he doesn’t need cavities.
The long awaited third installment of A. Meredith Walters’ Bad Rep Trilogy, Seductive Chaos, will be released early this summer and she has just revealed the cover of the novel that will tell the topsy turvy love story of Cole Brandt and Vivian Baily. You will know Cole to be the lead singer from Generation Rejects, the local band that plays at nearby college bars and has been able to claim members Jordan Levitt and Garrett Bellows from the previous books, Bad Rep and Perfect Regret. Personally, I think the band is misnamed and should have been called Masturbation Objects.