Review: Luca’s Lessons by Deana Birch and Amelia Foster

Luca’s Lessons is a contemporary BDSM erotic romance that tantalizes the reader with a slow-moving plot and well-rounded characters. With class, it follows the teacher-student trope. From the beginning, I was treated to an Italian Dom who had ethics, who knew when to step back, and when to be firm. In short, I loved this […]

Review: Folsom by Tarryn Fisher and Willow Aster

This dystopian love story is the first book in the End of Men series. It is addictive and thrilling–the type of book that hooks you in and you can’t stop. I have labeled it a dystopian love story rather than a dystopian romance for a reason; it doesn’t have a happy ending. I scoffed at […]

Review: Magic Bite and your thoughts on books in Kindle Unlimited

What can I say about this paranormal romance comedy, the first book in the Supernatural Bounty Hunter series? Funny? Easy to read? Hopelessly romantic? It’s all those things. This book by Leia Stone and Lucia Ashta had me glued to this book from the first page. I love Evie Black and her sidekick imp partner, […]

Review: Hardest Fall by Juliette Cross

Hardest Fall is the third book in The Dominion Series. The way Cross pits the lovers against each other represents one of the most thrilling aspects of this book. The angst contrasts with the hero (Xander) and heroine’s (Bone) attraction. I also love that the dystopian setting doesn’t feel depressing. It feels like a ray […]

Review: Dark Sentinel by Christine Feehan

This sexy paranormal romance from Christine Feehan doesn’t disappoint. With a saucepot-wielding heroine to a Carpathian hero who claims her as his lifemate, I was thoroughly engrossed in Dark Sentinel. Tariq and Charlotte reappear in this book too. I think there are things I might have missed in Dark Carousel, so it was great to […]