Monday, 22 May 2017

Review: Set Me Free

Set Me Free Set Me Free by M.R. Leahy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a very dark read, but a compelling one. This story revolves around a child sex slave school, where children are being taught how to please their future buyer.
This story follows little 10 year old Emmalyn whose own mother puts her there, telling her father doesn’t want her anymore. When she taken to slaves’ quarters she shares a room with a twelve child year old boy Kodah who looks after her and helps her through the nightmare that never ends.
This book follows the two until Emmalyn is sixteen and auctioned and bought by the mysterious Drifter. This book is not for the faint of heart, it deals with child abuse. It is an absolving read and it finishes on a more positive note. Book two is coming soon and I can’t wait to find out what happens and to read their HEA


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Review: Set Us Free

Set Us Free Set Us Free by M.R. Leahy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

O MY GOD I have just finished book 2, and I’m blown away. When Emmalyn lost her memory after thinking Kodah was dead I was devastated. When meet every one five years later, and the girls were living in Drifter’s house in Texas. He is gradually trying to guide Emma to California to find her future and her past.
Before Emmi leaves for California she resolves to speak to her shadow that turns up once a month on 26 of every month. We know its Kodah checking on her, she knows deep down he means her no harm.
I don’t want to spoil this for you so I will say everything happens in California, and I was riveted and I read the book in one go. I can’t recommend this enough, but Bk 1 needs to be read first. This deals with sensitive subject matter, but ends with a HEA for the main couple.
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Review: Set Us Free

Set Us Free Set Us Free by M.R. Leahy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a very dark read, but a compelling one. This story revolves around a child sex slave school, where children are being taught how to please their future buyer.
This story follows little 10 year old Emmalyn whose own mother puts her there, telling her father doesn’t want her anymore. When she taken to slaves’ quarters she shares a room with a twelve child year old boy Kodah who looks after her and helps her through the nightmare that never ends.
This book follows the two until Emmalyn is sixteen and auctioned and bought by the mysterious Drifter. This book is not for the faint of heart, it deals with child abuse. It is an absolving read and it finishes on a more positive note. Book two is coming soon and I can’t wait to find out what happens and to read their HEA


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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Review: Dating-ish

Dating-ish Dating-ish by Penny Reid
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I reviewed on behalf of Book Addict.live,
I must say I fell in love with the Mad AI scientist Matt, and Marie the journalist that had given on dating, especially after going on a date to meet a mature bearded man who is her perfect match, and meets someone else completely. At first Marie finds Matt irritating, but gradually he starts to grow on her.
Marie (one of our knitting crew) and Matt (previously met and adored) come together in a story that is romantic and heartfelt and smart and funny. Dating-ish is a book that will speak to and appeal to a large audience. Anyone who has ever felt the very real pressure and struggle of dating will commiserate with an exasperated Marie.
The unrealistic expectations for both men and women seeking companionship will feel a kinship with both Matt and Marie. The adventures of dating and the alternatives to them are explored in this book. Marie is looking for her right person, and you will be cheering for nerdy, adorable Matt along the way.
Knitting in the City fans will get more glimpses into the group and what has been happening since the last book in the series. Dating-ish really shows the depth and the progression of their friendships and how they have branched out to include their partners as well. Dating-ish is a real winner for me, and I can’t recommend enough.
At times I was laughing out loud, my husband was quite jealous. This is a witty and sexy book. A must read for fans of Penny Reid.
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Review: Duke of Manhattan

Duke of Manhattan Duke of Manhattan by Louise Bay
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I reviewed for book Addict live,
Well Louise Bay has done it again, kept me glued to my Kindle from start to finish. I fell in love with Ryder he was a great book boyfriend. A real gentleman in and out of the bedroom. Another addition to her stable her wonderful romantic comedies. We have Scarlett on a night out with her sister. Still miserable with her poste divorce dating and all the boring men she was dating. When her sister encourages her to have a one night stand.
Violet dares her to speak to the hottie at the bar, who is Ryder the attraction is mutual and the sex is off the charts. Neither party expecting to meet the next day in the Boardroom.
Scarlett needs investment in her business, but Ryder’s want to buy them out, unable to reach a compromise of the Business. When Ryder’s Grandfather the Duke has a bad fall, and he finds out some unwanted news. The only way out is to marry so he can inherit The Dukedom and save his business that he built from the ground up.
They make a different kind of compromise, and you can guess the rest.
I love this story it was entertaining with some hot steamy sex thrown, and I can’t wait for the Audio Edition so I can enjoy it all again. This was definitely a five star for me.
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Sunday, 7 May 2017

Review: Her Alien Masters

Her Alien Masters Her Alien Masters by Renee Rose
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I reviewed for Book Addict live, 3.5 stars
Mira survived the horrific crash that had inadvertently killed the innocent inhabitants of the planet Pra’kir, facing a possible death sentence along with her four other shipmates. There is no hope of ever returning to Earth, the spaceship exploded the lives of several innocent inhabitants lost, which in turn has led to a very resentful population.
Waiting in prison Mira had anticipated a possible death sentence being requested by the families of those Pra’kirian killed when the spaceship crashed and exploded. She is astounded to discover that she and the four other shipmates are to be “fostered” into society, enabling them to give back their service within their appointed placements for the term of their individual lives.
Mira is placed with the family of three orphaned girls, currently being cared for by their totally unprepared twin uncles, their mother had been killed when her ship crashed and exploded. Within this placement she is to be fostered and disciplined by either of both Jakk and Gav’n, these two enormous HUNKS never shy from their responsibility, often coming up with their own ingenious ideas. They know if they can’t make Mira to submit to the local ways, she can be taken away from them.
Mira, a trained engineer accepts that she will never return to earth, she initially thought caring for three children would be hard however she has quickly started to care for each of them a great deal. The punishments are harder to handle, however the benefits implemented by these two gorgeous hunks more than make up for it in the sex dept. It’s great addition to the series the characters were larger than life, there was plenty of love, laughter, tears and discipline along with some amazing sexiness that will hold any readers imagination I enjoyed the book, and it was a quick easy read. Even though this number 3,it can be read as a standalone
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Thursday, 4 May 2017

Review: The Tempest

The Tempest The Tempest by Brit Constantine
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I reviewed this book on behalf of Book Addict live,
I really did enjoy following Lenic and Felicity’s story. I like how Felicity is a vlogger and we get into her head a bit when she sees an opportunity for a video. Felicity’s character really made me laugh at times.
But deep down you can tell both Lenic and Felicity have something dark in their history. We don’t find the reason until later in the book.
 I like how the story goes beyond the viral video of Lenic in the shower.
I was bit confused at first with the chapter titles, because the author quotes the characters. The book starts in Lenic’s perspective, in the prologue, but then the entire book follows Felicity’s perspective. I thought it was switching back and forth because the chapter headings had the characters’ name beneath the quote, but I caught on eventually.
Lenic’s perspective does come back later on in the book, and I like how he is portrayed.  I managed to overlook those details and I remained focus on knowing the story, learning more about the characters. At times I couldn’t stop my imagination going Viral especially the charity car wash event with Lenic’s friends stripped to the waist


I will say there is a lot of sex in this story, but it was used to show the growing intimacies in and out bed. All in all an enjoyable read, I loved the epilogues. It was a very intense relationship with an HEA
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Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Review: Resurrecting Hope

Resurrecting Hope Resurrecting Hope by Jane Anthony
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I reviewed this book for Book Addict.live,

Wow! What an amazing book! I was hooked from the beginning to the end! Once I started I couldn't put it down! Resurrecting Hope is hot, sexy, and heartbreaking and will keep you on the edge of your seat!
We see Hope’s previous life through her journal entries, and begin to feel her fear.
Hank Lawless definitely did not disappoint! Hank is an alpha male that's tough and very good with his hands, he's sweet and loving and so deliciously hot!!!
Hope Moon is a sweet and kind single mom that's guarded and righty so! The pain and suffering she experienced from her mobster husband just broke my heart. The chemistry between Hank and Hope is so sexy and passionate it will leave you swooning and begging for more. This is Jane Anthony's first dark romance and in my opinion she nailed it! Jane you are amazing!!! I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves an amazing read with dark subject, which Hank and Hope overcome to get a second chance and their HEA. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.


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Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Review: All About the D

All About the D All About the D by Lex Martin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have reviewed this book for Book Addict live,
WOW what I can say about the D, I thought it was hilarious and so topical because you see interesting blogs happening all the time. I thought Josh and Evie were great together you could feel the rapport between then, as well as the sparks. They had fun together and the relationship felt right. If you enjoy a romantic comedy with a completely different slant then this is for you. I thoroughly enjoyed it. After I finished reading I had a big smile on my face.

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Review: Bombshell

Bombshell Bombshell by C.D. Reiss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I reviewed this for Book Addict Live,
This is an addition to the original review, I listened to the Audio edition and it was great. I thoroughly recommend.
We first met Brad and Cara at the West Side Nannies,Cara supporting her friend Blakely who was being interviewed for a new position. When “BRING THE WET ONES” the call for anyone looking after children. Cara's meeting with Nicole is when she had pooped herself out of fear of being left with strangers. Cara manages to care and clean the child. Then Brad an A list Superstar who is used to getting his own way hires Cara and Blakely to look after his little girl.
Little Nicole immediately takes a shine to Cara and so does Brad. He falls for her from the beginning, but Cara plays by the rules especially after what happened to Blakely. This book is great, the Bombshell from the title is Nicole a 5 year old that has been sent to live with her father after her mother dies. Brad is still in a state of shock not knowing anything about children.
I loved this story, the relationship between Brad, Nicole and Cara was wonderful to watch develop, I can’t recommend this book enough. Come and enjoy another winner from CD Reiss. I’ve already ordered the Audio edition on May 1st, so I can enjoy it all over again.
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Review: Sonora: And The Eye of the Titans

Sonora: And The Eye of the Titans Sonora: And The Eye of the Titans by T.S. Hall
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I This first book of a series, so there was a lot of world building so there is a lot to take in and a lot we still need to discover, but Sonora and the Eye of the Titans sets everything up nicely and I am already in the “I need to know what happens next” mode.
I really liked our 4 main characters Allora, Katie, Dax, and Tanner as well as the secondary ones in the form of the adults. A part of me wanted to kick Allora and Tanner’s asses in gear, I mean really but I guess that opens up the story into more interesting moments between the two.
As usual, I am not going to share too much of the plot because I want you to read the book; and where would the fun be if I made it all easy for you all.
I think the story line is really interesting and original as I tend to love any sort of twists to my favourite old myths and this baby right here fits the bill. I am going to highly recommend it and hope that the next book in the series is available soon as I am an impatient one!
I am keeping my eyes out for this series and for anything that Travis will come up with. as the series has wonderful potential and what matters is what happens next.
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Monday, 1 May 2017

Review: Bombshell

Bombshell Bombshell by C.D. Reiss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I reviewed this for Book Addict Live,
We first met Brad and Cara at the West Side Nannies,Cara supporting her friend Blakely who was being interviewed for a new position. When “BRING THE WET ONES” the call for anyone looking after children. Cara's meeting with Nicole is when she had pooped herself out of fear of being left with strangers. Cara manages to care and clean the child. Then Brad an A list Superstar who is used to getting his own way hires Cara and Blakely to look after his little girl.
Little Nicole immediately takes a shine to Cara and so does Brad. He falls for her from the beginning, but Cara plays by the rules especially after what happened to Blakely. This book is great, the Bombshell from the title is Nicole a 5 year old that has been sent to live with her father after her mother dies. Brad is still in a state of shock not knowing anything about children.
I loved this story, the relationship between Brad, Nicole and Cara was wonderful to watch develop, I can’t recommend this book enough. Come and enjoy another winner from CD Reiss. I’ve already ordered the Audio edition on May 1st, so I can enjoy it all over again.
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Review: Bombshell

Bombshell Bombshell by C.D. Reiss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I reviewed this for Book Addict Live,
We first met Brad and Cara at the West Side Nannies,Cara supporting her friend Blakely who was being interview for a new position. When “BRING THE WET ONES” the call for anyone looking after children. Cara's meeting with Nicole is when she had pooped herself out of fear of being left with strangers. Cara manages to care and clean the child. Then Brad an A list Superstar who is used to getting his own way hires Cara and Blakely to look after his little girl.
Little Nicole immediately takes a shine to Cara and so does Brad. He falls for her from the beginning, but Cara plays by the rules especially after what happened to Blakely. This book is great, the Bombshell from the title is Nicole a 5 year old that has been sent to live with her father after her mother dies. Brad is still in a state of shock not knowing anything about children.
I loved this story, the relationship between Brad, Nicole and Cara was wonderful to watch develop, I can’t recommend this book enough. Come and enjoy another winner from CD Reiss. I’ve already ordered the Audio edition on May 1st, so I can enjoy it all over again.
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Sunday, 30 April 2017

Review: Bombshell

Bombshell Bombshell by C.D. Reiss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I reviewed this for Book Addict Live,
We first met Brad and Cara at the West Side Nannies,Cara supporting her friend Blakely who was being interview for a new position. When “BRING THE WET ONES” the call for anyone looking after children. The meeting with Nicole is when she had pooped herself out of fear of being left with strangers. Cara manages to care and clean the child. Then Brad an A list Superstar who is used to getting his own way hires Cara and Blakely to look after his little girl.
Little Nicole immediately takes a shine to Cara and so does Brad. He falls for from the beginning, but Cara plays by the rules especially after what happened to Blakely. This book is great, the Bombshell from the title is Nicole a 5 year old that has been sent to live with her father after her mother dies. Brad is still in a state of shock not knowing anything about children.
I loved this story, the relationship between Brad, Nicole and Cara was wonderful to watch develop, I can’t recommend this book enough. Come and enjoy another winner from CD Reiss. I’ve already ordered the Audio edition on May 1st, so I can enjoy it all over again.
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Review: Dirty Filthy Rich Men

Dirty Filthy Rich Men Dirty Filthy Rich Men by Laurelin Paige
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a fantastic audio book , it kept me gripped from start to finish. Review to come

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Review: Faking It with Damian

Faking It with Damian Faking It with Damian by D.J. Hunnam
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I reviewed this book on behalf of Book Addict live.
I absolutely fell in love with Damian, I thought he was great and I want to keep him. This story is set in the workplace where the sparks were flying between Damian and Janice.
The only thing I couldn’t get over is Janice being so cold with him, I know it warmed up, but I couldn’t warm up to her character. It maybe because I want her man.
I really enjoyed this really sexy romance, there was plenty of other things going on with Damian and Janice that kept me reading straight through in one seating. If you love a hot romance with plenty to get your teeth into this is the book for you.
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Review: Harmful Rush: A Remedy Stand-Alone Novel

Harmful Rush: A Remedy Stand-Alone Novel Harmful Rush: A Remedy Stand-Alone Novel by Debra Doxer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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Harmful Rush is the first book I have read by Debra Doxer and won’t be the last. Although set in the Remedy world, it can be read as a standalone.
I have to say this book had surprises, I just imagined a girl goes to college meets cute guy with the usual angst. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Skylark Samuels is a girl with a secret, a secret that was exposed during a shooting at her school. Skylark goes to college away from home until things quieten down and it’s the best thing she did.
This is a book I really enjoyed, it was different in many respects, but Sky and Dylan were great together and she saves him in more ways than one. This was a love story with the paranormal thrown in, which combined made an enjoyable mixture. I also loved Trevor and Maggie they made me smile.
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Monday, 24 April 2017

Review: The Bohemian and the Businessman

The Bohemian and the Businessman The Bohemian and the Businessman by Katy Regnery
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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This is a lovely story about Priscilla, the wild arty sister and a straight-laced Shane who she teases all the time when she worked at her father’s company.
When she comes home from Paris desperately needing help, the only one she can turned to is Shane. They have an agreement a marriage of convenience, for a year to get her inheritance, and Shane should get his promotion.
Nothing goes to plan as Priscilla and Shane discover when they become engaged. As more secrets are spilled, the attraction has become more real every day. As usual I loved this book from Katy Regnery, lots of romance with a hot hunks and strong heroines. This story just flowed and was a beautiful read.
Now I can’t wait for the other Story Sisters to get HEA.
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Review: Unfinished Night: The Complete Duet

Unfinished Night: The Complete Duet Unfinished Night: The Complete Duet by Violet Duke
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I reviewed this book for Book Addict Live,
I have reviewed as two Books to keep the story straight.
Before That Night Book one
This was a very emotional read, pulling you into the story and play on your heartstrings.

We meet Addison as she go for a job, so she keep looking after siblings Kylie and Tanner. I should say second job, as she has a part time one that doesn’t pay enough. Addison just needs to buy time so she can save and then on her 21st birthday, then apply for custody for her siblings. While working the late shift at diner where a lot of cops come before and shifts as it is near police station. This is where she meets Caine, and they become friendly, but as the months pass this changes into something more.
I loved this book it made me cry like a baby. I was devastated at the end even though I knew there was a second book going in.
Book 2
Every night without you

We pick up the many years later and Addison moved back to the area with a different identity, and manager of a centre for the homeless halfway house. Helping family become part a community learning to help each other. Caine is driving as he spots Addison and follows her back to the centre.
We find nothing has changed with the reason she left, but Cain and Addison decide to fight the stalker together this time. It was great to meet her siblings much older selves. This book was so heartfelt I was crying and laughing loving Caine so much for his devotion to Addison. These both books are emotional and you just get pulled into the story. If you love romance with suspense and intrigue with HEA then this is for you.
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Review: Unfinished Night: The Complete Duet

Unfinished Night: The Complete Duet Unfinished Night: The Complete Duet by Violet Duke
My rating: 0 of 5 stars

I reviewed this book for Book Addict Live,
Before That Night Book one
This was a very emotional read, pulling you into the story and play on your heartstrings.

We meet Addison as she go for a job, so she keep looking after siblings Kylie and Tanner. I should say second job, as she has a part time one that doesn’t pay enough. Addison just needs to buy time so she can save and then on her 21st birthday, then apply for custody for her siblings. While working the late shift at diner where a lot of cops come before and shifts as it is near police station. This is where she meets Caine, and they become friendly, but as the months pass this changes into something more.
I loved this book it made me cry like a baby. I was devastated at the end even though I knew there was a second book going in.
Book 2
Every night without you

We pick up the many years later and Addison moved back to the area with a different identity, and manager of a centre for the homeless halfway house. Helping family become part a community learning to help each other. Caine is driving as he spots Addison and follows her back to the centre.
We find nothing has changed with the reason she left, but Cain and Addison decide to fight the stalker together this time. It was great to meet her siblings much older selves. This book was so heartfelt I was crying and laughing loving Caine so much for his devotion to Addison. These both books are emotional and you just get pulled into the story. If you love romance with suspense and intrigue with HEA then this is for you.
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Sunday, 23 April 2017

Review: Low Blow

Low Blow Low Blow by Kristen Hope Mazzola
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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Low Blow is not the usual sports romance. It was much better, when Griffin meets Olive it was an instant attraction which never wavered only got stronger.
Low Blow has characters from previous books, but it can be read as a standalone. It was unusual way to meet the love of your life. I loved this book, it was a wonderful story and enjoyed it all.
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Review: Provocative

Provocative Provocative by Lisa Renee Jones
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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I have to say how much I love this author's books. The opening scene at the beginning of this story narrated by Nick and his very descriptive first meeting with Faith and the Bank Officials” Suit number one and number two started me off and I was hooked. Even though he is there for his own reasons, Faith captures his interest straight away. They’re both acting like its one night when they both know this is something more.
Both of them are looking for proof of foul play concerning her mother’s actions after her father died, and her mother’s death. Nick is also after the truth of his father’s death, and is there to see if Faith is involved. The more time they spend together, the more they trust each other. I love the way everything is the story draws you in, and before you know it the end and you realise there is more going on than you thought, and it is definitely deadly for someone. Now I have to wait for part two. As always the sex is hot, Nick is a sexy alpha that loves Faith’s provocative nature.
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Sunday, 16 April 2017

Review: His Human Rebel

His Human Rebel His Human Rebel by Renee Rose
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I reviewed this on behalf of Book addict. Live
This is book 4 in the Zandian Masters series, this is a Sci Fi Romance with plenty of sex thrown in. I also enjoy that a 7ft male with horns wanting to mate me is one of my fantasies, the author captures this perfectly for me. I had to have a cold shower after this one.
Cambry has been a slave in a factory, and then sentence to death when she and the others humans were rescued by the Zandians. Cambry doesn’t trust anyone, and when Lundric a Zandian guard tries to make her feel safe she keeps waiting for the other shoe to drop.
After plenty of action in and out of the bedroom we finally get their Hea.Without giving anything away all the books follow on from each other, but each couple get their own story, as with the others in the series there is plenty of spanking and other alpha sexual favours Lundric wants to do to his Human mate. So now I have to go back and catch on the ones I missed.
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Saturday, 15 April 2017

Review: Rough Around the Soul

Rough Around the Soul Rough Around the Soul by Maria Monroe
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a quick, but enjoyable read. Jake meets a young woman who asks him to sleep with her. Jake finds her attractive, not realising he has been given a false name he takes her home for the night. After a fantastic night of sex Aria leaves and he has no way to find her.
There is a lot going in this story, it is told with alternating views between Jake and Melanie which drives the story. It was a bit of insta love, with a side helping of sex thrown in.it was quick read and this is the first time I’ve read a book from this author and it won’t be my last.
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Review: The Makeup Test

The Makeup Test The Makeup Test by Vanessa M. Knight
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Make-up Test is feel good romance, and with some angst with and funny bits thrown in. As with other books in the Ritter University world than can be read as standalones.
 
This time is Parker’s turn for romance, when she is left alone in her dorm before the Hols. Parker is desperate to finish up her last clients make-up order and then she is suddenly handcuffed with a gun aimed towards her. Campus security call the police because he thinks she is cooking Meths.
 
When she is arrested it starts a series of events that escalate out of control. The only good thing to come out of the situation is she meets Cade. Parker and Cade still have a lot problems to work through before they end up together. This was a quick read but with plenty going on. I enjoyed the read, and really felt for Parker, but she got her HEA. That all am going to tell you, find out for yourself.
 
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Review: Rough

Rough Rough by Sybil Bartel
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wow I am trying to cool down that was a hot read. Jared was one hunk of a man who was not expecting to meet a woman like Sienna. He was affected straight away, and started treating her different from the beginning. There is plenty of hot sex and some of the things he says to Sienna my god hot, the steam is still coming off my kindle.
 
This book is part of a series of standalone books with a connected group of ex-servicemen who have the left the service with a variety of problems and use sex to cope. A enjoyed the story, lots of intrigue, great sex with a hot man what else do you want? I’m looking forward to Danes story Grind coming soon, can’t wait
 
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Thursday, 13 April 2017

Review: Commander in Chief

Commander in Chief Commander in Chief by Katy Evans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Commander in Chief by Katy evans
Added note the Audio book has come out, I listened all the night, bringing everything to life for me.
This second instalment in the series starts two months after Matt winning the Election for the Presidency. Charlotte has been travelling with her friend in Europe, but has come back home to watch Matt be sworn in as President. They both knew going into the relationship, if he won the Presidency even though they loved each other they would part. Charlotte still loved him more than ever, and missed him so much.
Matt is still in love with Charlotte, and decided to win her back to his side.
We see through the eyes of one of the most famous couple in America and the rest of the western world how they conduct their relationship.
Matt realises he will do anything to get Charlotte back into his life. When they work closely together as Matt asked her to stand in as the Acting First Lady because he is bachelor.
We see a wonderful romance with Matt trying his to win Charlotte, and run the Country. They both are incredibly busy, but when Matt can put time aside he spends the making feel her feel loved.It hard dating the President of the United States, but both are determined to make it work. So I recommend you press that button and order the book yourself, you won’t be disappointed.
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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Review: Tiger Magic

Tiger Magic Tiger Magic by Jennifer Ashley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book when and I read when it came out.
Yesterday I listened to the Audio version and enjoyed it even more.
Tiger is a special shifter that was created in a lab in Area 51.
He had been held for 40 years, and tortured in unspeakable ways until.
He lives in Liam Morrissey's house, and has been spending learning about the outside world.
Then a human women breaks down on side of the road,
Tiger meets her and knows she is his mate and then all hells breaks out.
Great story with plenty of action, snarky comments and laughs what else do you want?

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Review: Tiger Magic

Tiger Magic Tiger Magic by Jennifer Ashley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book when I read when it came out.
Yesterday I listened to the Audio version and enjoyed it even more.
Tiger is a special shifter that was created in a lab in Area 51.
He had been held for 40 years, and tortured in unspeakable ways until.
He lives in Liam Morrissey's house, and has been spending learning about the outside world.
Then a human women breaks down on side of the road,
Tiger meets her and knows she is his mate and then all hells breaks out.
Great story with plenty of action, snarky comments and laughs what else do you want?

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Review: A Handful of Fire

A Handful of Fire A Handful of Fire by Alexis Alvarez
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I reviewed this book for Book Addict.Live
A Handful of Fire is Wonderful story with a emotional subject matter. It is about a Shai who specialises in therapy to help children dealing with serious illness. Through treating Michael a super intelligent but an unhappy boy trying to cope with a life threatening illness, and the treatment side effects. Through treating Michael she meets and falls for his father Gabriel.
Gabriel is a widower and he isn’t coping well with his son's illness. Full of anguish he loses himself in work and vain women.
This is a romance that take time to build, and even then not everything perfect. I love this book has substance and it’s not insta love or sex. The sex is hot, but Gabriel can still be a jerk, even if he is a hot jerk. We get HEA it takes work to get there, and is all the better for it. I enjoyed it and read it in one seating, it’s not long but has plenty to get your teeth into.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Monday, 10 April 2017

Review: A Handful of Fire

A Handful of Fire A Handful of Fire by Alexis Alvarez
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I reviewed this book for Book Addict.Live
A Handful of Fire is Wonderful story with a emotional subject matter. It is about a Shai who specialises in therapy to help children dealing with serious illness. Through treating Michael a super intelligent but an unhappy boy trying to cope with a life threatening illness and the treatment side effects. Through treating Michael she meet and falls for his father Gabriel.
Gabriel is a widower and he isn’t coping well with his son's illness. Full of anguish he loses himself in work and vain women.
This is a romance that take time to build, and even then not everything perfect. I love this book has substance and it’s not insta love or sex. The sex is hot, but Gabriel can still be a jerk, even if he is a hot jerk. We get HEA it takes work to get there, and is all the better for it. I enjoyed it and read it in one seating, it’s not long but has plenty to get your teeth into.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Review: A Handful of Fire

A Handful of Fire A Handful of Fire by Alexis Alvarez
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I reviewed this book for Book Addict.Live
A Handful of Fire is Wonderful story with a difficult subject matter. It is about a Shai who specialises in therapy to help children dealing with serious illness. Through treating Michael a super intelligent but an unhappy boy trying to cope with a life threatening illness and the treatment side effects. Through treating Michael she meet and falls for his father Gabriel.
Gabriel is a widower and he isn’t coping well. Full of anguish he loses himself in work and vain women.
This is a romance that take time to build, and even then not everything perfect. I love this book has substance and it’s not insta love or sex. The sex is hot, but Gabriel can still be a jerk, even if he is a hot jerk. We get HEA it takes work to get there, and is all the better for it. I enjoyed it and read it in one seating, it’s not long but has plenty to get your teeth into.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


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Thursday, 6 April 2017

Review: Oliver

Oliver Oliver by F.G. Adams
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have reviewed this on behalf the Book Addict Blog.
Soulmates destined to collide” is the perfect way to describe this beautiful second chance romance.
Oliver has been tracking a woman who has been on the run from a nightmare for 14 years. Fallyn Blackwood and her daughter have been running using false identities to get by.
Oliver has had nothing in his life for 6 years since the death of his one love. When he is handed picture of Fallyn and asked to find and protect by her sister. He slowly comes back to life as he follows her from town to town.
Finally they meet and Fallyn and Oliver really fall for each, Fallyn also a mother to fourteen year old has never had a loving relationship with a man. It was a beautiful to see Oliver earning her trust. This is the third in a series, but can be read as a standalone with its own HEA.
Fallyn was a very strong woman with what she had survived, and managed bring up her daughter on her own from a young age. Oliver was really smitten it was a great sexy romance with suspense and I really enjoyed it. A romance with that extra dimension. This definitely ticked all my boxes, and can’t wait for the next book.
Oliver has been tracking a woman who has been on the run from a nightmare for 14 years. Fallyn Blackwood and her daughter have been running using false identities to get by.
Oliver has had nothing in his life for 6 years since the death of his one love. When he is handed picture of Fallyn and asked to find and protect by her sister. He slowly comes back to life as he follows her from town to town.
Finally they meet and Fallyn and Oliver really fall for each, Fallyn also a mother to fourteen year old has never had a loving relationship with a man. It was a beautiful to see Oliver earning her trust. This is the third in a series, but can be read as a standalone with its own HEA.
Fallyn was a very strong woman with what she had survived, and managed bring up her daughter on her own from a young age. Oliver was really smitten it was a great romance with suspense and I really enjoyed it. A romance with that extra dimension.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Review: The Castle

The Castle The Castle by Skye Warren
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I reviewed this on behalf of the Book Addict Blog.
I have been waiting impatiently for this book and it didn’t disappoint, I read it one sitting. Wow what a wonderful trilogy, it was great to see the progression Gabriel and Avery’s relationship. He stayed true to his self, but let her in. Avery became a stronger and more aware of the world from Avery in the Pawn. I love everything about this series and it kept enthralled to the end. It was so intense Gabriel with his wonderful expressions to Avery.
I have loved this trilogy and I’m sad that it’s finished. I couldn’t put it down, but I didn’t want it to end. This series is definitely going to be one of my rereads If you want to start the Pawn is free at the moment. Also there is a spin off with Damon Scott in the King due in June I can’t wait. Skye Warren is a genius I can’t stop thinking about this book, so I’m reading the PAWN again now I know what to look for.
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Monday, 3 April 2017

Review: Oliver

Oliver Oliver by F.G. Adams
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have reviewed this on behalf the Book Addict Blog.
Oliver has been tracking a woman who has been on the run from a nightmare for 14 years. Fallyn Blackwood and her daughter have been running using false identities to get by.
Oliver has had nothing in his life for 6 years since the death of his one love. When he is handed picture of Fallyn and asked to find and protect by her sister. He slowly comes back to life as he follows her from town to town.
Finally they meet and Fallyn and Oliver really fall for each, Fallyn also a mother to fourteen year old has never had a loving relationship with a man. It was a beautiful to see Oliver earning her trust. This is the third in a series, but can be read as a standalone with its own HEA.
Fallyn was a very strong woman with what she had survived, and managed bring up her daughter on her own from a young age. Oliver was really smitten it was a great romance with suspense and I really enjoyed it. A romance with that extra dimension.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.



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Review: Forever

Forever Forever by Monica Murphy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is reviewed for the Book Addict blog.
I have been waiting impatiently for the next episode in the life Amanda and Jordan. It was everything I wanted and more. As always the road to true love is never smooth. This book is told in alternate views of Jordan and Amanda which made the story more balanced. It was nice to hear Tuttle’s voice. You can’t read about Jordan’s home life and not feel for him. Their biggest obstacle was Jordan learning how to have a relationship with Amanda. He was so use to being on his own, and his parents were hardly good role models. It’s not my job to tell you about the whole story that’s for you to buy and read for yourself. All I will is it was worth the wait and you will love it.
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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Review: Angelbound

Angelbound Angelbound by Christina Bauer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Angelbound is the first in the series which included a lot of world building. I haven’t had the pleasure of reading the books so this is my first encounter with the world of Purgatory and the Quasi Demon. This was absolutely absorbing, one minute I was laughing, and other parts crying.
Myla was a normal 18yr old, but is basically living under the rule of the Ghouls on behalf of Armageddon The King of Hell, who invaded 20 years ago.
This has fighting in the Arena and elsewhere, teenage angst, boy meets girl. I loved it, I am hooked when is more coming out on Audio. I got to say I loved Lincoln, he was perfect for Myla. The story is narrated by Myla the main character who goes through an amazing transformation. I absolutely love this Audio book and when is Acca coming out?

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Thursday, 23 March 2017

Review: Anson

Anson Anson by Alta Hensley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This review is on behalf of the Book Addict blog.
Anson is the third book in the Black Stallion Trilogy. Finally Anson goes to Argentina to rescue Natalya. Most of action the takes place in Argentina. Much to Anson’s surprise when he tries to rescue Natalya, she tells him to go away.
 
  Luckily for Natalya Anson doesn’t give up. There is plenty of action as are on the run through Argentina. Natalya is very wary at first, but once on the run with Anson she realises his is one of the good guys.

A great finish to an action packed trilogy in and out of the bedroom. Once back on the ranch the woman are beginning to heal, and finally Natalya feels part of a family. I have to say I loved the batcave.
 
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Review: Mr. President

Mr. President Mr. President by Katy Evans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is an added comment, I have just listened to the new Audio edition of Mr President. It brought to life Charlotte and Matt, I have two things to say "I loved it" and " When is Commander in Chief coming in Audio downloads" .
Wow I don’t what to say, a completely different type of story from Katy Evans.
No less enjoyable for it, I can’t get it out of my mind. I loved it so much, but I don’t know what to say. So I’ll start at the beginning.
We first meet Charlotte age 11, waiting to meet President Hamilton when he comes to her home for dinner. Matt was with his father a teenager, but taller than his father. He was gorgeous. His hair the color of sable, although it was combed back, it was unruly at the ends. Charlotte’s first encounter with Matt. The President introduced him to Charlotte with the following comment “My son, Matthew. He’s going to be President one day “he said conspiratorially. When Charlotte’s parents send the President a thank you letter. Charlotte gets out her best stationery and decides to write to Matthew a thank you letter with a parting comment of. “If you ever decide to run for president you have my vote. I’d even be willing to join your campaign.” That was the start of her crush and the start of the story.
Matthew and Charlotte were wonderful together, the chemistry builds up for almost the first half of the book. We really get to know the characters Matthew is a dedicated man who is willing to work hard to effect change for the better. Charlotte works a women’s charity, and really wants to help people.
I loved this book, If only there were a real Matthew with his love and dedication for his country. Alas I had a dilemma if Matt won, it means no Charlotte.
I couldn’t put the book down, as we follow them around the country for nearly a year.
We see them getting closer, but finding nearly impossible to get any time together.
This is the best book I’ve read this year, and I have to wait until next year to found out if he won or not. All I’m going to say Vote Hamilton and get this book to read, you won’t regret it.
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Review: Mr. President

Mr. President Mr. President by Katy Evans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is an added comment, I have just listened to the new Audio edition of Mr President. It brought to life Charlotte and Matt, I have two things to say "I loved it" and " When is Commander in Chief coming in Audio downloads" .
Wow I don’t what to say, a completely different type of story from Katy Evans.
No less enjoyable for it, I can’t get it out of my mind. I loved it so much, but I don’t know what to say. So I’ll start at the beginning.
We first meet Charlotte age 11, waiting to meet President Hamilton when he comes to her home for dinner. Matt was with his father a teenager, but taller than his father. He was gorgeous. His hair the color of sable, although it was combed back, it was unruly at the ends. Charlotte’s first encounter with Matt. The President introduced him to Charlotte with the following comment “My son, Matthew. He’s going to be President one day “he said conspiratorially. When Charlotte’s parents send the President a thank you letter. Charlotte gets out her best stationery and decides to write to Matthew a thank you letter with a parting comment of. “If you ever decide to run for president you have my vote. I’d even be willing to join your campaign.” That was the start of her crush and the start of the story.
Matthew and Charlotte were wonderful together, the chemistry builds up for almost the first half of the book. We really get to know the characters Matthew is a dedicated man who is willing to work hard to effect change for the better. Charlotte works a women’s charity, and really wants to help people.
I loved this book, If only there were a real Matthew with his love and dedication for his country. Alas I had a dilemma if Matt won, it means no Charlotte.
I couldn’t put the book down, as we follow them around the country for nearly a year.
We see them getting closer, but finding nearly impossible to get any time together.
This is the best book I’ve read this year, and I have to wait until next year to found out if he won or not. All I’m going to say Vote Hamilton and get this book to read, you won’t regret it.
I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Review: Mr. President

Mr. President Mr. President by Katy Evans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is an added comment, I have just listened to the new Audio edition of Mr President. It brought to life Charlotte and Matt, I have two things to say "I loved it" and " When is Commander in Chief coming in Audio downloads" .
Wow I don’t what to say, a completely different type of story from Katy Evans.
No less enjoyable for it, I can’t get it out of my mind. I loved it so much, but I don’t know what to say. So I’ll start at the beginning.
We first meet Charlotte age 11, waiting to meet President Hamilton when he comes to her home for dinner. Matt was with his father a teenager, but taller than his father. He was gorgeous. His hair the color of sable, although it was combed back, it was unruly at the ends. Charlotte’s first encounter with Matt. The President introduced him to Charlotte with the following comment “My son, Matthew. He’s going to be President one day “he said conspiratorially. When Charlotte’s parents send the President a thank you letter. Charlotte gets out her best stationery and decides to write to Matthew a thank you letter with a parting comment of. “If you ever decide to run for president you have my vote. I’d even be willing to join your campaign.” That was the start of her crush and the start of the story.
Matthew and Charlotte were wonderful together, the chemistry builds up for almost the first half of the book. We really get to know the characters Matthew is a dedicated man who is willing to work hard to effect change for the better. Charlotte works a women’s charity, and really wants to help people.
I loved this book, If only there were a real Matthew with his love and dedication for his country. Alas I had a dilemma if Matt won, it means no Charlotte.
I couldn’t put the book down, as we follow them around the country for nearly a year.
We see them getting closer, but finding nearly impossible to get any time together.
This is the best book I’ve read this year, and I have to wait until next year to found out if he won or not. All I’m going to say Vote Hamilton and get this book to read, you won’t regret it.
I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Review: Co-Wrecker

Co-Wrecker Co-Wrecker by Meghan Quinn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was reviewed for the Book Addict Blog
This is super quick story about Sadie and Andrew who at work in a restaurant that specialist in ice cream sundaes. Andrew has had to transfer to a different college after an incident that became out of hand.

The only accommodation available was to share a house with 5 girls, mostly foreign students.

When he starts his summer job he meets Sadie, who gives him the cold shoulder. The longer Sadie gets to know him the more she falls for him.

This was book was slightly quirky in some ways, as Andrew a Science Fiction loving nerd with a collection of calculators. Sadie realised she needed Andrew to bring back the joy in her life and to start having fun again.

I really enjoyed this book, Andrew was great character I loved him straight away. It took me a bit longer to warm up to Sadie, but a great group of friends. This a quirky romance I read in one sitting. I was still smiling when I finished reading.

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For Keeps

by Skylar Hill

Lily Adler has a big problem: just weeks after moving in with her boyfriend, she finds him in bed with another woman! She’s washed her hands of the cheating jerk, but now she’s hard up for a place to live.

Enter Wes Cartwright, the guy who’s subletting the loft Lily’s slimeball ex convinced her to lease out. Ever since Wes adopted his infant niece, Dawn, his life’s been complicated. The sexy architect is trying to be the best Daddy he can be, but he’s out of his element with diapers and bouncy swings.

When he finds out Lily spent three years working as an au pair, he sees an opportunity and offers her a deal: They can share the apartment in exchange for help with Dawn and a crash course in Daddy 101 for Wes. Lily’s between jobs, and the last thing she wants to do is apartment hunt, so she agrees.

As Lily weaves herself into Wes and Dawn’s lives, he finds himself irresistibly drawn to the perky blonde and her optimistic spirit. Her killer curves don’t hurt, either. Falling for the nanny is such a cliché, but after Wes accidentally walks in on Lily in the shower, all bets are off.

Cliché or not, she will be his.

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Snippet 1:
He yanked the door open, and instead of finding a delivery man like he expected, one of the most luscious-looking blondes he’d ever seen stood at his door.



Her hair was a dark honey color, hanging straight around her face, swinging down past her shoulder blades. Her face was sweet and heart-shaped, with big blue eyes and a full, pink mouth that was just begging to be nibbled on. A tiny woman, she had on well-worn denim jeans that hugged the sweet curve of her ass like it was their one duty in life. Her V-neck sweater was a dark blue, and she wore a gold locket around her neck that looked old and sentimental, hanging low between her breasts like some sort of siren’s lure.



He stared down at her, realizing that the sleep deprivation had apparently not killed his sex drive. He was suddenly, uncomfortably aware that it’d been forever since he’d even thought about jerking off. Sweet, curvy, girl-next-door types were his greatest weakness, and this woman was all that and more. God, she was beautiful. He just wanted to take a handful of her backside and squeeze.





Snippet 2:
Everything went very still and quiet, their breathing the only sound. Their faces were just inches from each other, his hands shifting to her waist, her own on his shoulders.
Her gaze dropped helplessly to his lips, and then back to his eyes.
“Wes,” she whispered. She didn’t know if it was a warning. Maybe it was invitation.
He certainly took it as one.
He kissed her, and it was like a dam breaking inside. It flooded her: all that tension, all that desire, all those naughty, dirty thoughts she’d been weighted down with since the second she saw him, standing in that doorway, his shirt open like some sort of special gift just for her.




Snippet 3:
“Play your cards right,” Lily said. “And you might get me for breakfast.”
He licked his lips, thinking of last night, of how sweet she tasted.
“Promise?” he asked.
She grabbed his discarded shirt from the bottom of the bed and threw it on. His stomach tightened at the sight of her in his old college T. She was so tiny the hem almost fell to her knees, and the material was worn and thin, draping across her perfect double D’s like a second skin.
She caught him staring at her, practically drooling, and winked before sashaying out of the room.
Wes slumped back in the bed.
He was so very screwed. Either Lily was an angel sent from heaven or the devil in disguise.
And frankly, he could care less which one it was as long as he got to keep her with him.



Bio:

Skylar Hill writes steamy romance about once-in-a-lifetime love.
She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her very own lumberjack/soulmate. When she’s not writing, she’s hiking one of the trails around her beautiful city, or drinking chai lattes in a cafe and eating way too many cinnamon rolls. She has several tattoos…but in places only her husband gets to see!
She is currently hard at work on her next steamy story.

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