Category: book review

Review: Dirty Billionaire by Meghan March

Posted January 23rd, 2017 in book review / 15 comments

Review: Dirty Billionaire by Meghan March

At A Glance Sexy and entertaining. The Good I liked Dirty Billionaire so much that I bought the next two books right away. I had a good ol’ read-a-thon with this trilogy. This book is for those looking for a fun, steamy read. Holly Wix is a hot, rising country singer, but her […]

Review: Ash by Jaymine Ever & Leia Stone

Posted January 16th, 2017 in book review / 19 comments

Review: Ash by Jaymine Ever & Leia Stone

At A Glance Liked the concept but it took forever to get anywhere. The Good I like the whole ‘the only female vamp hybrid’ concept. Who doesn’t want to be the special snowflake amongst beautiful half-vampire meat? Charlie was a cool chick for the most part. She didn’t fall for […]

Review: Bunny and the Bear by Eve Langlais

Posted January 5th, 2017 in book review / 14 comments

Review: Bunny and the Bear by Eve Langlais

At A Glance Hilarious and sexy! The Good Bunny and the Bear is lighthearted and funny with some grit and sass thrown in. And sexy, of course. Miranda is a bouncy, hyper, happy bunny shifter who works for FUC, the Furry United Coalition. It’s Miranda’s job to watch over the […]

Review: Rock Wedding by Nalini Singh

Posted December 27th, 2016 in book review / 6 comments

Review: Rock Wedding by Nalini Singh

Side Note: I seriously sliced off a chunk of my thumb the other night. The flap of skin was held on by a bit of skin so I just laid it back on, cleaned it up (after 20 minutes of constant bleeding), put antibiotic ointment on, and wrapped it up. I’m hoping for the […]

Review: Unseen Messages by Pepper Winters

Posted December 12th, 2016 in book review / 10 comments

Review: Unseen Messages by Pepper Winters

At A Glance I feel raw all over. The Good I love Pepper Winters. She writes with so much raw emotion that it leaves you completely devastated. Crap, this is a hard review. There is so much I can’t tell you, it’s frustrating. Okay, the basics: Estelle and Galloway crash onto a deserted […]

Review: The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Posted December 5th, 2016 in book review / 15 comments

Review: The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

At A Glance A solid mystery/suspense. The Good As a journalist for a travel magazine, Lo is given a career making assignment, one week of indulgence on a small luxury cruise. Despite the drama with her boyfriend and a recent break-in at her apartment that has left her emotionally paralyzed with fear, she […]

Review: Split by J.B. Salsbury

Posted November 28th, 2016 in book review / 10 comments

Review: Split by J.B. Salsbury

At A Glance A unique story that I couldn’t put down. The Good Shyann has to return to her small town home after getting fired from her big city reporting job. To Shyann, this is almost a fate worse than death. *rolls eyes* (Seriously, she really thought this way) Now stuck working […]

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