Tag: Contemporary Romance

Review: The Truth About Him by Molly O’Keefe

Posted September 22nd, 2016 in book review / 16 comments

Review: The Truth About Him by Molly O’Keefe

At A Glance A good ending to Annie and Dylan’s story. The Good The Truth About Him starts off with a bang as we pick up from the cliffhanger from Everything I Left Unsaid. The first few chapters were suspenseful and intense. Annie gets closure but not without a cost. Dylan’s drama […]

Review: Dirty Little Lies by Lora Leigh

Posted September 5th, 2016 in book review / 14 comments

Review: Dirty Little Lies by Lora Leigh

At A Glance Hmm, not sure about this one. The Good The beginning…awesome!. Dirty Little Lies was a steamy and intense read. I expected nothing less from Lora Leigh. Grace and Zack were great together. I liked their romance, even if Zack was a little too alpha sometimes and Grace a little too […]

Review: Beautiful Entourage by E.L. Todd

Posted July 14th, 2016 in book review / 10 comments

Review: Beautiful Entourage by E.L. Todd

At A Glance A very cute book with an unrealistic ending. The Good I love escort type books. These male escorts don’t sleep with clients, they accompany them to events or pretend to be boyfriends and so on. I find that stuff fascinating. That’s why I had to read Beautiful Entourage. […]

Review: Imperfect Chemistry by Mary Frame

Posted July 11th, 2016 in book review / 20 comments

Review: Imperfect Chemistry by Mary Frame

At A Glance I just love books like this! The Good I love characters without emotions. Don’t know why. I just find the concept interesting. Lucy is a 20 year old genius scientist who might lose her grant money if she can’t figure out how to study emotions, or more specifically, […]

Review: Sustained by Emma Chase

Posted June 6th, 2016 in book review / 30 comments

Review: Sustained by Emma Chase

At A Glance So much love for this book! The Good At this point, who doesn’t love Emma Chase’s books? She’s a genius. She is amazing at writing in male POVs, probably better than a male author could. She makes her men raw, real, and rough around the edges. They are by […]