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REVIEW: King’s Price by Jackie Ashenden
19th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: King’s Price by Jackie Ashenden

King’s Price by Jackie Ashenden is the first steamy story in her new series Kings of Sydney. It’s about brothers who have inherited a business that used to be mob run (by their father) and that they’ve taken pains to make legitimate. Part of re-inventing their image involves getting into […]

REVIEW: Billionaire’s Baby of Redemption by Michelle Smart
17th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Billionaire’s Baby of Redemption by Michelle Smart

Billionaire’s Baby of Redemption by Michelle Smart concludes her passionate Rings of Vengeance romance series. While each story can be read as a standalone, events in the first two books, Billionaire’s Bride for Revenge and Marriage Made in Blackmail have led up to this dramatic conclusion. Javier Cassilas has been […]

REVIEW: A Ring to Take His Revenge by Pippa Roscoe
7th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Ring to Take His Revenge by Pippa Roscoe

A Ring to Take His Revenge by Pippa Roscoe is the first in a trio of sexy romances featuring three wealthy male friends who own a racing syndicate, the Winners’ Circle. This story features an international businessman and his personal assistant in a ‘fake relationship turned real’ romance.

REVIEW: Practice Husband by Noelle Adams
6th Sep / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Practice Husband by Noelle Adams

Practice Husband by Noelle Adams is a really enjoyable friends to lovers/marriage of convenience romance, and one of my favorite books by Noelle Adams! Hunter and Sam have been friends since high school and while Sam harbored deeper feelings, she was ‘friend-zoned’ by Hunter (though secretly he wasn’t immune to […]

REVIEW: Boy Toy by Sarina Bowen and Tanya Eby
5th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Boy Toy by Sarina Bowen and Tanya Eby

Boy Toy by Sarina Bowen and Tanya Eby is the third story in the author duo’s Man Hands series. I hadn’t read the previous books in the series but found this easy to read as a standalone romance and a delightful one at that! Sadie Matthews is a recently divorced mom […]

REVIEW: Hard Deal by Stefanie London
5th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Hard Deal by Stefanie London

Hard Deal by Stefanie London is the second steamy romance in her Australian set Melbourne After Dark series. I really enjoyed the first story, Unmasked , and this story takes place concurrently (the heroines are roommates) but both are easily read as standalone romances. Imogen Hargrove is determined that her […]

REVIEW: Bound by Their Scandalous Baby by Heidi Rice
4th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Bound by Their Scandalous Baby by Heidi Rice

Bound by Their Scandalous Baby by Heidi Rice: Bound by their Scandalous Baby by Heidi Rice is a sexy and passionate romance that starts with mistaken identity but leads to a lifetime of love. Lukas Blackthorne can’t believe that the woman who tried to trick his beloved brother Alexei, now […]

REVIEW: Wild Wyoming Nights by Joanne Rock
30th Aug / 5 Comments

REVIEW: Wild Wyoming Nights by Joanne Rock

Wild Wyoming Nights by Joanne Rock is the eighth book in the McNeill Magnates series, a multi character Western themed family saga. Each book has a standalone romance, but there are some story arcs that continue from one book to the next. In this story, affable ranch owner Carson McNeill meets […]

REVIEW: My Royal Hook-Up by Riley Pine
24th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: My Royal Hook-Up by Riley Pine

My Royal Hook-Up by Riley Pine is the third story in the author duo’s Arrogant Heirs series, a set of royal romances set in a fictional European country with scandal, drama and a bit of fantasy intertwined with steamy romance for a sometimes over the top but definitely exciting read.

REVIEW: The King’s Captive Virgin by Natalie Anderson
23rd Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The King’s Captive Virgin by Natalie Anderson

The King’s Captive Virgin by Natalie Anderson is a sexy and passionate romance with a man used to being in control discovering a woman who challenges him to want more. The characters were introduced in Princess’s Pregnancy Secret (which I enjoyed as well) and I was quite excited to delve […]