#BookReview – Finding Mr. Wrong by Joanne Schwehm and A.M Madden

Here s a tip: never trust a jackass in preppy clothing. The phrase trust me should have been my first clue to hightail it out the door, but hindsight is always 20/20. So there I was, on a stage with two other men, being asked ridiculous questions by a woman I couldn t see, but whose voice made my pants tighten and not around my ankles. Before I knew what was happening, I’d signed up for six weeks in paradise, {Read More}

#BookReview – Havoc (Deathstalkers MC) by Alexis Noelle

CHRISSY As a social worker, I’ve seen my fair share of broken families, bad relationships, and worlds of regret. Because of that the last thing, I’ll ever do is let down my guard, or open up my heart. As for men, bring ’em on. I love a good man in my bed, but I’m not looking for forever or happily ever after.  That’s not my style. Please me, and leave.  These are my rules.  There’s no bending or breaking them.  {Read More}

#BookReview – Ice (Elite Forces #1) by Kathy Coopmans and Hilary Storm

Warning- This book contains explicit language and graphic sexual content. Captain Jade Elliott of the United States Army spent her entire career working her ass off to get to this point and she couldn’t be more proud. She’s gained notoriety through her actions as well as the respect of her team. She’s one of the first women to graduate as a Ranger and has been called to serve on a secret mission. So why is she about to do something {Read More}

#BookReview – The Affair (The Evolution of Sin #1) by Giana Darling

Is a week of passion enough to warrant changing their lives forever? Italian born Giselle Moore is reinventing herself for the second time in her short twenty-four years of life, trading in her bohemian artist’s life in Paris for the grit and glamour of New York City where the family she hasn’t seen in years awaits her. But before beginning her new life, she travels to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico searching for a week of relaxation and reprieve before barreling {Read More}

#BookReview – The Wright Brother by KA Linde

    I’d dated his brother. He didn’t remember and I wish I could forget. I may have sworn off the Wright family a long time ago. But when I returned home, Jensen Wright crashed into my life with the confidence of a billionaire CEO and the sex appeal of a god. Even I couldn’t resist our charged chemistry, or the way he fit into my life like a missing puzzle piece. Too bad he’d forgotten the one thing that {Read More}