Return to Poughkeepsie By Debra Anastasia

Return to Poughkeepsie By Debra Anastasia

Debra Anastasia won me over with the first book in this series and I couldn’t wait to dive straight into Return to Poughkeepsie. The story is paced considerably slower compared to Poughkeepsie #1, but that’s to be expected.This series must be read in order, so if you haven’t read Poughkeepsie yet,… Read more »

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Ares’ Temptation by Aubrie Dionne

Ares’ Temptation by Aubrie Dionne

This book had the interesting premise of Greek Gods co-existing in today’s modern world. While not “descending” to Earth periodically, there are some mythological figures that are prone to living and working along humans. Others, as is the case of Ares the God of War, try to keep their interaction… Read more »

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The Miss Mirren Mission by Jenny Holiday

The Miss Mirren Mission by Jenny Holiday

Well, I must say I’m very fond of Ms. Holiday’s writing style. I’ve really enjoyed reading this historical. I think it follows her previous works “theme” of the anti-commitment, emotionally stunted hero who can’t help but fall for the quirky, irreverent but still lovable heroine. In this instance, Eric (AKA… Read more »

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Kulti by Mariana Zapata

Kulti by Mariana Zapata

It’s awesome when you find that one book that’s slightly out of the norm; that has that je ne sais quoi (ha! Sorry, always wanted to say that!) that makes it fresh and different, and why not, special amongst other books. So, this is the story of Sal, your average… Read more »

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The Salvation of Vengeance by Nancy Haviland

The Salvation of Vengeance by Nancy Haviland

After reading the first book in the series, A Love of Vengeance, and deciding it was an okay book but suffered from first-in-series-itis, I start this one with a little trepidation but I was hopeful nonetheless.  Once again, I find myself a little conflicted. I love the supporting characters in this… Read more »

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Shade by Jamie Begley

Shade by Jamie Begley

It doesn’t matter what I am or not.  I will be the one whose bed you will be in, who puts my ring on your finger, my baby in your belly, and you will let me, Lily,” he told her with finality. “No,” Lily shook her head, denying his words…. Read more »

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Always by Shyla Colt

Always by Shyla Colt

After writing this review, you will find me in bed, recuperating from the whiplash I got while dealing with 4 different PoV’s and the constantly changing time periods.  Not to sound like a tween, but OMG, Always was a freaking disaster.  I can’t tell you how many times I went “wait,… Read more »

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Until You by Jeannie Moon

Until You by Jeannie Moon

Mmmhhh… ok, Until You is one of those books that is hard to rate. Why do you ask? Because it had some things I really enjoyed, I few I didn’t, and quite a bit that left me rolling my eyes, scratching my head or plain thinking that was just ridiculous…. Read more »

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Heat by J.M. Walker

Heat by J.M. Walker

The first thing that comes to mind when I read Heat was “super cheesy, but not in a good way.” “Come for me.  I want your orgasm.  Coat my pants with the delicious essence of your body.” The H, Parker, was a complete asshole. Not an alpha asshole, although he tried… Read more »

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