Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh

Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh

Rock Addiction took me a little by surprise. What I experienced was more akin to a soft tune rather than a rock anthem. My expectations were for a bad boy rocker and Fox wasn’t a boy scout but his reputation was based more on his past rather than what happens… Read more »

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Hell’s Ink by Nicole Reed

Hell’s Ink by Nicole Reed

I needed this book.  I finished Beautiful Ink in the wee hours of the morning, and started Hell’s Ink immediately afterward.  I didn’t read the entire thing straight through, but I just needed to know what happened after Hel’s got away.  I went into this book not liking Hold’s actions… Read more »

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Venomous by Penelope Fletcher

Venomous by Penelope Fletcher

Lumen finds herself kidnapped by aliens, given to slavers as a freebie, horribly experimented on, and then she was declared “useless” and thrown in a pit of slaves to be fought over so she could be horribly raped until death then used as food.  In other words, things were not going… Read more »

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The True Diary of That Girl by J S Cooper

The True Diary of That Girl by J S Cooper

WOW…I had no idea that at the beginning of this story that I would become so drawn into it. As so many have said it felt wrong to say you enjoyed it.  The details are in your face. There’s no waxing lyrical over the fact the she is what she… Read more »

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Beautiful Ink by Nicole Reed

Beautiful Ink by Nicole Reed

Wow.  I couldn’t put it down.  This was one of those books I just knew was going to be a dark, twisty train wreck, especially after I read the prologue.  I hate it when prologues let you know from the get go that things aren’t going to go well for the… Read more »

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Where the Road Takes Me by Jay McLean

Where the Road Takes Me by Jay McLean

Hi, I’m Sparkles and I have a problem. I always forget why it is that I don’t read YA anymore. I have two major issues with young adult books. The first one is that as they are in high school, some books have them acting as the adolescents they are… Read more »

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Fighting History by Marysol James

Fighting History by Marysol James

At least she didn’t get beaten up…. So this was the last freebie I got in the Fighting For Love series. Four women and four men. I liked the women in this series even though I thought they put up with a lot more than they deserved. I did not… Read more »

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The Saint by Tiffany Reisz

The Saint by Tiffany Reisz

Let’s get this straight first up. I adore this series, so you may detect a slight hint of fangirling here. And hello! I had the choice of audio and ebook. So this review is a combination of my musings on both formats of The Saint. For me there is never… Read more »

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Penthouse Prince by Virginia Nelson

Penthouse Prince by Virginia Nelson

This was a nice read for me. We have the typical business mogul with daddy issues who doesn’t believe in love. But attraction? Yes. Lust? Hell yes! So when Camden finds himself without a fiancée, and getting married is the only way to gain the company from his father, he… Read more »

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