Casey’s Warriors by Ann Mayburn

Casey’s Warriors by Ann Mayburn

I guess I’m in an Earth woman vs. alien mood since I picked up Casey’s Warriors shortly after reading Venomous.  Where Venomous was twisty, dark, yet humorous at times, Casey’s Warriors was what I would consider light reading.  Really, really, light.  Light on pretty much everything. To sum up this book,… Read more »

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Torched by Shay Mara

Torched by Shay Mara

Holy shit, I loved Torched.  First 5 star read for the year for me.  Liv and Torch were awesome main characters with amazing chemistry, and the plot was fast paced.  I didn’t want to put this book down.  There was no insta-love here.  Although very attracted to each other, it was  years… Read more »

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Blind Seduction by T Hammond

Blind Seduction by T Hammond

I found this book incredibly refreshing. I have no problem with the usual formula, but once in a while an unusual idea (well done, of course) is very appreciated. Teresa and Red have a hilarious relationship, Red who’s probably the best character in the book, is a very witty and… Read more »

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Poughkeepsie by Debra Anastasia

Poughkeepsie by Debra Anastasia

It’s rare a book will have me reaching for the kleenex but I did with Poughkeepsie. The tears were sometimes joyous and other times… A gem lost in the enormous TBR stack that I would easily include with my top reads for 2014. For some reason, I’ve sidestepped choosing this… Read more »

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Assumption by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Assumption by Aurora Rose Reynolds

I’ve read a couple Aurora Rose Reynolds books before and liked them so when I saw Assumption was available on Kindle Unlimited, I snagged it lickety split.  It was a great book to get myself out of a minor book slump. I knew when I hit page two that I was… Read more »

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The Replacement by Rachael Wade

The Replacement by Rachael Wade

The Replacement is one of those books you read, where you keep shouting out ‘NO’ and the character pays no attention to you! Let me tell you the driver of this train wreck has their foot firmly on the accelerator. And a collision is inevitable… OK, I need to get this out of… Read more »

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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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