The Hurricane by R.J. Prescott

The Hurricane by R.J. Prescott

Even in that shitty uniform, she was gorgeous.  The first time I saw her, I thought she was hot. Then again, every girl I fucked was hot.  But this girl was something else.  She was beautiful, and there hadn’t been much of anything in my life you could call beautiful…. Read more »

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Bound by Sophie Oak

Bound by Sophie Oak

I adore fantasy and paranormal books and is a go-to author of mind so when I figured out I had missed a series of hers and it was paranormal, I yelled “Score!” so loudly my poor dog Patton jumped up looking for the emergency.  The only thing that could’ve made… Read more »

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First and Only by Abbie Zanders

First and Only by Abbie Zanders

Another Callaghan bites the dust… This is the second story in the Callaghan Brothers series. Ian has spent his years caring for his family, working hard being a hero and getting laid…a lot. Lexi is a quietly spoken, hard working, strong minded woman who has loved Ian since the first… Read more »

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Captive by Samantha Jacobey

Captive by Samantha Jacobey

Captive is for readers that gravitate towards a dark story, because this is very dark, focusing on a recollection of events in Tori’s life (due to a childhood that is beyond belief). I like a dark read and this had me unsettled but then uplifted me with hope as I saw… Read more »

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Dangerous Secrets by Abbie Zanders

Dangerous Secrets by Abbie Zanders

Plenty of Callaghan’s to go around… I really enjoyed Dangerous Secrets, a story about a woman on the run from her past and a man who was stopped in his tracks with just one look. Taryn has been living a very quiet and secret life after a tragedy in her youth…. Read more »

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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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