Ruthless People by J.J. McAvoy

Ruthless People by J.J. McAvoy

Wow, a story of power and passion ruthlessly played out! The first book in the Ruthless People series takes us through the arranged marriage between two headstrong leaders. Neither was willing to relinquish control which set the stage for a battle of some magnitude, fueling the feisty fight and a… Read more »

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The Time In Between by Kristen Ashley

The Time In Between by Kristen Ashley

Coert and Cady have a lot of deep, dangerous, and muddy water under their bridge. Their history started out seemingly beautiful but it was based on a lie and when it came crashing down it took everything with it. Further misunderstandings made things even worse. The Time in Between referenced… Read more »

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Mastering Her Senses by Laura Kaye

Mastering Her Senses by Laura Kaye

The more I read of the Blasphemy Series, the more I like it. It’s hot, hot, hot and it has an actual story line. This works for me on several levels. Quinton, after watching a couple of his friends find their life partners, finds himself longing for that himself. He’s… Read more »

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Best of August 2017

Best of August 2017

August was a month where we found not just one, but all of us at EDGy a little under the weather. When you don’t have the energy to focus on a book, you know you are seriously sick. This meant a month of predominantly comfort reads. The highlights were I… Read more »

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Bring The Heat by G.A. Aiken

Bring The Heat by G.A. Aiken

When I hear G.A. Aiken is publishing a new book my entire body perks up because I know I’m fixing to get a double dose of snarky dragons and for me, you just can’t have enough dragons. What I have had enough of is the continuing story arc of the… Read more »

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Dr Stanton by T.L. Swan

Dr Stanton by T.L. Swan

Having succumbed to the hype around Stanton, I decided to give this book a go. My only hesitation was Stanton’s title, Doctor. I’m not a fan of medical romances but thankfully this story was relationship based rather than driven by medical issues. I was hooked in from the first chapter…. Read more »

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Soaring by Kristen Ashley

Soaring by Kristen Ashley

Soaring was another example of Kristen Ashley being able to redeem anyone, at least for me. I can’t tell you how nervous I was starting this book because I knew that Amy had completely imploded when her husband left her, and she dragged her kids right along with her. I… Read more »

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Bud by Candace Blevins

Bud by Candace Blevins

I’ve been waiting for Bud’s book for what feels like forever. As the President of the Atlanta chapter of the RTMC, he is over all the chapters. He’s definitely more an anti-hero with some of the less savory things his club is into, but he has a moral compass of… Read more »

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Commitment by KM Golland

Commitment by KM Golland

Commitment combines humor and the realities of domesticity to illustrate the struggles of a contented couple who stumble across temptation. Fidelity and the moral questions surrounding whether or not to act on feelings blur the boundaries of marriage. Dean and Natasha share through dual points of view highlighting how simple… Read more »

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Kane by Sinclair Jayne

Kane by Sinclair Jayne

For some unknown reason, especially considering I’m not all about angst and hate stupid communication issues, I occasionally get in the mood for a book with a secret baby in it. But only as long as there is a somewhat legit reason for the father not knowing or the heroine… Read more »

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