Tag: Anti-Hero

Little Dove by Layla Frost

Little Dove by Layla Frost

  WARNING: This is a work of fiction. It’s not real life. Were this for real, I’d be the first in line with a pitchfork to stab this guy in the junk. BUT IT’S FANTASY! So, if you’re naughty and you know it, raise your hand! I’ll high-five you and… Read more »

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Losing It All by Kati Wilde

Losing It All by Kati Wilde

We Hellfire Riders fans waited a long time for Stone’s book. Was it worth the wait?… Oh yeah. But OMG, pay attention to the trigger warnings at the beginning of the book because this has it all. Seriously, I was warned, but I wasn’t prepared.  The real world was dark… Read more »

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Desolation Road by Christine Feehan

Desolation Road by Christine Feehan

I’ve always loved a story about people who rise above their pasts. Who become strong and face their demons and end up kicking ass and taking names, which is why I’ve continued on with this series, despite the violent flashback scenes where almost every trigger I can imagine is described. … Read more »

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Lone Star by Lauren Gilley

Lone Star by Lauren Gilley

After devouring Prodigal Son, I went straight into Lone Star. Now a little warning— if you haven’t read the preceding books in the Dartmoor world you’ll be lost if you start here. At the very least, you should read Prodigal Son first but I’d still suggest reading them all in… Read more »

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Prodigal Son by Lauren Gilley

Prodigal Son by Lauren Gilley

There’s just something about a Lauren Gilley book that grabs me. I love her writing style, not only because her characters are so believable but also how she paints a scene so well you feel like you are in it. While reading her stories, I can hear the rumble of… Read more »

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In The Unlikely Event by L.J. Shen

In The Unlikely Event by L.J. Shen

LJ Shen’s book, In The Unlikely Event took me on an unexpected virtual trip to Ireland. Having recently spent a holiday there, all the talk of sheep, small towns, potted flowers and painted doors made me smile. The story itself, though, was different from what I had anticipated. You see,… Read more »

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Irish Crown by Nashoda Rose

Irish Crown by Nashoda Rose

  I’ve been a Nashoda Rose fan for years. She’s given me some unbelievably dark and angsty tales of woe that I can’t get enough of. I’m not a huge fan of angst, but these books have these barely perceptible glimmers of hope woven throughout the story that keep me… Read more »

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Chasing Vengeance by Katie Reus

Chasing Vengeance by Katie Reus

Redemption Harbor has been a solid series I have thoroughly enjoyed and I’m sad to see it ending. This series revolves around a close-knit group of ex-military and mercenaries and their riveting stories. Xavier is a former contemporary of Axel’s who, although not a part of the core group, has… Read more »

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Vengeance Road by Christine Feehan

Vengeance Road by Christine Feehan

When I read the first book in the Torpedo Ink series, Judgment Road, I liked it but I felt a bit lost since I hadn’t read either the Drake Sisters or the Sea Haven series that this series spun off from. I still haven’t gotten around to reading the other series… Read more »

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Claiming The Enemy: Dustin by Jamie Begley

Claiming The Enemy: Dustin by Jamie Begley

Geez Louise, have I been in one heck of a book slump.  I was practically jumping up and down with joy when I finished Claiming the Enemy. I even looked at my husband and said, “I like it. I really like it!” His response was, “Oh, thank God!” I may have… Read more »

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