Monday, July 24, 2017

Review: Protecting Their Mate: Part One

Protecting Their Mate: Part One Protecting Their Mate: Part One by Moira Rogers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ashley, our plus sized heroine, is locked in her parent's basement when she is rescued by the huge and hunky Blake. Ashley's family shunned their werewolf lifestyle to live among humans and Blake was sent to find her, and when he did their connection was a perfect mix of hot and sweet.

This is part one of a trilogy; a quick and dirty (literally and figuratively) read that promises so much more in the coming novellas. Very well written, as we have come to expect from Moira Rogers, and the story is great. I'm excited to finish the trilogy!

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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Review: Undeserving

Undeserving Undeserving by Madeline Sheehan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This will be a spoiler free review.

I have been huge fan of the Undeniable series since the first book. Undeserving was beautifully written; full of all the love, heartbreak, joy, and and tragedy that we have come to expect from this series. Going back in time and seeing the younger versions of the patriarchs and matriarch we have come to know and love was mind blowing, and even getting to meet people we have only heard about was so well done.

Debbie and Preacher's story, like all the others in the series, are not tales of love going to easy way. Debbie was a runaway and ran right into Damon "Preacher" Fox literally, when he caught her trying to pick his pocket. Their connection was instant but wary, and as their story unfolds and careens to its conclusion I couldn't put the book down. In the gritty MC world portrayed in this series, every love match has a hard road to haul; each book reminds me why this is one of my most re-read series.

Also, I cannot WAIT for ZZ's book!!

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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Review: Beyond Doubt

Beyond Doubt Beyond Doubt by Kit Rocha
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

We all know I am a huge fan of the series, and this slice of life novella was just what the doctor ordered as I wait for Deacon to arrive in August (YAY!)

We check in on Six and Bren in Sector 3, post winning the war against the evil forces in Eden. Now, the cleanup is underway and as with all wars, the most vulnerable of the victims need assistance: the street children. Six and Bren both know what it's like to live the hard life on the streets and encounter a group of kids who may make them feel even more complete that they already do.

You can count on Kit Rocha to make room for sentimental moments, hot sexy time moments, and hints of what is to come in the O'Kane world. Another wonderful read!

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Monday, April 24, 2017

Review: Wrong

Wrong Wrong by Jana Aston
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was a dirty piece of filth, and I predict that I will devour the rest of the series this week. A virginal college co-ed finally decides to go all the way with her boyfriend and it turns out that the gyno she sees to get her bc pills is the older hottie that comes into her coffee shop on Tuesdays. Luke is indeed a rich, hot dirty talking doctor, a specialist with exclusive clientele, but he volunteers every Tuesday. Sophie is young, a little annoying, but their chemistry and downright dirty sexy times made me smile. A lot.

Also, as a Philly chick, it's always nice to see someone writing about Philly that gets geography/landmarks right.

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Saturday, April 22, 2017

Review: The Last True Vampire

The Last True Vampire The Last True Vampire by Kate Baxter
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I read this book as part of the Heroes and Heartbreakers Book Club and loved it. I hadn't read Kate Baxter before, but I will be reading more from now on.

Mikhail (Michael) is the last vamp on earth. After barely surviving an encounter with the mortal enemies of vampires, the Sortiari, he has laid low for hundreds of years...until he discovers professional hustler and amateur server Claire. A vampire knows when they have found their mate because their soul is returned to them. It's fate. But could his mate be this human? And despite their seriously hot chemistry, could he convince her of that, all while keeping her safe from his enemies?

This book gave me shades of Dark Lover by JR Ward, but when I say that I mean despite some superficial similarities this book stands alone in it's world building, but it reminds me of why I love vampire romances in the first place. Off to grab the second in the series since it looks like I'm behind!

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