Smex Scene Sunday

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Hero: Drew. College football superstar. All around great guy (seriously one of the best heroes I’ve read in a long time) Heroine: Anna. Not sure if she wants to fall for the star quarterback. But damn those pesky romance feelings.   “Some games are tougher than others. This one was a bitch.” My throat hurts. […]

Weekly Wrap-Up

This week at Smexy… A review – Don’t Judge a Book by Scarlet Blackwell (m/m/helyce) B review – Black Rook by Kelly Meade (paranormal/tori) B review – Afternoon Delight by Anne Calhoun (erotic/tori) B review – Private Politics by Emma Barry (contemporary/mandi) B/C review – Harlequin Contemporary Boxed Set (contemporary/mandi) C+ review – Unsuitable Secretary […]

Smexy’s Top Ten – September 19th


10. I’ll blog until my phone arrives in the mail. And then I’ll forget all about you.   9. Amazon has announced a new Kindle! The Kindle Voyage is the first e-reader to feature a flush glass front. It also has buttons on the side to turn the page, or you can still touch the screen […]

Review: Black Rook by Kelly Meade


Black Rook (Cornerstone Run Trilogy, #1) by Kelly Meade Urban Fantasy E book/Novel July 15, 2014 Intermix Reviewed by Tori Favorite Quote: “The Little Magus Who Could.” Brynn Atwood, a low level magus, has come to Cornerstone Run to circumvent a vision she had of her father’s death. An embarrassment to her father, a high level […]

Review: Private Politics by Emma Barry

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Private Politics by Emma Barry (The Easy Part #2) Released: September 8, 2014 Contemporary Romance Carina Press Reviewed by Mandi Last year I read and enjoyed Special Interests by Emma Barry and was excited to see she had another book coming out revolving around DC politics. Now, before you scrunch your nose and tell me […]

Review: Harlequin Contemporary Boxed Set #3


Harlequin Contemporary Boxed Set #3 Released: September 1, 2014 Contemporary Romance Harlequin Reviewed by Mandi Note: I’m only reviewing two of the four stories in this set. I believe each story will be sold separately sometime in the future.   When the Lights go Down by Amy Jo Cousins Maxie Tyler is Chicago’s toughest stage […]

Review: The Unsuitable Secretary by Maggie Robinson


The Unsuitable Secretary by Maggie Robinson (Ladies Unlaced #4) Released: September 16, 2014 Historical Romance Penguin Reviewed by Mandi Harriet “Harry” Benson has to supplement her father’s banking income to make sure her father has enough income to support her two younger brothers. After having surgery to remove her appendix, Harry needs time to recover […]

Review: Don’t Judge a Book by Scarlet Blackwell


Don’t Judge A Book by Scarlet Blackwell M/M Romance August 2014 (originally released in 2012) Totally Bound Reviewed by Helyce From Goodreads: Bookworm Rhys lives in the idyllic town of Hawks Bridge and spends his days working at the local library, his evenings quietly reading. He thinks it’s all about books and even the occasional […]

Review: Afternoon Delight by Anne Calhoun


Afternoon Delight by Anne Calhoun Erotic Romance September 16, 2014 Intermix Reviewed by Tori Favorite Quote: “…the list of foodstuffs that shouldn’t be introduced to a woman’s private parts is actually quite long.” Tim Cannon is an EMT whose lifestyle has him constantly on the move. He uses one night stands to burn off his […]

Review: Melt for Him by Lauren Blakely


Melt for Him (Fighting Fire # 2) Contemporary Romance Released September 8, 2014 Published by Entangled Brazen Reviewed by Sheena So there I was.  Book in hand.  Waiting to be reduced to Sheena-Putty, melted by the heat of the passion that would surely leap from the pages of Lauren Blakely’s Melt for Him…and well, let’s […]