This week at Smexy…
A- review – Between the Devil and the Duke by Kelly Bowen (historical/may)
B+ review – At Close Range by Laura Griffin (suspense/mandi)
B+ review – On Second Thought by Kristan Higgins (contemporary/tori)
B review – Last Ride by Chantal Fernando (contemporary/sheena)
B review – Breathless by Beverly Jenkins (historical/mandi)
B review- Dirty Like Us by Janie Diamond (contemporary/sheena)
C-review – Wild Horse Springs by Jodi Thomas (contemporary/tori)
News from Tori:
Seven Minutes in Heaven by Eloisa James–I am a fan of romances that involves the offspring of earlier beloved characters and I was looking forward to reading this one. Overall enjoyable though the pacing is off and it is extremely verbose. Review to come.
The Turn by Kim Harrison–The prequel to Harrison’s best-selling Hollows Series gives readers the whole story behind the virus and resulting chaos of the world we came to love. Loved seeing some familiar faces from the series. Review to come.
Fury on Fire by Sophie Jordan–The third installment in Jordan’s Devil’s Rock series gives us North Callaghan’s story. I liked the beginning but it soon loses it’s steam and becomes repetitive and redundant. Review to come.
Twist by Kylie Scott is the second book in her Dive Bar series and offers readers a sexy, fun, laughter filled story with a hint of heartbreak when a young lady discovers she was catfished. Review to come.
This weekend I am attending the Coastal Magic Convention in Daytona Beach and I have Zero to Sixty by Marie Harte on my kindle.