This week at Smexy…
A review- White Hot by Ilona Andrews (fantasy/may)
B review-The Most Dangerous Duke in London by Madeline Hunter (historical/tori)
B review- The Debt by Molly O’Keefe (suspense/tori)
B review-Shacking Up by Helena Hunting (contemporary/mandi)
B review- Turn Me Loose by Anne Calhoun (suspense/tori)
B- review-Technically Mine by Isabelle North (contemporary/kini)
B review- Enticing the Enemy by Jules Court (contemporary/mandi)
C- review – Need You Now by Nicole Helm (contemporary/mandi)
News from Tori: A slow reading week for me. Went and saw Guardian’s of the Galaxy 2 which I enjoyed immensely and I and the hubs celebrated out 16th wedding anniversary yesterday. I always find my days seem shorter then the kid is out of school. *sigh*
Blaze by Donna Grant–Book 11 in Grant’s Dragon series offers readers a sexy paranormal ride with plenty of action, suspense, and steamy romance. Review to come.
Walking Deadmen by Sherrilyn Kenyon–Fans of Pirates of the Carribean and Black Sails will not only enjoy the first in a Hellchaser’s trilogy but also notice some glaring similarities. Readers will find comfort in the familiar as SLK introduces us to the Deadmen crew and their grumpy captain as she begins just another arc on this incredibly complicated world.
Put Out by Lani Lynn Vale–Book 6 in the Kilgore Fire series, Vale brings the drama as usual. A fast fun read though Vale is still cramming multiple subplots in her book and not following through on them.
Beard Mode by Lani Lynn Vale–1st in her Dixie Warden Reject series, a burn victim and a former marine find love. Enjoyable romance & storyline though was some head and scene hopping that left me a little disoriented. I also found a certain scene towards the end distasteful and absolutely unnecessary plot device.
This weekend I have a lot on my plate but I hope to read Kit Rocha’s Beyond Doubt (Bren & Six novella) and Molly O’Keefe’s Lost Without You.
News from Kini:
I had a slow reading week. I spent most of my free time during the three day weekend knitting and watching The Keepers on Netflix.
I did manage a re-read of Attachments by Rainbow Rowell. This is a cute and sweet style novel. I loved it as much as the first time around, but the ending felt different like maybe it was changed?. I originally bought and read it in 2013. I’d love some feedback from others on the ending.
This week I am probably going to read The Debt by Molly O’Keefe (See review above), Tori raved about it and I am Molly’s #1 fan- so I think I should. After that, who know.