This week at Smexy…
B+ review –Beginner’s Luck by Kate Clayborn (contemporary/kini)
B review – Mistletoe over Missoula by Ellen G. Kelley (holiday/mandi)
B review –Haven by Mary Lindsey (paranormal YA/tori)
B review – The Passion of Cleopatra by Anne and Christopher Rice (historical paranormal/tori)
B- review –Stranded with the Navy Seal by Susan Cliff (contemporary/mandi)
C+ review – Save A Truck, Ride A Redneck by Molly Harper (contemporary/mandi)
F review – Melting Snow by Leora Gonzales (contemporary/mandi)
News from Tori: I don’t know about everyone else but I am STILL recovering from a tryptophan overdose. I’m also still behind in my reviews so most of what I read this week was also what I had up for review this week.
I was able to finish A Crazy Kind of Love by Mary Ann Marlowe. A lightweight contemporary romance between a reluctant paparazza and a mega rock star frontman. Cute but with issues. Review to come.
The Brightest Ember by Jeaniene Frost is the final story in her Broken Destiny trilogy. While this hasn’t been one of my favorite series to read by Frost, it most certainly has been quite an adventure and well worth reading. Review to come.
Up this weekend is Juliet Lyons’ That Killer Smile and A Cruel Kind of Beautiful by Michelle Hazen.
News from Kini: I’m trying to be a responsible reviewer and have my books read more than a day before they are due. Wish me luck, y’all.
Mister Hockey by Lia Riley– I really enjoyed book one in this series but this one, not so much. Full review to be posted soon.
He Loves Me Knot by RC Boldt– Cute, second chance love story. Review to be posted soon.
Still trying to get the most out of my Audible Romance trial and listened to The Knocked Up Plan by Lauren Blakely. Sebastian York and Andie Arndt are the narrators on this and I love them both. Cute, fun and a little silly story.
I just started Most Eligible Bastard by Annika Martin. Mandi really liked this so I am looking forward to reading it.