A review – Archangel’s Assassin by Barbara Elsborg (paranormal mm/helyce)
B review – Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu (fiction ya/tori)
C+ review – The House on Foster Hill by Jaime Jo Wright (mystery romance inspirational/tori)
C+ review – West Coast Love by Tif Marcelo (contemporary/mandi)
C+ review – Sniper’s Devotion by Christa Tomlinson (contemporary mm/mandi)
C review – To the Duke, with Love by Amelia Grey (historical/sheena)
C review – Spartan Heart by Jennifer Estep (uf ya/tori)
C- review – Love on the Tracks by Tamsen Parker (sports na/kini)
News from Tori
Man Hands by Sarina Bowen and Tanya Eby–I dnf’d this one. The humor and antics were better suited to a far younger crowd. Review to come.
That Killer Smile by Juliet Lyons -The 3rd book in Lyons sexy and suspenseful Bite Nights series. An energetic romance with a strong mysterious element. An amusing antagonistic romance only adds to the appeal. My review will appear in the JAN issue of RT Books Reviews.
Once Upon A Christmas Eve by Elizabeth Hoyt–A short and sweet novella that offers readers a delicious romance set amongst the holiday season. I do wish it had been a little longer. The romance felt rushed.
Beautiful Lawman by Sophie Jordan is the 4th in her Devil Rock series and deals with the local sheriff and a young woman whose name is trying to raise her younger sister in a town that hates her. Loved the heroine-she has moxie. Not a fan of the hero. He was very judgmental. Review to come.
This weekend I’m reading Roni Loran’s The Ones Who Got Away.
News From Kini
I finished Ready for Wild by Liora Blake and I liked it a lot. It was way sexier than I remember the previous ones being and I am okay with that. I know Mandi didn’t care much for the hunting, but I hardly noticed it.
I started Dance With Me by Alexis Daria and so far it’s good. I am interested to see how Tasha and Dimitri work their love out. Review to be posted soon.
I have one other book to review this year and then I have until January 1 to read only books for pleasure. I also have to finish some knitting projects for Christmas, so we’ll see how much reading I actually get done.