We are halfway through 2015 and we thought we would pause and talk about the books that have stood out so far this year. Tori’s Top Picks (so far) for 2015 The Ones We Trust by Kimberly Belle-A through provoking and bittersweet story that speaks of grief, loyalty, and trust when a young woman tries […]
The three winners of Luminous by AE Ash are: Michelle Erin Burns alh Big thanks to the Book Smugglers for hosting the giveaway.
Serving Pleasure by Alisha Rai Released: June 16, 2015 Contemporary Romance Self Published Reviewed by Mandi Serving Pleasure is a very strong romance – I’ve been so impressed with Alisha Rai’s stories recently. I hope she writes more and more. Micah Hale was a successful artist in London, but after a vicious attack where he […]
Scandalous Intentions by Amanda Mariel (Ladies and Scoundrels #2) Historical Romance Released: June 18, 2015 Self Published Reviewed by May “Lord Luvington is a notorious rake who found himself in need of an upstanding wife. If not for his circumstances, he would never have tried courting me. I think it serves me best to remember that.” […]
The three winners of All I Have by Nicole Helm are: ML Victoria bn100 The winner of Blissful Summer and a B&N gift card is: Eden Congrats! Winners have been emailed.
Two exotic locations. Two couples about to discover the thrill of rekindled passion. Make You Mine Again by Cheris Hodges Supermodel Jansen Douglas is living her dream. Now a wedding in Paris is about to reunite her with the high school sweetheart she left behind. But Atlanta CEO Bradley Stephens won’t let their stormy past […]
My Cowboy Promises by Z.A. Maxfield (The Cowboys #4) Released: June 16, 2015 Contemporary M/M Intermix Reviewed by Mandi The blurb says Ryder Dent is a “true-blood cowboy” and while it may run in his family, I wouldn’t consider him a cowboy. He works at his father’s farm store and lives in Texas. That’s about […]
HEROINE: Doe-Homeless. Desperate. Hungry. HERO: King-Notorious. Dangerous. Hungry. King’s future hangs in the balance. Doe’s is written in her past. When they come crashing together, they will have to learn that sometimes in order to hold on, you have to first let go. “I thought I made it clear that I owned […]