This week at Smexy…
A review – The Truth About Him by Molly O’Keefe (mandi)
B+ review – The Sweetest Scoundrel by Elizabeth Hoyt (mandi)
B+ review – Christmas Ever After by Sarah Morgan (mandi)
B review – Fighting for Devlin by Jessica Lemmon (helyce)
B review – The Lost Soul of Lord Badewyn by Mia Marlowe (tori)
B review – Hearts of Blue by L.H. Cosway (tori)
C review – Compromising Her Position by Samanthe Beck (mandi)
C review – Unnatural by Joanna Chambers (tori)
C- review – Texas Hustle by Cyntha D’Alba (mandi)
Everyone has left me this weekend so it’s just me and my news. *sad sigh*
Tori’s News: It’s been a long week. I haven’t read much; the end of the month is always super busy for me work wise.
Shadow’s End by Thea Harrison. The 9th installment in Harrison’s passionate and action packed Elder Races series finally gives us the story we have been waiting on-Graydon and Beluviel. Harrison hinted about them in Lord’s Fall but no one was completely sure this was the route she’d take. Heavy handed on the romance, Harrison wraps this one up faster than I expected, leaving me happy but a little unsatisfied. Review to come.
Misconduct by Penelope Douglas. A hot steamy erotic romance intertwined with humor and angst to nicely round it out. I enjoyed the dialogue and the slow developing romance though the physical aspects developed quickly. Interesting conflicts arose that couldn’t resolved quickly or with a bout in bed. Both protags had to work on themselves before they could be with one another. A hint of suspense gave me that rush I needed and I must say, Douglas really surprised me at the end. Review to come.
Fish Stick Friday by Rhys Ford. Ford’s newest MM book is the first in a series. This sweet and spicy romance contemporary comes with a few dashes of mystery and suspense to keep the blood pumping and your interest held. Opposites attract is a fun trope and Ford does a great job of drawing the characters out and making their relationship not only enjoyable but believable. Review to come.
This weekend I plan on reading Rob Thurman’s Nevermore.