Category: *Review

Pleasure Unbound by Larissa Ione *Stephanie’s Review*

“In a place where ecstasy can cost you your life…Two lovers will dare to risk it all.” Tayla Mancuso has had a hard life. Her mother was a drug addict and Tayla spent a lot of time in and out of foster homes. When Tayla was fourteen her mother got herself cleaned up and Tayla was able to live with her. When Tayla was sixteen […]

The Summer of You by Kate Noble *Lisa’s Review*

Lady Jane Cummings’ summer has started off terribly wrong. Her brother Jason, absent for the last year, has returned home to send Jane and her ill father away from the busy city life in London to their summer home in Merrymere. Yet Jane refuses to go without Jason. She can no longer manage their father, who is forgetting where he is and who his own […]

The Raven Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt *Stephanie’s Review*

Anna Wren has been widowed for 6 years. Funds have steadily been getting lower and lower. Circumstances have gotten to the point where Anna must take a position or run the risk of not being able to provide for her small home. Anna cares for her mother-in-law and a young girl they took in when she had no where to go. Anna and Mother Wren […]

The Darkest Passion by Gena Showalter *Lisa’s Review*

Aeron is part of an unfortunate club known as the Lords of the Underworld. He, along with other warriors like him, took part in a mission long ago to kill Pandora and claim her infamous box. Little did they know what was inside…a demon to posses each warrior and haunt them for eternity. His demon half is wrath, which is a constant struggle to control. […]

The Hunted by Rachel Lee *Stephanie’s Review*

“Her story sets off a violent spark. His investigation puts them in the line of fire.” Erin McKenna is the reporter who broke the huge fraud story on Mercator. Mercator is a huge mega corporation whose biggest clients are government arms contracts. Mercator is how being prosecuted on the fraud chargers and Erin is a star witness. But Mercator got it wrong. Erin is attacked […]