Monthly Archives: June 2014

Discussion: How Do you Write Your Reviews?

Today I’m trying to discover how you go about writing your reviews. I usually spend a paragraph going over how I obtained the book and why I read it, a paragraph on my reaction to the book and have a conclusion on if I thought the book was worth the time investment or not. I try to write the review shortly after finishing a book […]

Succubus Heat

Succubus Heat

Title: Succubus Heat Author: Richelle Mead Publisher: Kensington Publication Date: May 2009 Classification: Adult Novel Content: Mature Themes and Sexy Scenes Summary from Goodreads: Georgina Kincaid has been a bad, bad succubus… …which should be a good thing. But lately, thanks to her foul mood over breaking up with bestselling writer Seth Mortensen, she’s been so wicked that Seattle’s über-demon Jerome, decides to “outsource” Georgina […]

Review: The Promise by Robyn Carr

If I’m being honest with myself I went into The Promise by Robyn Carr more than a little confused. I read Virgin River by Robyn Carr a few years ago and remember really enjoying it. Then a few months back I read Four Friends and didn’t enjoy it near as much as I had anticipated. Needless to say, I wasn’t sure what to expect with […]


Title: Kaleidoscope Author: Kristen Ashley Publisher: Grand Central Publishing Publication Date: Feb 2014 Classification: Adult Novel Content: Mature Themes & Scenes Summary from Goodreads: When old friends become new lovers…anything can happen. Sexy, gifted, and loyal, PI Jacob Decker is a tall, cool drink of perfection who had Emmanuelle Holmes at “hello.” His relationship with Emme’s best friend kept them apart for years, but things […]

Review: Elusive Memories by Amanda Shofner

Elusive Memories by Amanda Shofner was exactly the paranormal break I needed! I picked up this book because I have read both of Shofner’s non-fiction blog related works. I found them both immensely useful and I wanted to give her ficiton debut a go. Elusive Memories has a lot going for it. So many of the elements of the story worked for me. I enjoyed […]