Category: *Review

Body Master by CJ Barry *Lisa’s Review*

Body Master is a clever mix of paranormal romance with a little bit of science fiction weirdness to make for a pretty intriguing novel! Fast paced action, sexy characters and a fresh take on the paranormal world make this a must read! Seneca Thomas is an XCEL agent whose job is to capture rouge shapeshifters that have recently invaded the planet. Shapeshifters that have been […]

Unbridled by Beth Williamson *Alexa’s Review*

I would have to say this book certainly gets your attention right from the start with a steamy sex scene that will leave you wondering what other surprises are in store. The main characters are Alex and Connor, both who have had a rough past and want to find a way to move on with their lives. Alex left home when she was 16 only […]

Forget You by Jennifer Echols *Alexa’s Review*

I thought this book was very refreshing since it had no paranormal aspects to it at all. I think everything in the teen world now has become about wolves, angels, vampires, and other such characters. There is always some dark lover story going on and they don’t really relate to teens. This book however relates well to teenagers in my opinion. The characters are seniors […]

Hell Yeah by Carolyn Brown *Lisa’s Review*

Cathy O’Dell runs the Honky Tonk bar on the outskirts of town. She’s been beaten down by a man before, so her disposition towards the opposite is anything but friendly. That was until Travis Henry storms into town with his crew digging for oil in the lot next to her bar. She breaks every personal wall she’s set up around herself to let Travis in. […]

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

Lady Georgina Maitland is eight and twenty and the idea of marriage horrifies her. She is outspoken and isn’t ruled by the social expectations of her time. Her aunt left her a great amount of land with the stipulation that no man may step in and take responsibility for it. George takes in interest in her land and wants to accompany her land steward to her country home to see for […]