Knotted Legacy by Brenda Murphy

Knotted Legacy by Brenda Murphy is a sensual BDSM romance about letting go of the past and moving on and learning the art of opening up and trusting the person you desire. It also emphasizes the harsh truth that life is fragile, therefore, you should live life on your own terms and not be held captive by another person’s expectations. Who would have thought that Martha McLeod, the top Mistress

Against All Odds by Kris Bryant Maggie Cummings and M Ullrich

Against All Odds by Kris Bryant, Maggie Cummings and M. Ullrich is an emotional and captivating story about being able to face a tragedy head on and move on with your life, learning to appreciate the simple things we take for granted and finding love where you least expect it.  The old adage was right, misery certainly loves company: Peyton Clarke, a police officer and Tory Stevens, a real estate

Love's Masquerade by Radclyffe

Love’s Masquerade by Radclyffe is one of her early romances. It has SO much passion that I just love it. Auden Frost needs a job, so she’s hoping her interview will pan out with Palmer Publishing. When she arrives, however, she’s told that she isn’t on the schedule and that the nonfiction editor position has already been filled. Haydon Palmer, the company’s young and beautiful CEO, happens to stop by

Chosen by Brey Willows

Chosen by Brey Willows is a dystopian science fiction novel that is a perfect mix of action and romance. It invites the reader to ponder a “what if” scenario and see where their conscience leads them. The year is 2050 CE and climate change has progressed faster than any scientists had predicted. The Earth and many of its inhabitants are dying. Human extinction is no longer a matter of if,

Marriage of Unconvenience by Chelsea M. Cameron

Marriage of Unconvenience by Chelsea M. Cameron is quite possibly the cutest f/f romance I’ve ever read. Reading it is like eating an amazing cupcake because it’s super sweet and fills you up—but, you know, with feels and not cake. Lauren “Lo” Bowman has lost her job and now she’s in a panic. She was already living pretty lean, so she won’t be able to afford rent if she doesn’t

The Neighbor by Gerri Hill: Book Review

The Neighbor by Gerri Hill tackles one of my all-time favorite themes of unexpected love. I have always been a sucker for these types of stories, and Hill has proven to be a master of it. In her current interpretation, Hill shows us that love truly can show up in your own backyard. Laura Fry is supposed to be a successful writer living in Dallas. Instead, she’s had to move

Compass Rose by Anna Burke

Compass Rose by Anna Burke is a fast-paced pirate tale set in the dystopian future of 2513. It challenges the meaning of loyalty and takes to heart the saying, “To thine own self be true”. It was an absolutely riveting read. The book demanded my attention. As I read scene after scene it became clear that I was powerless to put it down. I still catch my thoughts meandering back

Sparks Like Ours by Melissa Brayden: Audiobook Review

Sparks Like Ours by Melissa Brayden is an enemies to lovers romance set in the pro surfing world. It’s the third book in the Seven Shores series, and while you can absolutely pick this up without reading the other two books, I think you’d be doing yourself a disservice because they’re all so good! Gia Malone has her sights set on becoming the top-ranked female surfer in the world, and

Reverie by Eliza Andrews

Reverie by Eliza Andrews is like a deep, dank fog that gets into your brain and your pores and won’t let you out of its clutches even when you finish the last page. Welcome to Reverie, a small town in South Carolina with only a few hundred residents, one salon, one auto shop, and one new arrival. Lucinda Hamilton is fleeing from a terrible past. During the day she does

The Goodmans by Clare Ashton: Book Review

The Goodmans by Clare Ashton is a book with a lot going on. You have romance, a mother-daughter relationship, the ending of a marriage, politics and small town issues. For the sake of my sanity, I am not going to go into each one other than to say they wove together well and make for an interesting read. And the politics escaped me to some degree. Now, let’s get to