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3

Review + Giveaway: Bound with Honor by Megan Mulry

Review + Giveaway: Bound with Honor by Megan Mulry Bound with Honor Author: Megan Mulry Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Archibald Cambury has always taken his role as the Marquess of Camburton with all the propriety and seriousness warranted by his station. Having lost his father when he was just a child, Archie has spent his life trying to do what was proper and right, even with regards to whom he allows himself to love. Of course, losing his heart to anything less than a perfect little wife and mother was never a consideration—at least until he sets his sights on the independent and spirited Selina Ashby. Perfectly capable of supporting herself without her family’s...
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Jul
20

Review: Sutphin Boulevard by Santino Hassell

Review: Sutphin Boulevard by Santino Hassell Sutphin Boulevard Author: Santino Hassell Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: 3/10/2018 Edited to Add: Please note, this review was written and posted prior to the occurrences brought to light in recent days (https://goo.gl/Y7WB7F). The book was read and reviewed in good faith and as presented at the time. The posting of this review in no way condones the actions of author. ======== Michael Rodriguez is a determined man. Whether he’s teaching the students in his history class, dealing with his family, or partying, his resolve is noteworthy. Still, taking care of the house his mother left him, worrying about his younger brother, and the fallout of...
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Jul
14

Review: SEAL Wolf Hunting by Terry Spear

Review: SEAL Wolf Hunting by Terry Spear SEAL Wolf Hunting Author: Terry Spear Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Lori Greypaw has never been subordinate to anyone. Fiercely protective of those she loves, she has always known just what to do to when any of her pack needed comforting. Even as a cub, she was able to soothe the grieving, headstrong son of their fallen leaders. Now, she’d be happy if she could do the same for the man he’s become. Paul Cunningham is alpha to the core. A highly capable SEAL, he’s no stranger to threats and has never backed away from a challenge–especially the she-wolf who has captivated him all his life....
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Jul
7

Review: Ink and Shadows by Rhys Ford

Review: Ink and Shadows by Rhys Ford Ink and Shadows Author: Rhys Ford Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Beautiful and alone (and most likely insane), Kismet understands exactly why he doesn’t belong anywhere. Having a childhood scarred by loss and neglect, combined with the ability to see the dark things that lurk in the shadows, hasn’t made him fit for anything but his own solitude. Yet, when the impossible happens, and he’s caught in the middle of a fight between immortals, Kismet not only gains an unlikely ally, but the deepest friendship he’s ever known. As Pestilence, the youngest of the Four Horsemen, Mal gets that he has a lot to learn. Still,...
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Jun
24

Review: The Deep of the Sound by Amy Lane

Review: The Deep of the Sound by Amy Lane The Deep of the Sound Author: Amy Lane Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: Before he was left to care for his great-uncle, Nascha, and little brother, Kier, when his parents died, Calladh McCorkle had been destined for scholarships, college, and a future as bright as he could make it. Though he’ll do anything for his family, he can’t deny that the losses still hurt, and the passing years have made him angry, bitter, and just plain tired. But, when he offers to give a stranded, rain-soaked stranger a ride to town, Cal’s life seems like it might be changing for the better–if only he can find...
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Jun
17

Review: For Real by Alexis Hall

Review: For Real by Alexis Hall For Real Author: Alexis Hall Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: Though he’s young, Toby Finch knows exactly who he is, even if he doesn’t know where he’s going. His desires have never been so much imagination as they are instinct, and he can see no reason why he should wait another twenty years to pursue them. His biggest problem is that he’s a nineteen-year-old Dom with a very specific idea of the kind of sub he needs. But, who would ever take a “kid” like him seriously? For Laurence Dalziel, the BDSM scene hasn’t held any meaning in years. Seeing the same faces, playing the same...
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Jun
9

Review: Light a Candle by VJ Summers

Review: Light a Candle by VJ Summers Light a Candle Author: VJ Summers Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Will Mitchell is a Dom who is looking for the perfect sub: someone who is challenging and self-aware; one whose needs align perfectly with the kind of dominance he has to give. While he’s become a competent Dom in Chicago, now that he’s back in Detroit, he wants to prove himself at the most selective, and desirable, BDSM club around: Club Deviant. What he never expected was to find himself face-to-face with the biggest mistake he ever made. Dustin is a sub down to his marrow. Submission centers him, thrills him, and makes him fly....
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May
26

Review: Night of the Highland Dragon by Isabel Cooper

Review: Night of the Highland Dragon by Isabel Cooper Night of the Highland Dragon Author: Isabel Cooper Reviewer: B. Rating: B What I’m Talking About: Judith MacAlasdair has been many things in her centuries of existence: sister, daughter, soldier, and sailor. As a dragon shifter, becoming a wife was never something she allowed herself to consider. But, when terrible events start happening in her village, she can’t help but be intrigued by the handsome, guarded detective who arrives to investigate. Thanks to his many years with the cryptic and secretive D Branch, William Arundell is no stranger to horrors some people are capable of in their pursuit of power. Nor is he so green as to be swayed...
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May
6

Review: Grave Phantoms by Jenn Bennett

Review: Grave Phantoms by Jenn Bennett Grave Phantoms Author: Jenn Bennett Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Astrid Magnusson appears to have it all: money, privilege, independence… . The one thing she doesn’t have is the man she’s loved for years: Bo Yeung. With prejudice against Chinese immigrants a constant and pervasive obstacle, a life with him seems impossible. But, when a yacht that disappeared a year ago suddenly crashes into her family’s pier, and a mysterious relic puts Astrid in the crosshairs of a secret society, everything changes—and Astrid discovers that some things are worth defying all the odds for. Yeung Bo-Sing has been in the employ of Winter Magnusson for a...
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May
1

Review: Snowcroft Safehouse by Christi Snow

Review: Snowcroft Safehouse by Christi Snow Snowcroft Safehouse Author: Christi Snow Reviewer: B. Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: One year ago, Declan Jasper, aka “Dex,” lead singer of a famous rock band, lost his bandmates when a rigged explosion onstage killed them all. Now known as “Finn Alexander,” he’s the reluctant pawn of the FBI, hiding out in the tiny town of Snowcroft in an effort to keep him alive until he can testify. Getting involved with someone in the midst of all the chaos is the last thing he has in mind. But, there’s no denying that the reserved, gray-eyed man behind the bar in a local tavern draws him like no one...
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