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Mar
13

Review: Rock Hard by Nalini Singh

Review: Rock Hard by Nalini Singh Rock Hard Author: Nalini Singh Reviewer: Jen Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Gabriel Bishop, former pro-Rugby player, was hired as CEO of Saxon & Archer to turn around the failing department store chain. He’s very good at what he does and always gets what he wants. Charlotte Baird, long time Saxon & Archer employee, continually allows her supervisor, Anya, to use her talents for her own gain. So when the new CEO fires Anya and offers Charlotte a promotion, Charlotte must learn to get over her fears and work with Gabriel, aka. T-Rex. Rock Hard is the second full-length romance in Ms. Singh’s Rock Kiss series (and third...
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Mar
12

Listen Up! Audiobook Review: Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs

Listen Up! Audiobook Review: Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs Welcome to my new weekly feature that focuses on audiobooks. It’s time to… Audiobook review: Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs Author: Patricia Briggs Narrator: Holter Graham Audio Speed: 1x Series: Alpha and Omega #4 Source: borrowed Having recently devoured the Alpha and Omega series by Patricia Briggs, I found myself anxiously awaiting the release of Dead Heat over the past couple of months. Werewolf mates Anna and Charles Cornick have become one of my favorite book couples because of their well-balanced and loving relationship. The urban fantasy series, set in a world filled with dangerous Fae and newly outed werewolves, splits time between an action-filled paranormal/UF plot and the emotionally satisfying love story of Charles and Anna. For...
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Mar
9

Review: What a Woman by Judi Fennell

Review: What a Woman by Judi Fennell What a Woman Author: Judi Fennell Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: B/B- What I’m Talking About: After reading how Mary-Alice Catherine Manley, aka Mac, and her grandmother managed to find perfect matches for the three Manley brothers in the previous books of this enjoyable series, this time around it’s Mac’s turn to discover romance and love. As owner of her own cleaning/maid service (Manley Maids), Mac schemed with her grandmother to get her three attractive (and well-known in one case) brothers to work for her company to help promote the Manley Maid name. Now Grandma tells Mac she must clean the house of a dear friend, who happens to be...
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Mar
3

Review: The Danger of Destiny by Leigh Evans

Review: The Danger of Destiny by Leigh Evans The Danger of Destiny Author: Leigh Evans Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: The Danger of Destiny is the fourth title in Ms. Evan’s unique and exciting Mystwalker series. The story wraps up Hedi Peacock’s journey from a small-time thief and barista to a powerful woman and mate of Robison Trowbridge, the Alpha wolf of Creemore. The book opens immediately after the conclusion of the previous book and cannot be read as a stand alone title. Although I needed to jog my memory a few times trying to recall prior events, the author does a good job of working in the necessary details so I wasn’t...
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Feb
24

Review: One Kiss More by Mandy Baxter

Review: One Kiss More by Mandy Baxter One Kiss More Author: Mandy Baxter Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: B- What I’m Talking About: Landon McCabe is a U.S. Marshal who enjoys excitement, risks, and adrenaline. He’s not particularly happy with his latest assignment, babysitting Emma Ruiz, the socialite daughter of federal Judge Javier Ruiz who was arrested and put into custody of government six years ago because of extortion and bribes for verdicts. Landon recalls the hard-core party girl, who liked to pull pranks on Landon and his team all those years ago. But he also remembers his attraction to the beautiful woman and realizes that his attraction hasn’t diminish over the past six years. Now that...
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Feb
18

Review: Of Silk and Steam by Bec McMaster

Review: Of Silk and Steam by Bec McMaster Of Silk and Steam Author: Bec McMaster Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: For fans of the marvelous London Steampunk series, this is the book we’ve been waiting for. I strongly recommend to start this series with the first book, as there is a long-running overall story arc that concludes with Of Silk and Steam. Readers of the series know that Leo Barrons, acting head of one of the ruling houses sitting on the council of Dukes, isn’t actually the Duke of Caine’s son. A secret he has hidden for nearly his entire life, Leo knows if it is discovered, he will be ruined. Meanwhile, Aramina...
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Feb
10

Review: Edged Blade by J.C. Daniels

Review: Edged Blade by J.C. Daniels Edged Blade Author: J.C. Daniels Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: C What I’m Talking About: Opening a few months after the conclusion of the previous title, Edged Blade continues with Kit’s recovery from her abduction and torture at the hands of an evil vampire (Blade Song). While the majority of Kit’s journey finding her way back to life after her horrible experiences were chronicled in the previous book, Night Blade, I was glad that Kit still isn’t (and never will be) her old self. This is one area that the book and story excels; Kit was broken and now she must come to terms with how to live her life...
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Feb
3

Review: More by Lea Griffith

Review: More by Lea Griffith More Author: Lea Griffith Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: B- What I’m Talking About: More opens three years in the past, where readers learn of a passionate love affair between Ruthie Copeland and Tobias (Toby) Edwards. Ruthie has always known a bit of Toby’s hidden desires to master and control sexual situations; he is a Dom, but he has kept that side of his life from her. One unforgettable night, Ruthie offers herself to Tobias completely, and after begging him to take her as he needs to, he finally gives her everything. However, the next morning, he is gone, demanding Ruthie leave and never return. Fast forward to present day...
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Jan
22

Review: SEALed at Midnight by Cat Johnson

Review: SEALed at Midnight by Cat Johnson SEALed at Midnight Author: Cat Johnson Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: C+ What I’m Talking About: Thom Grande, age 28 and divorced father of two, feels broken and alone. His ex really messed him up, and he’s not been with a woman in 18 months. To top that off, all of his buddies are getting out of the military, leaving Brody as his only friend left on his SEAL team. Then, on a dangerous mission Thom is injured and suffers temporary memory loss. Virginia Starr has had no luck in the dating department. Alone and introverted, she takes a house-sitting job for the winter, moving away from family at Christmas...
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Jan
20

Review: Dead Simple by Shirley Wells

Review: Dead Simple by Shirley Wells Dead Simple Author: Shirley Wells Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: A What I’m Talking About: Dead Simple is the last Dylan Scott Mystery, which saddens me greatly. So it is appropriate that for his final tale, Dylan heads back to Dawson’s Clough, where the series and his career as a private investigator began. He’s decided to find out who killed Stevie Greenwood, a simple-minded local who helped Dylan solve his first case. He’s doing this one out of personal motivation, driven to fill the huge void in his life left by the sudden death of his beloved wife, Bev. Dylan is a different man than he was those few years...
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