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Sep
23

Review: Never Gonna Say Goodbye by Jessica E. Subject

Review: Never Gonna Say Goodbye by Jessica E. Subject Never Gonna Say Goodbye Author: Jessica E. Subject Reviewer: Twimom Rating: C, 2.5 Stars What I’m Talking About: Never Gonna Say Goodbye is the third and final novella in a short sci-fi romance trilogy from Jessica E. Subject. The series follows the lives of individuals who work for a powerful company known as Planet Corp. We learned in the first two tales that Planet Corp is all-controlling, its leaders are malevolent, and several individuals have attempted to escape life with Planet Corp by joining The Underground. The third installment begins just after the “forbidden” weddings among those in The Underground, occurring at the conclusion of the second story. Our...
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Sep
19

Review: Darke London by Coleen Kwan

Review: Darke London by Coleen Kwan Darke London Author: Coleen Kwan Reviewer: VampBard Rating: A-, 4 stars What I’m Talking About: Darke London was a great little historical distraction.  With a different flavor than my normal reading fare, I thoroughly enjoyed this novella. There really wasn’t anything specific that caused me to rate this title four stars; it just didn’t grab me like those that are a five.  I need an intense emotional connection for that perfect rating.  However, it was an expertly crafted story that had excellent character development. While not truly bothersome, I prefer a bit more setting description than Ms. Kwan chose to use.  I’m OK with that, but in this instance, my...
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Sep
2

Review: Friday Afternoon by Sylvia Ryan

Review: Friday Afternoon by Sylvia Ryan Friday Afternoon Author: Sylvia Ryan  Reviewer: VampBard Rating: A+, 5 stars What I’m Talking About: Friday Afternoon, my first journey into the works of Ms. Sylvia Ryan, absolutely hits my top 10 books of 2013.  Ryan’s perfect blend of reality – the reality of actually being a parent – with the fantasy that we, too, can have steaming-hot sex with our long-term partners makes me weep with joy.  This title is off-the-charts HOT!!! I highly recommend this title for anyone that has been struggling with the doldrums of their own sex life within a monogamous relationship.  The way Ms. Ryan frankly discusses the patterns we allow ourselves to fall...
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Aug
30

Review: Single Wolf Female by Jessica Sims

Review: Single Wolf Female by Jessica Sims Single Wolf Female Author: Jessica Sims Reviewer: Twimom227 Rating: B-, 3 Stars What I’m Talking About: After her alpha male brother Cash died suddenly, Alice, the alpha female is left trying to hold the Savage pack together. However a pack must have an alpha male and female, and unless Alice finds an alpha mate before the full moon, she will find herself the unwilling mate of nasty Roscoe (and let me tell you, based on some of his actions, he is creepy!) Since time is of the essence, Alice turns to shifter-friendly dating service, Midnight Liaisons. The only alpha at Midnight Liaisons is the mysterious Jackson. Way too laid-back...
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Aug
29

Review: Ningaloo Nights by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Review: Ningaloo Nights by Tracy Cooper-Posey Ningaloo Nights Author: Tracy Cooper-Posey  Reviewer: VampBard Rating: A-, 4 stars What I’m Talking About: Ningaloo Nights was my first foray into Tracy Cooper-Posey’s Go Get ‘em Women collection, but not my first journey into the page-scorching erotic romance that I’ve come to know and love from this talented author.  With a heat index of 5 out of 5 (seriously, I was blushing IN PUBLIC while reading this one!), be sure the air conditioning is working, and the ice bin is full! Amazon says this to-the-point novella is around 92 pages.  When I was reading a PDF e-arc, at around the 85% mark, the story ended (I was wondering...
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Aug
27

Review: Kiss of Venom by Jennifer Estep

Review: Kiss of Venom by Jennifer Estep Kiss of Venom Author: Jennifer Estep Reviewer: Twimom227 Rating: B+, 3.5 Stars What I’m Talking About: Taking place shortly after the events in the previous book, Deadly Sting, Kiss of Venom is told from the first person POV of Owen Grayson, the once lover of heroine Gin Blanco. It was very different reading the story from Owen’s perspective, when for so long we only “hear” what Gin thinks. But this was a much-needed story for those fans of the series who are “team Owen.” The novella immediately lets the reader in on Owen’s true feelings about Gin killing his once love, Selina Debouis (Widow’s Web) and the subsequent actions...
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Aug
26

Review: Heat Wave by Taryn Kincaid

Review: Heat Wave by Taryn Kincaid Heat Wave Author: Taryn Kincaid Reviewer: Twimom227 Rating: B-, 3 Stars What I’m Talking About: Zena Night, sister of Lily and Dagney (from previous stories), is a succubus who is happy with her life of one-night stands and anytime-she-wants-it sex. But then she encounters Bhyrne Raines, head of the Queen Succubus’s guard, and suddenly she wants more. Bhyrne, a fire demon and cousin to Max Raines (previous story), worked his way up the ladder as a free demon and prides himself on his cold, stone demeanor. But after one look at Zena, he is precarious close to throwing it all away. Not only is she extremely tempting, but as...
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Aug
6

Review: Never Gonna Desert You by Jessica E. Subject

Review: Never Gonna Desert You by Jessica E. Subject Never Gonna Desert You Author: Jessica E. Subject Reviewer: Twimom227 Rating: B, 3.5 Stars What I’m Talking About: Brooke returns home after a long day at work, expecting her boyfriend to propose. Instead, she discovers that what he meant by taking “the next step” was a ménage with a female coworker. After kicking them both out, Melina returns to explain that she only agreed to the ménage because she is attracted to Brook. Soon the pair are become friends and much more. Brook’s father is a bigwig at Planet Core, the corporation that controls the city and everyone in it. When he threatens Melina with the secret knowledge of...
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Jul
26

Review: Marine with Benefits by Heather Long

Review: Marine with Benefits by Heather Long Marine With Benefits Author: Heather Long  Release Date: July 18, 2013 Publisher: Decadent Publishing Company Always A Marine Book 16, 1NS ISBN: #978-1613335604 Genre: Military Romance, Novella Format(s): e-book Book Source: Publisher Reviewer: B. About the Book: She’s his best friend’s sister… From cradle to grave, Derek and Keith grew up together, enlisted, served, and rose through the ranks together. When Keith died in the field, the last thing he asked for was Derek to keep watch over his sister. But every time Derek is around Kara, he wants to touch her. A promise stands between them and he refuses to seduce his best friend’s baby sister. Determined to...
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Jul
22

Review: Making It Last by Ruthie Knox

Review: Making It Last by Ruthie Knox Making It Last Author: Ruthie Knox  Release Date: July 15, 2013 Publisher: Loveswept Camelot Series, Book #4 Genre: Contemporary Romance, Novella Format(s): e-book Book Source: Publisher About the book: A hotel bar. A sexy stranger. A night of passion. There’s a part of Amber Mazzara that wants those things, wants to have a moment—just one—when life isn’t a complicated tangle of house and husband and kids and careers. Then, after a long, exhausting “vacation” with her family, her husband surprises her with a gift: a few days on the beach . . . alone. Only she won’t be alone for long, because a handsome man just bought her a...
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