Saturday, October 31, 2015

Alice Cooper Volume 1 by Joe Harris, Brandon Jerwa

It's creepy, it's nitty gritty and dark and absolute delight. 

The Lord of Nightmares is back to reclaim his throne and bring with him a good scare.

Not everyone will love this one, but trust me it's good, plus we have a giant scary snake with red eyes and monsters. What more enticement do you need?

Rating 5 out of 5 

Friday, October 30, 2015

Mine (Club Sin #7) by Stacey Kennedy

Dmitri and Presley—the scorching-hot couple who started it all in Claimed—return to save Club Sin in the exhilarating new short novel from USA Today bestselling author Stacey Kennedy.

Dmitri Pratt is living out his dream. Not only does he own the ultimate playground for the BDSM lifestyle, he’s found a special connection with his deliciously sexy sub, Presley Flynn, the woman who complements him in ways that go far beyond the bedroom. But when an anonymous blackmailer threatens to expose the elite, high-profile members of Club Sin in a notorious tabloid, Dmitri’s perfect world spirals out of control.

Before she met Dmitri, Presley never imagined she would find a Master who could deliver on all her hottest fantasies. Dmitri’s love and his sensual artistry surprise her every day, until he suddenly turns distant and cold. For the first time, Presley wonders where Dmitri’s heart truly lies: with her, or with Club Sin. As the life they’ve built together begins to crumble, Presley can only trust that Dmitri has what it takes—to defend what’s his, and win back the woman he cannot live without.

Mine is intended for mature audiences.

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“Club Sin is no longer safe.”

Six words Dmitri Pratt had never imagined saying rushed from his mouth, and having said them out loud made them real. Sitting behind the cherrywood desk in his home office, Dmitri faced the men he’d appointed to oversee his exclusive BDSM dungeon, Club Sin.

Nestled by the bay window in the corner of the room, Club Sin Masters Kyler Morgan and Aidan McKnight sat on the black leather couch, frowns creasing their brows. Next to them on the wingback chairs, the other Club Sin Masters, Miles Sanchez and Porter Marshall, stared straight ahead in evident confusion.

Gutted by the realization of what lay before him, Dmitri shifted his focus to the Club Sin submissive standing near the doorway, awaiting his direction. “Please explain our situation, Sarah.”

Sarah’s head was bowed. Her long black hair curtained her face, yet it couldn’t shield the quick intake of breath passing through her cherry-red lips. “I’m not sure if you all know this, but I work for Gotcha!”

Porter, a private investigator—who was physically suited for his job, being tall and solidly built—asked, “The tabloid?”

“Yep, that one.” Sarah’s head lifted, and she gazed at the men through her thick lashes, revealing shy brown eyes. “Earlier tonight my boss delivered an envelope of pictures to my house.”

Dmitri tightened his fists on his desk, preparing himself.

Sarah continued, “The pictures show some of the Club Sin members. Their names are on the photos.”


The police officer, Kyler, shot to his feet. His light brown hair was disheveled from his sudden movement, and his fists were clenched at his sides. “Someone has been talking pictures of us . . . here?”

Sarah shifted on her feet, giving a quick nod. “I’ve asked my boss for a few days to investigate the pictures. I thought that might buy you some time.”

“That was smart of you, Sarah,” said Aidan, a defense attorney and the most serious of the men.

Dmitri noted Sarah’s small smile at the compliment before she added, “You have to act fast to find the leak. I’ve got a week to investigate before she prints the story.”

Dmitri considered suing the tabloid. They could intervene before the story broke. The photographer could be resentful, though, and simply post the photos on the Internet. Frustrated by the thought, he scanned the faces of his close friends, knowing the decision also belonged to them. “Thank you for relaying what you’ve learned, Sarah. I’d ask that you excuse yourself now.” She turned to exit the room. Before she left, Dmitri added, “Please keep this information to yourself until I can talk to the members.”

“I understand.” She shut the door behind her.

Silence remained in her absence.

Sarah had told him about the pictures a half hour ago, and Dmitri had yet to accept it.

Conflicted by his personal feelings and his responsibility to Club Sin members, he examined the twelve pictures on his desk. The faces staring back were of himself and his submissive, Presley, plus the Club Sin Masters and their submissives, along with the lone bachelor, Miles.

The only Master not pictured was Sawyer Quinn, which told Dmitri that the pictures had been taken sometime in the last year. Sawyer had left behind Club Sin and the BDSM lifestyle before marrying Chloe Nash five months ago. A frown pulled on Dmitri’s mouth as he also noted images of a well-known heart surgeon who was a Dominant and a couple of submissives who had high-powered jobs.

While the pictures didn’t show anyone inside the dungeon, all of them showed women in a vulnerable moment, with wind catching coats or skirts and revealing a garter belt or lacy panties beneath. Dmitri didn’t doubt that someone had spent a lot of time staking out his house, waiting for the perfect moment to capture the damning pictures.

Aidan rose from his place on the couch and approached Dmitri’s desk. Brows drawn together over his gray eyes, he picked up a picture of himself and his wife. In bold writing it was captioned Aidan and Cora McKnight. “What the fuck is this?” he growled.

“Believe me, I wish I knew.” Dmitri gripped the arms of his chair, staying put as the other

Masters positioned themselves around Aidan to see the pictures. Waves of anger ignited in the room, making the air thick.

Porter’s hazel eyes blazed when he saw the photo of his wife, Kenzie. “Does Sarah have any suspicions of who’s behind this?”

Dmitri shook his head. “Her boss is keeping the person’s identity a secret.”

Miles grabbed one of the photos. “Is Sarah in any of these pictures?”

“No.” Dmitri understood the implication. “But she brought the information forward. I doubt she’s involved.” He drew in a long breath, settling his rage, not wanting to accuse anyone who didn’t deserve it. “In fact, I can’t imagine anyone in Club Sin doing this to the members.”

Nods followed.

Porter cursed at the photo in his hand and then dropped it on the desk. “What about enemies? Anyone piss off someone lately?”

Of course the private investigator went straight to the motive of vengeance, Dmitri thought.

As Dmitri watched each Master shake his head, even he couldn’t come up with a suspect. “The casino brings some heated conversations with my competitors”—that went hand in hand with being the president of one of Vegas’s top casinos—“but that said, I don’t imagine anyone would feel threatened enough by me to do this.”

Aidan brushed a hand across the stubble on his jaw and nodded in agreement. “I can make enemies in my line of work. But nothing that warrants this defamation.”

Kyler crumpled the picture of himself and his wife, Ella, before tossing it in the garbage can.

“We all piss off someone in some way every day.” His lips thinned. “Christ, this could ruin us all.”

Author Info
Stacey Kennedy is the USA Today bestselling author of the Club Sin series. She writes deeply emotional romances about powerful men and the wild women who tame them. When she’s not plugging away at a new story, she’s either hiking, canoeing, relaxing around a campfire, or obsessing over Penny Dreadful, Game of Thrones, and Outlander. Stacey lives in southwestern Ontario with her husband (who puts any of the heroes in her books to shame), their two young children, and her other babies: a mini labradoodle named Jax and a chocolate labrador named Murphy.

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Snoopy: Contact! by Charles M. Schulz


Our favorite beagle is up for adventure! With the use of his imagination Snoopy goes on many adventures and gets himself into a whole lot of wackiness.

This book is perfect for children of all ages. Its full of whimsy that will have you laughing all day long.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

LOVE Volume 2: THE FOX by Frederic Brremaud

This is a silent story, you won't see text bubbles or anything of the sort; what we have is the depiction of a beautiful story of love as a fox ventures through high and low to rescue her cub.

The art was just beautiful and the story so sweet. 

Rating 5 out of 5 

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

The New Year's Wish by Dani-Lyn Alexander

Olivia Calloway has a tendency to be a bit scattered, but she's made a plan to turn things around by New Year's. First things first, find a job; of course it would help if she could get to the interview on time.

Garrett Emerson couldn't send away Olivia when she showed up late for her interview and as such hires her as his temporary assistant.

Garrett falls for Olivia's kindness and flaws; he is a bit hesitant at first because as a scorned single father he fears falling in love again.

Olivia and Garrett made such a cute couple, mainly because the characters seemed realistic. The hero wasn't perfect and neither was the heroine, that there is what made me love this short holiday read.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Monday, October 26, 2015

His Work Of Art (Hot & Nerdy #4) by Shannyn Schroeder

This story was a sort of hit and miss with me. I've enjoyed Ms. Schroeder's stories in the past, but for some reason I just could not connect with the main characters, Reese Carter and Adam Hayes.

Originally I thought this would be a really sweet romance and I loved the graphic novels angle, but I felt that Adam really killed the romance.

It was an okay romance, but I didn't really feel the characters connect. Adam seems like a bit of a jerk a lot of the time and the whole race/skin coloring thing distracted from the connection.

Rating 3 out of 5 


Sunday, October 25, 2015

Tempted By Mr. Write by Sara Hantz

Sheridan Farlow just got stuck with covering a romance novel convention in Vegas over a high ranking political event. Obviously she is pissed, especially since the one that pulled her from that assignment is her dad, the one that is always comparing her to her dead brother.

While in Vegas, Sheridan meets Bernard "Mac" Mackenzie a male romance author. Sparks fly and after clearing up a small misunderstanding and a whole lot of fun, these two are able to have their happy ending.

What I didn't like about the story is that there is this constant issue with Sheridan and her dad, yet they never have a conversation, nothing. I felt like we had this piece of chocolate cake dangled in front of us and then had it yanked away from us. Though I did love Mac, he was just funny.

Rating 3 out of 5 

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Tamed By The Outlaw (What Happens in Vegas #6) by Michelle Sharp

A small misunderstanding cause some serious harsh feelings between Grayson Reynolds publishing house CEO and Jessica "Jesse James" Jameson romance writer. 

Well the two are in Vegas again for the romance writers convention and the attraction is still there. After a little butting heads, another misunderstanding and some serious groveling, the outlaw writer Jesse James is able to get her man.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Friday, October 23, 2015

Knightless in Seattle by Jill Jaynes

This was a sweet, short story about a damsel in distress that meets a knight in full shiny chainmail in the middle of a rainy Seattle day.

When Jackie's car runs out of gas, the gorgeous knight Lance Masters comes to her rescue and invites her to LARP fair complete with jousting and all.

It's a short love at first sight read that will have you swooning and hoping a knight comes to your rescue.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Desmond Pucket and the Mountain Full of Monsters by Mark Tatulli

What can I say? This book is absolutely genius. The book is being re-released and I still stand my my first thoughts when I read this book. Mark Tatulli is the guy who does the Lio cartoon strips for the newspaper [if you don’t know which one that is, it’s the one with the adorable little boy that has a pet squid, or is it cephalopod], anyway, his illustrations, or cartoons since it is a kids book and illustrations sounds too grown up are incredible.

The story follows Desmond Pucket as he tries to save the “Mountain Full of Monsters” ride at his local amusement park, while at the same time getting the attention of the girl he’s sweet on [he’s a 6thgrader so its ok].

With the help of his friends Desmond sets out to make enough money to give the monsters a new home; because hey, what kind of monster lover lets them get blown up? Using his love for monsters, he sets up a “Scare for Fun” business [smart kid, hard worker], because remember, you never scare to be mean, that’s not cool, he makes $500 do give as many monsters as possible a new home.
If I wasn’t so into monsters, shadow-ducking would be my second career choice.

I would recommend this book for basically anyone, but technically it is a kid’s book. The story is written simply and combined with the illustrations [sorry, cartoons] it makes it very engaging for young readers. So let’s round up the little monsters [I mean kids] and get them reading.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Stay With Me by Jenny Anastan, Elena Mancini (Translation)

I don't really know how I feel about this story. I'm not even 100% if this is really a second chance romance or what.

Four years ago Zoe Evans had a relationship with Andrew Cooper, then he up and breaks up with her a cruel and callous way. Jump to the present and Andrew is engaged to the bitchy family friend, Ashley that is a couple years younger than Zoe.

When Andrew comes face to face with Zoe, they're both in shock; Andrew never thought he'd see Zoe again and Zoe has a little secret she never told Andrew about. From that point on Andrew runs hot and cold, he wants Zoe but he doesn't; add to that, he doesn't want her to move on.

The writing was good, but for me what really killed it was that Andrew was such an ass and Zoe never really stands up to him she spends her time going between this determination to break away from him and dropping to her knees at the mere sign of affection.

Personally I didn't feel that Andrew redeemed himself as male lead. Furthermore, I would have loved for Zoe to really stand up to Ashley; she is the one that orchestrates everything to try and hurt Zoe and her character just end with the allusion that she goes back to New York and has a mental breakdown.

The story was captivating and the writing style engaging, but the lead characters, I just could not like.

Rating 3 out of 5 

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

A Wrong Bed Christmas: Ignited\Where There's Smoke (The Wrong Bed) by Kimberly Van Meter, Liz Talley

In this fun two for one, we get two very hot holiday romances involving firemen, because we all know being hot is a requirement to be a fireman.

In the first story we have Alexis Matheson and Layton Davis, who after a very unconventional and hilarious start, find they may have just met their other half.

In the second story we have Erik Matheson and Emma Brent. Since Alexis is unable to accompany her friend on a little road trip, her brother Erik volunteers. With a little snow, an ill advised detour and some breaking and entering, these two finally give into and acknowledge their feeling for each other.

This is a fun book to read on a cold or if you're from Southern California a warm winter night.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Monday, October 19, 2015

Alex + Ada Volume 3 by Sarah Vaughn, Jonathan Luna

This great story has come to it's end in a jaw dropping set of events that will have you screaming, hating, crying and smiling.

Alex and Ada are from two whole different worlds and society would never accept their relationship, but through it all they find love. The story takes us through the now and into the future and we get to see how their lives progress.

If you want to know if these two lovers get their happy ending; if you want to know if love does conquer all, then grab the last book and see what happens. 

Rating 5 out of 5 

Sunday, October 18, 2015

One Night with the Playboy (Whiskey River #5) by Katherine Garbera

26209121This is the fifth and final book in the Whiskey River series and it follows the last brother. We've read about Trey, Wyatt and Xander all finding love in Whiskey River, well now it's Nick's turn.

It's been a year since Nicholas "Nick" Blue has seen Reba Duvall and he's about to get a big surprise.

Now Reba and Nick must decide if they have what it takes to be a real couple and whether or not Nick will be able to overcome his fears.

The story was okay, but I honestly didn't think Nick really worked for Reba. From the very beginning, he hasn't seen her in a year and his first though is "hey, we should jump into bed". Worse he goes on about how he really cares for her, but you don't really get that impression from him.

Reba was too blah. The moment she see's Nick, she forgets he's a bit of jerk and just fawns over his stay/run attitude.

Rating 3 out of 5 

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Black Science, Vol. 3: Vanishing Point by Rick Remender

Can all these characters die already. The storyline started out so promising, but as the series progressed it just fell flat. None of the characters are likable and the children have become incredibly annoying.

Grant is back and the team continues on their journey through the Onion; as the story continue I really to pray that these horrid characters die and just the kids get tossed back to their mother and the end.

In volume 1 I was like okay, I can get into this; in volume 2 I was like hmm, yeah, no; but now I'm like please put this series out of it's misery.

Rating 2 out of 5 

Friday, October 16, 2015

Coming Home by Greg Ruth

21469106This was such an emotional read; it focuses on a young boy awaiting the arrival of his mother as she returns from war.

The boy goes through the air field seeing all the people finding and reuniting with their loved one, but he does not see his mother; at this point I'm almost in tears because I'm thinking she may not be coming back. In the end the boy gets his happy reunion; this book is about that feeling families and children go through as they wait for a loved one to return.

This was a sweet book about hope and happiness. The art in this book was also very expressive and emotive. 

Rating 5 out of 5 

Thursday, October 15, 2015

If You Take a Mouse to School by Laura Joffe Numeroff

Ay, ay, ay! This little mouse is a handful; this whimsical tale entertains the little ones in a creative and animated manner.

Most of us know the classic If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and know just how demanding this little mouse can be so of course bringing him to school is bound to have a headache or two. But through it all this little mouse will keep the little one laughing and asking questions; and for that I say read.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Chew, Vol. 10: Blood Puddin' by John Layman, Rob Guillory (artist)

This was a good one with some funny/weird/crazy powers.

In this story, Tony is about to go head to head with one of his fiercest villains. Tony's gonna have to eat some very scary looking chicken dish to gain the powers and skills to kick ass.

I'ma throw this out there but Tony's power sucks, you have to eat/taste food or anything if you want the memories/powers that looks weird; the guy that could make tanks and stuff out of sugar. That guy had a cool power; like hey hmm I need a gummy bear army.

Overall, the story and the art was good; definitely worth checking out, just no eating or tasting things, ewww.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Pigs in Pajamas by Maggie Smith

This was a short and entertaining story about Penelope Pig having a slumber party.

The pages are bright and colorful, but at the same time they're education. The main theme of the book is the use of the letter "P". The book uses a lot of words with the letter "P" like piano, pie, pizza, prancing and so on.

This is fun story to get the little ones to bed.

Rating 4 out of 5 

Monday, October 12, 2015

Saving Laurel Springs by Lin Stepp

25967613This was a second chance romance the follows childhood sweethearts Rhea Dean and Carter Layman as they get a second chance at love.

The story was alright, but it felt too done before. Small town, boy moves away, girl stays behind. Boy marries, has family, wife dies, he returns to the small town and reconnect with his first and "true" love.

The reason I couldn't give this story a much better score is that they always make the girl out to be this sad thing that puts her life on like permanent hold. She's supposed to be pretty, smart, hard working but she's hung up on this love that has moved on and she stays frozen.

The story did have some moments that made me think it was okay; I just couldn't 100% like Carter and that is why the story suffered with me.

Rating 3.5 out of 5 

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Slow Ride (Playing for Keeps #1) by Cathryn Fox

This was fun second chance story where the quiet, studious girl finally gets the star jock. Chase Cooper always had a thing for Julia Blair, but being best friends with her twin sister meant he kept his hands off. 

Friends always teased Chase that he had a thing for Julia's twin and his best friend but he always denied. When he and his friends make a drunken pact to reach out to someone from their past that may have been the one that got away he sends the invite to Mari his former best friend, only it's not Mari that shows up but Julia.

Chase is actually a lot happier that Julia showed up and he decided to pursue the girl he couldn't have in high school.

Julia is now a lawyer and when she takes that invite she is shocked to see that it was Chase that sent it. She decides to relax and finds that Chase really is other half.

It's a fun read and Chase was so swoon worthy; perfect son, romantic, yeah definitely swoon.

Rating 4 out of 5 

Saturday, October 10, 2015

One Night with the Bad Boy (Whiskey River #4) by Eve Gaddy

So, we've pretty much been hooked on this series since we first read about the crazy will that brought together four bothers in Where There's a Will

In this book we follow Xander Blue and Bailey Richmond as they conquer some personal obstacles to find their happily ever after with each other.

While this book can be read on its own, I very strongly recommend reading the books in order. In this one we have drama and whole lot of love. The characters were really enjoyable; Xander and Bailey really get you hooked.

Katherine Garbera and Eve Gaddy have really delivered with this great, must read series.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Friday, October 9, 2015

Unblocked Collection by Marni Mann

Originally released in five parts this book collects all five parts of one of the steamiest stories you'll read in a while.

The story follows Derek Block and Frankie Jordan as they face their past, their future and get everything they've worked their butts off for.

Ms. Mann really knows how to bring you a story with characters that will get you addicted to the drama.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Thursday, October 8, 2015

All I Need is You by Wendy S. Marcus

Perfect for fans of Kristan Higgins and Robyn Carr, this sexy yet sweet military romance reunites a headstrong dancer and a rugged army soldier after one steamy encounter tears them apart.

As a dancer who creates mesmerizing visions onstage, Neve James is looking for the same kind of stability in her love life. Her pen pal, Rory McRoy, is on leave from deployment in Afghanistan, so she heads to Boston to surprise him. After corresponding for months as part of a “Support Our Troops” initiative—and exchanging dozens of “Read When You’re Alone” letters—Neve knows what Rory likes, and she intends to fulfill his every fantasy. But all they get are a few blissful moments together before they’re interrupted by a woman claiming to be Rory’s fiancée.

Rory has fallen hard for Neve’s letters. When he finally meets her in person, he has to have her, right then and there—until Neve takes off in a fit of anger. Forced to return to Afghanistan before he can fix things between them, Rory waits four agonizing months to prove that he’s not the man Neve thinks he is. But by the time he arrives in New York, she’s already made up her mind. Luckily, Rory never backs down from a challenge, and he’s prepared to put everything on the line for love.

Advance praise for All I Need Is You

“Wendy S. Marcus has penned a perfect romance in All I Need Is You, with a sexy dancer heroine, a hot military hero with a sense of humor, and a story you won’t want to end.”—New York Times bestselling author Claudia Connor

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“I warned you not to come back here,” Nate snapped at Rory. “And why are you sniffing around my sister when you have a fiancée?”

“I’m not sniffing around yaw sistah,” she heard Rory say in his thick Boston accent. “And I don’t have a fiancée. I’m not engaged and have nevah been engaged. I didn’t lie to you. . . .

Damn it, Neve. We’re friends. Give me—”

“You’re no friend of mine,” she told Rory. Not anymore. Not after what happened when he’d come home on leave several months ago. She lifted her left arm halfway up, glanced back at Nate, and gave a dismissive wave. “Get rid of him.” Thank God she reached the kitchen milliseconds before a humiliating collapse to the floor and managed to land on her chair instead.

“I’m sorry you’re still upset,” Rory called out. “If you’d just let me explain. You wouldn’t answer my calls, didn’t respond to my emails, and sent all my lettahs back, unopened. Now that I’m home for good I’m not going anywhere until we talk.”

“We’ve been talking.” She removed the plastic container of warm soup from the bag and placed it on the table. “Now I’m done talking.” She looked at him. “Goodbye, Rory. Go home.

Have a nice life.”

At that, Rory walked inside her messy condo.

Sheesh. Men. Why don’t they ever do as they’re told?

“Stop,” Nate said in his police voice.

“Arrest him,” Neve suggested while struggling to remove the lid, which seemed to be glued on. Suddenly the effort didn’t seem worth it. What little appetite she’d had was gone.

“He didn’t arrest me last time.” Rory crossed his arms over his chest. “Just drove me away, took me to the train station, and waited around for me to get on.”

Last time when he’d showed up, uninvited, two days before he needed to head back to Afghanistan, banging on her door, demanding to be let in, insisting she give him a chance to explain. Nope. Instead she’d called her brother. “What is the benefit of having a sibling who’s a cop if you won’t arrest people when I tell you to?”

Nate ignored her, as he often did. His full focus elsewhere, he leaned down to look Rory in the eyes. “I recall telling you if you came back around I’d arrest you for real.”

“For what?” Rory asked.

“Trespassing,” Nate answered.

“Harassment,” Neve added. The word had come out of her mouth, she’d felt the vibration of her vocal cords, and yet the voice didn’t sound like hers. A wave of hot, achy, nauseating weakness slammed into her. Her peripheral vision started to narrow. The room started to blur.

She needed to get back to bed, to sleep this off, but when she tried to stand a horrific pain shot through her right hip into her lower back.

Then everything went black.

Author Info
Wendy S. Marcus is an award-winning author of contemporary romance. A nurse by trade Wendy holds a Master of Science in Health Care Administration, a degree that does her absolutely no good as she now spends her days, nights, and weekends mucking around in her characters’ lives creating conflict, emotion, and, of course, a happily ever after. Wendy lives in the beautiful Hudson Valley region of New York. When she’s not writing, she enjoys spending time with her family, which includes her dog Buddy, and blogging/ emailing/ tweeting/ facebooking with her online friends.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Unblocked - Episode Five (Timber Towers, #5) by Marni Mann

24643094In the final episode things get crazy good; the bad guy goes down and Derek and Frankie get their happily ever after.

We have some sad moments and some OMFG moments. Overall we get a great wrap-up for this series that kept us hooked.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Monday, October 5, 2015

Unblocked - Episode Four (Timber Towers, #4) by Marni Mann

24643087In Episode 4 things have come to light and Derek is nearing the climactic point of his war.

Derek and Frankie reach a point where they must make a choice, stay together or separate. 

We have some even steamier scenes and learn a lot more dark secrets, that we end up running to the next and final episode.

Rating 5 out of 5 

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Heart and Sole by Miranda Liasson

This was such a sweet second chance romance, that I would have totally rated higher except for one tiny scene in which pie is wasted and to me there is only one desert holier than pie and that is chocolate cake.

In this story we have Nick Holter and Madison Kingston who were high school sweethearts and then broke up because of an unknown family feud.

As the story progresses we see what really tore these two apart and we start rooting for them to find their happily ever after. I will say towards the end I was not liking Nick, but then he comes back with the grand gesture and completely won me over again.

Rating 4 out of 5 

Friday, October 2, 2015

Unblocked - Episode Three (Timber Towers, #3) by Marni Mann

24643079We've met Derek Block, we've met Frankie Jordan, they've come together, but secrets may tear them apart.

We learn more about what Derek is after and we learn more about Frankie's past. 

You get hooked on this story; the whole time you are like OMG, OMG, I need the next episode like yesterday.

Rating 5 out of 5