Into The Blue by Chanel Cleeton

It’s been a few months since I’ve had an all-consuming reading experience, but Chanel Cleeton’s Into the Blue has ended my fangirling dry spell.  If you’re a fan of contemporary second chance romances, you will want to move this book to the top of your TBR!  The second novel in the Wild Aces series, it can be read as a… Read more →

Juked by ME Carter

I’m always on the lookout for novels to add to my “literary comfort food” shelf.  I don’t have many of them (Beth Ehemann’s Cranberry Inn series and Colleen Hoover’s Maybe Someday come to mind), but they are my tried and true books that I turn to when I feel a reading rut coming on or when I just want to… Read more →

Juked by M.E. Carter New Release Blog Tour!

  #BuyNow #LIVE #SportsRomance #MustRead Juked by M.E. Carter is #LIVE #OneClick your copy today #AddToGoodreads #BuyNow #MustRead Amazon: Amazon CA: Amazon UK: Amazon AU: Kobo: iTunes: Blurb Juked: verb. /jook-t/ A slang soccer term meaning: fake out, deceive, confuse your opponent See examples Daniel Zavaro and Quincy Watson: As the rising star… Read more →

Fly With Me by Chanel Cleeton

We’re all familiar with the old saying “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” Unless you’re the badass fighter pilot and spunky clothing shop owner who strike up a fling during a weekend trip to Vegas in Chanel Cleeton’s Fly With Me. Then you take the adage, turn it on its head, and decide to see where your unexpected romance… Read more →

Cover Reveal: Forfeiting Decency by Rachel Schneider

Title: Forfeiting Decency Author: Rachel Schneider Standalone Series: Breaking Habits, Book Two Genre: New Adult Cover Design: Murphy Rae with Indie Solutions Release Date: November 4, 2016     “Sleeping with married men doesn’t bother me as much as not having a place to live does.” Kaley Monroe lived a life of privilege until her father went to prison four years ago and all… Read more →

Wicked Heart by Leisa Rayven

In December 2014, I did something really stupid.  I bought Bad Romeo and I let it sit on my bookshelf.  In April 2015, I did something stupid again.  I bought Broken Juliet, placed it carefully next to Bad Romeo on the bookshelf, and left it there, just one more victim of my impulsive buying habits and slow reading speed.  A… Read more →

The Dance by Alison G. Bailey

I’ve had the pleasure of being an Alison G. Bailey fan since reading Present Perfect back in September 2013.  Her books always provide the things I love best in romance reads – swoonworthy moments, witty dialogue, and memorable characters.  All of these elements combine to produce a reading experience that is uniquely Alison and one that I look forward to… Read more →