Exquisite Danger – a review

Exquisite Danger is the second part of Smoke and Swan’s story and the second book in the Iron Horse MC series. As such, it cannot be read as a stand-a-lone. For my review of book one, click here.   Blurb: For the first time in my life I know what it’s like to be completelyContinue reading “Exquisite Danger – a review”

Exquisite Trouble – a review

In a genre saturated with terrible biker romance/erotica, there are a small handful of authors who stand apart. Ann Mayburn, with her Iron Horse MC series is definitely one of those stand-outs. The first two novels, Exquisite Trouble and Exquisite Danger, are Mayburn’s debut MC couple, Smoke (hero) and Swan (heroine). I’m going to reviewContinue reading “Exquisite Trouble – a review”

Breaking Love – a review

I’m a happy girl :) I received an e-arc copy of Breaking Love from the amazing and talented B.B. Reid! The following is my honest and unbiased review. If you aren’t familiar with this series, “BL” is the fourth book in the Broken Love series. The first two novels are about the first couple andContinue reading “Breaking Love – a review”

No Place to Run – a review

No place to run is the second novel in Maya Banks’ KGI series which features a post-military career family of 6 boys who start their own consulting business together, covering everything from outsourced government jobs, to private hostage rescues and corporate security. Here’s the blurb: Sam Kelly was her first love. The last person Sam Kelly expectedContinue reading “No Place to Run – a review”

Bound by Temptation – a review

Bound by Temptation is the fourth book in the Born in Blood Mafia Chronicles series by Cora Reilly. I have previously reviewed the first three books in the series on this blog, all of which I gave positive reviews to ( here ). So it is with heavy heart that I admit I did notContinue reading “Bound by Temptation – a review”

Ethan Frost series by Tracy Wolff- a review

The Ethan Frost series is very similiar to the Crossfire series by Sylvia Day, which I read a couple of years ago and liked. The first two books, which I’ll review in this post, are written from the perspective of the heroine, Chloe. Background info: Chloe is a university student, pre-law, who scores her dreamContinue reading “Ethan Frost series by Tracy Wolff- a review”

Girl, Stolen by April Henry – a book review

Sixteen-year-old Cheyenne Wilder is sleeping in the back of the car while her stepmom fills a prescription for antibiotics. Before Cheyenne realizes what’s happening, the car is being stolen. Griffin hadn’t meant to kidnap Cheyenne and once he finds out that not only does she have pneumonia, but that she’s blind, he really doesn’t knowContinue reading “Girl, Stolen by April Henry – a book review”

Craving Absolution by Nicole Jacquelyn – a review

Nicole Jacquelyn writes an outlaw MC series that is full of strong-willed, dominant bikers with out-spoken alpha females at their sides. The third book in the series is Craving Absolution. It features Casper, who was introduced in book 1 as a prospect to the Aces MC, and is now a full-patch member. His heroine is FarrahContinue reading “Craving Absolution by Nicole Jacquelyn – a review”

Craving Redemption by Nicole Jacquelyn – a review

Nicole Jacquelyn writes an outlaw MC series that is full of strong-willed, dominant bikers with out-spoken alpha females at their sides. The second book in the series is Craving Redemption. Book Blurb: Asa and Callie had nothing in common. He was an Ace, raised in the club and loyal to it above all else. SheContinue reading “Craving Redemption by Nicole Jacquelyn – a review”

Craving Constellations by Nicole Jacquelyn – a review

Nicole Jacquelyn writes an outlaw MC series that is full of strong-willed, dominant bikers with out-spoken alpha females at their sides. The first book in the series is Craving Constellations. It features a daughter of the Aces MC who grew up in the club, only to abandon the only family she has ever known while inContinue reading “Craving Constellations by Nicole Jacquelyn – a review”