Firestorm by Anne Malcom

Firestorm is the second book in the Sons of Templar series. You can read my blog post about book one here. Amy Abrams doesn’t do love. Nor does she do emotional attachments, unless you count the connection she has with designer handbags. She grew up in an Upper East Side penthouse, which had about asContinue reading “Firestorm by Anne Malcom”

Making the Cut by Anne Malcom

Okay, so Making the Cut is the first book in a Cali-based outlaw motorcycle club romance series (the series is called Sons of Templar). It is more “pop-culture” than the other MC books I have been reading so it is a good choice if you prefer less explicit romances that still have sex and badContinue reading “Making the Cut by Anne Malcom”

Exquisite Redemption – a review

Exquisite Redemption is the third book in Ann Mayburn’s Iron Horse MC series. They feature a Texas-based 1% motorcycle club and the hardcore bombshells the members fall for… and they fall hard. I’m not sure if this will continue throughout the series, but the first couple introduced have two books to tell their stories and theContinue reading “Exquisite Redemption – 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”

Fear Us – a review

** I received a free advanced reading copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Fear Us is the third book in the Broken Love series.  The first two books were about Kieran and Lake, and this book picks up four years after the events of Fear You to tell the story ofContinue reading “Fear Us – 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”

Captured Miracle – a book review

The Captured Miracle series is a captive romance story where the “hero” is actually an anti-hero who kidnaps the heroine from her bed in the dead of night. I should say that it is a dark romance; however, after reading the first novel in the trilogy, I don’t really think it is all that dark.Continue reading “Captured Miracle – a book review”

Hold Me by Anna Zaires – book review

This is a series of three books, the third of which is Hold Me, and I’m reviewing it in this post. I have already posted reviews of the first two books (Twist Me; Hold Me) and this review WILL contain SPOILERS for them. Anna Zaire writes a couple of series. The one that I am goingContinue reading “Hold Me by Anna Zaires – book review”

Twist Me by Anna Zaires – book review

Anna Zaire writes a couple of series. The one that I am going to review is a modern, new adult, (very) dark romance. The male protagonist is an anti-hero (Julian), a very successful international weapons dealer. He kidnaps 18yo Nora and takes her to his extremely remote private island in the South Pacific where heContinue reading “Twist Me by Anna Zaires – book review”

Crow’s Row – a review

Crow’s Row, by Julie Hockley, is a coming of age story told from the perspective of its heroine, second year university student Emily Sheppard. The series takes its name from the first book, with the second called Scare Crow. Emily is living in the ghetto, near to where the older brother she idolized died several yearsContinue reading “Crow’s Row – a review”