Beyond Shame by Kit Rocha

Beyond Shame has THE hottest sex scene I’ve ever read. That alone is reason enough to read this book. [5/5 stars]

Going Under by S. Walden

Going Under is riveting, well-written, tragic, and eye-opening. I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a not-so-typical, emotional roller coaster of a romance story. [5/5 stars]


Rock With Me by Kristen Proby

The hotness of this book is off the charts. Rock With Me is a big, fat must-read. [5/5 stars]

Deep Desires by Charlotte Stein

Deep Desires by Charlotte Stein is highly suggested if you like a quick, heart-warming, bits-warming read. [5/5 stars]


Rules of Entanglement by Gina L. Maxwell

Nessie is a hardass when it comes to her life rules, and Jax is a hardass with everything else. The sweet-talking fighter and Hawaiian resident could melt the panties off any steadfastly independent woman. [4.5/5 stars]


Because of You by Tara Sivec

Mixed in to all of the mystery are some very steamy sex scenes that left me wanting nothing more than a happily ever after for Brady and Layla. [5/5 stars]

Short Rides by Lorelei James

Though this mini-anthology includes three separate shorts, catching us up with couples from the Rough Rider series, Short Rides is worth buying and reading for the Chassie, Trev, and Ed story alone. [5/5 stars]


REAL by Katy Evans

There’s tension packed onto tension with a side of tension all throughout the story, so when it all pays off with such intensity, REAL makes for a must-read book. [5/5 stars]

Connected by Kim Karr

I highly recommend Connected, but unless you’re an impatient masochist like me, wait until the 2nd book is released to read it. [5/5 stars]


Light in the Shadows by A. Meredith Walters

Light in the Shadows is lovely, heart-warming, memory-enducing, nethers-warming, and just about perfect. [5/5 stars]


Find You In The Dark by A. Meredith Walters

Through major emotional ups and downs, Maggie and Clayton have their own bubble of co-dependency that ended with me hanging on what was to happen in the next book. [5/5 stars]

Own The Wind: A Chaos Novel by Kristen Ashley

Having a whole series of Tack and his Chaos brothers is like finding out there’s a mashed potato bar at the party: super delicious and exciting. Own The Wind did NOT disappoint. [5/5 stars]


Lover At Last: A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward

After years and YEARS of building up, Blay and Qhuinn’s story is told. Though I have to admit, I would have loved this book even more if it was JUST their story, but that’s not the way of the BDB books. [5/5 stars]


Avoiding Commitment by K.A. Linde

There’s so much wrongness in what they do, but I couldn’t help but feel heart-broken for all of the wasted emotion and time they spent revolving around one another. [5/5 stars]


Beauty From Pain by Georgia Cates

The sexy scenes were hot, the alternating 1st person narrative was fun to read, and the story progressed as naturally as I could believe a person disconnected from the internet could be. [5/5 stars]


Falling Into You by Jasinda Wilder

Falling Into You destroyed my emotions on every possible level. It’s no secret that there is death and love in this book, but the depths Jasinda takes us into the lives of the characters is overwhelming. [5/5 stars]


Selling Out by Amber Lin

Selling Out is the darkest book I’ve ever read that uses humor to ease the pain felt as the revelations continue to delve into deeper darkness. [5/5 stars]

Easy by Tammara Webber

I love how the book mingles a message with a story of discovery. [5/5 stars]


Giving It Up by Amber Lin

This may be why I loved this book so SO much. It’s not typical; it’s definitely not hearts and flowers. It is however, a must-read. [5/5 stars]


Protecting What’s His by Tessa Bailey

This book has everything I want from a story: snark, sex, suspense, and more sex. All of those things put together made this a fun to read, well written, and easy to recommend. [5/5 stars]


My Bluegrass Baby by Molly Harper

A definite must-read for romance lovers who love funny reads. [5/5 stars]


The Dark Prince by S.L. Jennings

I was ruined by Dorian, but not in the good ways Gabriella was ruined (unfortunately). The Dark Prince is much more paranormal than Dark Light, which for the progression of the series, makes total sense. [5/5 stars]


Dark Light by S.L. Jennings

Though I don’t have any magical powers (that I admit to), nor do I have any conflicted feelings over two hunky men, I really felt like I could relate to Gabriella. I’m not new to paranormal romance, but if you are hesitant to read a book with mystical overtones, Dark Light is a good start. [5/5 stars]

Leave Me Breathless by Cherrie Lynn

Leave Me Breathless by Cherrie Lynn

I fell all over myself wanting to spend more time with this book, never wanting it to end. This is by far the best of the 3 Ross Brothers books. [5/5 stars]


Raid by Kristen Ashley

This book was way too short. I need more of Raid and Hanna to make me swoon, tear and love. For the first time (that I’ve read), one of Kristen Ashley’s alpha males is a bit of a kinkster, and I needed way more of that. [5/5 stars]


Disciplining the Duchess by Annabel Joseph

Once I got into the story and got everyone straight, I fell in love with this couple and rooted for them to make it. [5/5 stars]


Love Unrehearsed by Tina Reber

I really loved this as the love story it was written to be. Ryan’s obsession for keeping Taryn happy and safe was palpable. There was much more sexytime detail than what was in LU1, and I was all too happy to read it. [5/5 stars]


Tidal by Emily Snow

Let’s all agree to read this book. It’s everything a contemporary romance book should be, except for being long enough. [5/5 stars]


Lost To You and Take This Regret by A. L. Jackson

I know that doesn’t really make sense, but my brain is so mushed up from crying all damn day from this book, I just want to say READ THESE BOOKS. [5/5 stars]

Truth by Aleatha Romig

Truth by Aleatha Romig

This is me at 1:30am this morning as I finished Truth: …WHUUUUUUUUUT?

There was a point around when I was 2/3 of my way through the book when I tweeted to Aleatha Romig, “I’m at the point in Truth where I feel like yelling not-nice words at @AleathaRomig.” That was me being nice and not revealing my true emotion of hurty rampage.

As the follow-up book to Consequences, Truth has so much more to it that leaves more questions than answers. Since Ms. Romig admits she likes invoking emotion from her readers, she accomplished that goal times 1000 with me in reading Truth. A must read. [5/5 stars]

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