I loved reading this from Ethan’s perspective, but his voice seemed to be too simplistic for a successful security mogul. But then again, I’m not a man and maybe that’s really how they think. He loves his girl and will let nothing hurt her, not even himself. I can’t wait to read the 3rd! [4/5 stars]
I hate/love when a book I didn’t expect to bring me to tears makes me cry like Tammy Faye. In between the (what felt like) decades of sexual tension between Lena and Mason, there’s a lot of self-discovery and emotion and drama I love. Definitely one to read. [February 2013]
I really wish Kristen Ashley would stop writing so many good books with alpha men I want to bang. Not only do I want to take Max into my bed, but I want him to be happy with Nina. Yes, that sounds dichotomous, but it’s how my brain works when I love a story and its characters. A super-great read.
After being slain by the ending of Sebastian, there was no way I was going to pass up Caroline. Seeing as this is now one of my favorite books, I was not disappointed. And then going back and reading Sebastian after reading Caroline, my heart broke and healed so many times at re-reading all of the fulfilled dreams. Beautiful, wonderful, heart-crunching, heart-healing, and a must-read-or-die series. [5/5 stars]
Loved it. With Joss’s horrible past and the mystery surrounding her issues, this is slightly more than the typical romance story.
And then the floor fell out from under me when I fell in complete love with everyone and everything, all while my heart was crumbling, wishing I could read straight into the next book in the series.
Holy moses, this is a trip and a half. Mystery shrouded in secrets hidden in international crime with a healthy smattering of sexual tension and sexy time.
I just. I…don’t. OK, I’m seriously pissed. Like, I can’t even think of the right words to say that exemplify my level of pissedness at this book.
At its core, The Story of Rachel is a falling-in-love-story *slash* intro-to-BDSM-story. Mix in some funny banter, talking head characters, and some heartbreak, and you’ve got this easy-read book.
Emma: She’s a lady in the streets but a freak in the bed.
The Proposition is a good read for those of us who like sweet and lovely mixed in with our sexy.
The level of WTFness that twists and turns and makes me want nothing good for any of these people is delectable.
You gotta love a beefy law-abiding, law enforcement officer who is wiling to put up with a crapload of trouble from the woman he loves. [4/5 stars]