I liked this book, and I LOVED Caleb. This man could do no wrong in my mind. [4.5/5 stars]
I could have read 100 more pages about Akira and Lana’s love story and more about life in Hawaii. [4.5/5 stars]
This is a great read for those of us who like a bit of romantic predictability mixed with passionate love scenes. [4.5/5 stars]
Blaire and Rush have too much lust and love and strife and drama between them for any more things to be thrown their way. And then, MORE is tossed into their lives. [4.5/5 stars]
Just like its predecessor, Frenemies is a super hot, super quick, super good read. I highly recommend it as the quintessential beach read or if you need a quickie. [4.5/5 stars]
I seriously loved this little story. As the perfect (for lack of a better phrase) palate cleanser for reading some heavy books, Friends with Benefits is a sweet, hot, and funny novella. I finished this in one sitting and giggled out loud at several parts. Highly recommended read for when you need a quickie. [4.5/5 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 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.
Just One Night, Part 1: The Stranger is a great start to a series that I can’t fathom how it will turn out.
I loved this peek into Nora’s world before she became “Nora.” A trained submissive, Eleanor will do whatever her master commands…even spend a week with a stranger.