Naughty, hot, secret piercing, rock star, and tattoos. What’s not to like? [4/5 stars]
Though I asked myself, “ARE THEY EVER GOING TO BE HONEST WITH ONE ANOTHER?” way too many times, I loved the heart-string pulling and sex scenes throughout the book. [4/5 stars]
Definitely different from the typical happily ever after romance, but it’s a story that’s incredible to read. Murder, adultery, evil, and lust all have a place in Undeniable. [4/5 stars]
Taking place over a period of several years (most of the book took place over the course of a year), the story involves a lot of dialogue, both inner and between characters. If you like reading romances without cliff-hangers, this is a great book for you to read. [4/5 stars]
Finally, a smut book where the girl is neither sweet nor innocent and she doesn’t fall deeply head-over-heels in mere days. [4/5 stars]
I love the idea of a small-town girl falling for the superstar actor boy. Through many (MANY) pages of strife and conflict, I ended up loving this couple and love them even more after reading Love Unrehearsed. [4/5 stars]
When you need some right and proper, down and dirty, hot and steamy, long-lasting sex scenes, read Conviction. [4/5 stars]
Once I got started with the McKay boys, I couldn’t stop. Like any addiction, I got a taste and couldn’t find a way to stop. The Rough Riders series revolves around the wild McKay family and their lives in and around Wyoming. The series MUST be read in order as each book refers back to the family previously featured in earlier books. They’re highly sexual, some sweeter than others, some just this side of deliciously nasty. The Rough Riders series is HIGHLY recommended.
Much like the first two Married to a Billionaire books (The Marriage Bargain & The Marriage Trap), The Marriage Mistake is based around a love story of two people discovering one another and that they belong together. There’s no doubt that they will eventually end up in bed together, but how it happens is the central question. With the feistiness and stubbornness of Carina and the mislead desires of Maximus, the two tease the inevitable. Probst offers some surprises that I’m glad to have read, enough so that the book redeemed itself from being just another romance. [4/5 stars]
Finding, hating, agreeing to marry, then falling for a billionaire hottie is the epitome of every girl’s fantasy. Luckily for us, Jennifer Probst can write a good fantastical book with some delicious love scenes. [4/5 stars]
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]
While this book was elegantly written and the story premise is poignant, it was difficult to read through the torture of the kidnapped girl. This is DEFINITELY not a book for anyone with a violent past or a weak stomach.
If you like sex-crazed vampires in not overly weird or confusingly paranormal books, read the Black Dagger Brotherhood books.
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.
Much like many of the other seduced-by-a-billionaire-crazy-man books, Naked enticed me in with lovely love scenes and the promise of some drama in the upcoming books.
A sweet will they? won’t they? story of college kids with troubled pasts. I quickly fell in love with Hunter, wanting him to overcome his sweet jerkiness.
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.
Deliciously dirty with some very public, very *ahem* titillating public love scenes that follow up Backstage Pass nicely.
Absolutely NOT the typical romance book. A great read for anyone looking for something different from the girl + boy + doubt + revelation = romance novel.