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]
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]
I didn’t expect this to be funny and light-hearted, but it was without taking away from the intensity of the rituals and storyline. If you’re infatuated with anything Italian, you’ll love the history embedded into the storyline. Highly recommend for readers who like stories of discovery, intensity, and intimately detailed sex scenes. [5/5 stars]
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]
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]
I’d have rather read this on Lake Como and in the hillsides of Italy than lying in my marital bed. Maggie and Michael may have been the main characters of the book, but Italy its own character that wrapped up these two in a wine-soaked blanket of lust.
Simply, I loved this book. I read The Marriage Bargain several months ago, and I don’t remember liking it as much as I like The Marriage Trap. It’s a sequel, but only in that there are some of the same characters. The writing seemed better, the sex scenes seemed more intense, and the characters had much more depth. [5/5 stars]
I triple-love when a series of books, movies, and TV shows gets better with age. The Up In The Air series is exactly why I continue with a series until the end: it gets so much better as things go along. I’m kind of shocked that Mr. Crazypants-Cavendish didn’t get himself committed (not a spoiler-alert), but I am surprised at how much I loved getting to the end of Grounded. Not because I wanted it to end, but because I love a nice story package, wrapped up and presented in a satisfying way. And we all know Mr. Crazypants-Cavendish is all about satisfaction. [5/5 stars]
The writing in this book and its predecessor is impeccable. Other than having to know what happens with Livvie and Caleb, the writing is what pushed me through to the end of the book. I’m more than glad I was encouraged by others who’ve read it to read on. The dark, disturbing story is one I think should be read by anyone who reads romance or erotica for the knowledge gained by getting a glimpse into human trafficking. This is one of those stories that will live on in my mind, not just as a love story but as a reminder of the need for social change.
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.
Is Kingsley taking applications for his School of Submission? I’ll take one.
Brilliant. Major WTFness, making twists and turns, taunting me from my bedside table to keep reading.
Olivia Cunning can pen a sex scene better than any other smut author I’ve read. Mix in two bi-sexual men and their girlfriend, and this book burned my insides, giving me chills like no other book has.
I cannot get enough of these guys. No, really. I could read them for all of eternity and never get tired of delving into the back of the Sinners’ bus.
Featuring my first and favorite book boyfriend, Brian Sinclair, Backstage Pass sucked me into Olivia Cunning’s magical way of penning a sex scene.
The level of WTFness that twists and turns and makes me want nothing good for any of these people is delectable.