Apr 23

ARC Review – All Fired Up (DreamMakers #1) by Vivian Arend & Elle Kennedy

I’m stoked about this series and I can’t wait to see what these two come up with next! ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures

He’s ready to lead the way

Parker Wilson never thought he’d go from battle-hardened soldier to romance expert, but after his stint in the Rangers, that’s exactly what happened. As the owner of DreamMakers Inc., he helps other men win in the love department, using every resource available to plan the perfect date. When a routine recon turns into an unexpected night of passion, Parker’s mission becomes more personal—and he won’t give up until Lynn Davidson is all his.

She’s more than willing to follow

Lynn is a goner from the moment she lays eyes on the delectable Parker. She’s just ditched her boring almost-boyfriend and is tired of sticking to the straight and narrow. It’s time to walk on the wild side, and what better way than in the arms of the most irresistible man she’s ever met? But when their red-hot affair is threatened, it’ll take a team effort to make their dreams come true.

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Apr 23

ARC Review – Grace Street (Chapter 8 #1) by Ella Dominguez

Mr. Black was so much of a villain that I had a hard time understanding Elsa’s actions. But I had a harder time putting the book down because I perversely needed to see what was going to happen next! ~ Leigh, Guilty Pleasures

Warning: This is neither a conventional romance nor a traditional love story. There are no hearts and flowers on the pages of this book. The heroine doesn’t always make wise choices and though I’ve tried to make her strong, she’s often times weak in the face of the fierce hero. The hero is not a knight in a shining armor. He’s broken and frequently cruel, and what every woman in the real world should avoid. What’s contained in this book isn’t real – it’s fiction; dark, depraved and decadent make-believe. Contains detailed sexual encounters, uncomfortable situations and erotic elements including voyeurism, oral and anal. Intended for readers 18+. If you’re down with that, then by all means… read on.

Obsession, possession, resilience, insanity…

Seeking solitude and reprieve from her past failed relationships, Elsa begins her life anew in Richmond, Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 23

ARC Review – Fragile Line by Brooklyn Skye

Fragile Line is a brilliantly told and as an adult I can appreciate the complexity of it despite the distressing and heartbreaking nature of this story. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures

It can happen in a flash. One minute she’s kissing her boyfriend, the next she’s lost in the woods. Sixteen-year-old Ellie Cox is losing time. It started out small…forgetting a drive home or a conversation with a friend. But her blackouts are getting worse, more difficult to disguise as forgetfulness. When Ellie goes missing for three days, waking up in the apartment of a mysterious guy—a guy who is definitely not her boyfriend, her life starts to spiral out of control.

Perched on the edge of insanity, with horrific memories of her childhood leaking in, Ellie struggles to put together the pieces of what she’s lost—starting with the name haunting her, Gwen. Heartbreakingly beautiful, this poignant story follows one girl’s harrowing journey to finding out who she really is.


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Apr 22

ARC Review – Rebel on the Run (Hot Rods) by Jayne Rylon

When you read a book by Jayne you know you are getting kinky hotness that will melt the e-reader from your hands, and Rebel on the Run lives up to those expectations in spades!! It will get your motor running, and have you reaching for your boy-toy be he real or battery powered. ~ KcLu, Guilty Pleasures

Love is waiting on the wrong side of the tracks.

Bryce Ellington has been keeping a really big bomb of a secret. And the platinum-blonde detonator is wearing five-inch heels, standing next to a broken-down Maserati.

His fellow Hot Rods have never pried into the past that forced him from the only life he’d ever known, from the girl he loved. But as recognition dawns in Kaelyn DuChamp’s eyes—just before those eyes roll back in a dead faint—he realizes he’s going to have a lot of explaining to do. And a ton of damage to control.

When Kaelyn’s great escape from her controlling family fizzles—complete with a face-plant in the dirt—she’s relieved to see the flash of tow truck lights. Then shocked to recognize the man behind the wheel. The best friend she’s been missing for too many years.

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Apr 22

ARC Review – No Chance in Hell (Lost and Found, Inc. #3) by Jerrie Alexander

The heat, the romance and the suspense add to it the heart pounding thrill of not knowing, where you can feel your pulse quicken needing the answers from one minute to the next you’ll be in whirlwind of emotions!!! ~ Shey, Guilty Pleasures

After a drunk driver killed Marcus Ricci’s wife while he was deployed in Afghanistan, he closed up emotionally. Working at Lost and Found, Inc., he lands a puzzling case with too many missing pieces. A killer is closing in on the woman Marcus is supposed to protect. Guarding the beautiful Chris is his job—and he’s one of the best—but keeping her close without letting her inside, makes it hard to protect his heart.

A murderer took the only family Chris Holland had left. When her sister’s killer comes after Chris, she turns to the Lost and Found agency for help. As she and Marcus Ricci dig into her background, they’ll discover surprises that shake everything she believes to be true about her past.

Forced together day and night, passion ignites, and Chris falls for Marcus. He’s a loner and not interested in a permanent relationship. When her case is over, he’ll go back to his solitary life. Just a man and his dog.

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Apr 22

ARC Review – Out of Control by Teresa Noelle Roberts

This was a quirky, unusual love story, featuring two people who are polar opposites in temperament finding their way into a relationship. ~ Shadow, Guilty Pleasures

“He s got her tied up, but she’s got him out of control. ”

Glass artist Jen Kessler has hit the jackpot a cheap apartment in a charming Victorian house, complete with a sexy, intense, buttoned-down landlord who may or may not have a riding crop in his bedroom.

She s not looking for a lover, but when her innocent, impulsive hug sparks kisses as hot as molten glass, it leads to bondage, spankings, and more naughtiness that, up to now, she had only tasted.

His new tenant may have wild, dyed hair and an unconventional job, but Cornell math professor Drake Matthews admires the work ethic that got her out of debt. Then he s stunned at how quickly she destroys decades of his carefully cultivated self-control.

Soon their sexual and emotional passions push them to Read the rest of this entry »

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