Jan 25

Review – Fat Louise (Biker Bitches #2) by Jamie Begley

I had such high expectations and I don’t want to say that they weren’t met because they were and at the same time they weren’t.  ~ Cheyenne, Guilty Pleasures 

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She needed a hero; instead, she got Cade.

Cade was no hero. He was a nomad, a wanderer with no ties and he liked it that way. Hired out to save Fat Louise and her spoiled sister from a cartel run Mexican city was a risk he was willing to take, for the right price. With a certain gray eyed woman on his mind, he set’s out to find her, fuck her and forget her. No harm, no foul. But it’s all easier said than done when it comes to this plain Jane.

He expected a biker bitch who knew the rules; instead, he got Fat Louise.

Fat Louise wasn’t about to put her crew in danger. She had to learn to handle problems on her own, even if they included a six-foot biker she was forced to rely on, if she was going to rescue her sister. She never expected to see Cade again after she’d left Mexico, but all it takes is one night with him to prove that even a bitch’s heart can be broken.

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Jan 23

Guest Post – Kelly Wyre


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Finding Means

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Jan 23

Release Blast – Fat Louise (Biker Bitches #2) by Jamie Begley



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Fat Louise

Biker Bitches # 2 
Jamie Begley
Releasing Jan 23rd, 2015
Young Ink Press


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Jan 23

ARC Review – The Farther I Fall by Lisa Nicholas

I love books that take you on a different journey then what you expect. The Farther I Fall is one of those reads. ~ Paige Turner, Guilty Pleasures 

Sometimes when you fall, you land just where you need to be…

Gwen Tennison got out of Afghanistan alive but scarred–and then got stuck on her sister’s couch. When she’s offered a job managing the U.S. tour for rock music’s hottest, most troubled star, it seems like just the thing to snap her out of her post-injury funk. Her instructions are simple: start the shows on time, and keep him clean.

But Lucas Wheeler may be more than she can handle. Though he’s drug-free, he still feels the need, and his gorgeous, capable new tour manager is a challenge he can’t ignore. Fame and infamy have forced Lucas to protect his heart, but soon he finds himself craving Gwen’s touch, and yearning to give her control. And Gwen might feel the same way.

But it’s not just the mutual heat between them that is keeping Gwen on her toes. Someone is following Lucas from city to city. With more than just her job on the line Gwen must decide how much she’s willing to risk to keep Lucas safe.

Review copy provided for an honest review

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Jan 23

Review – Exile to Unity (Corbin’s Bend Season 1 #3) by Tara Finnegan

When both partners are fighting to be in charge, only one will come out victorious. This delightful read shows that very struggle and how using basic forms and discipline, and scrumptious sex, help to get there!! ~ Rosalie Belle, Guilty Pleasures

When their preference for BDSM becomes embarrassingly public, Angela and Jim O’Brien decide to start afresh in Corbin’s Bend, a community based on a common ethos of spanking, a place where Ange hopes they can belong.

Angela soon learns that in this new environment, Jim is not beyond chastising her with a good sound spanking as the couple face their past demons and try to recover the closeness they once shared. New challenges soon face the couple. Will their difficulties destroy them or can their move be what Ange initially hoped for, an exile to unity?

Warning: Exile to Unity is an erotic romance containing spankings, anal play and elements of BDSM in a committed consensual relationship. If you find this material offensive, please don’t buy the book.



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Jan 23

Two-fer Review – Meet Me In Scotland (Kilts and Quilts #2) by Patience Griffin

I thoroughly enjoyed this story and how things changed for everyone over the course of the book.  I like seeing the townspeople, especially the quilt ladies, take part of the budding romance and steer things themselves.  Scotland is one of my favorite places to visit and Patience Griffin makes me feel I’m there again ~ Amanda, Guilty Pleasures 

You can run from your problems, but you can’t hide from love in the Scottish seaside town of Gandiegow…

When a video of her calling happily ever after “a foolish fantasy” goes viral, marriage therapist Emma Castle is out of a job—and off to Scotland. The tiny town of Gandiegow is the perfect place to ride out the media storm and to catch up with her childhood friend Claire. But also in Gandiegow is the one man she hoped never to see again.

She’s successfully avoided Gabriel MacGregor since Claire and Dominic’s wedding, only to find he’s now the village doctor—and just as tall, dark, and devilish as ever. Claire and Dominic’s blissful marriage, however, is not what it used to be. Soon Emma and Gabriel find themselves taking sides even as the sparks begin to fly between them. Can Emma help her friends—or regain her career—as she struggles with her own happily ever after?

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