Category Archive: Alyn Love

Apr 29

Blog Tour – Z (Demonica #11.8 – 1001 Dark Nights) by Larissa Ione

Inner struggles, Heaven and Hell, a kick-ass heroine and a fallen angel worth swooning for make for a perfect combination of sin, sex, and spitfire that will keep the pages turning from start to finish. ~ Alyn, Guilty Pleasures Z is the latest in Larissa Ione’s incredible Demonica Underworld Series brought to you by the …

Continue reading »

Aug 06

ARC Review – Othello Station by Rachael Wade

If you love romance with a bit of edge and heartache with hope, Othello Station will not disappoint. Rachael Wade writes from the heart and beautifully illustrates that although it may be difficult to heal a broken heart, we can overcome and even grow stronger from those experiences to one day love again. ~ Alyn, …

Continue reading »

Jun 24

ARC Review – Never Let You Go: A Modern Fairytale (A Modern Fairytale) by Katy Regnery

Kay Regnery has created a story that pulls you in and holds you tight. This story is not your typical romance. It is edgy, heartbreaking, painful, and beautiful. It is the kind of story that gives you hope that fairy tales can come true, even in the real world. For me, I will never look …

Continue reading »

Jun 23

ARC Two-fer Review – Bengal’s Quest (Breeds #30) by Lora Leigh

  The story is full of angst, and covers betrayal, misdirection, and intricate planning. ~ Shadow, Guilty Pleasures  Description: He was a shadow, ever shifting and insinuating, able to blend in everywhere and anywhere. The elusive ideal conceived and created by the Genetics Council, he went by just as many names as he had identities—the …

Continue reading »

May 07

Review – Cat’s Lair (Leopard People #7) by Christine Feehan

Christine Feehan continues to write a compelling series that makes you feel deeply and fall more in love with her leopards. ~ Angeline, Guilty Pleasures Description: Cat Benoit has finally escaped the past—and the man who was the source of her nightmares. She’s off the grid, underground but watchful, and creating a new life for …

Continue reading »

Mar 25

Review – Learning the Ropes (Rodeo #3) by T.J. Kline

Learning the Ropes by T.J. Kline, brings to light, the misconceptions many of us have about our self-worth and reminded me just how important it is to go after what we want to make ourselves happy. ~ Alyn Love, Guilty Pleasures  Description: Rule #1—Don’t lose focus… Barrel racer Alicia Kanani has had a long road …

Continue reading »

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Older posts «