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Review: Enemies on Tap by Avery Flynn

Review: Enemies on Tap by Avery Flynn

enemies on tapEnemies on Tap by Avery Flynn (Sweet Salvation Brewery #1)
Released: July 14, 2014
Contemporary Romance
Entangled Publishing

Reviewed by May

After years away, Miranda Sweet returns to Salvation, Virginia to save her family’s brewery, but her fate is in the hands of her lover-turned-enemy, Logan. What’s a girl to do when the only person who can help her is the man who betrayed her?

Logan Martin…

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Review: Wicked Designs by Lauren Smith

Review: Wicked Designs by Lauren Smith

wickeddesignsWicked Designs by Lauren Smith (League of Rogues #1)
Released: January 7, 2014
Historical Romance

Reviewed by Mandi

Oh I had such high hopes for this book when it first starts. Emily Parr’s parents died at sea, so she is forced to live with her uncle who doesn’t really care about her. All Emily wants is to get married and have her sum of money held in trust from her parents, transferred…

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Review: Poison Promise by Jennifer Estep

Review: Poison Promise by Jennifer Estep

poison promisePoison Promise by Jennifer Estep (Elemental Assassin #11)
Released: July 22, 2014
Urban Fantasy

Reviewed by May

“You should watch yourself, young lady,” she said in a snippy tone as I handed over her change. “Some of us don’t appreciate such salty language.”

My smile sharpened. “Sorry ma’am,” I drawled. “But I can assure you that cursing is going to be the least of my sins today.”


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Savage Chains: Shattered by Caris Roane

Savage Chains: Shattered by Caris Roane

savagechainsSavage Chains: Shattered by Caris Roane (Shattered #3)
Paranormal BDSM (I know right?)
Released: June 24, 2014
St. Martins Press

Reviewed by Sheena

Blurb: Faced with the scars of his brutal past, Reyes must find a way to complete his mission and defeat an old enemy while keeping Angelica safe. Bringing down the slavery ring is a personal quest for him–even if it requires intense brutality and…

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Review: Blood Eternal by Toni Kelly

Review: Blood Eternal by Toni Kelly

bloodeternalBlood Eternal by Toni Kelly (The Blessed #1)
Paranormal Romance
February 3, 2014
Lyrical Press, Inc.

Reviewed by Helyce

After a horrific accident leaves her with a mountain of debt, Savannah Michaels answers a classified ad for a paid companion to someone in Italy.  With little information, she makes this desperate choice thinking she has nothing to lose.  Getting far away from the troubles of…

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Smex Scene Sunday


Hero: Hugh Langston. A wolfen half-shifter. A little surly, very sexy.

Heroine: Tess Damon. She kills non-humans and guess who her next target is?

“What are you—”

He planted her on top of the desk, her bottom on the solid surface while her legs dangled down. His gaze raked over her thighs before he tugged the jeans from her with one easy swoop, shoes and all.

“Oh,” she said, turned on by his…

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Smexy’s Top Ten - July 18th

Smexy’s Top Ten – July 18th

10. How come Barbie never got pregnant? Click to find out. (It’s really stupid walking dead humor that made me snort my coffee this morning)

ethan chat9. Oh hey look at this. Ethan, from Chloe Neill’s vampire series is going to have a twitter chat!

She also released the cover for her March 2015 release, Dark Debt.

dark debt

Remember when JR Ward would have those internet chats and one of the BDB brothers would…

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Review: Captive Eden by Brenda Williamson

Review: Captive Eden by Brenda Williamson

captive eden Captive Eden by Brenda Williamson
Historical Romance Novella
June 5, 2014
Ellora’s Cave

 Reviewed by Sheena

Blurb:    On the western prairies of Nebraska, Eden befriends the handsome Pawnee half-breed Indian, Brant. Over the years, he treats her with unrelenting respect and they fall madly in love, vowing to be together forever. But when Eden’s father discovers she’s with child, he sends her away.

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Tori’s Mini Reviews

Tori’s Mini Reviews

I read a lot and unfortunately I can’t review each one indepth the way I’d like to. I also have issues with the word no. I apparently have a hard time saying it. So, every once in a while, I like to do some mini reviews so I can share my thoughts of books I enjoyed that I wasn’t able to  review for the blog.

21003754Peanut Goes To School (Elder Races, #6.7) by Thea Harrison
July 14, 2014
Self Published


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