• Review: Sword and Star Root Code, #3

    “Sword and Star” by Sunny Moraine is an exciting tale set in a wonderfully imaginative universe. There are impressive powers and plenty of secondary conflicts with multiple relationships that are in flux or jeopardy. Unfortunately, this is the third book...

  • Review: Through the Dom's Lens

    I've probably said this before, but Doris O'Connor is a wonderful author. She writes about BDSM from a place of love, trust, and honesty, as well as accuracy. Her stories, as well as being all of the above, are also mesmerizing, entertaining, and let's...

  • Review: Claiming Trinity Wiccan Haus #14

    I have to admit that this was my first Kali Willows book and I was just blown away by her writing. She knows how to write a story with so much emotion that you can feel it deep inside. Trinity was a character that you would love to meet in person and...

  • Review: Uncharted Brides of the Kindred, #18

    This story line never gets old. The author has once again managed to snare my attention immediately and to not let go until I've finished the book. I've been curious about Terex (as I am sure all fans have been) since he was first introduced. Now we find...

  • Review: Dangerous Interference

    Before I proceed to tell you just how incredibly awesome this book is, I feel it necessary to say something. If you don't like a certain genre, don't buy the book. Read through the blurb and the disclaimers my Knotty peeps, if you don't think it's for...

  • Review: Mr. Ridley The Whipping Society Book 1

    I'm delighted that Delilah Marvelle has started a new historical romance series, starting with Mr. Ridley, due out on February 28th. The author hinted about her Whipping Society series in her School of Gallantry series and it's finally here and worth...

  • Review: Hott 'n Handy Romance on the Go

    About the Story: Shelby had everything, she was America’s TV darling; until it all came crashing down. Unable to stay in New York, she buys a rundown house in West Virginia and runs away to lick her wounds and figure out what to do next. Friends Adam...

  • Review: Rekindling Their Faith Shifter Unit Book 1

    About the Story: Faith has been in love with Jensen and Chance for years. Now Jensen is coming back from the military for good and it’s time the two of them finally claim Faith as their mate. But with Chance and Faith being outcasts in the pride, not...

  • Review: F*ck Club: Riley

    “F*ck Club: Riley” by Shiloh Walker is filled with the author’s trademark tortured souls, and is an entertaining exploration of the twists and turns life can take when evil intersects with it. I love the way both the heat and the danger gradually intensify,...

  • Review: Secret Santa Sir Suburban Dominants Book 6

    Secret Santa Sir is an engrossing and kinky countdown to Christmas. I loved the inventive lyrics to The Twelve Days of Christmas, as well as, the elements of surprise. I really liked Maggie and her man (sorry no secrets revealed). Their unusual relationship...

  • Review: Cilla's Master Suburban Dominants Book 5

    Cilla Renfield was a good sub. She was sub to her Master/Husband, Edward prior to his death. They had started out playing in clubs, but after she and Edward married, they seldom went to the clubs. Edward was a very possessive Master. Charles...

  • Review: Holding on Tighter A Wicked Lovers Novel, #12

    I was very interested in reading Heath’s story after the encounters in Mystery and Axel’s book. He had that brooding aura and I was convinced tragedy put it there. I hate being right. Heath is a man who had it all and then lost it in a senseless act of...

  • Review: Sweetest Taboo A Dirtiest Novel, #3 / Stark

    “Sweetest Taboo” by J. Kenner is a dark and sensual story. Due to the fact that it is the culmination of a series, there is a lot of history that has led up to this point, but most of it is implied or spelled out enough that one is not completely lost....

  • Review: The Encounter The Agency, #1

    “The Encounter” was missing something important in a romance. There wasn't much chemistry between Evan "Zen" Zenas and Seth Trivos. Because of that I had a lot of trouble getting into the book and finishing it. I did finish it just to see where it went....

  • Review: Ice Elemental Ops, #1

    I enjoyed “Ice”, Elemental Ops #1. The story was a bit choppy in the telling, but still interesting. I liked the heat between Ice and Keon. That connection made the story. And the baby dragons made for humor. I really enjoyed this one and hope to continue...

  • Review: Dealing with the Dead The Thompson Agency #1

    “Dealing with the Dead” has to be one of the better books I’ve read in a while. Author Toni Griffin has always grabbed with her words and pulled me into her books. I enjoyed the passionate heat and intensity between Jayden and Noah. Noah sticking up for...

  • Review: On Dragon's Wings

    As I was reading “On Dragon's Wings” I kept thinking, Where is the dragons? I didn't see the Dragon till near the end of the book. That was frustrating! Through the book you get the Lizard Uther and he was not appealing at all. There was no chemistry...

  • Review: My Werewolf Boyfriend My Boyfriend Is... Book 1

    “My Boyfriends a Werewolf” is a book I can recommend. I've always enjoyed werewolf love stories where one of the couple is human and the other werewolf. It makes for a lot of misunderstandings and tense moments. This one was good in that regards, but...

  • Review: My Vampire Boyfriend My Boyfriend Is... Book 2

    The story line of a vampire with human mate is a bit overdone. But still Elizabeth Monvey did it well. She was able to tell a good story with her own twists. Dillon and Liron had their own chemistry and heat. They are a good couple and the revenge angel...

  • Review: Deny Jericho Brotherhood series, #3

    This was my first time reading Jade Chandler and Jericho Brotherhood motorcycle club series and I can say that I wasn't that lost. I know I miss some of the back story when I do this but if I like it I will go back and read the ones I missed and this...

  • Review: Hold My Hand Heart and Soul, #1

    I really enjoy Paloma's way of writing. She knows how to combine sex and BDSM and not lose the romance. This would be a great first read for someone who wants to get a taste of BDSM to see if it would be something that they would like. Paloma knows how...

  • Review: Claiming Her Geeks

    I felt so sorry for Deena’s dilemma. Being strong meant she didn’t get flowers or romance but subterfuge and challenges to fight. Yeah, that gets a woman’s heart in the mood. Not! No one is more shocked than Deena when she finds her mates or more convinced...

  • Review: Cover Me

    I am a big fan of Kacey's books, and I really loved this May/December romance where it was the woman who was the older partner. Kacey rocked this one! I thought Jay was a great character because he was so atypical for how you would expect someone in his...

  • Review: The Christmas Letter Davidson Center, Colorado Book 1

    "The Christmas Letter" is the first book in a new series by April Zyon called Davidson Center. And despite the fact it's a holiday short, it's a full and brilliant story that has huge things going for it. The story starts with loss, and our hero Dante...

  • Review: My Alien Boyfriend My Boyfriend Is... Book 3

    “My Alien Boyfriend” started out a little choppy but it got better thru the story and the attraction between Parker and Mace. When Parker is injured Mace must make a hard decision. I liked the plotting of this take on an Alien / Human love story. The...

  • Review: Seductive Powers The Capes Book 1

    If you like super heroes, oddity and deception where you least expect it, this book is for you. It is a zany romance that you can’t help but to love. The characters are somewhat off beat but super fun to read about. Wendy is a times a little over the...

  • Review: Branded by Flames The Dragon Soul Series, #1

    “Branded by Flames” by Sean Michael showcases Jake, a sexy dragon shifter, as he strives to convince Shae, a human male, to become a permanent part of his world. The heat, both literally and figuratively, plus that delicious cover, made this a combustible...

  • Review: Desire Protected Assassins and Sweethearts Book 2

    This short novella continues with our favorite assassin, Ethan, (Oh so dreamy) and his love Nadia. Nadia is no longer working for Ethan, but she's the HR manager for Aidan Clery, Ethan's friend and fellow assassin. But one day Ethan forgets something...

  • Review: Two Doms for Christmas

    First, a big shout out to cover artist, Jay Aheer. She comes up with some absolutely amazing covers! "Two Doms at Christmas" is a holiday read from the immensely talented Kat Barrett. I’ve been reading her books for quite a long while, and I’ve always...

  • Review: Love, Sex, and Awakening An Erotic Journey from Tantra to Spiritual Ecstasy

    “Love, Sex, and Awakening” by Margot Anand isn’t typically the type of book I read. But the author’s life is just so interesting. She was a debutant, the daughter of a countess. One of those girls in France that were groomed for castles, wealth, and to...

  • Review: Volley Balls Balls to the Wall Book 1

    The very spicy scenes in this contemporary m/m romance are balanced by the poignant descriptions of the difficulties faced by those whose sexual orientations are different from those around them. The importance of tolerance and the reminder that bullying...

  • Review: Precious Cargo

    Alison is reflecting on her lonely existence when it all changes in a flash. What could have been a nightmare existence for her turns into the chance of a lifetime. Rescued from her original captors Alison finds herself at the mercy of 3 hunky aliens....

  • Review: Sex, Gunpowder, and Saving the Day The Gentlemen Brothers Book 1

    A very dystopic world is the background for this first story in a trilogy. Focusing on the oldest of the three Gentlemen brothers Joshua, we have the tragedy that ripped the boys apart described from his point of view. Literally landing on solid ground...

  • Review: Sex, Emergency Exits, and Plan Bs The Gentlemen Brothers Book 2

    The second installment in a trilogy. Again we get the perspective of the abductions of the Gentlemen brothers from the middle child’s view. Logan always felt out of place as the middle child with no defined role. When he finds himself rescued by an angel...

  • Review: Broken, Collared, and Ready for Revenge The Gentlemen Brothers Book 3

    Alexander was the youngest when his family was ripped apart and he suffered the worst fate of the three Gentlemen brothers. His actually identity was wiped and he was turned into a monster with no memories nor conscience, just hate and the need to kill....

  • Review: Sex Ed

    This was my first read from Lilac James and it has potential. The characters are likable and I felt a little connection. It wasnt bad for a short read but I think that if it was a little longer it might have been even better. And maybe just a little more...

  • Review: Master Charming

    This isn't the fairytale you grow up with! With an up to date and kinky twist to a classic this story was a good read. I was able to get into it and didn't even know I had hit the last page until I tried to swipe left and there were no more pages. And...

  • Review: Quietly into the Night

    “Quietly into the Night” just wasn’t enjoyable for me. I tend more toward monogamous relationships and will sometimes read MMM books. But for me, the characters must stay with each other and not sleep around. I had trouble with Rylan because he used sex...

  • Review: His Reluctant Tiger The Year of Eyes, #1

    I read “His Reluctant Tiger” some years ago and decided to re-read it and write a review. I liked the story line quite a bit. The chemistry between Shigure and Kyros was pretty intense and hot. It flowed from one scene to the next very smoothly. The only...

  • Review: The Best Ever

    “The Best Ever” was just an OK read for me. It was a bit stilted and the plot was basic. The chemistry between Jason and Blake was a little slow developing. That was because Jason didn’t know Blake was attracted to him when they were younger and suddenly...

  • Review: Stone Cold Beast The Umbra Shifters, #2

    I liked “Stone Cold Beast” because I like shifter romances a lot and the author did a great job with the plot. Ethan and Daric had a hot intense passionate attraction from the first. The story line was very good and worth the read. Ethan is scarred and...

  • Review: Severed Alien Mate Index, #4

    Well we knew Rylee was getting her own story after she was accidentally exposed to the La-ti-zal virus. And we met her intended mates Drace and Lucian as well. Now we get to see how they interact together and fall in love, as the Goddess intended. Rylee...

  • Review: Trust Trojans MC Book 6

    I want to start off by saying that I haven’t read the Trojans MC series in the order that they came out. Although it might have made it a little easier to know who some of the other characters were it still didn’t take away from the story for me. There...

  • Review: One Hot December Men at Work

    Forget that frosty nip in the air. “One Hot December” will warm your senses with the flash fame going on between Ian and Veronica. Neither one likes to give up control, but the body language and the chemistry going on says that trouble is on the horizon....

  • Review: Brutal Game Flynn and Laurel Book 2

    This was one of my most anticipated books of the year and I'm glad to say that it didn't disappoint. This story picks up with Flynn and Laurel about a year down the road. They're doing pretty well together and their relationship is stable. They are still...

  • Review: Taking Chances Love Projects, 1

    I pretty much love anything S.J. Maylee puts out. When I noticed this book was available to review I snapped it right up. I’m so glad I did. This is actually a different series than the one I have been reading from her. I was interested to see if my excitement...

  • Review: The Secret Language of Stones The Daughters of La Lune, #2

    WOW! I have rarely been so excited to read a novel as I was this one. Author M.J. Rose has created a stunning world full of indescribable beauty, and untold horrors. This is the second novel in The Daughters of La Lune series, right after The Witch of...

  • Review: Loving You Easy A Loving on the Edge Novel, #9

    “Loving You Easy” by Roni Loren is another of her sizzling and sexy stories peopled by fascinating characters. I love the gradual shift in the relationship between the three people who each is dealing with issues from the past while navigating the minefield...

  • Review: Oblige Terran Times Second Wave, #26

    The Story: Lilia has liked working for the Zel family but when they are summoned to participate in an ancient ritual, she must step in, for the only clan member who is eligible winds up pregnant right before. Lilia steps up to the challenge though and...

  • Review: The Fallen Wild Mountain Shifters Book 3

    We're back to one of my very favorite shifter series. Sara Anderson writes an intriguing world where shifters have their own community and share it along with other mystical beings. Of course, the males seem to always be very alpha, and very much, in...

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