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Review: Going Nowhere Fast by Kati Wilde

GoingNowhereFastGoing Nowhere Fast by Kati Wilde (new adult, InterMix, April 2017)

 

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Summary:
One promise.

Two hearts.

Three rules.

Four weeks to break them all.

 

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RestrainedUnderMini-Reviews of Tara Sue Me’s Master Professor and Stacey Kennedy’s Restrained Under His Duty

 

Review:
Earlier this month, two very different BDSM erotic romances were released: Stacey Kennedy’s Restrained Under His Duty and Tara Sue Me’s Master Professor. I enjoyed both of these books very much.

 

Restrained Under His Duty is the third book in Stacey Kennedy’s Dirty Little Secrets series, a series with different romances but a connected series arc about someone who is blackmailing a group of prominent dominants in San Francisco. Ryan Blackwood is the dominant threatened in this book. The blackmailer goes after Ryan’s employer, a senator and the senator’s daughter, Hadley. Ryan has been lusting after Hadley for years, but has refused to allow himself to touch her. When he finds out that Hadley is in danger, however, all bets are off.

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Wednesday, 19 April 2017 16:01

Review: Kiss Marry Kill by Sidney Halston

KissMarryKillKiss Marry Kill by Sidney Halston (romantic suspense, Swerve, March 2017)

 

Series: Iron-Clad Security, book 1

 

Summary:
Five years ago they fell in love after one whirlwind summer. Now she's an internationally famous musician and he's officially out of the military, but when their worlds collide, can they keep things strictly professional? Sweet, thrilling, emotional, and sexy, fall in love with Megan and Jax in USA Today bestseller Sidney Halston's Kiss Marry Kill.

 

He's been chasing a memory . . .

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thingaboutloveThe Thing About Love by Julie James (contemporary, Berkley, April 2017)

 

Summary:
FBI agents Jessica Harlow and John Shepherd have a past. The former lawyer and cocky Army Ranger clashed during their training at Quantico and gladly went their separate ways after graduating from the Academy. Six years later, the last thing either of them expects is to be assigned to work as partners in a high-profile undercover sting.

 

For both of them, being paired with an old rival couldn’t come at a worse time. Recently divorced from a Hollywood producer and looking for a fresh start, Jessica is eager to prove herself at her new field office. And John is just one case away from his dream assignment to the FBI’s elite Hostage Rescue Team. In order to nail a corrupt Florida politician, they’ll have to find a way to work together—a task that becomes even trickier when they’re forced to hole up at a romantic beachfront resort as part of the investigation. Suddenly, the heat behind their nonstop sparring threatens to make the job a lot more complicated...

 

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Monday, 17 April 2017 19:08

Review: Little Dancer by Brianna Hale

LittleDancerLittle Dancer by Brianna Hale (erotic, Carina, April 2017)

 

Summary:
Twenty-year-old dancer Abby Williams has only ever felt truly herself while she's onstage. It's the one place she gets the firm direction and focused attention she craves to keep her whimsical thoughts in order. Offstage she feels out of place, forced to give up her girlish treasures and bombarded at every turn with adult responsibilities. But one missed dance cue in front of the intimidating theater director could take all this away.

 

 

Summoned to Rufus Kingsolver's office, Abby is terrified the darkly handsome, commanding man is about to end her dream. But Rufus has other ideas. He wants to be her Dom. He wants her to call him Daddy.

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OutOfHerLeagueOut of Her League by Jennifer Dawson (contemporary, self published, April 2017)

 

Series: Love & Other Disasters, book 2

 

Summary:
Look, I get it, I'm not asking for miracles. I might be a closeted hopeless romantic, but I'm also a realist. I don't need fireworks. I'm not asking for magic. Of course my date won't be Prince Charming. All I'm asking for is a pleasant night out on the worst single day of the year. That's not exactly shooting for the stars, now is it?

 

Apparently, it is.

 

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StudyinScoundrelsA Study in Scoundrels by Christy Carlyle (historical, Avon, April 2017)

 

Series: Romancing the Rules, book 2

 

Summary:
Sophia Ruthven is the epitome of proper behavior. On paper at least, as long as that paper isn’t from one of the lady detective stories she secretly pens. She certainly isn’t interested in associating with the dashing Jasper Grey, the wayward heir to the Earl of Stanhope, and one of the stage’s leading men. But when she learns Grey’s younger sister Liddy has gone missing, she can’t deny her desire to solve the mystery…or her attraction to the incorrigible scoundrel.

 

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Tuesday, 11 April 2017 18:25

Review: Hellion by Emmy Joel

HellionHellion by Emmy Joel (contemporary, NYLA, April 2017)

 

Series: Billion Dollar Bastards, book 1

 

Summary:
Prison darkens their past. Ink colors their skin. Vengeance fuels their ambition.

 

Addiction has a name.

 

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Monday, 10 April 2017 19:41

Review: We Love Kink anthology

WeLoveKinkWe Love Kink anthology (erotic, self published, April 2017)

 

Review:
The We Love Kink anthology is a book with eight novellas that are all connected by some level of kink. I haven’t read all of the stories but the ones that I have all short, sexy and well done.

 

Dorothy F. Shaw’s “A Few More Rules” is a femdom novella featuring waitress Bethany and bouncer Rig. Rig is immediately attracted to Beth and has a desire to kneel for her and worship her. Beth isn’t willing the let the opportunity to let this big and powerful man submit to her pass by. This is a super hot romance that sets the foundation well for a probable HEA between Rig and Beth. I also must mention that Shaw managed to add NINE spurts to this novella - an impressive feat. This story is a winner.

 

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StarCrossedStar Crossed by Emma Barry and Genevieve Turner (historical, self published, April 2017)

 

Series: Fly Me to the Moon, book 4

 

Summary:
Houston, Texas, 1964 Geraldine Brixton is ready to make history as the first female American astronaut. After a childhood traveling the air show circuit, she works as a pilot, so she’s more than prepared for the flying. But space demands more than operating equipment, and the last obstacle in her way is also the most serious: math. Beverly Fox has made a career crunching the numbers that launch men into space. Numbers aren’t her problem: limits are. From the narrow expectations of her parents to discrimination at work, Bev’s life has been cut down over and over. Only in her hidden activities after dark does she feel whole. Wanting to do her part to get a woman into space, Bev offers to help Geri conquer math. But neither anticipates her intense attraction—or that it might be shared. Together they could soar to everything they’ve ever wanted, but will their secrets bring them crashing back to Earth?

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