Jodie Griffin’s “Forbidden Desires” (Carina)
See Missy Thompson’s review. I don’t read much BDSM themed erotic romance where the heroine is the dominant as I have trouble with this. However, I’m trying to branch out. I thought this one was well done as the heroine is just testing the boundaries of her sexual desires with a very hot, submissive fireman.
Loribelle Hunt’s “Guardian” (Samhain)
This is a paranormal story featuring a hero and heroine who were once married. I’m totally a sucker for reunited-lover stories. It has been several years, but I have read and enjoyed Hunt's stories in the past. I’m quite curious about this one. It is the second in the series, so I’m contemplating whether or not I want to read the first one.
Larissa Ione’s “Rogue Rider” (Grand Central)
I am a fan of Larissa Ione’s paranormal romances. Somehow, I got behind on this series – and don’t particularly want to read this one, until I’ve caught up. However, I will be buying this in hopes that I will be able to catch up quickly.
Elle Kennedy’s “Getting Hotter” (Samhain)
This series by Elle Kennedy is fabulous. I can’t wait to read this next installment.
Katherine Kingston’s “Secret Santa Sir” (Ellora’s Cave)
Okay, I’m so not a fan of the use of Santa in erotic romances. I prefer Santa to be as far removed from anything sexual as possible. Yet, I often can resist reading these holiday stories. We shall see if Kingston can make this Santa story work for me.
Tiffany Reisz’s “The Prince” (Harlequin)
What to say about “The Prince?” I do have a review of this one, but I’m not sure that a mere review can do this (or any book in Reisz’s Original Sinners series) justice. These books need to be experienced. They are truly transformative.