Serving Pleasure by Alisha Rai (erotic, self published, June 2015, $3.99, 264pp)
Series: Pleasure series, book 2
Rana Malik is over being her family's resident black sheep. She's on a mission: ditch the casual hook-ups, revamp her bad-girl image, and fall in love with a proper Mr. Right even her conservative mama can't find fault with. Not on the menu? The beautiful, brooding Mr. Right Now who lives next door, and all the ways he whets her appetite.
Rules of Seduction by Joya Ryan (erotic, Entangled, June 2015, $2.99, 142pp)
Through with both her controlling ex and relationships, Ava Webber is determined to explore the spicy and sometimes forbidden appetites of the exclusive BDSM nightclub, Serve. Here, she'll get exactly what she needs...as long as it's from a man she doesn't know.
Nolan Hart ensures that Serve's clients get what they want, how they want it. But with one look at the curvy brunette, Nolan knows he's the man to fulfill her desires. As the anonymous lover, he's Ava's dirtiest fantasy. Outside of Serve, he's her charming, smartass friend.
Asking for It by Lilah Pace (erotic, Berkley, June 2015, $15.00, 330pp)
Graduate student Vivienne Charles is afraid of her own desires—ashamed to admit that she fantasizes about being taken by force, by a man who will claim her completely and without mercy. When the magnetic, mysterious Jonah Marks learns her secret, he makes an offer that stuns her: they will remain near-strangers to each other, and meet in secret so that he can fulfill her fantasy.
Monday, 01 June 2015 19:28 Written by Jennifer Porter
The Duke and the Domina: Warrick: The Ruination of Grayson Locke Danforth by Jenn LeBlanc (historical, time travel, self published, May 2015, $4.99, 344pp)
Series: Lord of Time, volume 2
Off Base by Tessa Bailey and Sophie Jordan (erotic, self published, May 2015, $2.99, 285pp)
By Tessa Bailey
A welcome home he never expected...and will never forget...
Ripped, the second book in the Blood Money series by Edie Harris is out this week. Tobias, the eldest of the Faraday clan, is the hero of Ripped, and he is a man on a mission to exact revenge on behalf of his sister Beth (the details of this are told in the first book, Blamed). He has the woman he holds responsible, Chandler McCallister, in custody. Chandler is a disavowed British spy, but she has connections in Moscow to those responsible for Beth’s torture. Tobias needs Chandler’s help, and she agrees to help if Tobias will let her attend her sister’s wedding. Things do not go as planned, of course, and the two end up in Moscow ahead of schedule. Is Chandler a friend or foe? Does she return Tobias’ feelings? How will these two overcome their seemingly insurmountable obstacles?
Midnight’s Kiss by Thea Harrison (paranormal, Berkley, May 2015, $7.99, 304pp)
Series: Elder Races, book 8
Unworthy Heart by Dorothy F. Shaw (contemporary, Samhain, May 2015, $6.50, 340pp)
Series: The Donnellys, book one
She’s a feisty, witty, tattooed redhead who’s nowhere near his type, but she pushes every one of his hot buttons.
Doubleback by Lissa Ford (Lissa Ford Books, March 27,, 2015, $3.99, 132pp)
After a tragic shooting left him wounded and in disgrace, all that remained of former deputy sheriff Jude Anderson’s life was a shattered femur, the standard disability package, and a host of issues. Jude seeks sanctuary in a remote upstate cabin and tries to get his life back on track.
Life has other plans when Jude finds a dead man draped across his front doorstep. The victim is the first hookup Jude’s had in, well, ever. Once Jude processes that shock he gets another when he learns that the homicide detective sent to investigate the murder is Rowan Muir, Jude’s ex. Their split was ugly, and Rowan isn’t the forgiving type.