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exhibitionistThe Exhibitionist by Tara Sue Me (erotic, Berkley, November 2015)


Series: The Submissive Series


She’s ready for even more.…


When Abby West discovered her submissive desires, she felt like she was born anew. But lately, her Dominant husband hasn’t been the demanding Master who once fulfilled her every passion. Abby begins to crave something else—and to wonder if Nathaniel can still push her past her boundaries to the places she craves.


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DaughterofanEarlDo you like historical romance? If so check out New England romance author Victoria Morgan’s The Daughter of an Earl which released earlier this month. This romance features Brett Curtis, an American businessman, and Lady Emily Chandler, the daughter of an earl. Both characters were introduced in Morgan’s first book, The Heart of a Duke. Personally, I couldn’t wait for Brett to get a happily ever after once I finished reading The Heart of a Duke - and was so excited when I learned he was getting one.


Brett may be an American, but he is in business with a duke (the hero of The Heat of a Duke) and has been in England for several years conducting his business and trying to keep his sisters busy and out of trouble. He also has family ties in England. In fact, his cousin has recently inherited a dukedom and has gone missing (this is important to the plot of the book).


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Thursday, 04 June 2015 18:18

Review: Asking for It by Lilah Pace

AskingForItAsking for It by Lilah Pace (erotic, Berkley, June 2015, $15.00, 330pp)




“This is who I am. This is what I want. Now I need a man dangerous enough to give it to me.”


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.


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Wednesday, 13 May 2015 18:28

Review: Midnight's Kiss by Thea Harrison

midnightskissMidnight’s Kiss by Thea Harrison (paranormal, Berkley, May 2015, $7.99, 304pp)


Series: Elder Races, book 8


Ever since their scorching affair ended years ago, Julian, the Nightkind King, and Melisande, daughter of the Light Fae Queen, have tried to put the past behind them—and distance between them. But when a war breaks out between Julian and Justine, a powerful Vampyre of the Nightkind council, they find themselves thrown together under treacherous circumstances…


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Sunday, 22 March 2015 12:18

Review: The List by Anne Calhoun

TheListThe List by Anne Calhoun (erotic, Berkley, March 2015, 336pp)




Who’s on top?


Matchmaker and stationery shop owner Matilda Davies brings people together. For those on her list, Tilda will find the man or woman of their dreams—whether it’s for an hour or a lifetime. But due to a painful past, the British expat has never put her own name on the list. Instead, she limits herself to emotionless and commitment-free hookups. Then she meets Daniel, who wants not just her body, but also her heart…


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Monday, 16 February 2015 18:20

Review: Quarterback Draw by Jaci Burton

quarterbackdrawQuarterback Draw by Jaci Burton (erotic, Berkley, February 2015, $15.00, 336pp)


Series: Play by Play, book 9


Grant Cassidy knows how to be a football star—flash that dazzling smile, throw the winning pass, get the girl. But while the hot quarterback loves the game and the lifestyle, no woman has come close to catching his heart. Then he matches wits with a smart, gorgeous model, and Grant finds himself wanting more than a fling.


Supermodel Katrina Koslova might live in a world of glitz and camera flashes, but she works hard to provide for the family that relies on her. She doesn’t have time for fun—much less a boyfriend—but Grant seems determined to be the exception to Katrina’s rule.


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runninghot 250Two of HelenKay Dimon’s recent releases, Too Far Gone (contemporary, Berkley, December, 2014, $4.27, 249pp) and Running Hot (romantic suspense, Avon, December 2014, $1.99e, 22pp) are fantastic romances that have something in common - very strong relationships between male characters of the series. Ones that are actually rather funny.


Too Far Gone is the final book in Dimon’s Hanover Brothers series - a series about brothers who have to deal with the fallout of their con man father’s long years of fraud. In the first three books, the three Hanover brothers inherit a home in Sweet Water, Oregon and attempt to make a life there. Unfortunately, the people of the town are not thrilled to have Charlie Hanover’s sons around. The appearance of Walker Reeves, an FBI agent, is an added insult especially when it is revealed that he is actually another of Charlie’s children.


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Sunday, 12 October 2014 20:12

Review: Reaper's Stand by Joanna Wylde

ReapersStandReaper’s Stand by Joanna Wyle (contemporary, Berkley, October 2014, 336pp)




Series: Reapers Motorcycle Club, book 4


As Reapers Motorcycle Club president, Reese "Picnic" Hayes has given his entire life to the club. After losing his wife, he knew he'd never love another woman. And with two daughters to raise and a club to manage, that was just fine with him. These days, Reese keeps his relationships free and easy--he definitely doesn't want to waste his time on a glorified cleaning lady like London Armstrong.


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Thursday, 09 October 2014 19:23

Review: Only by HelenKay Dimon

onlyOnly by HelenKay Dimon (contemporary, Berkley, October 2014, $15.00, 352pp)


Series: Holton Woods, book 2


Sebastian Jameson negotiates for high-end clients who need problems taken care of quickly and discreetly. Accustomed to being in control, he’s still reeling from his ex-wife’s decision to write a tell-all about their private life, one that highlighted their bedroom activities. The fallout left Bast’s love life in chaos, making him a magnet for women who thrive on risky fantasies, and a pariah to all others.


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Tuesday, 16 September 2014 15:34

Review: Forever Starts Tonight by Roni Loren

ForeverStartsTonightForever Starts Tonight by Roni Loren (erotic, novella, Berkley, September 2014, $2.99, 127pp)


Series: Loving on the Edge


Two dominant men, one beautiful woman. Jace Austin knows he doesn't have what you'd call a conventional relationship with Evan and Andre, but it works. Boy, does it work--until Evan starts acting strangely and Andre's ex-fiancée pops back into his life, unbalancing a perfectly happy threesome. Jace is forced to face the unthinkable: that the two people he cares most about in this world are in danger of slipping away from him.

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