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“The Lady Risks All” by Stephanie Laurens (historical, Avon, October 2012, $7.99, 496pp)
Series: While not part of a series, the hero, Neville Roscoe, appears in both “The Edge of Desire” and “The Reckless Bride.”
Neville Roscoe, notorious and enigmatic, lives resolutely outside society, bound only by his own code of honor - until challenged by his desire for the one woman he cannot have.
“Reflected in You” by Sylvia Day (ebook, review copy, NetGalley)
Review to come when this book is out.
“The Gin Lovers 1” by Jamie Brenner (ebook, review copy, NetGalley)
Review to come when this book is out.
“Heavy Issues” by Elle Aycart (ebook)
This contemporary, erotic romance was a pleasure to read. It is funny, it is hot and sexy. Cole is quite domineering which he wears quite well. I thought some parts of the story dragged a bit, but overall this one made me happy.
“Blaze” by Joan Swan (romantic suspense/paranormal, Kensington, October 2012, $14.00, 384pp)
Series: Book 2 in the Phoenix Rising series
The hotter they come, the harder they fall…
With a man like him, every mission becomes personal…
Ever since FBI agent Keira O’Shay started tracking a young boy named Mateo, she’s felt a connection even her empathic abilities can’t explain. She needs to save Mateo from the cult leader holding him hostage. Nothing can interfere with that—not even the reappearance of Luke Ransom, the hot-as-hell fire captain she’s regretted walking out on for three long years.
“Impulse” by Moira Rogers (paranormal, Samhain, September 2012, $5.50, 231pp)
Series: Southern Arcana Book Five
Sera Sinclaire is a New Orleans rarity: a submissive coyote trapped in a town overrun by dominant shapeshifters. Worse, she lacks the willpower to deny the alphas-in-shining-armor who need her soothing presence, even when their protectiveness threatens to crush her hard-won self-reliance.
The only shifter she doesn’t want to push away is Julio Mendoza, a wolf so dominant he’s earned a place on the Southeast council.
“The Angel” by Tiffany Reisz (erotica, Harlequin, September 2012, $13.95, 416pp)
Series: Book 2 in the Original Sinners series
No safe word can protect the heart
Infamous erotica author and accomplished dominatrix Nora Sutherlin is doing something utterly out of character: hiding. While her longtime lover, Søren—whose fetishes, if exposed, would be his ruin—is under scrutiny pending a major promotion, Nora's lying low and away from temptation in the lap of luxury.
“As You Wish” by Elyssa Patrick (ebook, review copy)
“Because You Are Mine, Part VII: Because I Need To” by Beth Kery (ebook)
In the second to last installment of this eight part serial, Ian’s secrets start to come between him and Francesca – and Francesca decides to take action. I’m eagerly awaiting the last part of this one in order to figure out my overall thoughts.
“A Wild Night’s Bride” by Victoria Vane (ebook, review copy)
See series review
The Devil DeVere Series including “A Wild Night’s Bride” by Victoria Vane (historical, Breathless Press, April 2012, $0.99, 105pp), “The Virgin Huntress” by Victoria Vane (historical, Breathless Press, June 2012, $3.49, 99pp), “The Devil You Know” by Victoria Vane (historical, Breathless Press, July 2012, $4.99, 127pp) and “The Devil’s Match” by Victoria Vane (historical, Breathless Press, August 2012, $3.49, 132pp)
For more on this series, check out what the author has to say about it.
There are four short books (each about 100 pages) in the Devil DeVere series by Victoria Vane chronicling the amorous adventures and happily ever afters of three couples. Each successive book builds upon the previous ones, making this a series that should be read in order. While the first story wasn’t my favorite of the group, it set the foundation for a strong and highly memorable romance between the debauched Ludovic DeVere and the reluctant and gun shy Lady Diana Palmerston-Wriothesley.
“As You Wish” by Elyssa Patrick (contemporary, selfpublished, September 2012, $2.99, 250pp)
Love doesn't always follow the sheet music . . .
This Christmas, Portia Jackson needs a miracle to save her family's generations-old florist shop. What she gets instead is a car that breaks down during a blizzard. Help arrives unexpectedly when the infamous Aubry Riley pulls over. She only expects him to drive her to the gas station . . . she never expects that kiss. But Portia lives in the real world--she knows this is only a holiday fling for Aubry. Except it doesn't feel so temporary, and the last thing she wants is a broken heart.
“Luscious” by Amanda Usen (contemporary, Sourcebooks, July 2012, $6.99, 320pp)
Eat, play, love
Plain old ice cream just isn't going to cut it. To beat these blues, chef Olivia Marconi needs the good stuff: rich, creamy tiramisu gelato. And no place better to get it than Italy. But a fresh start is nearly impossible with Sean Kindred dogging her every move. She's been burned by his too-hot-to-handle antics before. Though there's no denying the man can still get her all fired up. Could a weeklong affair finally turn into something more lasting...or will it all go up in flames?
“Lord’s Fall” by Thea Harrison (review copy)
This book is out on November 6, so a review will be published closer to that date.
“Haven of Obedience” by Marina Anderson (ebook)
This one is billed as a “if you liked 50 Shades of Grey try this one.” I find that odd as this book is nothing like that. In this one, Natalie goes to the Haven to learn to be submissive – but she really isn’t. I did enjoy the book fine, but it isn’t as romance-y as I would like.
“Across My Knee: The Delights of Spanking” anthology (ebook)
I believe that I bought this book because it was free. While this qualifies as erotic rather than erotic romance, I enjoyed most of the stories in the anthology. Very steamy stuff!
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