Home Authors Corner Displaying items by tag: Jennifer Porter
Displaying items by tag: Jennifer Porter

TiedtoTroubleTied to Trouble by Megan Erickson (contemporary, m/m, Entangled, January 2016)




Series: Gamers, book 3


Between love and hate, there's a whole lot of trouble...


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Saturday, 02 January 2016 18:39

2015 Roundup: My Favorite Kinky Books

companioncontractI read a crap ton of kinky romances, so it probably isn’t surprising that there are fifteen on my list of favorites of 2015. And, of course, there are several other kinky books that aren’t here but on my New to Me Authors of 2015 post. I recommend all of these books!


Intimate Geography & Craving Flight by Tamsen Parker: Intimate Geography is an excellent erotic, BDSM romance with a beta Dom - not something you see in most BDSM romances. See my full review. And honestly, Craving Flight might actually be a better book. This kinky novella features an Orthodox Jewish butcher and a recently divorced woman who is desperate to find her place in the Orthodox community. There is indeed hot kink in this story, but the conflict is more about religion and the heroine’s emotional journey. This is an amazing erotic novella that is free - and a MUST READ!


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Thursday, 31 December 2015 20:32

Spying on the Boss by Janet Lee Nye

SpyingBossSpying on the Boss by Janet Lee Nye (contemporary, Harlequin Superromance, January 2016)


The new guy's turning her into a hot mess!

A difficult childhood left Sadie Martin more interested in work than anything else, including romance. But she'd be a fool not to notice that her newest employee is scorching hot. As long as he works for her, though, he's off-limits. Her company—sexy guys who clean houses—comes first. So why are Wyatt Anderson and his adorable niece always on her mind? When attraction turns into more, suddenly everything is a lot more complicated…and, frankly, a huge mess. What Sadie and Wyatt need is a clean slate. For understanding…and love.


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Thursday, 31 December 2015 16:51

2015 Roundup: New to Me Authors

changingHisGameFor my 2015 year in review, I will be doing several posts - mostly because there were about 87 books on my list of reads that stood out to me and I had to group them together. The first post is new to me authors in 2015 with information about their books that I loved.


I am always excited to discover new authors, and I found many new ones to feed my reading habit in 2015.


Kate Canterbary: I can’t exactly remember how I discovered Kate Canterbary, but I think through talking to her on twitter. If I remember correctly, she mentioned her self-published series about the Walsh siblings and that it was set in Boston. I always look at books set in Massachusetts. And I was thrilled with the first book in the series, Underneath it All. I immediately read the next book, The Space Between and then badgered the poor author until she finished the next two books, Necessary Restorations and The Cornerstone. I adore all of the books in this series which I would classify as super sexy and smart contemporary romance with tortured characters. Canterbary’s heroines can be difficult to like with hard-to-crack outer shells, but this is one of the things that makes the books so special - because getting to know them is so worth it.


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Thursday, 31 December 2015 11:49

Jennifer's December 2015 Reads

Monthly Totals:

Books Read: 43

Ebooks Read: 42

Paper Books Read: 1

Review Books Read: 15

Re-read: 1


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RogueNotTakenThe Rogue Not Taken by Sarah MacLean (historical, Avon, January 2016)


Series: Scandal & Scoundrel, book 1


Lady Sophie’s Society Splash

When Sophie, the least interesting of the Talbot sisters, lands her philandering brother-in-law backside-first in a goldfish pond in front of all society, she becomes the target of very public aristocratic scorn. Her only choice is to flee London, vowing to start a new life far from the aristocracy. Unfortunately, the carriage in which she stows away isn’t saving her from ruin . . . it’s filled with it.

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brokenresolutions1Broken Resolutions by Olivia Dade (contemporary, Lyrical, December 2015)


Series: Lovestruck Librarians




Romance has never had a happy ending for librarian Penny Callahan, who could write the book on cheating, heartbreaking liars. So she’s made a resolution: no men for the next twelve months. If she can just get through the library’s New Year’s Eve singles night, she can return home to her pajamas and a good book. But when she finds herself checking out a hot hunk with an irresistible smile, an evening in the stacks becomes a lot more tempting…


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cornerstoneThe Cornerstone by Kate Canterbary (contemporary, December 2015, self published)




Series: The Walsh series, book 4


A tough-as-nails businesswoman. An arrogant Navy SEAL. A power struggle with no end in sight. Some people hook-up at weddings. Others break a hotel room bed (and a table, and a desk, and some complimentary bathrobe belts) and discover they've been surviving on bargain basement orgasms their entire lives. The last one? Yeah. That's all me.


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SojournSojourn by Cecilia London (contemporary, self published, December 2015)


Series: Bellator Saga, book three


Haunted by her experience at The Fed, Caroline tries to create a new identity. A new present, a new future. She can’t escape the memories that dog her when she least expects it, leaving her mired in a depression that she finds difficult to escape. Caroline needs to regain her physical and mental strength if she intends on surviving the journey to find the elusive rebellion. But that’s easier said than done with the ghosts of the past constantly whispering in her ear.


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LORD-DASHWOOD-MISSED-OUTLord Dashwood Missed Out by Tessa Dare (historical, Avon, December 2015)




Series: a Spindle Cove novella


A snowstorm hath no fury like a spinster scorned!


Miss Elinora Browning grew up yearning for the handsome, intelligent lord-next-door...but he left England without a word of farewell. One night, inspired by a bit too much sherry, Nora poured out her heartbreak on paper. Lord Dashwood Missed Out was a love letter to every young lady who'd been overlooked by gentlemen--and an instant bestseller. Now she's on her way to speak in Spindle Cove when snowy weather delays her coach. She's forced to wait out the storm with the worst possible companion: Lord Dashwood himself.


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