Fly With Me by Chanel Cleeton is the first in a new contemporary military romance called Wild Aces. The series will feature men from the U.S. Air Force squadron the “Wild Aces.” Fly with Me features thirty-three year old career pilot Noah Miller and Jordan Callahan a thirty-year-old clothing boutique owner who meets Noah while on a bachelorette party for her baby sister is Vegas. Sexy, heated and filled with heart, tears and swoons I devoured their story in a single sitting.
Admiral by Sean Danker is the first in the Evagardian series. The Admiral is a science fiction military series set in deep space and it lured me with its promise of mystery. Danker delivered a first personal tale reminiscent of the Martian with an mysterious narrator and impending doom.
Today I am sharing my review of the Crusader’s Bride & Crusader’s Heart by Claire Delacroix the first two books in her Champions of Saint Euphemia series. These are historical romances filled with knights, quests, mystery, and suspense all deliciously wrapped in a swoon worthy romance,
The Wedding Agreement by Elizabeth Hayley is the third book in the Strictly Business series and works as a standalone. If you like snark, banter and adorkableness wrapped in a little heat you are going to love The Wedding Agreement. Check out my review, an exclusive excerpt and enter to win a copy of your own.
Leaving Amy by Julieann Dove is the second book in the Amy trilogy. It highlights a young woman’s struggles in finding herself, recovering from betrayal and the vicissitudes of love. I devoured Leaving Amy and became emotionally invested.
As a part of Nonna’s Corner and because I believe strongly in the power of books and their impact on young minds, I am joining Wishful Endings in celebrating Children’s Book Week May 2nd to the 8th with a Giveaway Hop. Enter to win a ten-dollar gift card to Amazon or a book from the Book Depository valued at up to ten US dollars. Be sure and check out my recommendations for young readers.
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Woot! May is finally here and we are kicking off the Clean Sweep ARC Challenge. Grab your ARCS be they eBooks, finished copies or audiobooks and let’s do this! The goal is to read books from your arc pile, Netgalley and Edelweiss accounts. Remember you do not have to post a review to your blog during May, so blog ahead! Just post a short and sweet review on Goodreads and link it to the giveaway tool.
I picked up Big Rock by Lauren Blakely on audio for two reasons. The first reason was a review by Book Nympho and the second was the narrator Sebastian York. I was in the mood for a sexy, fun, romantic comedy. Not since Drew Evans from Tangled have I laughed so hard at a male POV. Sexy, humorous and oh so sweet Big Rock delivered the perfect escape.
Under the Desert Sky by Sara Luck is a historical romance set in the Arizona frontier. It offers a standalone fade to black romance with a strong heroine, suspense and ostriches. Well-paced with interesting character and a picturesque setting I quickly devoured Under the Desert Sky.