Four Seconds to Lose by K.A. Tucker is the third book in the Ten Tiny Breaths series. A little darker, with two complicated and flawed characters I found myself fully engaged in this action packed tale. Mini review: Gritty, hot, romantic and suspenseful.
Torn is the second book in the Billionaire Bachelors Club. In the first book, Crave three friends make a bet that the last guy to remain single takes a million dollar prize. Each book deals with one of the friends and can be read as a standalone. Mini review: Fun, seriously hot and sweet.
I love M. Leighton and her brand of passionate romances that make me feel the characters emotions, smile and swoon and Some Like it Wild did all that. This is the second book in the Wild Ones series and can be read as a standalone. Mini review: girl meets bad-boy who’s really a good guy, steamy, heartwarming, fun and romantic.
As many of you, know, I adored Tangled the first book in the Tangled series by Emma Chase. Drew was hilarious and cute and well an idiot. Twisted takes place two years after Tangled. I was nervous about Twisted since it is told from Kate’s POV. Let me tell you, Chase gave me one heck of a ride. Mini review: Heat, anger, elation, tears, and joy. Emma Chase grabbed me from page one and put me through the wringer with Twisted.
Happily Ever After by Elizabeth Maxwell is a fun, quirky contemporary romance with a twist of magic. Sadie Fuller is a middle-aged, divorced, mother who writes erotic fiction at night. When a character from her latest book suddenly appears in this world, things get, well, complicated. Mini review: humor, a little romance, and some self-discovery make this quirky tale memorable.
I have had Wild Ones by M. Leighton on my nook since, well forever. I watched it go to the top of the charts, saw Penguin pick it up, republish it and then I got an ARC of book two, and it was just the kick I needed to read it. Dang..why did I wait so long. *sigh* I have read previous books by Leighton and adored them. Isn’t it weird how some books just sit in our pile, even though we know they will be good?
I am not going to lie, I saw the synopsis and jumped at that chance to read Cider Brook by Carla Neggers, before realizing I was stepping into book three of the Swift River Valley series. I mean can you blame me, look at that synopsis. Firefighter. Treasure hunter. Rescuer. While this can be read as a standalone, I think I would have enjoyed this more from the beginning. Mini review: Low romance, interesting treasure hunt, small-town magic.
What a Woman Wants is the first novel in the Manley Maids series by Judi Fennell and when I read the synopsis I immediately wanted to read it. Three brothers dressed as maids? At the mercy of their sister? Count me in! Fennell made me laugh, swoon and giggle as we watched Sean Manley become the hunky maid at the Martinson estate. Mini review: Sweet, suspenseful, hot and humorous from a crazy animal herd to change in plans this tale was delightful.