Friday, October 10, 2014

Review: His Sub's Submissive by Cooper McKenzie

His Sub's Submissive (Club Esoteria, #1)His Sub's Submissive
by Cooper McKenzie
Series: Club Esoteria (#1)
Published by: Siren Publishing
May 19th 2010
Series: Erotic Romance, BDSM
Format: eBook

Rating: 3 Stars

     This was a sweet story about a submissive that did not quite know she was submissive and a D/s established relationship looking for a third to love and meet the needs that they as men couldn't give each other.

     Although it was fast paced it had all the elements I look in a story. The chemistry between the characters was there and Dane and Merlin did everything they could to make Sloan feel welcome and a part of the relationship.

     I can't wait to read Taurus story next.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Review: Strong, Silent Type by Lorelei James

Strong, Silent Type (Rough Riders #6.5)Strong, Silent Type
by Lorelei James
Series: Rough Riders (#6.5)
Published by: Samhain Publishing
May 5th 2009
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook

Rating: 5 Stars

     As Quinn McKay find himself in the verge of loosing his wife for his stubbornness he is forced to reevaluate his life and his relationship. But it is Libby herself who lets him know that a woman has needs other than a good house and a steady income.

     When Quinn and Libby go back to basics it is here where they remember why they decided to get married and spend the rest of their lives together. Because they are explosive together and each have what the other needs.

     I like how in this story we get shown that no matter how long you know a person there is always something new to explore even if it's something old...

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Review: When the Duchess Said Yes by Isabella Bradford

When the Duchess Said Yes (Wylder Sisters, #2)When the Duchess Said Yes
by Isabella Bradford
Series: Wylder Sisters (#2)
Published by: Ballantine Books
September 25th 2012
Genre: Historical Romance
Format: eBook
Source: Publisher

Rating: 5 Stars

     Another awesome read!

     In this next installment to the Wylder Sisters, Lizzie has an arranged marriage too by her father when she was very young to the Duke of Hawkesworth. Since she is the "wyldest" of the sisters and the most passionate, her mother is afraid that this will consume her marriage fast and make her unhappy.

     Hawke has come from Italy for the sole purpose of marring Lady Elizabeth Wylder before her 19th birthday for not doing so means loosing his money. What he hadn't count on was that his young vivacious wife was not tainted by London society and that she would share his interest in art and meet his passion with her own.

     Once they see beyond what is expected of them by society and from each other they'll see that their love is stronger that they think and that you can never be someone you're not. You can have and example with which to guide you but you can expect it to be exact.

     I love the playfulness in Hawke and that he didn't care (well mostly didn't care) what society had to say about obligations and decorum and that Lizzie only wanted to please her husband but that in no way made less a woman.

     I can't wait to read the next story as it contains roguish Duke of Sheffield and we get a small glimpse of him at the end of this book!!

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Review: Fifty Shames of Earl Grey by Fanny Merkin

Fifty Shames of Earl Grey (Fifty Shames #1)Fifty Shames of Earl Grey
by Fanny Merkin
Series: Fifty Shames (#1)
Published by:
July 10th 2012
Genre: Humor
Format: Audio
Source: Publisher

Rating: 5 Stars

     Okay so I haven't read the original book Fifty Shades of Grey(sue me) but this was a hilarious book. I was laughing so hard that even my children were looking me funny. I LOVE a good laugh. This book was like reading "Scary Movie". Lots of movie stars mention and other assorted trademarks.

     I just couldn't get past the stalkerish nature of Mr. Grey. I mean for reals a whole company so he could take her for a coffee across the street in a HELICOPTER!? Then her condo and the cameras and the background and... you get my point. *shudders* Aaanyways. I think the heroine was kind of Bella-ish...

     But even all that didn't make it a bad book. It was a good read...(hear?...I got the audio) and I can't wait for the next book I just don't think I'll be able to read the original if it's that stalker-ish.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Review: Dark Citadel by Cherise Sinclair

Dark Citadel
by Cherise Sinclair
Series: Masters of the Shadowlands (#2)
Published by: Loose ID
April 7th 2009
Genre: Contemporary Romance, BDSM
Format: eBook

Rating: 5 Stars

     Another exciting book from the Shadowlands.

     It started a bit slow but after it picked up it was really good. I wanted to slap Master Dan for being so stupid, but I commend Kari for being persistent. I think being a high school teacher helped her deal with a stubborn guy who had a chunk of wood for heart and the tact of a chair.

     I liked how she pressured him to acknowledge what he was really feeling and that final chase when he was made to see his true feelings for Kari and not have time to shut down.

     So I'm on to read the next!

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Birthday Giveaway Celebration

     Today is my birthday and I have decided to giveaway an Amazon or B&N gift card to celebrate. But what it's awesome for you is that the gift card amount depends on the amount of entries to this giveaway. I'm giving away a $5 GC but if the entries surpass the 50s I'll add $1 for every 5 extra entries. If the entries surpass the $25 I'll give another $25 GC (which will not be affected by the entries. It will stay $25, just the first one will)

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