Friday, November 14, 2014

Review: Miss Firecracker by Lorelei James

Miss Firecracker
by Lorelei James
Series: Wild West Boys (#2)
Published by: Samhain Publishing
June 30th 2009
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook

Rating: 4 Stars

     As always Lorelei delivers. I really loved this book.

     Although it was short it was sweet it was full of hot, sweaty, steamy scenes. I in particular loved the cherry one *blush* and the intensity of the characters. Also that even if it was short there was no confession of love but the promise of it.

     I almost died laughing at the confrontation of Blake and Willow's daddies!!

     I would like to read a story about the West cousins Chet? and Whoever the other is... ^_^

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Review: Crazy Thing Called Love by Molly O'Keefe

Crazy Thing Called Love Crazy Thing Called Love
by Molly O'Keefe
Series: Crooked Creek Ranch (#3)
Published by: Bantam
January 29th 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Source: Publisher

Rating: 3 Stars

     This story had me, about half of the way in, wiping out the Kleenex. I love a good story that makes me cry. I loved the chemistry between Maddy and Billy. I liked the history between them and the little glimpses we had of their past. Of how, no matter what, they stayed true to their love. Even years later.

     What I didn't like was how stuck up Maddy was and the way she went to all this trouble to keep away from him. For at the end she couldn't resist the strong pull of love and familiar history.

     This book had me laughing, crying, cussing and a bunch other emotions, not unlike the characters. And one thing that had me going was Becky and Charlie and how it all ended for them. And that ending WOW I didn't even expected it! I really loved it and I can say it was good and maybe better from the first two. At least for me.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Review: Love Hypothetically by Anne Tenino

Love, HypotheticallyLove, Hypothetically
by Anne Tenino
Series: Theta Alpha Gamma (#2)
Published by: Riptide Publishing
August 27th 2012
Genre: Contemporary Romance, GLBT
Format: eBook
Source: Publisher

Rating: 3 Stars

      Well, now I know why Paul was such a prick towards Brad. I really feel sorry for him. To have the one person you trust betray you like that, it can really hurt and leave a huge mark.

     I'm just glad that everything worked out for him and that his hypothetical is not so hypothetical any more! I love that part were hi is hypothetically explaining the situation to Toby. So funny.

     I like the book over all and laughed a lot with it. Specially the part were hi was talking about Toby's roommate "boinking"(he seriously said that ^_^) a girl.

     The only thing I was kind of annoyed has that Paul said 'dammitall' a lot. But overall it was an entertaining read.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Review: Cowgirls Don't Cry by Lorelei James

Cowgirls Don't CryCowgirls Don't Cry
by Lorelei James
Series: Rough Riders (#10)
Published by: Samhain Publishing
November 9th 2010
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook

Rating: 5 Stars

     There is something said for second chances. I liked that this book took a sad story and turned into something happy and worthy. I was kind of saddened by Jessie and her life with Luke but I have to admired Brandt for taking up his brother's slack and proving that not all McKay's are attached to that family "reputation".

     Also I would have like they could have Luke's son closer to them. It really shocked me what his mother told Jessie. It was kind of crazy to do that, but I think in that time and age and with her parents religious stance it was inevitable.

     I love this story because it shows us that ever though blood runs thicker that water it doesn't have the same effect on members of the same family. We all are unique!

Monday, November 10, 2014

Review: Boots and Chaps by Myla Jackson

Boots and Chaps
by Myla Jackson
Series: Ugly Stick Saloon (#1)
Published by: Samhain Publishing
January 3rd 2012
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook

Rating: 3 Stars

     I started this book some time ago but couldn't finish it. Maybe I was reading too much “porn” at the time or something but it just wasn't doing it for me. I've been on a readers block lately so I decided to give it a try again and what did you know it has potential.

     I really liked the whole mystery dancer with the mask and all that. The BDSM portion of the book was a little bland but I understand that Jackson was not a born Dom and they are all wadding the waters in that respect.

     What I found difficult to understand was the fact that neither Jackson, Luke nor Mark put together the fact that Audrey was really Kiki. I mean if she was mute during the encounter I can see how but she was speaking. And even if she changed her voice it is (if they are doing it correctly) impossible for her to keep the charade with her brain scrambled.

     Anyhow I will be reading the next book just to see if the story better holds my attention. If not I’ll have to say bye-bye to this series.

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