Always the rogue and never the gentleman, Kerrigan Northam doesn’t worry about anything beyond his own pleasures. But lately, his noble friends have been considering marriage—specifically, the charms (and generous fortune) of the refreshingly pert Lady Olivia Liberty Chalford. Now they want Kerr to keep her from considering any other eligible suitors…by courting her himself!… Continue reading Review: The Last Lord Standing by Diana Lloyd
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Review: Earls Rush In by Jennifer Haymore
The beloved “sunshine” of the ton, Miss Charlotte Chapman, is trapped in the carriage with an utter madman. There’s simply no other explanation for it. Why else would the rough, reclusive Earl of Trevelyan—her deceased brother’s most beloved friend—sweep her away during a terrible snowstorm without explanation? All she knows is that his rather boorish behavior… Continue reading Review: Earls Rush In by Jennifer Haymore
Review: Of Moons and Monsters by Willow Hadley
Hell hath no fury like a man scorned. Isla learns that lesson all too well when she agrees to go to a party with her half-demon best friend, Alistair, to help him make his vampire ex-boyfriend jealous. Their plan backfires when Alistair’s ex turns out to be more psycho than Isla realized, and she finds… Continue reading Review: Of Moons and Monsters by Willow Hadley
Book Review: Ten Trends to Seduce Your Bestfriend by Penny Reid
Winnifred Gobaldi and Byron Visser are not best friends. Yes, they’ve known each other for years, but they’re not even friendly. Winnie considers them more like casual, distant acquaintances who find each other barely tolerable, especially when he's being condescending (which is all the time). The truth is, they have nothing in common. She’s a… Continue reading Book Review: Ten Trends to Seduce Your Bestfriend by Penny Reid
In Case You Missed it: Steam Levels!
That's right! Steam levels have now been added to my reviews. As I mainly review books with romance or erotic themes, even if they are sub/secondary genres, it seemed only fitting to finally implement them. Obviously, this will only be added to relevant reviews, so they may be markedly missing from certain reviews such as… Continue reading In Case You Missed it: Steam Levels!
DNFs of 12/31/19
I am a bit of an anomaly in the reading community because I have zero problem DNFing a book. There are multiple reasons I do so, but mainly the bottom line is that I wasn't enjoying them and I have zero time to waste on something I don't enjoy. Because my curiosity usually kills me,… Continue reading DNFs of 12/31/19
My Top Reads from 2017
Despite not having a lot of free time to devote to reading, I was able to discover some amazing reads this past year. Even if they weren't published the same year, the following are my top reads of 2017. Nine Minutes Past Midnight by Lena de Savoie = I was actually contacted by the author… Continue reading My Top Reads from 2017
Sometimes, it’s okay to not finish what you started
I am back again with another Storm in a Teacup post about a social norm I wish didn't exist. Well the phrase 'social norm' may seem a bit generous. The last SiaT post I wrote was about how I think people should rate DNF books even if they could not finish them. The following post… Continue reading Sometimes, it’s okay to not finish what you started