A rape and abuse victim in a Colorado town embarks on a relationship with the two hot guys hired to protect her. Her past endangers her, her lovers and the Colter family which has “adopted” her. Can she forgive herself and escape or be rescued before it is too late?
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by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Paranormal Romance • Tags: alphas, card games, dancing, Giselle, Las Vegas, packs, Penguin, poker, pranks, showgirls, Signet, Vicki Lewis Thompson, Werewolf, werewolves
Siblings of the werewolf and non-werewolf persuasion struggle with family expectations and their dreams.
The final book in the Redhead or Unidentified Redhead series has one character going off the rails. Will the relationship follow?
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Contemporary Romance/Erotica • Tags: biological clock, Broadway, Hollywood, Jack Hamilton, Lindsay Lohan, Los Angeles, Manhattan, meltdown, Movie star, NYC, Redhead
THE RED HEAD REVEALED by Alice Clayton Simon and Schuster/Gallery 320 pages E-book February 2013/Trade Paperback November 2013/Audio August 2013 Book provided by publisher for review. No remuneration was exchanged and all opinions presented herein are my own except as noted. As their careers catch fire, Grace and Jack — everyone’s favorite […]
Marcus Notte chases a fugitive female immortal around the west coast, but who captures who?
A Transcontinental adventure turns deadly in the second book of Delphine Dryden’s Steam and Seduction series.
Novella entry in this Paranormal Romance, Steampunk, Historical Series by Kristen Callihan. Interesting abilities, dangers from outside.
Lexi George may have invented Southern Paranormal Humor! These characters all get their worlds tipped up on end!
A talented and successful woman goes back to LA to find fame and fortune. She doesn’t expect to find love with a younger man and success at the same time.
Brenna and Grant find themselves in a “fake relationship” scenario. Both have some heavy duty emotional baggage in this fun romping, sexy erotic romance.
This second to last book in the series has a lot going for it. Take a look, please, at my thoughts!
Vader and Cherie each have a lot of secrets in this lighthearted romance. It’s the fifth entry in Jennifer Bernard’s Bachelor Firemen Series.
I say in my title that this is unabashedly unrealistic but is that bad? If erotica were realistic the chapters would probably be really short, right?
When you read erotica do you want realism or “fantasy?”
Tara Sue Me’s book is a sensitive treatment of the psychology of submission and some of its safety issues, and gives attention to the training and mentoring of both dominants and submissives.