Saturday, December 29, 2018

Release Blitz: Tainted Bastard by Terri Anne Browning

Title: Tainted Bastard
Series: Tainted Knights #4
Author: Terri Anne Browning
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 29, 2018


“Tell me something true?”

Her sweet voice was like a siren calling me to her.

My truth?

I was a bastard.
I hated everyone.

My past was as dark as my soul.

And she was the only light in that cold darkness.

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Terri Anne Browning is multiple USA TODAY bestselling author. Being dyslexic, she never thought a career in writing would be possible, yet she has been on best selling lists multiple times since 2013. Reese: A Safe Haven Novella was her first Indie published book. The Rocker Who Holds Me changed the tables and kicked off The Rocker... series featuring the sinfully delicious members of Demon's Wings. The Rocker... Series is now complete with 12 books and the occasional novella. Other books by Terri Anne include the Angel's Halo MC Series, as well as The Lucy & Harris Novella Series, The Vitucci Mafiosos Series, and The Tainted Knights Rocker Series.

Terri Anne lives in Virginia with her husband, their three demons---err, children--and a hyper Frenchie named Grunt.

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Friday, December 28, 2018

Review: Wild Hunger by Chloe Neil

Wild Hunger (Heirs of Chicagoland #1) by Chloe Neill
Publication Date: August 14th, 2018
Series: 1
Rating: 5 stars 

Official Blurb:
In the first thrilling installment of Chloe Neill's spinoff to the New York Times bestselling Chicagoland Vampires series, a new vampire will find out just how deep blood ties run.
As the only vampire child ever born, some believed Elisa Sullivan had all the luck. But the magic that helped bring her into the world left her with a dark secret. Shifter Connor Keene, the only son of North American Central Pack Apex Gabriel Keene, is the only one she trusts with it. But she's a vampire and the daughter of a Master and a Sentinel, and he's prince of the Pack and its future king.
When the assassination of a diplomat brings old feuds to the fore again, Elisa and Connor must choose between love and family, between honor and obligation, before Chicago disappears forever.

The moment I saw that Chloe Neil was coming out with a spin-off series to The Chicagoland Vampire Series, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. I’ve been following the story of Ethan and Merit for what it seems like forever, so of course I wanted to dive right into the story of their daughter.
I’ll start off this review by saying, Chloe Neil did not disappoint.
I was hooked from page one (as with all her books) and I literally did not want to stop reading for anything. With this new series, of course you’re still getting a lot of what made The Chicagoland Vampires Series, but you’re also getting a new dose, a new taste of what’s to come with Wild Hunger. There are new characters, new threats, and naturally, new loves.
Elisa Sullivan is everything I imagined she would be, but she’s also nothing I expected. There is always a moment in book, where I think I have the character pinned down, but with Elisa, she kept me guessing. I can see her growing with each book as well, and I highly appreciate that in characters.
Wild Hunger is a definite must read, and one that I’m so glad I finally had the chance to read. I strongly recommend reading this one, even if you haven’t read The Chicagoland Vampires Series. Wild Hunger can be read as a standalone, so that’s always a plus. 

Release Blitz: Right Where I Want You by Jessica Hawkins

Title: Right Where I Want You
Author: Jessica Hawkins
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 28, 2018


There’s a thin line between love and hate . . . and it cuts right through the middle of their office.

Bad boys? They run right over good girls like Georgina Keller.

But after a confidence-shattering breakup, she’s determined not to let anyone at her new workplace push her around—least of all the brooding creative director, a “bad boy of publishing” who’s made it clear she’s enemy #1.

Sebastian Quinn's taste for fast cars, late nights, and beautiful women may have gotten him to the top of a leading New York magazine, but the reputation that made him is suddenly threatening to end his career.

Georgina can help Modern Man shed its bad reputation, but in order to do that, she’ll have to start at the top—and no amount of rakish charm or inconvenient attraction will distract her.

Because if Sebastian gets her right where he wants her, it means she’s going down.

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At the stadium’s concession stand, I took a tall stool, putting Georgina and I at eye level since she stood. “So, why didn’t you kiss François?” I asked. “Bad breath?”
She gasped into her hand. “My breath is fine.”
“I meant his. I’m sure yours is pure relish on a hotdog.”
She made a face. “Gross.”
“I happen to love relish,” I said. “But does François?”
Each time I said François with flourish, she flinched. I didn’t care. Something about him bugged me—I just couldn’t put my finger on it.
“We didn’t kiss because you interrupted us,” she pointed out.
“So? If I were in his position, and we both wanted that kiss, I wouldn’t let anyone stop me.”
Frank and I are clicking,” she said, scowling. “There was even mention of spending time at his summerhouse.”
She coughed into her fist. “Boca Raton.”
The idea of Georgina spending a summer with him in Boca Raton was tragic enough that I almost smiled. I got the sense she was playing up the date. If it was so great, why wasn’t she sitting here with him? And why was I more relieved than smug about that? “Meanwhile, Justin and I will be clamming in Montauk.”
“You two should really just make it official and announce your love to the world.”
“But then I wouldn’t get to flirt with pretty girls.”
“For someone who pretends to have as much game as you,” she said, “I still haven’t seen you successfully flirt with any girls since I’ve known you.”
I smirked. “How do you know I’m not flirting with you right now?”

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Jessica Hawkins is a USA Today bestselling author known for her "emotionally gripping" and "off-the-charts hot" romance. Dubbed "queen of angst" by both peers and readers for her smart and provocative work, she's garnered a cult-like following of fans who love to be torn apart...and put back together.

She writes romance both at home in New York and around the world, a coffee shop traveler who bounces from café to café with just a laptop, headphones, and coffee cup. She loves to keep in close touch with her readers, mostly via Facebook, Instagram, and her mailing list.

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Review: Goodgirls Say Please by Dani Wyatt

Publication Date: November 26th, 2018
Series: Standalone 
Rating: 3 Stars 

Official Blurb: From the moment I saw her in the greenhouse checkout line fumbling for change, I changed. I smiled for Christ sake. It felt odd. I couldn’t remember the last time anything made me smile. 

See, I’m not in the smiling sort of business. My life hasn’t given me much to smile about for a long time. 

This five-foot-nothing package of contradictions has me turning my life upside down. With her crooked glasses and her blonde bangs that are always in her eyes, she’s one half my little girl. In the next breath, she’s pure sex with a backside that looks best with my handprint on both cheeks. 

The first time she called me Daddy, I knew I’d never be the same. I want to be a better man because of her. She’s mine, my everything and I’ll protect her to the ends of the earth. 

The only problem is. I may have to. 

Review: I love a good dirty read sometimes, and I also fell completely in love with this cover, so I wanted to give this book a try. I’m actually shocked, a bit satisfied, but overall, my feelings are part love as well as part hate, which really annoys me.

I’m a reader with an open mind, but this book was kind of all over the place. It started off in a very, very awkward way. It actually took me a minute to realize what was happening. Then, I felt annoyed that I wasn’t getting full details, while everything was just jumping around all over the place.

I’m all for dirty scenarios in books, but at times, I felt Stas was doing the exact same thing to Ginger as what happened in her past only in a bit of a different way. I mean who lists that someone has to ask permission before they can EAT OR DRINK something bad for them?! I was like for real right now. Then, the pet names were WAY over the top. Yes, I get it, it’s a D/D book, which is cool, but every single sentence, or every other word. Yeah, it was a bit much.

I enjoyed how much they loved each other, and also how happy their relationship made them. They literally would do anything and everything for each other. And it’s sex… lots and lots and lots and lots of sex. You get me point. It also annoyed me how Stas would demand things from Ginger, but she wasn’t allowed the same in return. It was a bit hypocritical for most of the book. So yes, I’m annoyed because of the parts I loved, but then completely loathed other parts. I feel a bit let down.