New Author, New Point of View

Because of a change in leadership I had to kill off a lot of my social media activity which made me a little tart, because it was selective. That is a story for another day. I would love to read a non fiction book that discusses some of the things women of color in corporate […]

Review| Tempting Jupiter, Charlee Allden

Review| Tempting Jupiter, Charlee Allden

Jupiter and Seneca were fantastic heroes, they were layered and just made for a wonderful read.  A story featuring multiple heroes/heroines can sometimes leave one character out in the cold but this one was well done. I was invested in everyone. I have to say, I love me some Fee ! At first I was not […]

Review| Royal, H. E. Trent

Review| Royal, H. E. Trent

If you want to jump in at book five I will not hold you back, because Luke and Alex are hot and most of the main romance takes place between the two men, at least in the beginning… this is not MMF for nothing . The romance with the heroine Autumn does not start to […]

Why I love SFR and the -ish I don’t Like

I love Science Fiction Romance, it is one of those things I stumbled upon early with gateway author Johanna Lindsey. Say what you will about Johanna Lindsey, but for many readers of the romance genre, she was the author who introduced them to other sub-genres and for me it was SFR. SFR gave me options, […]

Review| Stay for Me, Jamie Pope

Review| Stay for Me, Jamie Pope

This author was recommended by a friend and I have to say, I was down for how hallmark-esk this was. A wounded solider, who was horrible to his wife and now acts completely different, has become the best of men. Now that I write this, maybe this was more Young in the Restless than Hallmark, […]

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