I looked through two lists of over 100 romances coming out in 2019 and picked out the books I was most excited about. If you’re interested in hearing about how that fits into my no book buying year, check out my latest video. If you’re just here for the books, keep reading! An Unconditional Freedom
The world of Panopolis is a place where superheroes and supervillains reign, but it’s clear that shadowy GenCorp is the power behind their thrones. The heroes in particular are controlled by their handlers—they feed them, house them, pay them, control their sponsorships and generally run a company store to keep them beholden. I honestly can’t
For TBR Challenge this month I am sooo cheating. Well, sort of. I had intended to read The Sleeping Night by Barbara Samuel, but I completely forgot about the deadline (note to self: add a one week reminder to my TBR Challenge calendar). But Misfits by Garrett Leigh, the book I’m reviewing today, also qualifies.
Stay With Me Forever by Farrah Rochon is a great example of small town romance done right. Personally, I love small towns, but I rarely love small town romance. A lot of it is too precious and cutesy for me, particularly with a trope like the one Stay With Me Forever features: that of a
OMG A BEYOND BOOK WITH FOOD IN IT. Sorry, just had to get that out of my system right up front. I’ll explain in a bit. The Beyond series is a long-running Kit Rocha series and these aren’t standalone books so forgive me if you haven’t read any of them. You’ll just have to go
Today’s post has nothing to do with romance. And that picture has nothing to do with this recipe. But this post is all food all the time. I tried out a new recipe from a favorite food blog a couple weeks ago and was quite pleased with the final product, but not with the amount
It’s books like Have Mercy that make me sad more people don’t read erotic romance. Shelley Ann Clark may be a first-time author, but this book doesn’t read like a first effort. It’s super hot, it’s tightly written and Clark conveys truth about humanity and feminism that will stick with me for a long time
I’m a late Laura Kinsale convert. Her first book was published when I was still a kid, but in my early absorption with Julie Garwood and a whole host of Harlequin titles (which could be had for 25 cents each from my local used bookstore), I never ran across her work. It wasn’t until