Review: The Monster In Me by Madeline Fay & Jenèe Robinson

Length: 133 pages

Published: April 18, 2020

Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

I’m the monster who makes you fear the dark. I’m what goes bump in the night. Well, that’s what the legends say of my kind. I’m just a vampire who wants to be normal. To go to school, learn who I am, and fall in love.

Loving five guys who break my dead heart was not part of the plan.

I’m being hunted by a faceless monster and I’m changing into something I don’t recognize.

Returning back to the academy is the last thing I want to do, but it’s the safest place for me.

The guys are heating things up with me, blood is flowing, and class is back in session.

*Why Choose Romance

*18+

My thoughts 💭

I’m not sure how I feel about this book. All the good stuff started happening at the end. Dru forgave the guys very easily. Matthias’ feelings finally come to light. There’s some lying, scheming and pasts coming back to bite. I need the next book!

Review: Prize by Sara Fields

Published:April 3, 2020

Rating:⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

I was for sale, but he didn’t buy me. He just took me.

Exiled from Earth by a tyrannical government, I was meant to be sold for use on a distant world. But Vane doesn’t buy things. When he wants something, he takes it, and I was no different.

This alien brute didn’t just strip me, punish me, and claim me with his whole crew watching. He broke me, making me beg for mercy and then for far more shameful things. Perhaps he would’ve been gentle if I hadn’t defied him in front of his men, but I doubt it. He’s not the gentle type.

When he carried me aboard his ship naked, blushing, and sore, I thought I would be no more than a trophy to be shown off or a plaything to amuse him until he tired of me, but I was wrong.

He took me as a prize, but he’s keeping me as his mate.

My thoughts 💭

This book just wasn’t for me. I guess Nina and Vane are masochists and I couldn’t get into it with barely any affection. I prefer at least a little affection.

Review: The Fae King’s Curse by Jamie Schlosser

Length: 281 pages

Published: April 15, 2020

Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

Kirian and I were just twelve years old when I pulled him from the icy waters of the creek behind my house. As he looked in my direction with unseeing lavender eyes, I quickly realized our age was just about the only thing we had in common. He spoke with an accent, he had pointy ears, and he was so beautiful it made my heart ache. Oh, and he claimed to be a fae prince cursed by witches who stole his sight.

I thought he was crazy from hypothermia. Turns out, he wasn’t, and for some reason he keeps coming back. But a day in my world is a year in his. Every time I see him, he’s older. Wiser. Hotter.

Over the past six years, I’ve tried not to fall in love with him because the terms of the curse are clear: If he doesn’t wait for his fated mate in all ways, including an innocent (or not-so-innocent) kiss, he’ll be blind forever.

So when Kirian kisses me and pulls me through the portal to his realm, I make it my mission to do some damage control. It’d be a whole lot easier if he wasn’t determined to marry me… And if someone wasn’t trying to murder me every step of the way.

My thoughts 💭

I enjoyed this book! Kirian and Quinn were adorable. They’ve had feelings for each other since they were 12 and when the thought of not seeing each other anymore comes up they both get a little crazy. I loved how they loved each other! This was an interesting read with the love, betrayal, new friends and happy ever after. I can’t wait to read the next book!

Review: Lunchtime Chronicles: Thick Cut by S. London

Length: 91 pages

Published: October 8, 2019

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

She thinks she can hump and dump me. No damn way.

Griffin Phillips

I spent eighteen years in the Army, and nothing hit me as hard as this woman. The first time I saw her picture, I wanted to drop to my knees and worship at her feet. Fiona Cooper is thick and curvy the way I like my women. I don’t care that we’ve only talked online. She wants to be friends with benefits, but she’s already mine.

Fiona Cooper

After the year I’ve had, I’m ready for some fun. My friend is getting married in the same city where my online boy toy lives. Griffin Phillips is big all over and cut to perfection. I have plans to satisfy my craving for him, but this attraction between us will forever be strictly physical.

THICK CUT is an interracial erotic romance (BWWM) with a HEA. It is a part of the Lunchtime Chronicles series which can be read as standalone novels.

WARNING: This book is different from ALL previous Siera London books. THICK CUT contains explicit sex and graphic language.

My thoughts 💭

This was an enjoyable quick read. Fiona is in denial about what’s between her and Griffin. Griffin is sure he’s not letting his woman get away from him.

Release Blitz: Breaching Boundaries: Part One by Elizabeth Newton

Title: Breaching Boundaries: Part One
Author: Elizabeth Newton 
Genre: Historical Romance 
Breaching Boundaries Part one, is a period romance set at the turn of the 20th Century. It focuses on the heir to the 35,000 acre Carneforth Estate, Elliot Harrington. When his self-serving father Henry Harrington the 4th Earl of Carneforth marries a young French woman soon after his wife’s death, Elliot is torn between his growing feelings for his beautiful step-mother and his sense of honor. As much as he hates his father, can he betray him in this way and are his feelings reciprocated?
 

Lunchtime Chronicles: The Bento Box by Olivia Gaines

Length: 87 pages

Published: October 1, 2019

Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

Koji Okada’s plan to convince Dr. Trista Hathaway to purchase his latest app included a long weekend and high end romancing.

The surprise is on him when he shows up at her doorstep and Trista turns the table to ensure he gets a large serving of his own meal.

Love on the go becomes synonymous with this pair as they snack their way through love in the Bento Box.

My thoughts 💭

Koji and Trista were cute! Koji thought he was going to wine and dine his way into getting what he wanted. Trista knew what was going on and shocked him by suggesting they just enjoy each other and proceeded to rock his world. This was an end quick read.

Review: Lunchtime Chronicles: Double Dipped by Brooklyn Knight

Length: 95 pages

Published: April 1, 2020

Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

Trigger

You can run, but you can’t hide from me, mama. The cat and mouse game is what I do for a living: I chase criminals and apprehend them. But you ain’t no criminal, Candy. The only thing you’re guilty of is giving me a taste and expecting it to be enough. I can help you, if you’ll let me. I can clear this mess up – but for the love of God, don’t try and run from me, because one dip in your sensual pool just ain’t enough for this cowboy. I need more. I need it all.

Candy

You say you came to meet up with me and then you reveal the truth: that you’re a bounty hunter and you know my darkest secret. Of course, I’m going to bolt. It doesn’t matter that your rugged cowboy looks and firm hand completely undo me. Thanks to my traumatic past, I can’t trust you! Don’t look for me, Trigger, and definitely don’t come to back to Atlanta for me. You took one dip and I survived; but if you double dip, there’s no way I’ll be able to resist you.

My thoughts 💭

I liked this book! Trigger knew he wanted Candy and didn’t let her go. One taste wasn’t enough for the cowboy! This was a steamy and sweet read.