Tell me how many books you read in January. I finished 12 books. No 5-star reads. Four books received 4-star ratings. How did you do?
Beware: Witness to Passion is a racy read. It contains naughty language and graphic sexuality. If you prefer sweet romances, this one is not for you. Witness to Passion by Naima Simone (2015) Witness to Passion is a standalone story in Naima Simone’s two-book Guarding Her Body series (note: from what I’ve been able to... Continue Reading →
Beware: Damaged! is a racy read. It contains naughty language and graphic sexuality. If you prefer sweet romances, this one is not for you. Damaged! by J.S. Scott (2017) Damaged! is the third book in J.S. Scott’s Walker Brothers series. Though I was a bit skeptical of the book due to the exclamation point in... Continue Reading →
Wrong Side of Hell by Sonya Bateman (2016) I read a lot of books that are the first in a series, and Wrong Side of Hell by Sonya Bateman is the next addition to that particular section on my bookshelves. When I read the first book in a series, I’m looking for the author to... Continue Reading →
Do you have a favorite fictional private investigator? Name drop in the comments. I'm looking for reading inspiration.
Beware: Blind Reader Wanted is a racy read. It contains naughty language and graphic sexuality. If you prefer sweet romances, this one is not for you. Blind Reader Wanted by Georgia Le Carre (2017) This is the story of Lara and Kit. Lara is a twenty-two year old young woman who makes her living as... Continue Reading →
The Valley of Fear by A. Conan Doyle (1915) Reading The Valley of Fear, the final Sherlock Holmes novel, has been on my to do list for quite some time. Imagine my surprise when I started reading and discovered that I had at least started it in the past. I’ve got notes in the margins... Continue Reading →
Close Contact by Lori Foster (2017) When it comes to romance novels, I like mine sexy hot and with a heavy dollop of suspense. It’s no surprise, then, that I settled on Close Contact by Lori Foster while searching for my next read. I’ve read Foster’s work before, but it’s been awhile. Still, I thought... Continue Reading →