• Absolute crap,  Crappy smut

    Double Teamed by Van Cole

    Double Teamed is a train wreck. And that’s putting it mildly. All I wanted was some juicy smut. Lots of explicit nooky and hot guys. I don’t think that’s too much to ask for. So a short story with an MMM ménage? Sign me up! But my god! This was crap straight through. Is it mean of me to be so blunt? Maybe. But this is another one of those books getting ridiculously inflated ratings on Amazon. I just want to save people from reading this disaster. It’s a story about a guy named Adam who meets up with his old bestie from High School. A bestie he also had…

  • F/M,  Romance

    Heroan by Casey Bering

    Coming June 1st First, full disclosure. I only read half of Heroan. You may think that I shouldn’t write a review for a book I didn’t finish, but let me explain. In my opinion, this is not a book meant for adults and I did not sign up to read something written for teens. If it wasn’t for the gory, detailed, violence, I’d say for sure this was meant for a younger audience because it has all the trademarks of a children’s book, but as it stands, I’m very conflicted about Heroan. I don’t know if I should review it as an adult-novel or as a teen-read. So I guess…

  • 4-star,  F/M,  Romance

    This Time Is Different by Mae Wood

    This Time Is Different is a cozy, low-key romance. It’s about a second chance at love and about navigating the unfamiliar waters of dating as a more mature adult. It’s about Amy Forsythe who is nearing forty and single for the first time since her senior prom. Her friends is pushing her to date but her teenager isn’t thrilled by the idea and neither is Amy. Whereas silver fox Thomas Popov isn’t looking for The One. He found her decades ago. And fell apart when she died. At fifty-three with a new job, a new city, and an empty nest, he’s focused on climbing the corporate ladder. But then a…

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  • M/M,  Romance,  Shifter

    Abel’s Omega by Ann-Katrin Byrde

    So, Abel’s Omega was a bit of a strange read. It’s the story of Baxter – an Omega who was mated off at too young an age – and Abel – an Alpha who is working his ass off to provide for his pack. The story takes place in a world where shifters are forced into small enclaves and are strictly policed by humans. And in this world, where shifters are second-class citizens and Omegas are the lowest ranking among all shifters, Bax is just trying to give his pups the best life they can have. When Bax’s mate dies and he’s about to be forced to give up his…

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  • F/M,  Paranormal,  Romance

    Blood Truth by J. R. Ward

    Blood Truth is the fourth and latest book in the Black Dagger Legacy series. It’s vampire romance with very little focus on blood-sucking. And I looove this book universe. I love both the Black Dagger Brotherhood series and the Legacy one. I’m hooked om Ward’s vampire world and I think anyone reading Blood Truth is too. Because this just isn’t a stand-alone. Either you’re a committed Ward vampire-fan and have read them all, or you haven’t read any of them. There’s no in between. Blood Truth is the book about Boone, a soldier in the Black Dagger Brotherhood ‘s training program, and Helania who’s trying to find her sister’s killer.…

  • M/M,  Romance

    Shots on Goal by Amy Aislin

    Shots on Goal is another hockey romance. It’s of the M/M, jock-meets-nerd variety – which I love. And I thought I knew exactly what I’d be getting with this read. I chose it more or less as a comfort read; a familiar storyline of closeted athlete meets out-and-proud, sprinkled with angst and sexytimes followed by a happily ever after. And in a sense, that is the gist of the story, but it was a bit more than that. This is actually the third installment in the Stick Side series. And no, I haven’t read the two previous ones. Shots on Goal works as a stand-alone. Though I must admit, in…