Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a a weekly blog hop hosted by Breaking the Spine where we all mention one upcoming book release we are waiting for.
 This week, my pick is a book I have been dying for for months now and it finally being released in just three more looong weeks!  The build up to this story from the previous two books in the series, Wicked Intentions and Notorious Pleasures, has had me chomping for this book since I finished the previous one months ago.  Here is the summary from Elizabeth Hoyts website:

Can a pirate learn . . . River Pirate ‘Charming’ Mickey O’Connor has lifted himself from the depths of the slums to be the King of St. Giles. Anything he wants he gets—with one exception. Silence Hollingbrook has been haunting his dreams ever since she spent a single night in his bed.
That the only true treasure . . .
Once Silence was willing to sacrifice anything to save the man she loved. Now a widow, she’s finally found peace when Charming Mickey comes storming back into her life with an offer she can’t refuse. But this time she won’t be the only one paying the price for his sins.

Lies in a woman's heart?
When his past comes back to torment him, Mickey must keep Silence safe from a merciless enemy, while wrestling with the delicious hold this widow has on his heart. And in the face of mounting danger, both will have to surrender to something even more terrifying . . . true love.

See, I read the preview in the back of the last book, something I rarely do and this is why.  It makes you want the next book now and you have to wait and wait and wait.  The chemistry between Charming Mickey and Silence is going to be off the charts, I just know it.  I can not wait to read this story and see how it all plays out.  And phew, the step back for this cover??  See. thats how I know its going to be smokin ;)  Looking forward to a delicious, hot pirate story with a strong willed woman who fall for each other in a most satisfying way from one of my favorite historical authors!  What about you?  Have you read anything by the uber-talented Elizabeth Hoyt?  Are you just dying for this book as well?

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Seduction of a Highland Lass by Maya Banks

On his way to formerly propose to the woman he must marry to secure an alliance for his clan, Alaric McCabe is attacked and barely flees alive.  He and his horse somehow make it to a cottage in the woods and he promptly falls off his horse and passes out.  Keeley is stunned to see a mysterious man near her home but as she is a healer, she knows she must tend to his wounds.  Her first problem is how in the world to get this man into her home and I have to say, it was pretty funny.  As Keeley is tending to Alaric, he goes in and out of consciousness calling Keeley his angel or his devil but he sorely loves when she curls up to him to stay warm.  Alaric is quickly discovered by his brothers and Ewan, with his typical high handedness, takes Keeley with to tend to Alaric and also his wife.  Keeley is very upset by this, but as she has been tossed out by her clan and she has already developed feeling for Alaric, she goes.

Alaric is stunned by the feelings he feels for Keeley, they are unlike anything he has ever felt before but he knows his duty is to his clan and it is tearing him up.  When Keeley learns of Alaric engagement, and to whom, she is very saddened as she has already grown to love this strong, fierce man but also knows that nothing can come between them as the woman he is to marry, is Keeleys sister in heart.  As time passes and their attraction grows, they decide to live in the moment and cherish the memories they will make forever.  And those memories are smokin!  When the truth of what happened to Keeley and her clan is finally revealed, it is a huge source of anger for Alaric and his brothers.  But as the king has now approved of Alarics marriage and is planning on attending, Alaric knows his duty is to his clan, not his heart.

Oh, the ending of this book.  Sigh...have some tissues handy because you are going to need them!  You hope you know how it will play out but there is always that bit of uncertainty and Maya Banks will take you through the ringer to get the answers you want.  Alaric, sigh....really, thats all I can say, lol.  He is just sighworthy by the end.  And Keeley, in search of a sense of belongness is so happy to finally fit even though her heart breaks.  Together, they are a couple you will root for even while you don't want to see the clan falter as a result.  Overall, since I needed some tissues for tugging my heart strings, 5 stars.

Series note:  This is book two (following In Bed with a Highlander ) and I would recommend you read in order so you get more of a sense of the deep bond between the brothers and their duty for the clan.  The third book, Never Love a Highlander, will be released on Oct 25th and I am really hoping WalMart has it a few days early again as I can not wait to read it!!

And again, holy smokin hot cover but his hair seems wrong.  Its supposed to be longer with a braid.  I know I'm a bit picky but I really love when the cover matches the book perfectly :)

In Bed with a Highlander by Maya Banks

Ok, I going to confess that this was my first trip into Highlander territory and I was pleasantly surprised as to how much I enjoyed this story.  Our heroine, Marian grew up in a convent for most of her life as she is the illegitimate daughter of the late king and one day her world comes crashing down and she is taken away by an evil laird who tries to force her into marriage as he wants control of the land and riches she will inherit once she marries and has an heir.  Marian refuses and is severely beaten and tossed back into her chamber and by the grace of some servants, she is able to escape.  Along the way to the evil lairds castle, Marian had protected a young boy from being beaten and it is this young boy, Crispen, whom has a very agitated father and uncles looking for him.  When the men stumble upon Marian with the boy, they think she is the kidnapper of Crispen but Crispen fiercely defends the women who saved him, and she him as she thinks they are going to take Crispen, and eventually they are all taken back to Crispens clan.  Marian makes Crispen promise not to reveal her true identity and he agrees much to the annoyance of his father, Laird Ewan McCabe.

Ewan can not believe that this women refuses to obey him but he can not deny his attraction to her.  Over a bit of time, the truth about Marian comes to light and it is decided that the best solution is for them to marry so that Ewan may protect her and his clan is in sore need of the funds she will bring.  Marian sees she really has no choice and agrees but on their wedding day they are attacked by the man that kidnapped Marian and have a rough first encounter and this makes Marian very wary of the bedchamber.  But whew, does Ewan quickly make up for his mistake and we get to see these two strong minded, quick tempered people fall head over heels for each other.  I love seeing a strong man so used to his own way struck down by the love of his woman.  The fierceness that he will go to protect her is wonderful and Marian is just as fierce protecting her man and now her clan.

Overall, for my first Highlander book I think this was a good one to try as it has made me very eager to read more in the future.  I really enjoyed Marian with her bold attitude and her always loose tongue and mumbles under her breathe.  I enjoyed Ewan and his battle ready attitude that is slowly tempered down by Marian.  I loved the huge sense of family, blood or clan, and how the men, and women, will go to any lengths to protect what is theirs.  I can not wait for Ewans brothers, Alaric and Caelen, to have their stories told and thankfully there is not a long wait!  4 stars

And on a side note...I do like the cover but shouldn't the male have longer hair?? 

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a a weekly blog hop hosted by Breaking the Spine where we all mention one upcoming book release we are waiting for.

 This week I have another two-fer special :)  I have been reading In Bed with a Highlander by Maya Banks and really enjoying it!  It is my first Highlander book and so far so good!  So my waiting on Wednesday title(s) are the two upcoming books for this trilogy.  First, on Sept 27th is Seduction of a Highland Lass (which I just got at WalMart today, squee!) and then on Oct 25th comes Never Love a Highlander.

Here are the smokin covers and the blurbs:

A warrior is caught between family loyalty and forbidden love in book two of bestselling author Maya Banks’s sensual new trilogy featuring three indomitable Highlanders.
Fiercely loyal to his elder brother, Alaric McCabe leads his clan in the fight for their birthright. Now he is prepared to wed for duty, as well. But on his way to claim the hand of Rionna McDonald, daughter of a neighboring chieftain, he is ambushed and left for dead. Miraculously, his life is saved by the soft touch of a Highland angel, a courageous beauty who will put to the test his fealty to his clan, his honor, and his deepest desires.An outcast from her own clan, Keeley McDonald was betrayed by those she loved and trusted. When the wounded warrior falls from his horse, she is drawn to his strong, lean body. The wicked glint in his green eyes ignites a passion that will follow them back to Alaric’s keep, where their forbidden love draws them deeper into the pleasures of the flesh. But as conspiracy and danger circle closer, Alaric must make an impossible choice: Will he betray his blood ties for the woman he loves?

In a tale of strong ties and true love, Maya Banks’s trilogy comes to its stunning conclusion, as the youngest McCabe brother uses sword and seduction to save his clan—and seal his heart.
Caelen McCabe’s young, reckless heart nearly destroyed his clan. Now, putting family loyalty above all else, he steps up to marry his older brother’s jilted bride and salvage the uneasy alliance between two clans. While beautiful Rionna McDonald is a fit wife for any man, Caelen trusts no woman, especially not this sweet temptress who torments him with white-hot longing.
As the sacrificial lamb in her father’s power game, Rionna will do her duty but vows to protect her heart and her pride from humiliation. Despite everything, though, the heat in Caelen’s touch melts her defenses, and she craves the sensual delights of a husband who guards his emotions as fiercely as his clan. But when the ultimate battle for the McCabe legacy is upon them, Rionna’s true warrior spirit emerges. She will risk the wrath of her father, the fury of her enemies, and her life to prove to Caelen that his wife’s love is too precious to lose.

I can't wait to finish up In Bed... and get started on the next one right away!  These are my first Highlander books and I think Maya Banks has done an excellent job so far.  The men are fierce and loyal to their clan and the women are the same mix of fierceness and boldness.  I love that I can already see how the stories are connected through the brothers.  So for my first dip into the Highlander pool I think I am doing ok :)  How about you?  Do you enjoy Highlander stories?  Any other recommendations (besides Jennifer Ashleys trio out so far, which I have heard awesome things about already and own and will get to soon)?


Monday, September 19, 2011

The Heir by Grace Burrowes

Here is just a quick review of the debut book under the name Grace Burrowes~

Good storyline with a sexy Earl and a sparkling housekeeper who discover that sparks fly when they are together and are quite unsure how to move forward with their relationship as it is obvious the housekeeper, Anna, is hiding something. 
Overall, a very enjoyable book even though it felt a bit disjointed at places.  Sometimes I felt like I missed something as the timetable would jump ahead when I wasn't expecting it too....and part of it was on my end, I kept getting interrupted while reading it but I still felt a bit confused at times.  Gayle Windham, Earl of Westhaven, is sick of his overbearing father and hides out in his country house where his smart, beautiful housekeeper gets him all tied up in knots.  He and his brothers can tell she is hiding something but Westhaven still decides to start a courtship with Anna, always making her feel like she is not just another woman.  Anna has a secret past she is trying to move on from and protect and slowly lets Westhaven in and then retreats backwards and it is a bit frustrating.  I thought I sort of guessed the secret near the beginning and it isn't fully revealed until near the end and I am happy to say I was pretty close to right :)  Still, even with Anna being a bit of a annoying heroine at times, Westhaven is truly a delightful hero and his brothers and relationship with them and the rest of his family was excellent and make me very eager to read all about the rest of this family!  4 stars

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Romancing the Countess by Ashley March

Leah George has had a difficult few years beginning with discovering her husband, whom she thought loved her and she was in love with, sleeping with his best friends wife.  Leah is shattered and builds up quite a wall around her heart but continues on with her life as best as she can...all behind a fake front of happiness.  When tragedy strikes one night and her husband and his lover die in a carriage accident, she can't help but finally feel free.  Then comes all the requirements of widowhood where she must still continue on living her life behind a lie, pretending to be saddened by his death.  After a few months of this behavior, she realizes she can not continue on in this fashion and decides to do something a bit scandalous....she throws a house party.

Sebastian, Earl of Wriothesly, thought he had the perfect wife and is shocked by the depth of his late wifes betrayal especially as if any whiff of this scandal hits the ton, it could affect his son.  When he learns that the widowed Leah is having a house party, he is floored and knows he must attend to keep Leah in check and not allow their shared secret to become public knowledge.  Sebastian has a hard time understanding why Leah acts so casual in her supposed grief but he finds himself attracted to her and he slowly sets out to break down her walls and in turn stars to learn how much Leah has known and how deeply it has affected her.

I had a lot of high hopes for this book based on previous reviews from friends and fellow bloggers and I am really happy to say that I really enjoyed it!  It took me a bit to warm up to Leah but I think that had more to do with her late husband and his treatment of her and their relationship.  He was never physically abusive but he defiantly scarred her deep.   Sebastian came off very stiff and proper like but underneath that layer he was a caring, loving man who also was scarred but loved his son enough to want to protect him at any cost.  As Leah and Sebastians relationship grows, so does all the sexual tension!  As much as Leah wants to be with Sebastian, she has serious hesitations and it takes a bit of work on both their parts to move past that.  Naturally, she thinks Sebastian is still deeply in love with his perfect wife and her own failures as a wife also factor in.  

A few of my favorite things about this book is one, the cover is just spot on for a big turning point of the story (the dress is beyond scandalous!) and it leads to a moment that turned the story in a direction I didn't see coming and I love when that happens :)  I love when a cover matches a book perfectly.  I also liked how, even though they wanted each other quickly, there was a lot of time built up to the final ending and I admired Sebastians restraint and thoughtfulness in the matter.  Also, his son is a part of the love story and not just thrown in once in awhile and well done (probably helped by the fact Ms March has two little ones of her own so it seemed realistic).  As much as I looked forward to this book, I was also hesitant about the storyline working out well.  I mean, the spouses of two hidden lovers finding their own happiness together...could work, could not work.  In this case, it totally worked and now I am just really impatient for more, more, more from Ms March!  If you are looking for a slightly different romance with humor, sexual tension, love, and a good old happy ever after, grab the newest from Ashley March!  5 stars

I won an arc from the publisher but I have since already purchased my own copy for my keeper shelf :)

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a a weekly blog hop hosted by Breaking the Spine where we all mention one upcoming book release we are waiting for.

This week my WoW title is a book I have had the pleasure of reading an ARC for, Season for Temptation by Theresa Romain.  You can find my full review here.  This is one seriously delightful book and I can't wait for you all to have a chance to read it when it is finally released on Oct 4th!  I have not read alot of Julia Quinn but the humor in this book reminded be a bit of JQ and if you enjoy JQ, I really think you are going to enjoy Season for Temptation.  Theresa Romain is a new author and one that I am really looking forward to more from and a long, happy, fun career. Here is the summary from goodreads:

Two Sisters...

Julia Herington is overjoyed when her stepsister, Louisa, becomes engaged--to a viscount, no less. Louisa's only hesitation is living a life under the ton's critical gaze. But with his wry wit and unconventional ideas, Julia feels James is perfect for Louisa. She can only hope to find a man like him for herself. Exactly like him, in fact...

One Choice...

As the new Viscount Matheson, James wished to marry quickly and secure his title. Kind, intelligent Louisa seemed a suitable bride... until he met her stepsister. Julia is impetuous--and irresistible. Pledged to one sister, yet captivated by another, what is he to do? As Christmas and the whirl of the London season approach, James may be caught in a most scandalous conundrum, one that only true love, a bit of spiritous punch--and a twist of fate--will solve...

A perfectly witty, fun book with a bit of Christmas that will help get you into the holiday spirit!

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

In Pursuit of Eliza Cynster by Stephanie Laurens

Eliza Cynster is being closely watched by all of her family following the kidnapping of her older sister, Heather, and the only known fact that a mysterious laird needs one of the Cynster sisters.  Which one exactly, no one knows and as a result, they are all closely being monitored.  So when at his sisters engagement ball, Eliza receives a mysterious note from a mysterious suitor, she decides to pursue it and in the process, her own kidnapping adventure begins.  Eliza is not as brave or bold as Heather but she knows she needs to find out more of the whys behind the kidnappings.  Unfortunately, this time the man hired to kidnap her drugs her with laudanum for most of the journey across the border but Eliza finally gets one chance to make an impassioned plea out the carriage window to a curricle passing by.

Jeremy Carling is a bit startled by the face he briefly sees on his way home and it takes him a few moments to connect the dots as to who the young lady was and what she was yelling.  He can not believe that it is Eliza and that she was yelling help.  After all, he knows a bit about the previous kidnapping and knows Eliza was being closely watched.  He knows he needs to rescue her though and sets about just such a course.  Eliza is also a bit startled to have recognized Jeremy, dedicated scholar, and does not hold out much hope that he will swoop in and rescue her.  She is delighted when he sneaks up to her window and together they devious their escape plan.  The escape plan is pretty simple to Jeremy, they will ride hard to her relatives and avoid needing to spend a night alone together.  Eliza throws a pretty big wrench into that plan though and they are forced to take a very long, twisty way back to avoid Elizas captor and the laird and spend five nights together.  Which, you know, leads to all sorts of steamy fun! 

Overall, this book was enjoyable but I didn't enjoy it as much as the previous one.  I felt like it a bit of the same plot, with new twists and turns, but still a bit too similar for my tastes.  I really liked Jeremy as he is one of my favorite types of heroes...quiet, scholarly and determined.  I liked Eliza but I didn't really warm up to as much as Jeremy but together, together they were good!  I liked how they just took each day as it came and would deal with the requisite consequences (marriage) later and how they were ok with that.  No big 'I won't marry without love' deal.  Well, there was a bit on Elizas part but Jeremy really stepped up to the plate and made his feelings known for Eliza before she gathered too many doubts.  The best part of this book, for me, was learning a bit more about the mysterious laird and I really can not wait for the next book and it looks like it is going to be full of spirited fun!  Overall, though, this is a good, exciting adventure with a sweet love story that you get to watch bloom into a beautiful ending.  4 stars

I received this book from the publisher via

Cynster Sisters Trilogy
Can be read out of order but Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue: A Cynster Novel (Cynster Sisters Trilogy) was excellent so do read it!
Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue: A Cynster Novel (Cynster Sisters Trilogy)
Book Three: The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae (Cynster Sisters Trilogy) out Jan 31, 2012

Sunday, September 11, 2011

September 11th, 10 years later

On this day, I just want to remind all of you to hug your loved ones close and show them all some extra love.  10 years ago today our country changed forever and it pulled our entire country together for a time.  Please remember all those who gave their lives so we as Americans can all be free.  My thoughts and prayers go out to all families affected by 9/11 and all other life changing tragedies.

Review mentioned~

Unclaimed (Hqn)Um, major *squee* moment for me here!  Courtney Milan quoted a line from my review of her upcoming release, Unclaimed (Hqn)!  I loved this book so that was really awesome to see it quoted!  It always makes me feel really good when any author takes the time to read my review and then to get that extra bump of acknowledgement...really made my day. 

Here is a link to her site and the quote:

Thursday, September 8, 2011

What a Duke Wants by Lavinia Kent

Escaping to the horse barn one night, Mark Smythe, Duke of Strattington, overhears a young woman muttering about "who covers a cock?" and naturally his interest is quite ummm, aroused.   The woman in question is Isabella Masters, or Isabella Smith as she introduces herself to this man whom she believes has come to the barn to take care of the problem that is bothering the high and might Duke.  Little does she know she is rambling on to the actual duke about his wretched steward man and all his ridiculous rules.  Isabella is a nursemaid on the run from a shameful and torrid past and she finds it utterly unfathomable that a duke would think himself so much better than anyone else that he would send a nursemaid out to the barn with the baby until the baby is quiet.  As Isabella is prattling on, Mark is instantly drawn to her.  He does not get a chance to say he is the duke, but a very unexpected one as he inherited from his late uncle after his death and his sons death, and all those horrid rules were the old dukes way of life.  Not Marks.  Instead Mark is able to feel like himself...not like his new title and rules in life and he enjoys the way Isabella talks to him.  Just him.

As Isabellas employer, Mrs. Wattingham, is on the way to the kings coronation and Mark just happens to be going there as well, he conveniently arrives at all the same inns as Isabella and they continue to meet in the horse stables and continue their acquaintance.  They only talk (well, for the most part..there are a few hot kisses) as Mark knows he needs to confess the full extent of his identity but the opportunity never presents itself until one very steamy encounter later in which they are discovered together does the whole truth about Mark become revealed to Isabella.  Isabella is naturally shocked and hurt and when her employer tosses her out, Mark becomes her only option of survival.  She is running from her family and needs funds to stay hidden and when Mark presents an opportunity, she is unable to refuse, though her heart wants too.

This was my first full length Lavinia Kent novel and it was full of steamy goodness!  Even though the hidden identity isn't a favorite of mine, it worked in this story.  Mark was well aware of the fact he needed to tell Isabella the truth but at the same time Isabella is hiding her own secrets and it takes her quite a bit of time to finally let Mark in.  Both had valid reasons for why they did what they did though and it helped me enjoy the storyline.  Now, I wanted to smack Mark upside the head a few times with his treatment of Isabella after they are discovered.  He is having a hard time adjusting to being the duke and what is expected of him and his friends have to tell him a few times that he is the duke...he tells people what to do and they listen to him, not the other way around.  Mark wants to offer Isabella the happy little cottage in the country together but feels like it is to beneath him as a duke.  Oh, but when he finally stands up for Isabella at a very public ball (Isabellas past had finally caught up to her at this point and her situation was being resolved) it was so...perfect!  Mark knew that Isabella loved him for him, not the duke status, and he showed his love for her in a most fitting way.  And the epilogue left a big, happy smile on my face for the wonderful new duke that emerged from underneath so much pressure who loves the woman who helped him realize his full potential.  I really enjoyed this book and I look forward to reading more!  4 stars

I received this ebook from the publisher via

Connected books
If you are like me you like to read books in order and as I was reading What a Duke Wants I happened to see if Isabellas family had had their stories told already and I saw that they had.  However, I am glad I did not read them first as I think I would have had different feelings about her family if I had read their books first so if you want to try Lavinia Kent, this would be an excellent book to start with and then go back, like I am :)

A Talent for SinBound By Temptation Taken By Desire

A Talent for Sin is about Isabellas sister and Bound By Temptation is about her brother.  I'm not positive if Taken By Desire is connected as well but I would think it would be loosely as well.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a a weekly blog hop hosted by Breaking the Spine where we all mention one upcoming book release we are waiting for.
 This week I have a two-fer (not really sure if that is a word?)  I have been reading Heir by Grace Burrowes and really enjoying it and she has two more releasing soon.  Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish releases Oct 1st and The Virtuoso (really can't wait for this one!) releases Nov 1st.  Here are the summaries for each:

It's just before Christmas, and Lady Sophie Windham has an abandoned baby on her hands with nobody to help her but a handsome stranger who hates the holidays. Sophie and Lord Vim Charpentier succumb to a vulnerable moment, and he feels he must leave before he compromises her. But they're trapped by a snowstorm in a ducal mansion full of well-placed sprigs of mistletoe...

The highly praised trilogy of Regency romances by award-winning author Grace Burrowes concludes with gifted pianist Valentine Windham, youngest son of the Duke of Moreland. Val retreats to the country after an injury robs him of his musical ability, only to learn from impoverished widow Ellen Markham that he can be loved even when his music falls silent.


I really love all her covers!  So pretty!  But when I went to her website she did have a different cover for The Virtuoso.  Here it is:

Not sure which is the official one and they are both lovely but I think I like the one on Grace Burrowes website a bit more.  Anyways, as I am reading Heir right now I love that this big family is all there for each other, even the illegitimate children and I can't wait for more!  So two back to back releases sounds really good to me :)  What about you?  Which cover do you like?  Do you like large families and interconnected stories?

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Good Girls Don't by Victoria Dahl

As you may have noticed I don't read a lot of contemporary romances lately but one of my few favorite contemporary authors is Victoria Dahl and I was in the mood for a good, funny, sexy contemporary and that is what I got with Good Girls Don't (Hqn).  I'm not going to write up a long full review but here is the summary:

With her long ponytail and sparkling green eyes, Tessa Donovan looks more like the girl next door than a businesswoman—or a heartbreaker. Which may explain why Detective Luke Asher barely notices her when he arrives to investigate a break–in at her family's brewery. He's got his own problems—starting with the fact that his partner, Simone, is pregnant and everyone thinks he's the father.

Tessa has her hands full, too. Her brother's playboy ways may be threatening the business, and the tension could tear her tight–knit family apart. In fact, the only thing that could unite the Donovan boys is seeing a man come after their "baby" sister. Especially a man like Luke Asher. But Tessa sees past the rumors to the man beneath. He's not who people think he is—and neither is she.

I enjoyed watching Tessa and Luke try to figure out how to handle their budding relationship.  Luke is an old college acquaintance of one of Tessas brothers and that naturally leads to a few funny moments!  And phew!  Ms Dahl sure knows how to write some smokin scenes....the couch.....the shower....wowza :)  I liked seeing the close relationship that Tessa has with her two older brothers, even if she did try to save the day without consulting them and keeping it all a big secret.  There is a bit of a mystery as to the who-dun-it with the robbery that moved along well and added to the storyline nicely.  Overall, another good solid winner from Victoria Dahl and just what I needed to cure my need for a sexy contemporary!  4 stars

Donovan Brothers Brewery
The Guy Next Door: Ready, Set, Jett\Gail's Gone Wild\Just One Taste (Hqn)
Short prequel out now
Bad Boys Do (Hqn)
Sept 27th
Real Men Will (Hqn)
Oct 25th