Category: Reviews

Review: The Wingman by Natasha Anders

Posted 22nd February 2017 by Natasha
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Review: The Wingman by Natasha Anders

This book was so much fun to read. The banter, the confusion, the mixed signals. It was all so messy, but so enjoyable. I loved every second of it. The Wingman covers topics like self-worth and bullying in society, topics which are so relevant these days. The Wingman is about Daisy McGregor, a third of the McGregor sister trio.  She is the one no one knows about. She is the one who people forget exists. And she has preferred her life to be that way so long because when she is in the spotlight, she only gets hurt and criticised. She isn’t seen as […]

Review: Riveted Jay Crownover

Review: Riveted Jay Crownover

Riveted is about a woman who waited so long to find the right one and when the right one came along she wasn’t sure if she would ever be the right one for him. Dixie Carmichael has always believed in love, she has this bubbly happy personality and she wants everyone around her to be happy. Dashiel ‘Church’ Churchill is trying to recover himself before heading to his hometown, he is the silent brooding type. Church and Dixie work together at the bar owned by Asa and Rome, in the months that Church has been there, Dixie has really taken with him. When Church has […]

Release Day and Review: A Thousand Letters by Staci Hart

Release Day and Review: A Thousand Letters by Staci Hart

4.5 Love lost and loved again stars!! Wow. That was an utterly beautiful end to a heart breaking story. A Thousand Letters begins with a lot of sadness. There has been a loss of love for both Elliot and Wade who were once together through their last two years of high school. Wade decided he wants to enrol into the Army because of what happened to his mother. ( I’m not saying what 😛 ) He asks Elliot to marry him and go with him but, she is extremely young. Being only seventeen she doesn’t have much hope of creating a comfortable lifestyle for […]

Review and Giveaway: Breathless by Beverly Jenkins + a special note from Beverly Jenkins

Review and Giveaway: Breathless by Beverly Jenkins + a special note from Beverly Jenkins

Such a great read! Portia ‘Duchess’ Carmichael is the manger of the Fontaine Hotel. Portia had a very difficult childhood which was further made difficult when her mother decides to abandon her sister and her to their aunt. It took a long time for Portia to pare her deep distrust of men that her mother was responsible for. Portia now has a lovely family, she loves her aunt and uncle like her parent and her sister. What she doesn’t want to be married or be in love. She is truly adamant that it she doesn’t need love that is before one cowboy comes back into […]

Review: Lucca by Sarah Brianne

Posted 5th February 2017 by Natasha
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Review: Lucca by Sarah Brianne

5 Blooming Love Stars!! Have you ever read a book which you have anticipated for months? I can’t even give a specific amount of months, all I know is there was a long waiting period. For 31 days there were teasers. So many freaking teasers I was about to burst. Then the release day for Lucca arrive and it was a no brainer to purchase the book. Not one second after I pushed the “Buy Now with 1-Click” button have I regretted my decision. Lucca Caruso is the be-all and end-all of underbosses. He is 2017’s Mafia hottie. There is no doubt you will fall […]

Review and Giveaway: How to Date a Douchebag: The Failing Hours by Sara Ney

Review and Giveaway: How to Date a Douchebag: The Failing Hours by Sara Ney

Rating~4.5- 4.75 stars One of my newer favourite type of heroes are douchebags not just that but the very self aware ones and Zeke definitely falls into that category. I really enjoyed the first book in the series so it was no brainer that I wanted to try this since Zeke promised to be ever more douche-y than Oz. I’m going to try and keep this short not give away stuff because I could talk for hours about this book. “I’m a beautiful mess….you’re just beautiful” ~Zeke. Meet Ezekiel ‘Zeke’ Daniels resident asshole, rich kid with abandonment issues and no interest in relationships. Zeke […]

Review: Playing the Player by Amy Andrews

Review: Playing the Player by Amy Andrews

Em Newman is taking a break from men after her last relationship ended up pretty badly and Lincoln Quinn has been one night only kinda guy. Lincoln and Quinn are both extremely attracted to each other from the first time they met but all Linc’s flirtaions get him a glare and a shot down which gets repeated everytime they meet now. Betting is one of Linc’s favourite things so when his friends and fellow team members make bets on whether or not he can break Em’s fast, Linc is more than up to the challenge. What he didn’t count on was his changing feelings […]

Review: Accidentally on Purpose by Jill Shalvis

Posted 1st February 2017 by Izy
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Review: Accidentally on Purpose by Jill Shalvis

Rating~ 4-4.5 stars This might be my favourite of the series, it has a bit different style to the rest of the books in the series. Maybe it was because of who Archer Hunt was a person; he was different that other heroes I’ve read from Jill Shalvis more rough and alpha or the suspense/side plot but either way it made me enjoy the book a lot more. We met Elle Wheaten and Archer Hunt in Sweet white lies. Elle is the new addition to the group but not to Archer. Elle and Archer have a past and a connection that goes past years. […]

Review and Giveaway: At Close Range by Laura Griffin

Review and Giveaway: At Close Range by Laura Griffin

Rating~ 3.75- 4 stars​ Daniele Harper is detective and gets her first case as the lead detective on a double homicide of two researchers from the university. Scott Black is a former SEAL and currently one of the tracers, a firearm specialist for the Delphi crime centre. Tracers help the police with their investigations. Scott has previously helped with a quite a few cases in the years since he joined the tracers. Daniele and Scott have known each other for years. She is the younger sister of Scotts best friend. Daniele has always had a thing for Scott since she was a teenager but […]

Review: Egomaniac by Vi Keeland

Review: Egomaniac by Vi Keeland

HOLY HOTNESS!! Word after word in this book is full of sass. Super, saucy, sass… Seriously, this book will make you smile. Egomaniac is both sweet and so addictive, there was no way I could stop reading this without finishing it. The beginning of this book is very different. I mean Vi Keeland is a genius writing about unintentional squatting in New York. Her books bring twists after twist, always keeping her faithful readers interested. In the book we meet Drew Jagger, just coming back from vacation in Hawaii only to find Emerie Rose working in his office. Did he allow this? No. Did […]