Genre: Contemporary Romance

Average Rating: 4.03


Review: Ryker by Sawyer Bennett

Posted 9 September, 2015 in Reviews / 3 Comments
Review: Ryker by Sawyer Bennett

Review: So, I feel like we knew more about Ryker going into his book than we did for any of the other guys. Alex kind of focused more on Sutton’s friends, than Alex’s, so we didn’t know much about Garrett or Zack from that book. And in those two, you just find out bits and pieces for the most part. But since Zack and Ryker had that pretty deep heart-to-heart in book #3, you know about Ryker before his book. And I think that really helped establish the connection. We were already invested in him from page 1. (And if I […]

Review: Chasing Mr. Wrong by Joya Ryan

Posted 7 September, 2015 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Chasing Mr. Wrong by Joya Ryan

Review: Recommended for: Gilmore Girls fans and anyone else that gets pulled in by small town charm. I know I’ve said this in other reviews, hell – I even said it in Chasing Desire, but Brazen Entangled never disappoints for me. I first discovered them with Wrong Bed, Right Guy in summer 2012 when I first started reading contemporary romance. I have read them very regularly ever since. And I’ve never legit disliked one. The worst it’s ever gotten is straddling the line between ‘yay’ and ‘meh,’ never spending too much time in ‘meh’ territory. I again loved the small town […]

Review: Under My Skin by J. Kenner

Posted 1 September, 2015 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Under My Skin by J. Kenner

Review: So, this series kind of devolved for me. I really liked Say My Name, but then On My Knees kind of felt like “filler.” And in this book, it felt like Nikki and Damien 2.0 – like reusing stories and changing the names and some details. I felt the big twist was so obvious from the start anyway.  For it to be dragged out for so long started to get boring. So I didn’t even get the satisfaction of closure on that topic. This book just really didn’t do much. I’m actually liking Damien more than in his own books. Whenever […]

Review: Find Me by Laurelin Paige

Posted 26 August, 2015 in Reviews / 4 Comments
Review: Find Me by Laurelin Paige

Review: I liked this book a lot. On its own it would have been 4 stars. But I feel like it needs to be part of/related to Free Me – and I just felt so differently about each of them. With Free Me, I was actually nervous to read it and wasn’t sure if I liked it. I loved it. For that reason, I was expecting to love Find Me. But for some reason, I just felt this disconnect between the two books. Here’s where my feelings get confusing, because there was nothing I disliked about it. I still loved the chemistry between J.C. and […]

Review: Sustained by Emma Chase

Posted 25 August, 2015 in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Sustained by Emma Chase

Review: This book is what I would call very okay. Bordering on great. It was hilarious, but I didn’t love the characters. So I guess my “thing” with this series is going to be wanting to slap the guys upside the head, and loving them anyways. You just want to slap the guys in this series on the backs of their heads! @emmachse Click To Tweet In Overruled, Stanton was the definition of wanting to have your cake and eat it, too. I mean, the guys in the Tangled series were pretty stupid, too, as are most guys (and girls) […]

Review: Made for Us by Samantha Chase

Posted 12 August, 2015 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Made for Us by Samantha Chase

Review: This book was cute and fun, but overall very ‘meh.’ So, with Aiden? Talk about a chip on your shoulder. His constant angst was kind of annoying. It’s been established that I’ve over unnecessary angst that seems forced or shallow. While his big ole chip was necessary to the storyline, since it basically drove all the shitty stuff he did, I just had to roll my eyes at it. Mostly because of his “the head of the family needs to be alone” outlook – if he looked up to both his parents so much, how did that even make […]

Review: Playing for Her Heart by Megan Erickson

Posted 11 August, 2015 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Playing for Her Heart by Megan Erickson

Review: Ackgh. Megan Erickson + nerd love = fan girl nerd love. Try saying that five times fast, because I’ve been trying for 10 minutes and haven’t been able to yet. Is it the wine? Well, that is a distinct possibility. Just so much of this book made me go haaaaay. First off, it is genuine nerd love. We’re not talking about a shy girl with glasses. We’re talking about cosplaying coders and writers. If you can get on that level, let’s hang out. I’ll bring my TARDIS onesie, you bring your Dalek (just kidding – don’t you dare bring that […]

Review: Recipe for Temptation by Gina Gordon

Posted 10 August, 2015 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Recipe for Temptation by Gina Gordon

Review: I have some mixed feelings about this book, but I think they all pretty much cancel each other out so I’m settling in the middle. Also, some of it might be due to this being the first Madewood Brothers book I’ve read, since I was understood it could be read as a standalone. First, I looved the way the book started out. Just the opening scene set up Cole and Penn so well (in some ways, but we’ll get to that), and Cole had an awesome entrance. And the chemistry between them continued in my favorite kind of way. […]

Review: Flirting with Fire by Kate Meader

Posted 8 August, 2015 in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Flirting with Fire by Kate Meader

Flirting with Fire Review: Ugh, I hate how long it took to get this read and reviewed, especially when I loved it so much. I started it around release day and loved it from page 1. But then the same week it released, I got a job offer. You know how that ended up. 🙂 Anyway, since it was the book I was reading when I packed up the rest of my books, it got a little lost in the move. It was in the bag of odds and ends I kept out until the very end, thrown together while […]

Review: On My Knees by J. Kenner

Posted 30 July, 2015 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: On My Knees by J. Kenner

On My Knees Review: Honestly, this book felt a little like filler to me. Like how the middle of every single season of Revenge is. Where the writer has something really huge coming up for us, but is saving it for the season finale (or in this case, the final book). To explain it in real terms, instead of my own language of relating things to TV shows, the book was kind of a plateau. It kind of mirrored Say My Name a lot – the same issues, but with different details. And it ends on a cliffhangy high note extremely similar […]