Review – For Real by R.A. Frick

Billed as an MM/Mx BDSM romance, this was a fun read, with great characters and a plot which veered from tender to amusing to WTF? Genderqueer Ash’s character was terrific (pronouns they/them.) They were a striking balance to cis het Jeff “Flowers” who was newly out of the military and adjusting to civilian life. “Flowers”Continue reading “Review – For Real by R.A. Frick”

Review – Muscles & Monsters (#1 Leviathan Fitness series) by Ashley Bennett

Okay, bear with me on this. I’ll read anything as long as it’s fun, not too heavy and romance orientated (so please don’t bombard me with high concept science fiction and non-fiction, okay?) If it’s steamy, so much the better. And this is a VERY steamy, yet sweet-natured monster fic, with curvy girl Tegan (gottaContinue reading “Review – Muscles & Monsters (#1 Leviathan Fitness series) by Ashley Bennett”

Review – Gideon’s Wish by Bryan T. Clark

What an absolutely delightful story this was. Gideon and Isaiah are an engaging, likeable couple taking the first tenuous steps towards love after they discover a mutual attraction. Isaiah’s meddling yet endearing mother is the instigator, and after that it’s a slow burn story which explodes into a sexy romance. There are some heavy hittingContinue reading “Review – Gideon’s Wish by Bryan T. Clark”

Review – Rosie Loves Jack by Mel Darbon

You would need a hard heart not to love this book, or to empathise with Rosie, the determined young woman who just wants to see the boy her parents want to protect her from. It’s a familiar story, but what makes it different is that Rosie has Downs Syndrome, and Jack has a brain injuryContinue reading “Review – Rosie Loves Jack by Mel Darbon”

Review – Enter The Black Oak by Monique Edenwood

Anyone who groans at the erotic romance tropes of secret society/irresistible heroine/dominating men who are actually just abusive/cheating, look away now. This book ain’t for you. The blurb warns you as well, so don’t read the book then bitch about the men being too dominating, the heroine being too beautiful, yada, yada. You were warned.Continue reading “Review – Enter The Black Oak by Monique Edenwood”

Review – Cursed by J.P. Jackson

I’ve been looking forward to this, I loved Summoned (see my review here) and this is the next instalment. To be fair, it can be read as a standalone, as the author does a stellar job of explaining what happened in the first book, without info-dumping or forced insertions of prose. So if you haven’tContinue reading “Review – Cursed by J.P. Jackson”

Review – Echoes of Silence by Indie Black

Aaargh, a cliffhanger! This one is on me though, as I didn’t read the recommendation I saw on Instagram properly. Just be aware there is one, and you can pre-order Part 2 of the two book series (Echoes of Vengeance, publication June 2022.) Okay, now THAT’s all out the way, the book. Wow. A veryContinue reading “Review – Echoes of Silence by Indie Black”

Review – Ditching The Dream by Isabelle Peterson

Ditching the Dream is the first book in the steamy Dream Series of romantic page-turners (all out and available.) If you like sizzling chemistry, complex heroes, and endings that leave you craving more, then you’ll love this passionate page-turner. Okay, so you need to leave a bit of reality at the door. I mean, ifContinue reading “Review – Ditching The Dream by Isabelle Peterson”

Review – Her Badass Bikers by Tirza Schaefer

I’ve read Tirza Schaefer’s books before, and one thing is always certain. You never know what you’re going to get. Actually, that isn’t quite true. What you ALWAYS get is a sexy mature woman, smoking hot men, and unexpected twists and turns. Ava is a woman I can identify with. She is older, she hasContinue reading “Review – Her Badass Bikers by Tirza Schaefer”

Review – The Forest (A tale of old magic) by Julia Blake

A romance to get lost in, as this magical, lusty story weaves from century to century, due to the curse of a spurned and vengeful lover. Wykenwode is village out of time, where through the centuries, generations of friends have had their destinies forced upon them by an ancient curse. The story is told viaContinue reading “Review – The Forest (A tale of old magic) by Julia Blake”