Review: Just One Touch by Maya Banks

About the book: Raised in a strict religious cult since she was a young girl, Jenna has no connection to the outside world beyond vague flashes of memory that seem to be from another life. Memories she clings to when the cult leaders discover her extraordinary ability to heal—and punish her. Years held captive and […]

Review: The Irish Prince by Virginia Nelson

About the book: CEO Aiden Kelley’s life of billionaire extravagance is flipped upside down when his ex shows up with a ten-year-old she claims is his. Totally out of his element and losing the control so integral to his success, he needs help. To top it all off, the only constant woman in his life, […]

Whatcha Reading Wednesday

It’s finals week and my brain is mush. I haven’t read anything for fun in over a week and if I have to look at any more international economics reviews I might lose it. I’m very much looking forward to the summer when I can read what I want for at least three months! I […]

It’s my birthday!

Today is my 37th birthday. I had a final this morning in my human sexuality class and an eye doctor appointment – this is what happens on birthdays when you get older. My youngest has a performance at school tonight and then the family is taking me to dinner.  I also have to study for […]

Review: Going Nowhere Fast by Kati Wilde

About the book: One promise. Two hearts. Three rules. Four weeks to break them all.   When Aspen Phillips’ best friend invites her on a month-long road trip, she has serious mixed feelings. Sharing their tight quarters will be Bramwell Gage, overprotective brother and all-around jerk. Bram may be ridiculously sexy, but he’s made no […]

Review: The House Mate by Kendall Ryan

About the book: What’s sexier than a bad boy? A bad ass man who’s got his shit together. Max Alexander is nearing thirty-five. He’s built a successful company, and he’s conquered the professional world, but he’s never been lucky in love. Focusing so much time on his business and raising his daughter, adulting has come […]

Review: The Negotiator by Avery Flynn

About the book: Wanted: Personal Buffer Often snarly, workaholic executive seeks “buffer” from annoying outside distractions AKA people. Free spirits with personal boundary issues, excessive quirks, or general squeamishness need not apply. Salary negotiable. Confidentiality required. Workaholic billionaire Sawyer Carlyle may have joked he needed a buffer from their marriage-obsessed mom, but he didn’t need […]