This Week in Review......


From New York Times bestselling author Meghan March comes a brand new saga of forbidden love and second chances.

A Riscoff and a Gable can never live happily ever after. Our family feud is the stuff of legends.

Ten years ago, Whitney Gable caught me off guard with her long legs and grab-you-by-the-balls blue eyes.

I didn’t know or care what her name was.

Like any Riscoff worth the family name, I went after what I wanted. We burned like a flash fire until she married another man.

She hates me, and she should.

I objected on her wedding day.

Now she’s home, with those same long legs and man-eater stare, but there’s no ring on her finger.

They say a Riscoff and a Gable can never live happily ever after . . . but I’m not done with Whitney Gable.

I’ll never be done with her.

I waited to start this series because I didn't want to get hooked and have wait for the rest of the series. Since I was having a hard time choosing books that kept my interest I decided to go ahead and start the trilogy.

Surprisingly, I was very disappointed with the book. The name-calling, whining, and the stupid feud as the reason Lincoln and Whitney couldn't be together was just not enough for me. I really should give it a 2 but I don't want to be that harsh.

Stumbling across a girl bleeding to death in the snow isn’t my idea of a good time. Neither is risking this life I’ve so carefully built that’s based on never being found.

If I leave her, she dies.

If I help her, my whole life goes to hell.

Well, fuck.

After my ex did me dirty and left me to bleed to death in the show, I should have died.

But I didn’t.

The guy who saved me? He’s got a secret as vast as the white wilderness around us.

If I leave, I die.

If I help him, my whole life changes.

What now?

Hot, broody, recluse guy saves and falls for abused girl. Kind of typical story, so it was an okay read. This was a new author for me but I feel I would give her other books a try.

Collared and caged, his human slave awaits her training.

Zander, the alien warrior prince intent on recovering his planet, needs a mate. While he would never choose a human of his own accord, his physician's gene-matching program selected Lamira's DNA as the best possible match with his own. Now he must teach the beautiful slave to yield to his will, accept his discipline and learn to serve him as her one true master.

Lamira has hidden her claircognizance from the Ocretions, as aberrant traits in human slaves are punished by death. When she's bought by a Zandian prince for breeding and kept by his side at all times, she finds it increasingly harder to hide. His humiliating punishments and dominance awake a powerful lust in her, which he tracks with a monitoring device on her arousal rate. But when she begins to care for the huge, demanding alien, she must choose between preserving her own life and revealing her secret to save his.

Devour the first steamy stand-alone romance in USA Today Bestselling Author Renee Rose's Alien Warrior series.
**This book was originally included in the box set Human Surrender.


Okay, yeah I went there. I was and still am in a TOTAL reading spiral going down FAST.
So, I decided to mix it up a little. 

In the book's defense, maybe I should have read it instead of listening to it because the narrator did NOTHING for this book. He was downright comical.  Even ALL the sex didn't help. Now, what is that saying?

I'm naturally gifted on the field and between the sheets. With flashy cars and enough media attention to put the Royal Family to shame, I’m the definition of Most Eligible Bachelor.

I've never met a man who doesn't want to be me or a woman who doesn't want to tame me. Until I meet Camila.

From the moment I lay eyes on her, I know I have to have her.

She wants to keep me at arm's length.
I want her naked in my bed.

She thinks our worlds are too different.
All I want her to think about is screaming my name.

She says I’m bad news.

I have three weeks to prove her wrong.

HOT as HELL Cover......Medicore Story.

It started out good but somewhere after Warren and Camilla got together, it started going downhill. I couldn't even get excited about the "steamy" (sooo not) sex scenes.

I wanted out once Camilla found out Warren's SECRET. This story was missing something, maybe a connection. I felt like I was reading several small stories and the author just decided to make them one. Anyway, I really wanted to love this book, I kept looking at the cover and it willed me on.