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She’s the wind. He’s the fire. Both are independent, hot headed, and strong. Neither want a relationship or to be tied down in any way. But outside forces have other ideas.

When Beth is confronted by an old demon, she can’t imagine the danger she’s in. She’s too stubborn to ask for help, but will she have a choice? How do they fight an evil that can’t be seen or understood?

Don’t miss the first book in the Stoking the Embers steamy spin-off series, Ashes. If you loved Beth and Gage in Stoking the Embers, see what happens next in Ashes, a five book romantic suspense series.

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Leslie is a California native but recently moved to Arizona after a stint in Arkansas. She enjoys travel and being with friends.

She is an avid reader of many genres, but prefers romances with travel or thriller themes. She loves writing about strong women and strong men because the world needs both!

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Claiming Chase by Charlotte Eve Review.


I received this book for free in exchange for my honest opinion and review:

I gave ‘Claiming Chase’ 5 stars and here is why;
Can you imagine if your teenage crush happened to be your step brother? Can you Imagine spending the whole summer with him? and now can you imagine him disappearing for 11 years after you have your first sexual encounter?
Charity has been heart broken since the day that Chase walked out of her life for good, she coasts through with her nose stuck in a book and ignoring all possibilities of dating.
Chase has done his best to forget all about the sweet little Charity that he left behind and instead he invests himself into his work and has one night stand after another.

That is until they meet again...

Suddenly they are both thrown into a turbulent romance filled with drama and emotion, Can Chase ever let himself open up to his one true love? and can Charity ever forgive him for walking away without even a goodbye?

Charlotte Eve did a brilliant job of creating this book. It has everything you need to make your mouth drool and your eyes water. I will most definitely be reading the rest of Charlotte’s work and if you were to read this story you will want to do the same.

Pete Sebastian, coach by Jean Joachim


I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review:

I gave Pete Sebastian, Coach 5 stars and here is why:

Have you ever read a book that just makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside? Well that’s exactly how this one made me feel. It was an heart-hooking storyline that had me gripped from the very start.
It rubbishes the ideal that relationships are easy, as you follow the tale of Jo’s and Pete’s turbulent romance but your not left with a bitter taste in your mouth, quite the opposite in fact.
I don’t want to leak any spoilers or give away to much but for your own sake, buy this book and read it and I promise you will not be dissatisfied.

*Release Blitz* Check out the mouth watering Under his Restraint by Alexa Davis.


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The sexy new series that will test your boundaries…

Natalie Jacobs is a reporter trying to do a story on the panty dropping Dante Devereaux, a billionaire computer hacker who sells foreign government secrets to the CIA. This story could make her career and she’s willing to do anything to get it, even if it means sleeping with the enemy. The only problem is men aren’t ever into her so getting the story could be difficult.

Dante Devereaux is cocky and isn’t scared of anything, even the FBI investigating him for selling the United States government’s secrets to foreign governments. He knows he can do whatever he wants since he has the power to hack anyone or anything and benefit from the information and that includes Natalie Jacobs who he will do everything possible to take control of.

Little do they know that they are both completely different people than they thought.

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Play with me in Public by Stacey Fox



I gave this ‘Play with me in public’ two stars and here is why:

‘Play with me in public’ is everything I dislike about short stories, it is crammed and uneventful because of how fast the writer wants to finish the book and because of this the story doesn’t make sense half of the time.
I gave it two stars rather than one because I did actually enjoy the concept of the story and if it were better written I would probably really like to read it.

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I’m Felicity Stone, a twenty-five-year-old with my whole life ahead of me. Well, until recently.

I didn’t do it. Why would they think I did? Why would I want my twin brother dead? Why is everyone looking at me like I’m a criminal?
Well, everyone except him… Hayes Peyton, the charmingly beautiful stranger I met in the park at midnight—a totally legitimate place to meet the man of my dreams. Plus, he knows I’m innocent.
Believing him is easy. So very easy. Maybe too easy?
But when you hear things like: ‘All good is laced with some bad, and everything you think is the truth—is nothing more than a blatant lie,’ it makes you question reality.

In Shari J. Ryan’s latest Romantic Suspense, Red Nights, you wonder how dark your world can get before all you see is red.


“Great night for a walk.” I can hardly hear him over the rain, but his words don’t quite matter. I’ve been waiting to kiss him since the moment I saw him sitting in a booth at the restaurant tonight. 
First kisses are always nerve-wracking and full of surprise, but second kisses are full of anticipation thanks to what I already know, what I’ve already had a taste of. “I really like you,” he says, loud enough to drown out the heavy rainfall. 
I can’t invite him in…is that why he’s stalling? I point upstairs. “Aspen, my friend I’m crashing with, would ask you a million questions if you came up. I—”
“Oh, no. No. I wasn’t waiting for an invitation. I have a ‘seven date’ rule anyway.” I can see him fighting the urge to smile, but he’s losing that battle.
“’Seven date’ rule?” I laugh. 
“Yeah, it’s dumb.” He runs a palm down the side of his face. “Because I’m trying to figure out how I’m going to make it that long.” He leans in, stealing a quick kiss. But I feel cheated. I want more. 
“How do you know we’ll last seven dates?” I ask.
“Good point. I probably won’t be able to put up with you for that long.” I know he’s teasing. But ugh. Damn him and that smile. 
I throw my arms around his neck and crash my lips into his. His body tightens, maybe from surprise, but it takes less than a second for him to relax. He strips me of my control, pushing me up against the brick wall, his body heavy against mine. Even with the rain sloshing between us, his hands find my cheeks. His tongue sweeps across my lips. 
I’ve changed my mind. 
I’ll bring him upstairs. 
I don’t give a shit what Aspen does. I want him. I need him to keep making me forget. 
“Come up,” I say in almost nothing but a breathless whisper. 
He bites down on his bottom lip, appears to think about my offer, then shakes his head in this seductive slow motion, making this moment painfully enjoyable. “Not tonight,” he says, placing a small kiss on the tip of my nose. His hand is clutched around my waist and everything within me hurts and aches for him. “Good-night, Blondie-locks.” He turns and leaves in the rain, and I watch him go.
It has been a good night. A very good night, actually. 
And it all ends when I get upstairs…

Shari J. Ryan is an Amazon Top 100 Bestselling author, a Barnes & Noble Top 10 Bestselling author, and an iBookstore #1 Bestselling author. She hails from Central Massachusetts where she lives with her husband and two lively little boys. Shari has always had an active imagination and enjoys losing herself in the fictional worlds she creates. When Shari isn’t writing, she can usually be found cleaning toys up off the floor.

To learn more, visit her at, www.sharijryan.com.

Taming the Spitfire by Temple Madison


I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.

I gave ‘Taming the Spitfire’ 4 stars and here is why:

I’m not usually one for reading about the wild west but Temple Madison really managed to bring it into the 21st century. It had everything a romance could need with a strong female protagonist and a touch of erotica to top it all off.

I have to say the male roles were definitely not my type but it worked well for the story and because of this it was extremely intriguing to read.

I have one short criticism, sometimes the writing didn’t flow as much as I’d have liked it too. Towards the end of the book it seemed a little bit rushed and everything just seemed to cram together but the actual storyline was brilliant and there’s a little twist at the end for additional satisfaction.