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January 16, 2023

Games with the Orc is such a wholesome, sweet, and hot story! Khell’ar and Sunny are well rounded characters that are perfect for each other, and the tension growing between them from the start is so well done. Kathryn Moon is so good at writing emotional pining. Once Khell and Sunny start falling for each other and all the hard to ignore feelings come out to play, the tension is just delicious. You can see how they’re perfect for each other, how their kinks match up (holy hotness! They’re on fire!), and it’s so sweet how Khell cares for Sunny,…

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October 29, 2021

It’s almost Halloween, and the season of spooky comes to an end. I’m going to miss it, but thankfully, there are sexy books to indulge in the shivery feeling of fear all year round. Fear can be a great aphrodisiac, as long as you feel actually safe while experiencing the kick of adrenaline. Playing with…

October 29, 2021

A Masters of The Manor Novella When Thea Miller sells 34 plastic skulls to the gorgeous stranger at a garage sale, she doesn’t know he takes her mother’s life savings with him. As the town’s new resident psychiatrist, Charles Montgomery has a reputation to uphold; giving in to his desire for twisted games isn’t on the agenda. But Thea is hard to resist, and when he catches her breaking into his house to steal the skulls back, he proposes a deal: a chase through the woods. If she wins, the skulls are hers. She wants the money. One game of…

October 6, 2021

At first, the premise made me hesitate, because a fan approaching a writer to get an autograph in her treasured book and then getting accused by said writer of trying to steal his manuscript is a recipe for epic second hand embarrassment. And I don’t deal well with that (which is amazing, considering my thing for erotic humiliation, but that’s my embarrassment and I’m in control of it). However, the realization of that premise is hilarious and sets the tone for the rest of the book: Vandal Stokes is every inch a dick, but Sadie meets his dickishness with acerbic,…

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August 23, 2021

Age-gap romances are a whole category of their own inside the romance genre. I can either eat them up like candy or sneak a peek and run the other way. It depends on the specific constellation in the book in question, but maybe some of it depends on my own biases, too. It’s a complicated…

August 23, 2021

Why I loved this book: From the first page, it put a big, goofy smile on my face. Sonja is 40, and it’s a whole thing for her that Atlas is nine years younger. A Taste of her own Medicine also has what makes a feel-good romance really good: friendships and family.

August 18, 2021

Why I loved this book: The loss of a spouse is written with so much empathy here, and the influence the experience has on Theo’s decision not to start anything with a younger man is poignant and real. I’ve cried a lot during this book, ergo, I love it. Content Warnings: Loss of a spouse, domestic abuse.

August 17, 2021

Why I loved this book: A grumpy Scandinavian hero? YES, please. The kink is rather mild in this one, but the content warnings are heavy: The heroine deals with an eating disorder and self-destructive thoughts.

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December 16, 2020

King Who? Whenever someone asked me what my favorite fairy tale was, I would answer “King Thrushbeard.” It’s a lesser known little tale that has nothing to do with STDs and no, it isn’t another name for Bluebeard either, although there might be similarities in its theme. Today, my answer to the question above would…

Review of A Prince on Paper by Alyssa Cole
May 16, 2019

Alyssa Cole’s A Prince on Paper is the third full length novel in her Reluctant Royals series. I loved A Princess in Theory. I loved, loved, loved A Duke by Default. And I couldn’t wait for A Prince on Paper to come out. I preordered it the minute I finished A Duke by Default.

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