Review of Bonds of Trust by Lynda Aicher

After finally freeing herself from a sexless marriage, divorcee Cali Reynolds is ready to explore her kinky needs in Bonds of Trust.She goes to an exclusive club called The Den, where one of the owners, Jake McAllister, has been assigned to evaluate Cali for placement with a Dom. When Jake realizes Cali’s sexual inexperience, he decides […]

Review of The Dom with a Safeword by Cari Silverwood, Leia Shaw and Sorcha Black

What do you get when you cross a hunky Dom with two bratty girls he catches trespassing on his property? You get The Dom with a Safeword.Jude is spending the summer fixing up an old house for a friend when he finds Sabrina and Q looking for ghosts in the middle of the night. The […]

Review of My Bluegrass Baby by Molly Harper

Sadie Hutchins is about to get the promotion she’s been working years for as the marketing director for the Kentucky Tourism Commission when hunky newcomer Josh Vaughn is suddenly hired for the job instead in My Bluegrass Baby.In an effort to give her a fair shot, her current boss makes them both assistant directors and […]

Review of Gone Country by Lorelei James

Long-lost McKay love child Gavin Daniels has decides to move himself and his troubled teenage daughter Sierra to Wyoming to be closer to his family and start fresh in the newest Rough Riders novel, Gone Country.He immediately finds himself attracted to Rielle Wetzler, the woman who he bought his house from two years ago. Rielle’s been looking […]

Review of Two Graves by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

In a continuation of last year’s Cold Vengeance,Special Agent Pendergast returns in Two Graves.After finding out his wife Helen didn’t die fifteen years ago, Pendergast’s reunion with her is cut brutally short. For the first time, Pendergast finds himself adrift, unwilling and unable to pull himself out of the abyss he finds himself in. Until […]