On Point by Annabeth Albert
Published by: Carina Press
Genre: Contemporary romance, military romance
Order at: Amazon
Reviewed by: Anya
What to Expect: Adorable low-angst friends-to-lovers Read More
I’ll be straight with you, fellow readers: If I were going to honestly represent what I’ve been reading this week, it would consist of all seven of Ruby Dixon’s Ice Planet Barbarians books, plus the two “slice of life” short stories. These short stories include the accurately named Ice Ice Babies, about life after giving birth to alien baby twins named Anna and Elsa. I fucking love these books. I’ve been stressed, and this level of silly fun was exactly what I needed right now.
So just in case blue aliens aren’t your bag, here are three books I’ve read and enjoyed in the past few weeks!
What Erin is Reading
Published by: Self Published
Format: Kindle ebook
Genre: Fairytale Retelling Novella
Reviewed by: Judith
What’s in store for you: Cinderella retold as you’d never expect it – there are courtesans and chilling dark magic, gifts of fire and curses couched as lucky charms, hexes and voodoo dolls and a tale so artfully weaved you’ll be left saying, WAIT! It’s only a novella?! I need more. So much MOOOOORE.
It’s no secret that I adore J.R. Gray, as an author and a person. He’s an enigmatic character and comes up with some of the HOTTEST books on the scene. His newest is out on March 23rd and, well, you’ve seen that cover, right? …RIGHT?! No? Well, even if you have I’m posting it again ’cause I just cannot get enough!
If you’re like me, I’m absolutely certain you want more of this book (and that cover! And most of all, Gray!)….and I have got what you need. In anticipation of Clouded Hell’s release, Gray recently asked his Facebook group, The Gray Pack, to throw out any questions they may have for him. What they asked was an awesome mix of personal, craft, and Clouded Hell exclusives and Gray answers…even the dirty ones.
If you follow me or this site pretty regularly, there are two things you will know with a great deal of certainty:
1. I adore author Roan Parrish. Why? Girlfriend can write. Whether it’s sexy, nuanced romance, an essay about gender, identity, and pandering, or a paranormal Halloween short, one thing’s for sure: it is all gorgeous and lush and poetic in a way that will just sort of…linger, burrowing inside you and letting you think of nothing else.
2. I’ve been dying to get my hands on some information – any information – about the sequel to In the Middle of Somewhere. Who would the book be about? What would the title be? WOULD WE SEE MORE REX OR DANIEL?!
Well, finally, the loooooong wait is now over and I can tell you all about that next book. So now the BIG reveal! Read More
Hello, all! Guess what today is? Can you? I mean, can you?!
It’s release day for a book that is near and dear to my heart: Kris Ripper’s Catalysts! What’s Catalysts, you ask? Well, it’s a brand new, updated version of two old favorites. Here’s the blurb:
Sometimes all it takes is meeting one person to turn your world upside down. Will Derrie likes girls but he isn’t honest with them; he wants kinky sex and lots of it. When Hugh offers to dominate him, no sex required, Will realizes it might not be so easy to separate the two.
Sometimes all it takes is a new angle on an old idea to change everything you thought you wanted. Hugh Reynolds holds the world at arm’s length. He lives alone, works alone, and he thinks he’s as happy as he’ll ever be. But Will gets under his skin and once he’s gone, Hugh realizes he doesn’t want to go it alone forever.
Sometimes all it takes is a random encounter to open your mind (and your heart). Truman Jennings hits on a cute guy at a conference and he’s smitten by the end of their first date. Hugh’s not the kindest or the easiest boyfriend Truman’s ever had, but he brings one thing to their relationship that no one else could: kinky, adventurous, sweetly submissive Will.
Sometimes you can’t find the right man till you find the wrong one. Three men. Three sides to love, and intimacy, and laughter. Three people who didn’t know what they were looking for…until they found it in each other.
Sounds so good, right? Well, it is! As part of Ripper’s blog tour, I have some lovely things for you today: an exclusive deleted scene (and it’s hot. Oh is it HOT), a podcast Ripper and I did about a month ago to discuss Catalysts, and a giveaway! So without any further lollygagging, let’s get to it!
(and please please please, realize this is so hot and NSFW that you need to use your discretion before going on)
Tomorrow is the release day of a truly nostalgia-inducing new book, the ’90s Playlist: A Romance Rewind Anthology! This ’90s Playlist features stories from: Brighton Walsh, Lorelie Brown, Amy Jo Cousins, Audra North, Rebecca Grace Allen, and Jennifer Blackwood and with so many amazing contributors? It is sure to wow you from page one. To celebrate the release, we’ve got a review, a cool Q&A with Erin and ALL of the contributors as well as a 90s playlist featuring songs picked by the authors themselves. So sit back, relax, and get ready to head back…to the 90s!
Published by: Widdershins Press LLC
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Reviewed by: Erin
Rating: An exciting continuation of the Spirits series, featuring an impulsive inventor, a conflicted medium, a very angry ghost, and the most exciting climax on a clocktower since Back to the Future! Read More