Sin Shot by Raine Miller

Confession: I started watching hockey because I read a few hockey romances that hooked me. Something about this sport. The possibilities! Needless to say, I had to check out Sin Shot. And what a sweet read it was. Georg is a Russian hockey player with a tough guy reputation that he wants to shake. And…

Devil’s Bargain – An Epic Dark Romance

I’ve read everything Natasha Knight has written, so I’ve been looking forward to this one. And I’ll tell you what, Devil’s Bargain is phenomenal. I was up until 4 AM. I could not put it down until I finished the entire thing. I loved that this story opened in Vegas with casino owner, Hawk, as…

A Review of TWISTED by Natasha Knight: The Best of Dark Romance

My brother was right. I always wanted my own Willow Girl. What happened on that island didn’t break me. It twisted me. Corrupted me. Made me into a monster. Although, I guess it’s true what she says. You can’t become something that wasn’t inside you all along. This was always going to happen. I was always going…

The Delicious Viciousness of Jessica Knoll

“The thinking that women of all shapes and sizes can be beautiful is still hugely problematic, because it is predicated on the idea that the most important thing a woman has to offer the world is her appearance. Men are raised to worry about their legacies, not their upper arm and thigh fat, stretch marks,…

INCENTIVE by Pam Godwin

After reading Deliver and Vanquish in one sitting, I became a bonafide Pam Godwin fan. Dark romance is the perfect blend of romance with a shocking, edgy twist. (Deliver, for example, is not for the faint of heart!) Incentive was no different. What a premise and what a page turner! Godwin always pushes the boundaries and gives the…

A Romance Review of Above All by Rebecca Brooks

After reading the synopsis of Above All, I knew I had to check it out. I love the idea of escaping a painful past in dramatic fashion. And Casey does just this. The vast majority of this story takes place at a campground in the Adirondacks. The reason for Casey’s need for solitude is because of…

SUMMER ROMANCE REVIEW: Between the Waves by Ellie Malouff

Since I don’t have a vacation on the horizon, I’d been looking for a summer romance novel to sink my teeth into and escape. If you’re looking for a beachy read like I was, I recommend Between the Waves by Ellie Malouff. This story pulls you in from page one with the introduction of Audrey….

The Marriage Pact: A Review

My two favorite genres are romance and crime. And you wouldn’t believe how often these two intersect. I’ve written about how some of my favorite love stories are buried within crime novels, but this tale takes this concept to a whole new level. The Marriage Pact starts off strong with Jake’s narration. And even though it’s a…

We Could Be Beautiful: A Review

It took me a long time to understand that what I had wanted was not a picture of something perfect. I already had that. What I had wanted was the feeling inside the pictures, the thing I had been trying to buy and drink and eat and not eat and fake my way to all…