Ice by Stephanie Rowe

Every once in a while, I’ll encounter a book that has elements I normally avoid but, for one reason or another, it’s one I can’t put down. This is exactly how I felt about Ice. If you allow yourself to actually think in depth about what’s going on, it’s gruesome and traumatic. However, if you…

Everywhere She Turns

Everywhere She Turns is a complex mystery featuring a young woman who goes back to her hometown to investigate her sister’s death. However, this book was muddled and the hero and heroine never, not once, came alive for me. CJ Patterson and her sister Shelley grew up in Huntsville, Alabama in a bad neighborhood. Their…

Black Hills by Nora Roberts

Black Hills by Nora Roberts

If Nora Roberts were beginning her career today, a book like Black Hills wouldn’t be anywhere near enough to move her out of the pack. Still, for fans and those looking for a reliable read, there are pleasures to be found here. The book begins with 11 year-old Cooper Sullivan’s “sentence” to spend the summer…

Wild Heat by Bella Andre

You don’t have to look much farther than a calendar shop to realize that women think firefighters are sexy. Bella Andre fully understands the attraction to firefighters in Wild Heat and creates a truly delicious hero, but missteps in a few other areas. Arson investigator Maya Jackson has been surrounded by firefighters her whole life…

Kept

Kept is part of The Gemini Men series which is about brothers who run a security/bodyguard firm. While this is a story I usually love, I can’t say I liked this book much. I found the characters unpleasant and the plot kicked in too late to engage me. Derek Taggert and his brothers own Gemini,…

Take Me Two Times

Take Me Two Times is the second installment in Karen Kendall’s ARTemis series, about a group of art repossession agents. It was enjoyable enough to make me want to read the first book, but the problems I encountered left me unable to heartily recommend it. Gwen Davies is a former interior designer who’s just starting…

Silver Falls

When I think dark, angsty heroes, Anne Stuart’s name comes to mind first. She’s created some of the darkest alpha heroes I’ve ever come across and, while I probably wouldn’t like some of them in real life, I lap them up in fiction. In Silver Falls, she tells a very eerie tale about a serial…

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