Damaged Like Us by Krista and Becca Ritchie is the first in their new series all about billionaires, bodyguards, family issues and fanatic paparazzi and fans. This book was so much fun! It tells the story of Maximoff Hale, son of the very famous Lily and Loren Hale. Maximoff Hale was immortalised by the world […]
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A raw story about grief, loss and addiction. The Fifteenth of June is a realistic depiction of what a single act of violence can do to a family. And it’s not pretty. The Fifteenth of June by Brent Jones, is evocative and very real. It’s not for everyone, but if you can handle it, you’ll […]
Here we go…the third book in the AMAZING Sarah J. Maas trilogy, A Court of Thorns and Roses. Wow. Just wow. I do love Sarah J. Maas. I’ll inhale any book she writes. I was DYING for this book. DYING after I finished the last one. It. Did. Not. Disappoint. Feyre puts on a good […]
Hard Line tells the story of Tobias Benton and Sullivan Tate. After reading Loose Cannon, the first in The Woodbury Boys series, Sidney Bell’s writing is one of my favourite kind. An instant-read. Her writing flows so well. Her characters and stories are unprecedented. Tobias and Sullivan are no exception. Sometimes when you read same-sex […]
The Cyberlove series is one of my favourite series. Each book is better than the last. Mature Content features Beau Starr and TrashyZane, two different kinds of gay icons in their online universe. Beau is the good guy, very positive vibes and produces very clean content. Zane is much more open with his life, especially […]
Kate Brenner is in her last semester of graduate school before getting her Master’s in Conducting. She is content to go on without any friends or family on her side. She just wants to graduate and move on. But then this jerk of a professor threatens to fail her. In Solo, Kate is a stand-out […]