Damaged Like Us by Krista and Becca Ritchie

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 … Read more…

Hearts of Fire by L. H. Cosway

Hearts of Fire

Hearts of Fire is a colorful, magical, steamy romance that will take your breath away. Ever since I read Six of Hearts I fell in love with the author L.H. Cosway and binged on her books over one weekend. When I heard that she was releasing a sequel to Six of Hearts, Called Hearts of … Read more…

Hothouse Flower by Krista and Becca Ritchie

Hothouse Flower

If you’ve been waiting patiently to finally get to Hothouse Flower since Ricochet (book #1.5) like I did, you know just how much it was worth the wait. As soon as I got Hothouse Flower I devoured it. I kept going too fast but I couldn’t stop myself! It was so good! I wanted more! The … Read more…

Infini by Krista and Becca Ritchie

With Infini, they’ve done it again! Another amazing, whirlwind, romantic, surprisingly angst-filled book from Krista and Becca Ritchie. After two long years, they have once again taken us into the adventure that is the magic of the circus. Infini deals with heavier topics, such as abuse, bulimia, and depression – none of which are ever … Read more…

A Perfect Ten by Linda Kage

A Perfect Ten by Linda Kage

New to the Booknista team- meet Jai.  It’s her first post and we’re sooo happy to have her! She’s fabulous. Now onto Jai’s review of this fun sexy read, A Perfect Ten by Linda Kage. My experience while reading this book was a mix of being anxious, turned the hell on and filled with gooey happiness. … Read more…

Fun Urban Fantasy – Last Call at the Nightshade Lounge by Paul Krueger

last call at the nightshade lounge paul krueger

I wanted something a little light and fun after finishing up a very heavy book, so I tucked this little paperback into my purse one weekend.  By the end of the weekend, I had finished this book, so… it’s GOOD. Bailey Chen needs a job.  She’s lucky that she was able to get a part-time … Read more…