Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Blood & Bone by C.C. Wood


Chloe MacArthur has finally found her mate but he's the one wolf she can't have.

To save her heart from further pain, she leaves the pack that she's come to consider her family. Unfortunately, unfinished business leads her back to her childhood home and straight into a deadly game with shifters that will do anything to prevent her from learning the truth.

Ian Lachlan is in mourning. Nearly two years ago, he lost his mate but, thanks to Chloe, he's finally living again. When he wanted to give up and die, she saved him.

Now, Chloe is the one who needs help and Lachlan plans to return the favor. Intent on protecting her from her enemies, he follows Chloe and soon discovers that he wants far more from her than friendship. He wants everything she has to give.

But can either of them let go of the past long enough to reach for their future?

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Mary Jo☆☆☆☆
The grief of losing a mate is overwhelming and all consuming, not only to the surviving spouse but to their friends and family as well.

For Chloe, watching Lachlan fade away after losing his wife, it was devastating. Lachlan is her mate. A lucky few have two mates during their lifetime, but she knows that Lachlan isn't in the mindset to entertain the idea of loving someone else.

Knowing that leaving is the only way to move on with her life and to find answers regarding her parents’ deaths, she changes packs and goes home. Only to find that the pack she left is entirely different than the one she comes home too.

When Lachlan shows up unannounced, Chloe believes that he's only there because of her grandmother and not because he cares for her.

When the pieces of the puzzle start falling into place, Lachlan has to make a decision: hold on to the past or take a chance on the future.


Rachael☆☆☆☆☆
I have to say that I really enjoyed this book. I liked that things weren't always easy, things didn't just line up perfectly for the couple, but they had to deal with heartache and loss and other emotions before they finally made it into each other's arms in the capacity they were meant to.

Once I got into this story, I couldn't put it down. I read it in one sitting because of all the little twists and turns and trying to figure out where things were going to end up.

I will say that I didn't even know that there was another series that this one spun off from until I sat down to write my review, but you bet I'll be picking it up. I really enjoyed the way there was a great plot along with characters that had depth and grew throughout the story, along with a little bit of sexiness too.






A native Texan, C.C. grew up either reading or playing the piano. Years later, she’s still not grown up and doing the same things. Since the voices in her head never shut up, C.C. decided to share their crazy stories and started writing books.

Now that she has a baby girl at home, C.C.’s non-writing time is usually spent cleaning up poopy diapers or feeding the poop machine. Sometimes she teaches piano, cooks, or spends time bugging her hubby and two beagles.

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Called Out by Jen Doyle


Jen Doyle is back with another hot and heartfelt home run of a contemporary romance. Fans of Jill Shalvis should prepare to swoon over Jack and Lola's HEA.

Jack "Ox" Oxford is used to being alone. Granted, when you screw over your friends, being alone isn't always a choice. Playing for the Chicago Watchmen is a last-ditch effort to save his career… and right some of his past wrongs. He's not expecting a warm reception, but he's also not expecting a flat tire to change everything.

Recovering control freak, single mom and semiprofessional chaos wrangler Lola Deacon McIntire doesn't need an arrogant ballplayer to swoop in and save her from anything, much less her flat tire. And she definitely doesn't need her body to betray her and decide this is the guy to wake up her rusty libido. She isn't about to upset her sons' lives for any man—much less one who so clearly doesn't think he's dad material.

Jack never thought he'd find someone who wanted to build a life with him, but the more time he spends with Lola and her boys, the more it starts to feel permanent. Even tough-as-nails Lola concedes there just might be a future here—the big, beautiful, messy future neither of them was looking for—but only if Jack will accept he deserves it.

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Lee’Anne☆☆☆☆☆
This is a light-hearted romance that I didn’t want to put down – being the lover of baseball that I am, made this story even better!

Jack Oxford is a major league pitcher who made a terrible mistake and slept with his best friend, Nate’s, fiancée. Since this day, Jack’s life has completely changed. He absolutely hates himself for what he’s done and so does the entire town Nate lives in, plus it’s caused Jacks career to go down the toilet. Jack’s only option now is to beg for Nate’s forgiveness enough that he gives the okay for Jack to join his team. On his way to beg his forgiveness, Jack comes across the fierce mama bear, Lola, with a flat tire and four kids in her car. Though the attraction is immediate between them both, Lola knows exactly who Jack is and with her being on Team Nate, there’s no way she can get involved with him… right?

I love that though this is mainly a sweet story, it definitely has a healthy dose of steam as well and it makes for a real page turner! Though Lola is loyal to her friends and family, the girl has a backbone of steel and doesn’t let anyone dictate or influence her decision to be with Jack. I absolutely loved that about her character! I found myself in absolute stitches over the antics of Jack interacting with Lola’s kids… especially the way her refers to her triplets as 1, 2 and 3 – absolutely hilarious. This is a great story with an original plotline, a fast pace, and amazing characters. I loved every page!


Sarah☆☆☆☆☆
This is probably the ultimate fantasy read for every single mum everywhere. I was drooling from the moment the handsome sports star pulled up in his Maserati and offered to change Lola’s flat tire. And the only thing hotter than the laundry room sex was the moment when the handsome sports star cared for four little vomiting boys so their mum could finally sleep.

Of all the women in these books, Lola is probably my favourite. Lola is wickedly funny, frantically busy, and insanely competent. Her parenting is honest and ‘good enough,’ and she survives with a sense of humour and good friends. She is finally a fictional parent that I actually liked.

Ox is a rich kid who became a sports star and then made a few spectacular mistakes in his personal life. His reactions to Lola’s kids are absolutely brilliant and he constantly surprises himself as he gets more involved in Lola’s life. He is a loveable rogue and I enjoyed his personal development as much as the romance. And I loved his Karate Kid references.

Together, Ox and Lola just fit. From frenemies to no-strings hook-ups to the something more that neither of them thought they wanted, these two are both big personalities, but together, they soften each other’s rough edges and make each other better. The sex is hot here, but I also loved the mum of four’s reluctance to get naked with the muscular sportsman and his bewildered response to her Spanx.

Only Jen Doyle could write such a domestic romance without it ever feeling domestic and I am once again surprised by how much I enjoy this series. The blurbs make me want to run – I don’t do charming, sweet, or white picket fences. I usually hate cute kids and their fictional parents. But there is a layer of honest and slightly dark humour in these stories that really strikes a chord with me. I love this series and I can’t wait for the next book.


Ruthie☆☆☆☆☆
This is the third book in the series, and I have to say I think it is the best one yet. I would recommend that you read them in order, as the background to the characters makes this a stronger story.

Jack is a man who did something very wrong, and has paid very heavily for it – but he is going to have make things right for his career to have any chance of being resuscitated. But as we learn, the whole story is far more complex than we might at first be led to believe. If you have read the earlier books, you will know a little more about just what happened and why. Without a doubt, Jack is his harshest critic – something about which his best friend Nate is fully aware.

Lola is the widow of an Army Ranger with four young sons, a job, and not enough hours in the day. She does have some amazingly supportive friends in her hometown, including baseball star, Nate. So it is inevitable that she meets Jack... and all those feelings that had taken flight on her husband's death come back in droves, for the very man she should feel nothing good about at all.

The rest, as they say, is history; but in the most unexpectedly intense, sincere, and super hot ways. These two have the most delicious conversations, passionate encounters, and every day moments. With their friends not really sure how to react, they find their way from their unhappy present to the possibility of a wonderful future. It is not a smooth journey, but one that they both need to take.

I managed to laugh out loud and then within minutes, also shed some tears. Always a sign of a really good book I think. Thank you, Ms. Doyle, and I am looking forward to the next installment.


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A big believer in happily ever afters, Jen Doyle decided it was high time she started creating some. Jen is a member of the Romance Writers of America, as well as a member of the New England, New Jersey Romance Writers and Music City Romance Writer chapters of RWA. She is represented by Sarah E. Younger of the Nancy Yost Literary Agency. She has an M.S. in Library and Information Science and, in addition to her work as a librarian, has worked as a conference and events planner as well as a Communications and Enrollment administrator in both preschool and higher education environments (although some might say that there is very little difference between the two; Jen has no comment regarding whether she is one of the “some”).

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Heels Over Head by Elyse Springer


Jeremy Reeve is one of the best divers in the world, and he’s worked hard to get where he is. He intends to keep pushing himself with one very clear goal in mind: winning gold at the summer Olympics in two years. That medal might be the only way to earn his father’s respect as an athlete.

Brandon Evans is everything Jeremy isn’t: carefree, outgoing, and openly gay. With his bright-blue eyes and dramatic tattoos, he’s a temptation that Jeremy refuses to acknowledge. But Jeremy can’t ignore how talented Brandon is—or that Brandon has no interest in using his diving skills to compete.

They’re opposites who are forced to work together as teammates, but Jeremy’s fear of his own sexuality and Brandon’s disinterest in anything “not fun” may end their partnership before it begins. Until a single moment changes everything, and they help each other discover that “team” can also mean family and love.

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Sarah☆☆☆☆
I really loved the complex characters and the diving in this book. I found the details of Jeremy’s Olympic training regime fascinating and I loved the relationships between the three divers.

Jeremy is a very difficult character to like. His discipline and drive make him a world class athlete, but he comes across as cold and robotic for much of the story. In contrast, Brandon’s friendly and playful personality masks difficult secrets.

The relationship between Jeremy and Brandon builds painfully slowly. It takes Brandon an achingly long time to even build a friendship with Jeremy. This is a low heat romance that focuses more on Brandon, Jeremy, and Valerie’s personal and Olympic journeys than on the relationship that develops between Brandon and Jeremy.

Valerie, the third character in this story, is also wonderful. She has a twisted, complicated relationship with her parents and the sport they want her to excel at. I really enjoyed her journey in this story and I loved the positive portrayal of her as an Ace character.

With so much careful character development in this book, I hated the way Jeremy’s family is reduced to easy stereotypes. I also struggled with the pacing of this book. It covers a very long period of time in the lead up to the Olympics and there a few times that the story really dragged. I wanted more focus on competitions and more romance. The events near the end of the book as the Olympics drew near were exciting, but more of the book was spent detailing increasingly monotonous daily training sessions at the start.

These characters are brilliant and I loved the way the author immersed me in the world of competitive diving. I can’t imagine how much research was done for this story, but I really appreciated the details.



Elyse is an author and world-traveler, whose unique life experiences have helped to shape the stories that she wants to tell. She writes romances with LGBTQ+ characters and relationships, and believes that every person deserves a Happily Ever After. When she’s not staring futilely at her computer screen, El spends her time adding stamps to her passport, catching up on her terrifying TBR list, and learning to be a better adult.

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

When It's Real by Erin Watt


Wealth, fame and a real-life romance she never expected—seventeen-year-old Vaughn Bennett lands it all when she agrees to become a pop star's fake girlfriend in this smart, utterly addictive novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author duo Erin Watt.

Under ordinary circumstances, Oakley Ford and Vaughn Bennett would never even cross paths.

There's nothing ordinary about Oakley. This bad-boy pop star's got Grammy Awards, millions of fangirls and a reputation as a restless, too-charming troublemaker. But with his home life disintegrating, his music well suddenly running dry and the tabloids having a field day over his outrageous exploits, Oakley needs to show the world he's settling down—and who better to help him than Vaughn, a part-time waitress trying to help her family get by? The very definition of ordinary.

Posing as his girlfriend, Vaughn will overhaul Oakley's image from troublemaker to serious artist. In return for enough money to put her brothers through college, she can endure outlandish Hollywood parties and carefully orchestrated Twitter exchanges. She'll fool the paparazzi and the groupies. She might even start fooling herself a little.

Because when ordinary rules no longer apply, there's no telling what your heart will do…

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Erica☆☆☆☆☆
5 rockin' stars

Erin Watt is a new-to-me author. I own her Royals series, but I've yet to read it – I will soon rectify that.

When It's Real is too young to be new adult but a bit too old to be young adult, so I'm just going to go ahead and say it's a mature YA. One narrator is an innocent 17, the other a jaded 19 yet innocent in matters of the heart. There are sexual situations, but not above the norm for teenagers (descriptions are light, and fade-to-black, so if you know what's going on, you do – if you don't, you won't). If I had a child, I'd let them read it 14+. If I were a teen, I would've gone nuts over this book (as an adult, I did too). Plus, I felt there were several good messages that would impact a teenager for the positive.

Vaughn is our heroine, a 17-year-old orphan being raised by her older sister, as they jointly raise their 12-year-old twin brothers. Their struggles make Vaughn completely relatable. She's the girl-next-door, innocent, caring, giving, highly intelligent, yet she is also flawed.

Oak is our hero, a 19-year-old rock star. He has the weight of the world on his shoulders, unable to know who to trust in a world of fake, and he's blocked when it comes to his music. He's in need of a muse and a mature makeover, so he no longer comes off as Justin-Bieber-esque. Oak is a bit of a d-bag, but he's a relatable, flawed d-bag. He's 'our' d-bag with a heart of gold and in need of a real hug from someone who loves him, not wants something from him.

Without writing out a plot summary/book report... Vaughn and Oak had great chemistry, tension, a realistic friendship that grew over the course of the book. Oodles of teenage angst due to the storyline. When It's Real had the recipe for an intoxicating young adult novel.

I give mad props to Erin Watt for focusing on the negatives of the recording industry, instead of going the vapid way out, making it all about sunshine and rainbows, and the thrill of having money and anything your heart desires. While Oak loved the spotlight, the thrill of thousands of fans screaming his name, he also craved a family, normalcy, anonymity – all things he recognizes in Vaughn.

At the core of the story, Oak has biological relatives but no real connection, yet Vaughn's family is tighter due to tragedy. So their connection is forged by being able to share and show each other what is most important in life, balancing out the good and bad.

I highly recommend to young adult fans (may be a bit too mild for new adult fans who are looking for the usual gut-twisting angst and explicit sex present in most new adult books) and for those young at heart looking for an injection of the warmth from first love.


Jordan☆☆☆☆☆
I quickly became a fan of this author duo when The Royals series came out and I couldn't wait to see what they did next! When It's Real has exactly the kind of addictive quality we've come to love from Erin Watt. So, it's no surprise that I was immediately sucked into Vaughn and Oakley's story.

Oakley Ford, a teen pop star, is in need of an image makeover and his team decides to accomplish this with a fake girlfriend. Oakley's fake girlfriend is supposed to help show the media that his party days are a thing of the past and his new wholesome girl is helping to settle him down.

Vaughn's family is strapped for cash and playing Oakley's fake girlfriend is worth way more than her waitress job and the kind of money she couldn't possibly pass up. The amount of money his team will be paying her will definitely be worth putting up with all the crazy publicity, parties, and a self-centered pop star.

When It's Real will easily win over fans both young and old. The characters were well developed and I easily fell in love with them all. Plus, the chemistry between Vaughn and Oakley was on point! I can't wait to see what Erin Watt has in store for us next!


Kris☆☆☆☆☆
I absolutely loved this book. It had everything I like in a rock star romance but with a sweet innocence of the young adult genre. Although not quite young adult, but not quite new adult, it has a nice mix of steamy moments without too much detail, just enough to make you get that nice little thrill. Oakley Ford's character as the teen pop sensation (think Justin Bieber) was perfectly portrayed and very well written. Bratty and prone to getting his way, but trying to become a better songwriter and change up his music, Oakley is hoping to snag the very desirable King to produce his next record. King won’t have a thing to do with Oakley until Oak shows some maturity. Oakley is told he's going to be dating a "normal" mostly to snag King. His publicist and manager have picked the girl for him, Vaughn Bennett. She's just what they need to clean up Oakley's image – a young, fresh nobody, a normal teenage girl with a wholesome background.

Vaughn has been floating since her parents died. Not really sure where her future is or should be going. She's approached to spend a year being Oakley Ford's girlfriend for a very large sum of money. Money that her family could desperately use since their parents died leaving her twin younger brothers to be raised by her and her sister. Vaughn has a boyfriend but decides this is important for her family and hopes W (yep, he goes by W) will understand it's all fake. The love triangle is well written with enough strife to be interesting but not overdone. I totally "shipped" Oakley and Vaughn and wanted them to have their happily ever after! The Twitter feed portions were nicely added, showing everything a normal girl would face dating a huge celeb with the internet involved. Oakley's famous parents aspect was on point and well played. I only wish the end wasn't as rushed, seemed a bit all squished at the end, but maybe I just wanted more. I do have a bit of a book hangover!! One of my best reads so far for 2017.





Erin Watt is the brainchild of two bestselling authors linked together through their love of great books and an addiction to writing. They share one creative imagination. Their greatest love (after their families and pets, of course)? Coming up with fun–and sometimes crazy–ideas. Their greatest fear? Breaking up.

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Performance Review by Tamryn Eradani


After a day testing Daniel’s limits and then a day being spoiled, Daniel has some time to reflect on his and Ryan’s relationship. He thinks they’re ready for their next step; planning a weekend away.

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Ruthie☆☆☆☆
This is the fifth installment of the story – and you should read them all and in order.

I am really enjoying the regular revelations about these two men and their growing relationship. Each one, so far, has been satisfying in its own right, and adds to the whole. I wasn't sure that it would work, but actually, it feels like getting an update on a real-time relationship, rather than getting the whole story in one fell swoop.

I am looking forward to seeing how things go in the next chapter.


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Tamryn studied English and Creative Writing in school but has been writing since she could first hold a pencil. Recently, she’s turned her focus towards writing erotica. She enjoys writing stories where sex comes first, then feelings, because doing things out of order can be fun.

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This Is the End, Baby by K. Webster Blog Tour


They say the king is the most powerful piece on the board.
However, they haven’t met me.
This queen knows all the rules. She plays the game better than him.
In my game, the queen can knock the king right off the board.

Game over.
The END.

But, I love him.
The darkness threatens to make me lose sight of my strategy from time to time, but in the END, love always prevails.

Problem is, my black king is playing by a different set of rules. His END game is one he shields from me. It’s a game he plays closely with the white king, the most brilliant player of all. Together, they want to END my game.

They want to END me.

This queen doesn’t go down without a fight.
This queen makes her own rules.
This queen will outsmart those who play against her.

This is the END, baby.
In the END, I am going to win it all.

***Warning***
This Is the End, Baby is a dark romance. Extreme sexual themes and violence, which could trigger emotional distress, are found in this story. If you are sensitive to dark themes, then this story is not for you.

***Author’s Note: This is the seventh and final book in the series. First six books must be read in order to fully understand this story line. This story is a novella and shorter than the rest.***

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Shannan☆☆☆☆
This Is the End, Baby is the seventh book in the War & Peace series. The books should be read in order, as the author intended, for the story to make sense.

K. Webster has weaved a suspenseful ending to this series that you aren't going to want to miss. It was raw and emotional, and Gabe was there, so I was happy. This series will have you on the edge of your seat throughout all seven books. Ms. Webster has a way with words that makes you fall in love with the villain, even when you know they are the villain – you just can't help yourself.

War & Peace is a must read!!



Mary☆☆☆☆☆
Waiting for this book, I was wondering just what K. Webster had going on in her head to get to the end, and after reading this book, I don't think I want to know.

Hannah is still fighting the demons that have her wanting to destroy others, even those she loves; but Gabe wants to keep her safe, even if it means destroying the love of his life to keep the rest of his family safe.

So if you haven't read this series yet, then you should start at the beginning and don't stop until the end. It is one hell of a ride but well worth it. You will not be disappointed. I have loved everything about this series and I am a little sad to see it end. But all good this must end. I look forward to reading more from this author in the future.


Shelby☆☆☆☆☆
This was the absolute perfect ending to this dark, twisted series!
I was so glad to spend time with Gabe and Hannah, see the dynamic of their family...
An emotional read, I didn't really know what to expect going into this, but I was not disappointed.

"Happy endings aren’t for villains…
But we fucking take them anyway.
This really is THE END, baby."


If you've read the War & Peace series, you need to see how this ends.




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K Webster is the author of dozens romance books in many different genres including contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, and erotic romance. When not spending time with her husband of twelve years and two adorable children, she's active on social media connecting with her readers.

Her other passions besides writing include reading and graphic design. K can always be found in front of her computer chasing her next idea and taking action. She looks forward to the day when she will see one of her titles on the big screen.

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