Gone Wild

I mentioned in my review of American Bad Boy by Eddie Cleveland that I’m on the author’s email list. Well, he recently released a new book called Gone Wild and I had the opportunity to snag a copy - so I thought I’d tell you guys my thoughts.

Mackenzie’s Mountain

I have reviewed a couple of Linda Howard books since this blog started, but I recently came across Mackenzie’s Legacy in a trip to the bookstore and I got really excited. I had already read three of the Mackenzie Family novels and this copy has two that I hadn’t read yet: Mackenzie’s Mountain and Mackenzie’s Mission. I’m only going to review Mackenzie’s Mountain today, because I have a lot of things to say about it, but I have now read all of the books in the Mackenzie Family series and I’ll probably talk a bit about them toward the end of this review, as well.

Never Say Spy

I came across Never Say Spy by Diane Henders in the Kindle bookstore and I couldn’t resist buying it. You all know I’m a huge fan of romances and I love to sink myself into a good series where I can escape for days, but that’s not why I wanted to buy this book. Nope. I bought Never Say Spy because I wanted to lose myself in a different kind of fantasy: Good Girl Gone Spy 😉

All Knighter

If you want a book with a sexy cajun marine who knows what he wants, a sassy heroine with daddy issues, and some really (really really) steamy sex scenes, All Knighter would be a good choice.

Ice by Linda Howard

It is getting colder here in Arkansas, which means it must be freezing elsewhere! In honor of the weather, I’m reviewing a book written by Linda Howard called Ice.

I was given my first Linda Howard novel my junior year of high school as a going away present. My family moved from Kansas to New York and my friend group, knowing how much I enjoyed escaping into romance novels, gave me To Die For. Thus began my obsession with Howard’s particular brand of sarcasm...and her romance novels, too.

American Bad Boy by Eddie Cleveland

Yesterday was Veterans Day and to celebrate I’m going to review a military romance written by a retired petty officer in the Royal Canadian Navy. I discovered American Bad Boy by Eddie Cleveland when I entered a contest to win some free books. I did not win - this isn’t one of those stories - but I also didn’t read the fine print. Suddenly, my email inbox was inundated with newsletters from what felt like about a billion and a half indie romance novelists. I spent 2 weeks reading all of the daily newsletters and then I started weeding them out.
The only newsletter I still receive is Cleveland’s...