It. Is. Too. Hot. I have been dealing with this year’s ridiculous heat wave by watching Christmas Rom Coms - watching people shiver in too-cold air is a good way to find myself appreciating the 100-degree-plus weather. When I saw this book on my Book Bub list, I thought it was the perfect way to cool down and get some much-needed time away from my television.
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.
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.
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.
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...