Posts by: Marieke


Book review: The Fix Up ~ Tawna Fenske

Book review: The Fix Up ~ Tawna Fenske

I have picked out The Fix-Up based on the cover and the book blurb. Tawna Fenske is a – for me – new author, so I was curious going in. This book certainly didn’t disappoint, for me it is an entertaining and sweet read, ideal for a Sunday afternoon. “Her lips parted slightly, almost like she was braced for a […]

Posted December 13, 2015 by Marieke

Book review: Forget Cinderella ~ Tracey Champion

Book review: Forget Cinderella ~ Tracey Champion

Choosing to read a book by an unfamiliar author always takes some effort from me – ask friends how they feel about the author’s work and brows existing reviews. In the case of Tracey Champion I had to go in completely blind, since Forget Cinderella is her very first book. Based on the published teasers I had a certain idea […]

Posted December 11, 2015 by Marieke

Book review: Midnight Mass ~ Sierra Simone

Book review: Midnight Mass ~ Sierra Simone

Earlier this year, I’ve read a book by a – for me – new author, Sierra Simone. The book was called Priest, and it was a very sensual, somewhat forbidden, book about a priest and his sexual escapades with a woman new to his church. I love Priest, so I was excited when I learned a follow-up novella was being […]

Posted December 10, 2015 by Marieke

Book review: Misconduct ~ Penelope Douglas

Book review: Misconduct ~ Penelope Douglas

Last year I finally started ‘the Fall Away series’ by Penelope Douglas, and although the characters were young – and thus made some less grownup decisions – I liked it. Waiting for the other book Ms. Douglas just published, Corrupt, I was pleasantly surprised she was working on a second book, Misconduct. While I’m really curious for the first mentioned […]

Posted December 8, 2015 by Marieke

Book review: To Love Jason Thorn ~ Ella Maise

Book review: To Love Jason Thorn ~ Ella Maise

Earlier this year, I picked up the “Alexander & Maya Series” by a fairly new author, Ella Maise. And although the story was heartbreaking at times, it was sensual, well-written, and I loved it. Knowing the author was working on a new story, I couldn’t wait to read it. Going in, I knew To Love Jason Thorn would be different […]

Posted December 3, 2015 by Marieke

Book review: A Seal Forever ~ Anne Elizabeth

Book review: A Seal Forever ~ Anne Elizabeth

A Seal Forever tells the story of Declan/Dec and Maura. Dec is a Navy Seal through and through who has joined the Navy at a young age. After going through intense and hard training he now is the Master Chief of his own Seal Team and spends a lot of his time abroad on dangerous and long ops. Due to […]

Posted December 1, 2015 by Marieke

Book review: Fighting for Devlin ~ Jessica Lemmon

Book review: Fighting for Devlin ~ Jessica Lemmon

Rena Lewis is a 22-year-old, recently laid off from a job she really enjoyed, she just started waitressing at the Oak & Sage restaurant. Rena is a self-proclaimed bad girl gone good. Sitting next to her dying boyfriend four years earlier in a car crash changed her. Took some community college courses, no dorm living, no wild parties. She hadn’t […]

Posted November 24, 2015 by Marieke

Book review: Reap ~ Tillie Cole

Book review: Reap ~ Tillie Cole

I was introduced to Tillie Cole’s writing through “the Hades Hangmen”, her brutal and gritty MC series. Her other series, “Sweet Home”, is one of my favorite series and never disappoints, despite having reread it many times. “The Scarred Souls Series” is another, ruthless series, leaving you wondering about the dark side of human nature, a side you hope you […]

Posted November 21, 2015 by Marieke

Book review: Vegas Love ~ Jillian Dodd

Book review: Vegas Love ~ Jillian Dodd

Vegas Love is a new standalone book by Jillian Dodd, following the lives and love story of Ashlyn and Cash. I’m a new Jillian reader, and this is the first book I’ve read written by her. Going in, I expected a sweet and easy read, and I surely wasn’t disappointed! Ashlyn Roberts is a well-known actress, she enjoys her career […]

Posted November 16, 2015 by Marieke

Book review: Unlawful Justice ~ K. Langston & K.C. Lynn

Book review: Unlawful Justice ~ K. Langston & K.C. Lynn

Olivia Bradshaw is a young schoolteacher who believes in equality and chances for the less fortunate in society. After her parent’s death she has been raised by her grandparents, now living with just her grandfather on the family farm. After her last relationship ended on a bad note, she stays clear from men and is content with her life; teaching, […]

Posted November 15, 2015 by Marieke