Tag: Release Blitz


Book review: Mastering Her Senses ~ Laura Kaye

Book review: Mastering Her Senses ~ Laura Kaye

“Those eyes. Hazel with the gold. And he suddenly knew he’d seen them before. Years ago.” Quinton is a laid-back person who enjoys spending his free time camping, hiking and with a bit more thrill seeking stuff like skydiving. Being a Dom at Blasphemy is more than just spending some kinky time, Quinton is into BDSM and he enjoys the […]

Posted February 21, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: Goalie ~ M.E. Carter

Book review: Goalie ~ M.E. Carter

I love reading romantic stories in all its various degrees. Happy, sad, brutal, I have no subject I’m ‘scared’ off. However, there’s one topic I try to stay away from as much as possible; cheating. I just can’t read about it, it makes me sad for the person who’s cheated on and so angry at the cheater. M.E. Carter’s new […]

Posted February 18, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: A Thousand Letters ~ Staci Hart

Book review: A Thousand Letters ~ Staci Hart

“I couldn’t take everyone’s pain like I had so willingly. I couldn’t give any more because I had nothing left.” Elliot is a sweet young woman, who does everything she can for the people she cares about. She doesn’t know what to do with her life after her studies, so she lives with her sister and brother-in-law, taking care of […]

Posted February 9, 2017 by Marieke

Book review + excerpt: Lost in Scotland ~ Hilaria Alexander

Book review + excerpt: Lost in Scotland ~ Hilaria Alexander

Lost in Scotland is the newest book by one of my favorite authors, Hilaria Alexander. I love her books for their realness and of course the author’s writing. Lost in Scotland tells the story of Sam and Hugh, who fall in love in Scotland and have to navigate between their own wants, and the demands of the almighty movie industry […]

Posted February 1, 2017 by Marieke

Book review + excerpt: The Neighborhood ~ Stylo Fantôme

Book review + excerpt: The Neighborhood ~ Stylo Fantôme

A few months ago, I’ve read Neighbors by Stylo Fantôme and I loved it. As a good Stylo book it ended with huge twist, leaving the reader with the annoying question: when will the next book come out? Luckily, we didn’t have to wait for The Neighborhood very long. The book starts right at point where the previous book left […]

Posted January 17, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: It’s You (book 2) ~ K.P. Kelley

Book review: It’s You (book 2) ~ K.P. Kelley

It’s You (Book 2) is the second part of the It’s You duet and starts right where the first part ended. Darcy is hurt and confused, Jack is hurt as well and both are unsure what to do. Book 2 tells their rocky road to their deserved Happily Ever After, I love the (sometimes frustrating) realness of it. Warning: if […]

Posted January 17, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: It’s You (Book 1) ~ K.P. Kelley

Book review: It’s You (Book 1) ~ K.P. Kelley

It’s You is a new shifter duet by Katy Regnery (written as K.P. Kelley). I know this author for her sweet, contemporary romantic stories, so I was surprised she decided to go for a new genre. While I like to read a shifter story from time to time, the over-the-topness and predictability most of these stories contain places them in […]

Posted January 3, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: Three Sweet Nothings ~ Nikki Sloane

Book review: Three Sweet Nothings ~ Nikki Sloane

Three Sweet Nothings by Nikki Sloane is already the 5th book in ‘the Blindfold Club series’. Like the other books in the series it tells the story of two people working out a relationship, with some little added kink. Three Sweet Nothings can be read as a standalone, but I recommend you read the whole series. Not only to get […]

Posted December 12, 2016 by Marieke

Book review: One ~ E.S. Carter

Book review: One ~ E.S. Carter

One is the fifth book in the ‘Love by Number series’ by E.S. Carter. Throughout the previous books in the series we’ve met Isaac, one the handsome Fox brothers. It’s no secret Isaac is bisexual; he’s attracted to both men and women, a fact he’s absolutely not ashamed of. One finally tells us his story. “Heat. Lips. Tongue. Ache. Throb. […]

Posted December 1, 2016 by Marieke

Book review: Groupie ~ M.E. Carter

Book review: Groupie ~ M.E. Carter

A couple of months ago I read my first book by M.E. Carter, Juked. I’m not a sports fan, but I really liked the story and its characters. One of the side characters was a team groupie, Tiffany. To my surprise I learned she would be the heroine of the next book, I didn’t like her at all. Groupie tells […]

Posted November 4, 2016 by Marieke