Cover Reveal: TOO HOT TO HANDLE by Tessa Bailey

Posted February 29, 2016 by TBB Sisterhood in Cover Reveal / 0 Comments
Cover Reveal: TOO HOT TO HANDLE by Tessa Bailey

Amazon US | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | B&N | iBooks | Kobo | Google Play When Rita Clarkson’s Suburban takes its last breath on a New Mexico roadside, rescue roars up on a Harley in the form of smooth-talking honkey tonk owner, Jasper Ellis, a man as mysterious as he is charming. Rita’s cross-country journey to New York City–with her three estranged […]

Review: Desire in the Arctic by Stacy Hoff

Posted February 28, 2016 by Angie in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Desire in the Arctic by Stacy Hoff

Desire in the Arctic is the sequel to Everglades by Stacy Hoff.  After reading Everglades, I was looking forward to this one because I LOVE snow.  Weird, I know, but I do.  I love winter, I want to visit Alaska, I love snow and the cold.  This one delivered just as much as Everglades did! […]

Review: Never Stop Falling by Ashley Drew

Posted February 27, 2016 by Shannon in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Never Stop Falling by Ashley Drew

As much as I would love to say that I devoured this book and read it in one sitting, that would be a lie. The devoured part was absolutely true, but the one sitting, not so much… Now let me tell you why: the prologue. When sent a copy of this book for a review, […]

Review: Specimen by Shay Savage

Posted February 26, 2016 by Wil in Blog Tours, Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Specimen by Shay Savage

Buy it on: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Amazon CA Review Wow, this book was amazing. This is not your typical romance book, this book combines science fiction, dystopian and romance and keeps you guessing from beginning to end. This is my first Shay Savage book and definitely won’t be the last. This is definitely one […]

Promo Post: Debt by Rachel Dunning

Posted February 25, 2016 by Wil in Blog Tours, Promo Post / 0 Comments
Promo Post: Debt by Rachel Dunning

  The Debt Collector I pay my debts, and I expect others to. I was raised in the slums of London, I knew nothing of privilege. My father was murdered when I was seventeen. Morty figured my father’s passing meant I would automatically take on dad’s debts. I refused. And I paid for that refusal. […]