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review 2016-06-26 06:47
Review: Return To Me
Return to Me: Book 5 of the Fated Hearts Series - Aimee Nicole Walker

I needed a fluffy read and this one sure delivered.

Noah and Maverick spent every summer together since they were 7 years old. They were each other’s best friend, first kiss, and first boyfriend when they were 16. But one day Maverick disappeared.

Noah has tried to find the connection he once had with Maverick with someone else again, but he never succeeded. He is now 38 years old, and a successful psychiatrist, but his life still feels empty.

When he returns to his home town because the old family house has been vandalized, Noah never expected to see Maverick. But it turns out Maverick owns the construction company who is renovating the house.

The two men haven’t seen each other for 22 years, but it’s immediately clear that they still have amazing chemistry. It’s not long before they pick up where they left off 22 years ago…

I loved how there wasn’t a lot of angst when these guys get reunited. There were no hard feelings, just confusion as to why Maverick left so many years ago. When Maverick explained what happened, Noah felt heartbroken and understood he had no choice. Noah always knew this, because he never thought Maverick would just leave him like that.

I did think the thing that happened at 60% was a bit too much for the story and I could have gone without the

 temporary amnesia.

(spoiler show)

But other than that this was a sweet story, with lots of hot sexy times.

Oh, and yes, there is a slight paranormal element in this, but it’s very very small (the house is haunted by a friendly gay ghost).


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review 2015-07-21 22:40
Short read
My Kind of Love (Blue Lake Series, Book 5) - Kristin Miller

Kristin Miller's book, My Kind of Love is a fairly short read, perfect for those with limited time for reading.  Harlow and Dane's story is a well written story with lovable characters, drama, humor and sizzle.  I'd be happy to read more from this author in the future.  My Kind of Love is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.  

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review 2015-06-23 16:21
Hook's Pan
Hook's Pan - Marie Hall

This was a great addition to the Kingdom series.  I love these books because they are retelling classic fairy tales in a fun way.  Rather than just retelling the story we know the perspective is changed and the focus is on the bad boys.  It is new enough for a romance to focus on the male lead but to also be wrapped around notorious villains is just awesome-sauce.


As with the previous entries in the series this was a light, quick read.  Perfect for a summer afternoon poolside.  However, this was especially fun for me because of how the Peter Pan character was written.  He has never been one of my favorites, always felt like a spoiled brat that needed a good ass whooping to me.  And this played right into my dislike of Pan while building a solidly cool Hook.


This is the end of the Bad Five but Marie Hall has continued on with the series to include other villains.  I am looking forward to the next one!

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review 2015-03-28 21:32
Audio/Book Review of Fury of Obsession (Dragonfury Series Book 5) by Coreene Callahan
Fury of Obsession (Dragonfury Series Book 5) - Coreene Callahan
Dragon-warrior Venom lives in self-imposed isolation. Cursed by his toxic touch, he is deadly to anyone who has contact with him for too long. Set apart from others and hounded by intense loneliness, he craves the lasting connection hebelieves he cannot possess. Until a chance encounter with a sultry mortal offers a ray of hope…

Evelyn Foxe is the woman of Venom’s every desire, but she’s too busy running from the Russian mob to think about love. As she accepts Venom’s offer to help her escape her precarious situation, she’s skeptical, afraid that he’s in league with those sent to harm her. But when a biological weapon is unleashed in her hometown, Evelyn is forced to trust Venom—or risk the dangers of going it alone.

Will they survive the firestorm that rages around them? And can they pull from the ashes a love that will defy all the odds and last through the ages?

Review 5*

This is the fifth book in the Dragon Fury series. I absolutely loved it!

First off, I would like to say that I love the cover! Venom's eyes! *Sigh!*

I downloaded this book in both Kindle and audiobook format, as I have the other books in the series in this way too. This gives me the opportunity to either read or listen to the story, depending on my mood. The audio book is narrated by Cole Ferguson, who does a wonderful job in bringing the characters to life. I must admit I was a little disappointed that Benjamin L. Darcie was no longer narrating the books, but Cole Ferguson's voice sounded just as sexy, so all in all, I wasn't disappointed for long!

Venom is a fantastic character. I have enjoyed getting to know this particular dragon. He has a multitude of layers that get peeled back and revealed as the story progresses. This made me even more intrigued with him, as he has a few secrets that I never would have guessed, and a vulnerability that surprised me, as he struck me as a very confident man who is not afraid of much. That is, until he meets Evelyn Foxe.

Evelyn (Evie) Foxe is also a wonderful character. I liked her very much. She is normally an emotionally strong woman, who usually knows what she wants and goes for it, but now she's desperate. She is a forensic accountant, who has had the rug pulled out from under her feet and is struggling to find a job, and keep a Russian mobster off her back. Can Venom be her ticket out of the situation she finds herself in? Or will she be in more danger?

I have been eagerly waiting for the release of this book for some time. It was well worth the wait! I started to listen to the story and was quickly hooked. I have become totally addicted to this series! The story, in a way, continues on from Fury of Desire. There is a definite story arc beginning to appear and gather pace, as this story is told through several points of view and not just Venom's and Evie's.

All of the dragons from the Night Fury pack are worried about Gage and Hadar, who have gone missing in Prague. These two dragons have not featured much in the story up until now, but as the story arc opens up and the reader gets to see what is happening in Prague, they suddenly become extremely important. There's some seriously sick things happening in that part of the world, and Gage and Hadar find themselves in serious danger. I know it sounds a bit strange, but I really enjoyed their story, even though it's not very nice. There is lots of violence and danger, but these two are a force to be reckoned with. I must admit that Nian is not too shabby himself!
Back in Seattle, Ivar is waiting for results on his experiment, but even he is shocked at the results. Venom and Evie's romance is fraught with excitement and danger. However, I felt their story, although integral to the plot, got a little sidelined due to the larger story arc. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but if you compare the first story to this one, they have less page time together than Bastian and Myst. But, it makes a nice change to have an interracial coupling. I haven't read many books where this occurs, and it brings a different dimension to the story. It also makes me wonder about Sloan's story. Will we ever get to read it one day? I hope so. I reached the end of the story and though it doesn't end on a cliffhanger, it made me look forward to reading/listening to the next book in the series as soon as possible. I just hope I don't have to wait as long for it though!

Coreene Callahan has written another fantastic paranormal romance. She is fast becoming one of my favourite authors to read. Her books are fast paced, exciting and extremely addictive! I love her writing style and the flow is absolutely wonderful!

Due to the use of bad language and the explicit sexual scenes, I do not recommend this book for younger readers. However, I highly recommend this book if you love erotic paranormal romances or books with sexy dragon shifters! - Lynn Worton
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review 2014-11-02 03:34
Samantha Jacobey – Indelible
Indelible: Book 5 of A New Life Series - Samantha Jacobey,Nicolene Lorette Designs

Reviewer: Victoria

Genre: M/F Contemporary



Indelible is the fifth book in New Life Series by Samantha Jacobey. This book is best read as part of the series and not as a standalone. This book builds upon the prior four books in the series.

Tori’s life has changed again. She is getting to know her brother who like most people in her life is out to manipulate her as well. I feel bad for Tori with all the people out to play games with her. Michael does a good job of letting things slide but its apparent that tori’s brother wants to brake the up. Tori it seems is still oblivious to all the manipulation going on.

While music makes Tori happy, I don’t think being part of a band is what will make her happiest once she finds out the downsides of fame. I am not sure that her brother fully understands how hard Tori’s life was and the FBI will continue to manipulate her every chance they get.


I found this book is well written with an exciting plot. The main and the secondary characters are engrossing. I enjoyed seeing Tori’s transformation and adjust again to her new life with her brother. Overall, this was a tremendous book that I truly had a hard time putting down. I can’t wait to read the next two books.

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