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review 2020-01-08 23:58
Lady of Desire, Darcy Burke

I found this story interesting but it does have a high level of sexual content. Also it is not for the under 18 readers. I received this free with the Exclusive Jewels-Vol 3. I voluntarily chose to review this and I've given it a 4.5* rating. Most of this story moves around Sir Arthur and the round table, truth or myth. Then are there artifacts or not? A mystery wrapped around treasure hunting with erotic romance thrown in.

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review 2020-01-06 16:12
Review: Caveman Aliens Series (Book 1 – 6) by Calista Skye
Caveman Alien's Ransom: A SciFi BBW/Alien Fated Mates Romance - Calista Skye
Caveman Alien's Mate - Calista Skye
Caveman Alien's Rage - Calista Skye
Caveman Alien's Pride - Calista Skye
Caveman Alien's Trap: A SciFi Alien Fated Mates Romance - Calista Skye
Caveman Alien's Secret: A SciFi Alien Fated Mates Romance - Calista Skye

 

 

This is a combined review for Books 1 through 6 in the Caveman Aliens series by Calista Skye

 

Someone suggested I give this series a try. It’s on Kindle Unlimited and since I had a free subscription at the time I gave it a go. It wasn’t bad. It’s a silly alien sci-fi romance that you can read in a day. Not much plot or substance to it. Sometimes you just need something silly and with no substance to read.

 

The books are an alien abduction survival type read. The books are all a little bit silly. They are slow moving in parts and a bit choppy.

 

The concept of the Jurassic planet was interesting. It’s a planet with dinosaurs, weird bugs, plants, and Caveman. Their are no women on this planet.

 

When the series starts we meet several different women who are all College age students working on a project when some aliens come to earth and kidnapped women only. Those aliens that kidnapped the women end up crash landing on this Jurassic plant. The women are trying their best to survive on this Jurassic planet and soon learn they aren’t alone.

 

The romance in each book is very quick. Each women ends up being kidnapped by a different kind of Caveman. They pretty much fall fast and the sex is hot and primal. These Caveman end up take the women back to their tribes and we soon learn that not all the men in the tribes are good. Most of the men want to capture and force the women into being breeders aka sex slaves or the Caveman want to kill them to complete this prophecy to bring back The Women.

 

As the series goes on we learn their is a small underline plot on how these Caveman came to be on this Jurassic planet and what their purpose is or was.

 

In book five we get a brief recap of what has happened so far. This is where we learn about the underlining plot and find more women are alive and have been trapped on this star shaped land island due to a Dragon like creature.

 

In book six we learn why and how the Caveman came to be on this plant and their weird belief system. I didn’t care for book six. This is where I became all Caveman’d out. The issue I had with, six, was how slutty Delyah became. I get the weird water makes them lower their inhibitions, but this was over the top.

 

One thing that really frustrated me in this series was that each women even after they found their Caveman lover they still think they can get home. After 10 months wouldn’t it come to your mind that you aren’t getting home. Even if you do find another spaceship… How are you going to fly it?

 

As far as things go. The Caveman Aliens series was just ok.

 

Rated: 3/2 Stars

 

 

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I was born and raised in Northern Indiana. I’m an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, dog owner, animal, and book lover. I’m the owner, reviewer, and mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy. My favorite shifters are dragons!

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review 2019-12-07 21:57
Book Review of Faking It in the Kitchen: A bully boss romantic comedy by Emily James
Faking It in the Kitchen: A bully boss romantic comedy - Emily James

She’s an accidental chef. He’s her hot-headed A**hole boss. Will they discover the recipe for love or are they heading for disaster?

 

Unemployed actress, Hannah Brooks, is applying for a waitressing job when her luck changes. Mistaken for a chef, she's offered a position at twice the pay, but there's a slight problem. She can't cook, but she can act.

 

Tom Hadleigh is determined to make a success of the restaurant he inherited from his father, despite attempted sabotages against it and his reputation. Tom’s a hothead and not looking for love, but when Hannah walks into his restaurant, he can’t help but turn his head. With so many problems in his life, is she the answer?

 

When their worlds collide, will their passion ignite, or will the heat force them out of the kitchen?

 

FAKING IT IN THE KITCHEN is a standalone, romantic comedy, suitable for readers aged 18 or over, due to mature content and sexual themes.

 

Review 4*

 

Faking It in the Kitchen is a fun romantic comedy. I really enjoyed it.

 

Hannah Brookes is an unemployed actress looking to make it big on the West End in London, England. I liked this character a lot. She has a sunny personality and is optimistic (maybe too much at times) and desperate for work. When she hears of a potential job as a waitress at Hadleigh's, a prestigious restaurant, she heads to the interview and meets Tom Hadleigh, the boss. What she didn't expect was to be hired as a chef. And have to fake it in the kitchen as she can't cook.

 

Tom Hadleigh is determined to keep his late father's restaurant running after his death. Unfortunately, someone is determined to close it down. I liked him even at his most a**hole-y, especially when he did things that made me want to smack some sense into him. Tom, still grieving, is understandably upset at both his father's death and the sabotage, but when he accidentally knocks Hannah out, he hires her in the mistaken belief she's a chef. As danger stalks ever closer and his attraction to Hannah grows, Tom will have to decide what is more important.

 

I started to read this book, told through both Tom's and Hannah's viewpoints in alternate chapters. Faking It is a light read with humourous events mixed up with a suspenseful twist. The characters are lifelike and likeable.

 

I enjoyed the interaction between Hannah and Tom, which is intense, and the heat level between them sizzle on the pages. I also enjoyed Hannah's camaraderie with the other characters in the kitchen, especially Jack. She needed a friend badly, and he acted as one immediately. Tom's nemesis was a surprise twist. I had another person lined up initially, but as soon as the author introduced the character, I went 'Ah!' even though there was no hint of their involvement immediately.

 

I did feel the scene near the end where Hannah confronted the perpetrator was a little weak and didn't have the punch it could have. However, it resolved the mystery even if unsatisfactorily (my opinion). I do feel that the scene was a little rushed as if the author wanted to get back to the romance, which was understandable. The story ends satisfactorily, with no cliffhanger as it's a stand-alone.

 

Emily James is a new author to me. I have never read one of her other books before. I like her fast-paced writing style, and the story flowed well. The author's warmth and humour shone through her writing. Her characters are lifelike and likeable. I would consider reading more of her books in the future.

 

Due to scenes of an explicit nature, I do not recommend this book to readers under the age of 18. I do, however, recommend this book if you love contemporary romance, romantic comedy, and sassy and sexy main characters. - Lynn Worton

 
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review 2019-10-22 22:00
Book Review of Seduced by a Demon King (Eternal Mates Paranormal Romance Series Book 17) by Felicity Heaton
Seduced by a Demon King - Felicity E. Heaton

Saddled with a crown he never wanted, King Tegan of the Second Realm of demons is a warrior born for war stuck ruling in a time of peace, bound by the pact that cost his brother his life. Chafed by the ties that have held him shackled to his throne for the last thousand years, Tegan plans an escape from his prison—one stolen night meant to give him a taste of freedom, but one that will lead him to the greatest battle of his life.

 

A fight to claim the heart of a bewitching fae female who might be his fated mate.

 

According to many in her clan, and the idiotic incubi who infest the fae town where she lives, Suki puts the suck in succubus. Down on her luck, and in danger of being kicked out of the family she loves, she’s determined to prove her worth by bagging and tagging a powerful male. When she sets eyes on a mysterious, panty-melting demon warrior in a nightclub, things finally seem to be going her way, but his shadowed aura and guardedness warns he won’t be an easy mark.

 

Seducing him is going to be the fight of her life.

 

When the battle is done, will the victor have the forever they want, or will this war cost them both everything?

 

Review 5*

 

Seduced by a Demon King is the seventeenth book in the Eternal Mates series. I loved it!

 

King Tegan is someone we have previously met (but only in passing) in one of the earlier books in the series. He is the reluctant king of the Second Realm. This character is such a breath of fresh air to get to know. He is a warrior at heart, but with the death of his older brother over a thousand years previously, he has shouldered the burden of ruling the kingdom. Tegan is determined to break free from the shackles placed on him by his advisors and travels to the mortal world for treasure. Books. He is committed to enriching the lives of his people by bringing modern technology to Hell. What he didn't expect was to meet Suki.

 

Suki is another fantastic character. She is a succubus, though not a very good one. She has trouble with everything to do with being a succubus. I found Suki to be interesting. She struggles to feed, which means she feels that she's letting down her clan. So, Suki's full of angst at the beginning. However, as the story unfolds, she realises that she's stronger than she initially thought. I like watching a character like her grow into her potential. When she meets Tegan, she plans to seduce him but finds herself charmed by him instead.

 

I fell in love with this story. Recently, I have had issues with this series lack of momentum concerning the plot not moving forward. However, as I began to read this book, it made me look at the series as a whole. I still love it, and this book is an excellent addition to the series. Tegen and Suki's relationship is fun to watch as it develops through the book. Both characters are likeable and relatable. They both have baggage to deal with from their pasts before they can move forward into the future. There is kick-ass action both on and off the battlefield (one of the author's strengths is descriptive fight scenes).

 

One thing I love about the Eternal Mates world is the potential it has in bringing new characters and sub-plots into it. I also love the inclusion of characters from previous books and series. It was terrific to meet Payne from the London Vampires Romance Series once more. It made me wonder what the characters from that series are up to. Will the author include them in the potential final showdown with Archangel? I hope so!

 

Felicity Heaton has written another fast-paced, sexy paranormal romance that I thoroughly enjoyed! I love her fast-paced writing style, which flows effortlessly from scene to scene. She is on top of my favourite author's list.

 

I do not recommend this book to younger readers due to the extremely HOT and explicit sexual scenes. However, I highly recommend this book (and series) if you love sexy paranormal romances full of vampires, elves, werewolves, cat shifters, succubi, incubi, angels, dragons, demons and demonesses. - Lynn Worton

 
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review 2019-09-27 23:46
WILLFUL DEPRAVITY by Ingrid Hahn
Willful Depravity - Ingrid Hahn
Patience is a large woman who is tired of everyone making a joke of her.  She decides she will take a chance to find what sex is about when given the opportunity.  Giles, Marquess of Ashcroft, sees her and falls in lust with her.  He offers her a proposition.  Now she must make her decision.
 
I loved this story.  I loved Patience and Giles.  They are warily dancing around one another but Giles knows that Patience will say yes.  It is up to him to make in memoriable for her.  Not only does he want her for sex but he wants to paint her.  I like the heat between them.  Patience's parents are clueless--her mother (who is always giving her eating plans) more than her father.  He knows something is going on but not what.  Giles' father is a villian.  I loved that they took him on--individually and together.  They take his power over them away. 
 
I would read this author again.
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