I enjoyed reading romance between older, more mature protagonists. There’s open communication and compromise even as there’s moments when you just want to scream at them. Tasha’s group of friends were a good addition to the story and we get to know both Tasha and Len away from the Night Horde clubhouse.
When an author tells you that her work is the most dark to date, take heed. That's all I'll say about that. I'm excited and sad to see how this series ends in Leave a Trail. Read more.
I enjoyed both Havoc and Cory’s transformations and how these two flawed, broken souls make a family despite all they’ve been through.
Dare I say, I liked that the Night Horde are back in the thick of things with the drug cartel following the calm of the last few books. I’m excited to read the last 2 books of this series to see how it all goes down for the Night Horde/Signal Bend in the end. Read more.
Here are my “best of 2014” reads, in no particular order. This list could be longer but I’ll stick to my top 10.
All but two of these contemporary romance novels are written by new-to-me authors (at the time) that I’ll be stalking…cough…following in 2015. I highly recommend these books/series or the author in general for their writing chops.
A common denominator among these books is the presence of well-drawn, developed characters and an engaging plot. Read more