Piece of Work – Blog Tour + Review

Piece of Work, an all-new sexy and hilarious romance from Staci Hart, is available NOW! Marble isn’t the only thing that’s hard at this museum. His body is as chiseled as Adonis. His lips are as sculpted as David. And his ego is the size of the Guggenheim. You know the type—wolfish smile and the... Continue Reading →

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The Girl Behind The Red Door – Release Day + Review

After reading Thriller after Thriller in the past few weeks I was definitely ready for something less creepy and crazy. I was ready for some love and heart. The Girl Behind The Red Door, Cassie Graham's latest novel, came at the perfect time. Reed Windsor is single - happily single. And not because there is... Continue Reading →

The Truth in My Lies – Review

Thank you to Ivy Smoak and NetGalley for providing a copy for review. For a few weeks now I haven't been too impressed with the books I've read, with the exception of one. That book was good but it also wasn't amazing. After months of procrastinating, I finally picked up The Truth in My Lies... Continue Reading →

The Family at No. 13 – Review

Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for providing a copy for review. I honestly don't know what I just read. I'm at loss for words. I've grown to love thrillers over the past 1.5 years. Some thrillers were amazing and blew me away. Others were interesting but only okay in my opinion, just like S.... Continue Reading →

Never Goodbye – Review

Thank you to Thomas & Mercer and NetGalley for providing a copy for review. After reading Dead Certain only a week ago, I was thrilled to dive into its sequel Never Goodbye, which I requested from NetGalley a few weeks ago. Ella Broden was again the main character in this legal crime thriller alongside a... Continue Reading →

Dead Certain – Review

Ever since reading A Conflict of Interest by Adam Mitzner last July, I couldn't wait to read more by him. I hadn't planned on reading Dead Certain when I did only a few days ago but as chance would have it, I was provided the opportunity and grabbed it by its pages and I don't... Continue Reading →

If I Tell You – Review

Thank you to NetGalley and Pantera Press for providing a copy for review. The cover was the first the first thing that drew me to the novel. I couldn't just not find out more about the book with the simple yet pretty cover - and I'm glad I did. I wanted to read more LGBT+... Continue Reading →

The Little Clan – Review

Thank you to Harlequin US & Canada and NetGalley for providing a copy for review. I was really looking forward to Iris Martin Cohen's debut novel The Little Clan. What better story is there than with a book-loving main character and a New York City setting? Nothing, I assumed, but I started to realize very... Continue Reading →

The Good Samaritan – Review

Thank you to NetGalley and Thomas & Mercer for providing a copy for review. I think the best way to start a new book is when you have no expectations whatsoever. This way you won't get disappointed when the book doesn't live up to them. On the other hand you will be even more excited... Continue Reading →

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