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Review : Brutal Game (Flynn & Laurel, #2) by Cara McKenna

Review : Brutal Game (Flynn & Laurel, #2) by Cara McKenna

Picking up not long after Willing Victim, Brutal Game continues the story of Flynn and Laurel. By day he’s still a construction worker but by night he’s this big, ferocious MMA fighter. She’s still waitressing but she knows that she needs to actually put her engineering degree to good use and look for something better. As Flynn and Laurel navigate their everyday lives they come to find out that sometimes life has a mind of it’s own. Brutal Game shows readers what life is really like after you get your HEA. Relationships take work and compromise. It also shows you […]

Posted 05/12/2017 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Willing Victim (Flynn & Laurel, #1) by Cara McKenna

Review : Willing Victim (Flynn & Laurel, #1) by Cara McKenna

Kink comes in all ways. Most of the books with kink that I read usually involve some kind of BDSM relationships. Every now and then I stray from my norm and venture into something a bit darker, something a bit more taboo- consensual rape. Willing Victim is definitely not going to be for everyone but it’s a story that I couldn’t put down once I started. Before we go any further I want to reiterate the major theme of Willing Victim. Rape is not something that I condone. It’s not an act that I wish upon anyone. Rape is an […]

Posted 05/05/2017 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Haven (Beards & Bondage, #1) by Rebekah Weatherspoon

Review : Haven (Beards & Bondage, #1) by Rebekah Weatherspoon

Rebekah Weatherspoon is a new to me author but I’ve been hearing about her books for a few months now. Needless to say, the hype was completely worth it. With Haven I didn’t really know what I was getting into. I knew I loved the cover but never read the synopsis. I just knew there was a burly mountain man and that was okay with me. Once I started reading Haven I had the hardest time putting it down. Shep and Claudia drew me into their world in a way that hasn’t happened to me in such a long time. […]

Posted 04/27/2017 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : School Ties by Tamsen Parker

Review : School Ties by Tamsen Parker

AHHH! This book. Seriously. I was given an advanced copy of School Ties because Tamsen in completely wonderful and wanted me to read it. I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed this one, you guys. It’s so much more than I thought it would be. There’s drama, and sexiness, and fun, and it’s just perfect. Going into School Ties I had relatively high expectations. I adore Tamsen and her stories. She writes real and engaging characters I can’t help but fall for. Plus it’s one of those taboo tropes that I can’t help but love- student/teacher relationships. However, this […]

Posted 09/19/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Intimate Geography (Compass, #2) by Tamsen Parker

Review : Intimate Geography (Compass, #2) by Tamsen Parker

Intimate Geography picks up right where Personal Geography left off and I couldn’t be happier. I don’t know what I would have done if it was a time leap or something like that. I didn’t necessarily enjoy the cliffhanger but it is what it is. *shrug* We see India going back to Hawaii to be with Cris and helping him through his recovery and in the meantime see her begin to open up and admit that she might just want and need someone around to pass the time with. I enjoy India and Cris together. A lot. But I still […]

Posted 04/13/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Uncharted Territory (Compass, #3) by Tamsen Parker

Review : Uncharted Territory (Compass, #3) by Tamsen Parker

I enjoyed Personal Geography because I felt like it was what a BDSM book should be. I might not have loved everything about it but it was one of my favorites of the genre because of how real and true it felt. With Uncharted Territory we are given everything I loved about the first book with so much more added in. Uncharted Territory tells the backstory of India Burke, who we first met in Personal Geography. Learning who she is, what she likes, and how she’s going to live her life from college to beyond. I always enjoyed India. She’s […]

Posted 06/10/2015 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Personal Geography (Compass, #1) by Tamsen Parker

Review : Personal Geography (Compass, #1) by Tamsen Parker

I’ve heard so much about Personal Geography that I when I saw it on Netgalley I knew I had to request it. But I have to say my expectations fell well short of how I feel about this book. Don’t misunderstand me, I did enjoy Personal Geography but I had such high hopes for it. From what I heard some friends say to the synopsis, I wanted something more than what I got. I enjoyed India and Cris. They are likable characters from what little we actually learn of them. But I feel like a lot of what we learn […]

Posted 02/18/2015 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Driven by Fate (Serve, #5) by Tessa Bailey

Review : Driven by Fate (Serve, #5) by Tessa Bailey

I have no idea where to begin with this review. I knew going in that I would enjoy Driven by Fate but I don’t think I was prepared for how much I would love it. Tessa Bailey has delivered yet another wonderfully crafted story of love, self-discovery, and what it means to be yourself. Frankie is your everyday girl. It’s very easy to see something of yourself in her. She’s smart, charismatic and sarcastic as hell. I loved her instantly. She knows what she wants out of life, her own taxi business as well as a family. She knows it […]

Posted 02/16/2015 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Owned by Fate (Serve, #1) by Tessa Bailey

Review : Owned by Fate (Serve, #1) by Tessa Bailey

I don’t even know where to begin with the sheer awesomeness that is Owned by Fate. Tessa Bailey is one of my favorite authors and Owned is a perfect reason why. She writes amazing alpha heroes, and Jonah definitely fits the bill. She writes heroines who don’t take shit from anyone, let alone the hero, and Caroline is definitely that. She may have had a few “weaker” moments but overall, she’s such a strong character. Owned by Fate is not your average Tessa book. But don’t worry, this isn’t a bad thing! She’s really starting to spread her wings in […]

Posted 12/12/2014 by Ashley in Reviews
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