Review | Her Soul To Take

Her Soul to Take by Harley LaRoux

Psst. If you’re a family member, you should probably skip this review.

As you all know by now, I’m one of Harley’s biggest fans when it comes to her erotica. Ever since I read The Dare, I haven’t shut up about how much I love her novellas and shorts. So, when I heard that Her Soul To Take was a full-length novel, my life became complete. I’ve been (very obviously) stuck in a reading rut lately. I haven’t been reading as much, and it’s been taking me AGES to read a book. Imagine my surprise when outside of me being hypercritical in the first chapter (this is the first sign of a reading rut), I couldn’t help but turn the page. I devoured this book and could not put this book down. It was that good.

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Review | Act Your Age, Eve Brown

Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert

Title: Act Your Age, Eve BrownAuthor: Talia HibbertSeries: Book 3 – The Brown Sisters (1, 2)Genre: RomancePublisher: Avon an imprint of HarperCollinsPublication: March 9th, 2021Read: March 2021Format: Audiobook & eBookPages: 400Length: 10 hours & 51 minutesRating: 5 Caffeinated StarsContent Warning: Childhood Neglect, Anti-Autistic Ableism Goodreads Summary: In Act Your Age, Eve Brown the flightiest Brown […]

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Review | Much Ado About You

Title: Much Ado About YouAuthor: Samantha YoungGenre: Contemporary RomancePublisher: BerkleyPublication: February 2nd, 2021Read: January 2021Format: Digital ARCPages: 308Rating: 4 Caffeinated StarsContent Warnings: Groping, racism, substance abuse Goodreads Summary: At thirty-three-years old Evangeline Starling’s life in Chicago is missing that special something. And when she’s passed over for promotion at work, Evie realizes she needs to […]

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Review | The Roommate

When I saw this book on NetGalley, I knew I needed to read it. Unfortunately, life got in the way, which means I ended up buying the audiobook instead. I tend to buy the audiobook anytime I’m late in the review game. I’m delighted that I bought the audiobook because the narrators were great! Brittany Pressley & Teddy Hamilton brought the book to life. At times, I did wish that the female voices were just a bit different, but other than that, they did a fantastic job.

With COVID-19 and a lot of personal issues, I’ve been filling my life with romance, and this book was exactly what I needed. The Roommate is one of those books that will make you smile. It was well written, humorous, and incredibly spicy. Don’t let the cutesy cover fool you. This book packs a lot of steam, and I was here for it.

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Review | The Boyfriend Project

I haven’t read a book by Farrah Rochon, so when I saw The Boyfriend Project offered up on NetGalley, I had to jump at the opportunity. Luckily for me, I also received the audiobook from Libro.fm through their influencers program. I’ve been struggling with reading books so listening to the audiobook was a glorious thing. Je Nie Fleming did a fantastic job narrating this book. I’m so impressed with her narrations that I added her to my favorite narrator’s list.

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Review | Take a Hint, Dani Brown

As many of you know, Talia Hibbert quickly became one of my favorite romance authors last year. So, I was extremely excited to get the ARC of Take a Hint, Dani Brown. Unfortunately, due to a death in the family, this book went to the back burner. I finally found the energy to read, but my focus was all over the place. Instead of reading the ARC, I bought the audiobook from Libro.fm and dived in.

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Review | Black Tangled Heart by Samantha Young

Black Tangled Heart lives up to its title. Each character is tangled up with pain to the point where I questioned if some of the characters were redeemable. In the first half of the book, we got to see Jane and Jamie grow up, and I loved watching their relationship flourish. Both characters were well written, and I enjoyed seeing them grow up. With that said, I have to say that I struggled to read some of the sexual scenes.

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Review | Kiss of Shadow by S. Young

Kiss of Vengeance is the second book in the True Immortality series by S. Young. As many of you know, I’m a huge fan of Samantha Young & I thoroughly enjoyed War of Hearts. When I received this book, I was extremely excited to dive into it, but it just wasn’t my favorite. It had many of the elements I love, but at times it fell flat.

This book was a slow burn with an enemy to lover trope feel.

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Review | Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

I read this book a few months ago, thanks to Libro.fm’s influencer program. I saw quite a few of my favorite blogs reviewing/talking about this book, so I knew I had to read it. I’ve waited a while to write this book review simply because I loved it so much. Get A Life, Chloe Brown is one of those books that will stay with you for a while after. I struggled to write this book review because nothing will do justice to how much I loved this book. I seriously want to shove it into everyone’s hands and tell them to read it.

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#FaeFriday | 2.21.2020

It’s Friday!!! That means it’s time to participate in #FaeFriday! This week we’re talking about iron! Iron is known to ward off faeries and, in some instances, limit the Fae’s powers. So The prompt this week is:

What is something that sucks the magic out of a book?

The wonderful @Leah_Books created this prompt! Please link to her blog http://www.leahbooksandcooks.com.

There are a few things that suck the magic out of books for me. The main one is the lack of character development.

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