Review of “The Biker’s Dirty Virgin (A Naughty Single Father Novel)”, by Blythe Reid

An MC President falls for a new employee.  Spencer Marx is the President of a Motorcycle club with two young boys to raise. He owns a motorcycle shop and parts store and is ex-military.

Alissa is new to town, and about ten years younger than Spencer, she is looking for a job and lives across the street from Spencer’s shop, so she decides to apply there. Spencer hires her on the spot after meeting her.

The sex scenes were alright, but at times they were inappropriate and the first time Spencer and Alissa have sex is a little awkward.

Spencer appears to be a bad ass biker in the first paragraph, but it does not continue that way throughout the book. This book is a quick read. For me, it needed a bit more tweaking, for it to really compete in the saturated genre.

First blog post

This is my first blog post ever.

I am starting this because I want to be able to review books that I read in a place that I felt comfortable doing so. I’m an avid reader of romance and I wanted to share my thoughts on the books that I read as well as the writers who write them. I love crime and suspense as well, so I look forward to reading more of this and reviewing the books.


Review of “Lost and Found (A Bad Boy Romance)”, by Sienna Ciles @HGRomanceDeals

Enjoyable read about a woman, Bethany, who has a great job and a good life, but no boyfriend. She is going home for her class reunion and wants to make a great impression on her former classmates. She wants everyone to think she has the perfectly rounded life. Great job and great love life. She chickens out on hiring someone before she leaves the city to go back to her hometown. Until she walks into the diner not far from home and sees a good looking guy sitting at the counter playing on his phone. This makes her rethink her plan.

Ransom, a young man on a mission. Bethany asks him to help her out and offers to pay him handsomely, but he refuses the money. He wants a favor from her in return for him to play her boyfriend for a long weekend. She finally agrees and things begin to heat up.
These two start out awkward at first, but things begin to get interesting between them and they get more comfortable with each other.

This was my second book to read by Sienna Ciles, and I don’t think it will be my last. I really liked how the suspense was drawn out through the book and you didn’t know the back story up front. It made the book that more interesting to me and made me want to get to the reason for Ransom’s favor request to Bethany.

Review of “An Endless Kind of Love”, by Krista Lakes (A Kinds of Love Series book) @KristaLakes

Dylan Abbott sold his company and moved to Colorado to work with his friends on their ranch, so he could feel like he was making a difference. This ranch was for foster kids to have some place to go and experience ranch life. He spent too many years of his life concentrating on his company and didn’t make time for his family. Now he has a purpose in life but doesn’t realize there is still something missing until one stormy night.

Bonnie Kincaid is on the run and her car breaks down on a deserted road in Colorado. It’s pouring down rain and her cell phone is out of range for any towers to connect. Will she be able to get her car fixed so that she can keep moving, or will she be stuck here and found by those she’s running from?

This was a sweet love story, with some suspense mixed in. The characters were well formed and likable. This is the third book in the series and I have not read the others, but I did enjoy reading Dylan and Bonnie’s story. I was glad that Dylan and Bonnie were able to find their Endless Love.

If you are a fan of sweet romance, then this is a good book to read.

Review of “Last Man She’d Love”, by Summerita Rhayne @rosieamber1 @SummeritaRhayne #RBRT

A Great Story! This is a great love story. It is light and funny, but very honest. The characters are very relatable and likeable. Guy is a business man who is not looking for a permanent relationship, but when he starts working with Lyna his attraction begins and does not let up. He begins to flirt with her and because she is reserved and engaged, she does not give in to his flirting. She feels a pull to him, but she is engaged to another man and ignores the pull. Lyna’s engagement is a business deal. She isn’t in love with Brijesh, nor is she really attracted to him. She agreed to marry him  because he promised to give her a production company of her own.

Guy is the oldest child and feels the family obligation very strongly. When he and Lyna are video taped kissing, and the video goes viral, things get complicated between the two. Lyna has issues already with her fiancé and is trying to get out of the engagement. Both families have some issues and Guy and Lyna are trying to please their families. I love Dadu and his eccentricity and keeping with tradition. He is a force to be rekoned with when it comes to the family and they all do their best to keep him happy, the only one who will stand up to him is Guy.

I give this story a 4.5 star review. If you like a book that is light and funny, but will keep you turning the pages, especially towards the end, this is a great book to read. I love the chemistry between Guy and Lyna, and the way that they each deal with their family issues is different, but gentle.

I look forward to reading more books by Summerita in the future.

ARC Review of “Vistaria Has Fallen”, by Tracy Cooper-Posey @TracyCP

Wow! Great story!

Vistaria is a Latin country that is in turmoil and on the brink of a rebellion take over. Calli goes to Vistaria after a phone from her Uncle Joshua, who lives there running a silver mine.  He called to ask Calli to come to Vistaria to help with is daughter, Millie, Calli’s younger cousin. Calli finds trouble shortly after she lands in Vistaria and has no idea how she will get out of it.

This story is full suspense, action, and twists that will keep you wondering what will happen next, as well as who can be trusted. The characters are well rounded and very likable. The men are strong but show vulnerability as well. They love their country and want the best for it. They are also very passionate about the women they love. Calli is a woman who has issues from a past relationship, but learns that she is stronger than she thought, and her strength can help her as much as hurt her.

I loved this book and give it 5 stars. I hated for the book to end. I want more of Nick and Calli, and there were some other questions that need answering at the end of the story. If you like a love story with some action and suspense,  and a strong hero and heroine, then Vistaria Has Fallen is a good book to read. The love story between the characters in this story will make you happy as well as want to cry at times.

I look forward to reading more of this series in the future. I want to know what happens now.

Tracy you did a great job with this book and the wait will be hard, but I know it will be worth it for the next book to come out.

Sunday thoughts and ramblings – my first non-book review post.

This weekend I’m writing a paper for my English Seminar course, Doubt and Knowledge. We are reading religious books from very early centuries, and I have to write a reflection paper on one of the readings we have done so far. I chose the book “The Life of Christina of Markyate”, to do my reflection paper on. While I was beginning the paper, I began to wish I had some Twizzlers to eat while writing. Then I began to wonder, why do I need something to eat while I am writing? Whenever I have a paper to write for a class, I have Twizzlers on hand so that I can munch on it while I am thinking and writing the paper. I have noticed that some of my favorite authors will talk about food that they have on hand when writing as well.

It’s funny how I lost my train of thought on my paper, which by the way is 2.5 pages out of a 5 page paper, but I am able to ramble on my blog post. I guess it’s just that I needed a break from the MUST write paper, and do some rambling, and hopefully my mind will begin to work again for the paper I need to write.

I am one semester and a half away from graduating with my BA in English. Now mind you I am no longer in my 20’s, I am a mature woman with three wonderful, grown children, one married, and two beautiful grandchildren, but I did not go the traditional route when I graduated high school, and I decided to go to college after my children were born and in school full time. This semester is my final English course to have my credits for my major, and then next semester I have to take a Biology course, yuck!, to complete my degree and graduate in May 2018. It has taken me 12 years to get here, since I only take one class each semester, Spring, Summer, and Fall, because I work a full-time job, and was raising a family. I changed my major and minor around once, rather than quit because I was not getting the grades I wanted. I also had to take a few semesters off throughout those 12 years, due to surgeries and other extenuating circumstances.

Happy Sunday!

Review of “Risk”, Nina Lavine’s contribution to “The Vault”

I loved Risk! This story has so much in it, from humor, passion, to great characters. I love Owen and Charlize. Charlize’s life needs a boost and she finally gets it when she meets Owen North by accident. Owen meets a woman who finally makes him stand up and take notice after a broken marriage and some problems with his company. This story had me laughing at the first page and kept me interested through the entire story. I love Nina’s writing and look forward to more of Owen and Charlize.

I absolutely love Charlize. Her unconventional ways and her feistiness only make her a better character. Owen is enthralled by her when he first meets her and it does not change as he gets to know her better. I love that Charlize is so quirky. The heat between Owen and Charlize just keeps getting hotter as they get to know each other and work together.
I give this book 5 stars. I look forward to reading more of Owen and Charlize’s story.
Great job, Nina. I love your stories and always look forward to reading your books.



This book is part of the series: The Vault — A Sinfully Sexy Collection
He’s her boss. 
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Hell, I fucking live for the adrenaline rush it gives me.
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When Charlize Cohen walks into my life, she proves to be the biggest risk I’ll ever take.
I throw all my strategies out the window.
I ignore all the alarm bells going off.
I lose my damn mind.
I’m free-falling.
She’s the biggest adrenaline rush of my life, but she might also be the rush that crashes my life to the ground.
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