Review of Mason: Project Arma Book 4 by Nyssa Kathryn

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Mason “Eagle” Ross is the watcher of the team. None of the team trusts easily, but when Sage comes to town to care for Lexi while she’s pregnant and be the team doctor, Mason keeps close watch of her. Not just because he doesn’t trust her, but also because he’s always seen her as his other half.

Dr. Sage Porter has a secret and she isn’t sure she can tell Mason about her secret because it could mean more danger for her and someone close to her. She is a determined woman herself and is focused on her task of helping the only way she can. She may question her contact, but she’s just as loyal to her family as the men of Marble Protection.

The men of Marble Protection have good reason for their trust issues, but once they have that trust you have their protection and friendship unless that trust is broken. They are loyal, sexy, protective and determined men and they have each other’s backs as well as anyone else they deem to be family. This story is full of secrets, passion, suspense, danger and non-stop action. It has wonderful characters that you can’t help but fall in love with and want them to succeed in their efforts to bring down Project Arma once and for all. They keep getting close, but someone always seems to find a way to get free. In this story we’re introduced to a new team, and I am keeping my fingers crossed that it means that we will have even more books in this series. I give this book a 5-star review and I am looking forward to more in the series and I cannot wait for Wyatt’s book!

Cover Reveal: Bound by Redemption by Ryan Michele @Ryan_Michele @EJBookPromos

Title: Bound by Redemption
Series: Bound Series Book #8
Author: Ryan Michele
Release Date: February 21, 2021
Cover Design by Cassy Roop, Pink Ink Designs
Photography by Golden Czermak, FuriousFotog
Models: David & Kayla Cook

Micah and Ensley’s story continues…
Micah thought he was on the right path, making amends with the Ravage MC and taking responsibility for his daughter Remy.
Suddenly everything turned on its head.
Now he along with the brothers of the Ravage MC have a serious task.
Figure out who is responsible for the chaos surrounding them.
Can he do this, keep his woman and child safe and prove to the brothers of the MC that he is ready to be a part of their family?
**This book is not a standalone. You must read Bound by Consequences before this book.”

Ryan Michele is the Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling author of over 40 romantic suspense novels. She found her passion bringing fictional characters to life, being in an imaginative world where anything is possible. Her knack for the unexpected twists and turns will have you on the edge of your seat with each page. She is best known for her alpha, bad boy bikers and strong, independent heroines who refuse to back down. When she’s not writing, you can find her on her swing, watching the water ripple in the pond and plotting her next book.


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A lonely social worker.
A biker behind bars.
Can their red-hot passion set them free?

What if your first love was your one true love? Eight years ago, Puck broke Ava’s heart. She picked up the pieces, patched them together, and kept going. Yet she never forgot him. When Puck sauntered through her office door at work, she was shocked to find a brawny, tatted-up biker dressed in an orange jumpsuit with the word INMATE stamped on the back.

What if you rediscovered the passion you carelessly threw away in your youth? For Puck, the only good thing about his trip to the jailhouse social worker’s office was finding Ava again. All grown up, she looked luscious, and he bet she tasted even better.

Breaking up seemed like the right thing to do at the time, but no other woman could replace Ava. Fate brought them together again and Puck wouldn’t make the same mistake twice. Ava was his property and he’d bring her to heel—no matter what it took. If that included blackmail, so be it. A biker never won by playing fair.

But what happens in jail doesn’t always stay in jail, and dark forces conspire to divert destiny and tear these lovers apart. Will their love survive a second trial?

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About Monique

Growing up in New York City, I used to walk the hot pavements in the melting heat of the long summers, and dream. Uptown to downtown, eastside to the westside, and underground to catch a subway racing out into the boroughs.

During my wanderings, my magic pencil spun out fantasies full of romance, with first meetings, heartbreaks, and reunions. Sometimes my boy crush (unrequited, of course) starred as the hero.

I grew up, and after a stint in art school, became a lawyer ‘cuz a woman’s got to make a living. I came from parents who fled to France as refugees, and as an attorney, I dedicated my work to helping survivors of trauma and persecution.

I believe in them. In their grit, in their determination to hold on, to pull through and, somehow, someway, to keep themselves intact, body and soul.
Perhaps that is why I am drawn to writing stories of men and women who live through heart-rending pain, desperate yearnings and, ultimately, reach a place of redemption.

For a long time, I fought the urge to veer off the expected, safe path until I couldn’t go on unless I took a chance and made a change. I began to write, stopped, and began again. Finally, I gave in and here I am.

Come join me on my journey…

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Review of Leith: A Dark Scottish Mafia Romance (Mountain Men) by Jane Henry @ArdentPRose

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Private, broody, protective and very sexy, Leith Cowen, is the Captain of the Cowen Clan now, but his father still tries to run the Clan from the shadows. Leith always feels that he has to prove himself to his father as well as the Clan. He does things differently than his father, but he still expects the respect from his family and his men.

Cairstina lives in fear most of the time from her own family. She wants to get away and find a life of peace and happiness, but her handicap puts her at a disadvantage. When she finds herself in a dangerous position, she’s sure that she won’t have to worry about the danger at home any longer because she may not make it to see the next day.

I love Jane Henry’s Mafia Romance books. Her Irish Mafia Romance stories were some of my favorites, but the Scottish Clan is right up there, and I’ve only read one book so far. The Cowen Clan is a private family that likes to keep their whereabouts and their family name and business quiet. They have their connections that know who and what they are, and they are a dangerous clan to cross. I love the family, characters, story and I am looking forward to so many more of this family. The story has a darkness, but there is a lightness as well. I love the interaction between the women in this story and how they are strong and independent, but that the men of the family will do everything in their power to protect and keep the women safe. Leith takes his role as Clan Captain very seriously and Cairstina brings out such a different side of him. I give this story a 5-star review and cannot wait for more of the Mountain Men.

Release Day: Leith: A Dark Scottish Mafia Romance (Mountain Men) by Jane Henry @ArdentPRose


Cairstina Reilly was locked in silence when I found her.
When I ravaged my way through weak men to save her.

When I killed for her. 

Now our fates are tangled together in a web of lies, danger, and betrayal.

I have to take her hostage. 
Drag her from her silent, private world,
And force her into mine. 

In my Clan’s enclave deep in the wild Scottish Highlands, 
no one will find us and our secret will be safe…

But I’m not the only one with secrets. 

Cairstina thinks her silence will protect her.
But only I can do that. 

And the sooner my bonnie lass learns to trust me,
The sooner I can set her free from everything that’s held her captive…

Everything except me.

“Do you want me to touch you?” She nods vehemently, and swallows as she grabs at my hand again.

“Ah, ah,” I tease. “You were a naughty girl today. It won’t be that easy.”

She frowns and gives me a questioning look.

“Did you give me the book when I asked earlier?” She bites her lip and shakes her head. “Did you smack me in the kitchen when I teased you?” She squeezes her eyes shut.

“Look at me, lass.”

I’m not angry with her, but I have been waiting for an excuse to punish her. I want to feel her skin beneath my palm. I want to see her cry out in pain before I make it better.

She obeys, opening her wide blue eyes to capture mine.

“You know what I’ve told you.” She nods. The next thing I know, she’s scrambling up onto her knees, practically throwing herself over the arm of the couch. She wriggles her little heart-shaped arse, offering herself to be punished.


“You think I should give you the spanking you’ve earned?”

She nods, pretending to be repentant, but I can tell how badly she wants this.

“It must not be proper punishment if you want it. I ought to do a better job this time.”

I stand beside her, place my palm on her lower back, then slam my hand against the fullest part of her arse. Her head snaps back, and I spank her again. My handprint blooms against her pale white skin, a pink-shaped mark that makes my cock throb.

I rub the place I’ve just spanked. “I think you like your spanking, don’t you?”

USA Today bestselling author Jane Henry pens stern but loving alpha heroes, feisty heroines, and emotion-driven happily-ever-afters. She writes what she loves to read: kink with a tender touch. Jane is a hopeless romantic who lives on the East Coast with a houseful of children and her very own Prince Charming.

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Now Live! Captured (Everyday Heroes World) by S. Nelson @authorsnelson1 @GiveMeBooksPR

Title: Captured
An Everyday Heroes World Novel
Author: S. Nelson
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: January 28, 2021

To say I survived the unimaginable isn’t exactly accurate, because I didn’t. I’m alive. But I’m not living. I’m existing, clawing my way from one day to the next. My only saving grace is my job as a police officer, and it’s during a routine traffic stop one evening when the threads of my isolated existence begin to unravel. One glance from Quinn Harris and I feel like I’m dreaming. And the more chance brings us together, the more I’m powerless to stop the uneasy feeling that I’m losing control. She stirs up thoughts of something new and unexpected—of a life I’m no longer prepared to handle. 
I’m done with men. I trusted my ex and he broke my heart. But life doesn’t seem to want to follow my plan, which is evident the moment I meet Nolan Bennett. He doesn’t score high on first impressions. In fact, he is downright rude. But as we continue to run into each other, I start to see another side of him, and I can’t deny I’m intrigued. Against my better judgment, I give him a chance. But again, life will step in and take over. Only this time I don’t think either of us will survive. Not with an unknown link between us too painful to overcome.


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Beautiful weather used to enhance my good moods in the past, but seeing the sun shining brightly, high in the sky, and feeling the warm breeze on the side of my face as I drove only seemed to aggravate me. On the days when it was dark and gloomy, I felt harmony because my surroundings were reflective of the turmoil I constantly battled. I was more at peace when the world appeared desolate.
When I finally arrived at the address, I took a moment before I exited my cruiser, calling on whatever hierarchy there was in the universe to give me the strength to complete my task. It’d gotten easier over time to deal with the public, but I still struggled with the interactions, although no one ever detected such a thing. Most just categorized me as an asshole, and I was fine with the assessment.
Opening my door, I slid out of my seat and adjusted my duty belt as I rounded the back of the vehicle, flipping on my shades to shield my eyes from the blinding sun. Up ahead, I saw a woman standing in the archway of the complex. If she was aware of my presence, she didn’t show it, so I took the time to assess her, as I did everyone I came into contact with.
She was thin, approximately five-six with long dark hair. She wore a black skirt, white top, and black heels. On her left wrist was a silver banded watch. She carried what looked to be a laptop case on her right shoulder. The closer I approached, the more I was able to see more of her, but it wasn’t until she turned to face me that I realized I’d seen her before.
The prior evening, in fact.
Standing near her now, in the light of day, in a drastically different scenario, a pang of remorse washed over me. To say feeling bad was an oddity for me was an understatement. I hardly ever gave people a second thought, let alone harbored any sense of guilt about my interactions.
There was a chance she wouldn’t recognize me as the same officer who pulled her over last night. If that was the case, then I would remain as quiet as possible and get this over with quickly so I could get back to dealing with the rest of my day.
Any hope I had that she viewed me as a complete stranger died when her eyes narrowed into slits and the corners of her mouth turned down.
“This is just great,” she mumbled loud enough for me to hear, and I didn’t know if it was her tone or the blatant look of disgust on her face from having to stand near me, but a part of me that had been dormant for as long as I could remember flicked back to life during the unpleasant interaction.
The moment was fleeting, but I held on to it for as long as possible before it faded into obscurity. The snarkiness in her voice pricked my senses. Everyone else I encountered either left me alone completely or engaged me briefly, their tones restrained and cautious, most likely because of my body language: that and the constant scowl on my face.
But the woman standing ten feet from me piqued my curiosity, all while she treated me with an iota of disdain.
Now, if she’d only stop glaring at me, I could attempt to make amends for last night.


S. Nelson grew up with a love of reading and a very active imagination, never putting pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard until 2013.
Her passion to create was overwhelming, and within a few months she’d written her first novel, Stolen Fate. When she isn’t engrossed in creating one of the many stories rattling around inside her head, she loves to read and travel as much as she can. 
She lives in the Northeast with her husband and two dogs, enjoying the ever changing seasons.







Review of Captured (Everyday Heroes World) by S. Nelson @authorsnelson1 @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5

Quinn Harris thought she had met the man she would spend the rest of her life with, but one fateful day opened her eyes, and she is now single and determined to stay that way for a while. The pain and loss of trust makes her focus more on her job and doing it well. She’s not ready for another relationship right now. She’s had enough pain in her life for the past three years that she’s determined to focus on herself and her job. She loves what she does and wants to do right by her clients and make them her priority.

Nolan Bennett was once a happy man that could joke and smile, but all of that changed a few years ago and now he’s happy to be on patrol without a partner. He doesn’t joke or smile at all now and his mood is always dark. He’s a loner and the only person he talks to is his younger brother, the only member of his family left.

The first meeting of these two was tense and Nolan was rude and detached from the situation. The second meeting, Quinn was not happy that this was the officer assigned to meet her at her client’s house, and Nolan was embarrassed for his previous behavior when he saw Quinn again. These two seemed to be in each other’s paths now and nothing could prepare them for the way things would work out. Neither of them was looking for a relationship, but how could they deny the intensity they felt when they would see each other? Whether it was fate that brought them together or something else, these two were meant for each other. If for no other reason than to heal each other. This story was tragic, amusing at times, heartbreaking at other times, but a beautiful story none the less. I loved it and give it a 4.5-star review. I love S. Nelson’s books; they are always a great read for me. I look forward to more of these stories and hope that there will be one with Will’s story.

My ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Lunatic: Ruthless Asylum, Book 1 by K.L. Savage @klsavage_author @GiveMeBooksPR #TuesdayBookBlog

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Oh my! This book was a wild ride of emotions. It is a story about some very difficult illnesses and the people that have to live with them. However, it’s done is such a great way. I think what really hit me in this book was Chloe’s anger at Reaper and her statement to him. “They are stronger than you think. They are not fragile.” Her anger shows just how strong she is. I love the characters and the story. It’s tragic, haunting and beautiful.

I love Reaper even more in this story as it shows such a different side to him and how much he gives to family no matter how long he has known them or their circumstances. He’s a wonderful man that will do anything for those he cares about. The entire Ruthless crew is that way and even though they drive Reaper crazy with their shenanigans, craziness, or how their minds may be cracked, Reaper will always stand beside them and help and protect them.

I love Chloe and Jessica; they are the perfect match for Zain and he’s a great character. I can’t wait for more of the Ruthless Asylum stories and characters. I think with each character and book that K. L. Savage writes in this series and break out series, get better with each book. I give this story a 5-star review and am so looking forward to more of the Ruthless Kings and Ruthless Asylum series to come. If you like your books with a touch of crazy, you’ll love these books!

Release Blitz for Lunatic: Ruthless Asylum, Book 1 by K.L. Savage @klsavage_author @GiveMeBooksPR #TuesdayBookBlog

Title: Lunatic
Series: Ruthless Asylum #1
Author: K.L. Savage
Genre: Dark Romantic Suspense
Release Date: January 26, 2021


Mania: A mental illness consisting of episodes of profound excitement, euphoria, delusions, and over-activity.

I deal with highs and lows, but somehow, I end up making the best of it.
My family disowned me, but family is the reason why I’m in Vegas.
Even with my inability to think straight, I end up being in charge of a bunch of runaway mental patients.
Control doesn’t exist if someone is fighting their mind. We have to break in order to mend.
Hence, The Asylum.
A sanctuary for lost causes.
Where crazy can roam free, and compulsions can be let loose.
My nephew says as long as it stays at The Asylum, we won’t have problems.
What fun would it be if problems didn’t exist?

And my problem is in the shape of a dancer, twirling on the front lawn in the middle of the night.
Her laughter is music.
Her beauty is timeless.
And my mania has kicked in overdrive.
When I’m obsessed with something, it’s more than what the normal person feels.
If I can’t have her, no one can.
If I can’t have her, I’ll die.
And I’ll make sure she’ll die too.
I’m a lunatic who has found the living breathing version of his mania.


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I lean back on my elbows and stare up at the sky. The stars twinkle and blink, and the endless abyss is a blanket of black, with slight hues of dark blue. The open space that allows me to see the countless constellations has me a little more mesmerized than I ought to be. It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to see something that hasn’t been blocked by bars on the outside of a window.
I’ll never take anything beautiful for granted.
“It’s such a gorgeous night!” a sweet, harmonic voice says from out of nowhere.
I sit up and glance around, staring back and forth to see if I can spot who the voice belongs to. I don’t see a damn thing. “Shit, maybe Reaper is right. I don’t need to be drinking right now.” I set the beer down and rub my eyes, fucking exhausted. It’s hard to sleep when my mind is always on, constantly with the thoughts, and battling the urge to not fucking lose it.
A giggle from my left wakes me up. I stand and run down the steps, wondering where the hell it is coming from.
“So much space!” The angelic tone is a song filtering through the exhaustion.
She’s getting closer now. It’s cold out here, and dark. What if she’s lost? She’ll need help. I spin around again, staring over the outline of the cactuses, but then the scuff and grind of sand sounds from behind me. I turn, holding my breath when the faint glow of the porch light illuminates against platinum blonde hair. Her arms are above her head, and she’s smiling as if she isn’t in forty-degree weather wearing a black dress that blends in with the night. Her skin is the color of cream, the kind someone puts in their coffee.
I’m enamored.
I stand there, staring at the most beautiful creature I’ve ever seen, watching her spin and dip like she’s a ballerina. Her movements are smooth and effortless, like waves in the sea, flowing in constant sets of perfection. One arm reaches out, like she’s stretching to touch an object that has her attention, and damn it, I wish it was me. Her back leg lifts and her dress dips low in the back and the material in the front falls over the leg on the ground.
My thoughts start to race, imagining her in my arms in bed, kissing her plump lips that are red from the cold air of the night, grabbing her tits that bounce with every graceful move she makes, and wanting her to be mine.
Only mine.
It’s dangerous when a man like me wants so deeply because I don’t have the ability to let go.
And I know if she were to ever be mine, I wouldn’t allow her to let go.
I’d take her will.
I’d take her freedom.
I’d take.
Until all there was in her world was me. All she could ever want is me.


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Review of Bound by Consequences:Bound #7 (Ravage MC, Book 16) by Ryan Michele @EJBookPromos @Ryan_Michele #TuesdayBookBlog

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Micah was an outcast in his family. He never felt as if he fit in, until he grew up and realized how short live could be and how his family The Ravage MC actually had each other’s backs and would stand up for their family and protect them at all cost. He couldn’t see that when he was a kid and he caused a lot of trouble and turmoil with the club right up to the time he left, four years ago to join the Marines. Now he’s back and he has a lot to answer for. Now that he’s a man he is ready to prove his loyalty to the MC and take his punishment for all of the trouble he caused over the years. He just hopes it’s not too little too late.

Cyrus “Ensley” is a woman that just wants the freedom to live her life on her terms. If not for a chance meeting almost three years ago she would still be under the thumb of her father and family, luckily that meeting gave her the strength and determination to leave and make a life for herself. Her shock at seeing Micah again now has her terrified that her life will be turned upside down and her freedom will be taken away from her.

I loved this story. There is so much turmoil and angst, but the characters are great, and the story was an awesome read. I love the Ravage MC’s men and women. They are tough, loyal, dangerous and protective of their own, whether they are blood or not. There were a few times I wanted to scream at some of them to stop and listen to people and maybe be a little less sharp to get their pay back for what a “kid” said or did, but overall, the book was a great read and I look forward to the next book in the series. I also realized that I have some catching up to do as well on these guys. I give this book a 5-star review and am anxiously waiting for more!