Flirting Under a Full Moon

You know when you pick up a book with lots of high expectations and realise too soon that it isn’t quite going to make it? Sadly, Flirting Under a Full Moon was just like that. I’ve read some of Chase’s Strange Neighbours series and enjoyed them and this new trilogy is set in the same world, with guest appearances from characters from the Strange Neighbours books. Our hero is Nick, ex-policeman, turned private detective who also happens to be a werewolf. Our heroine, Brandee, is a waitress and photographer who…


Weekly Roundup – 20th April 2014

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Hi Guys! Hope you’re having a great weekend. Here’s the low down on what happened at BCC this week… FEATURES & REVIEWS Love’s Rhythm by Lexxie Couper (Contemporary Romance) 3 Stars Wrecked by Priscilla West (Contemporary Romance) 2 Stars Top Ten: Carolyn’s Top Ten Horror Books New Series Alert: The Devils by Donna Hosie/ Wayward Fighters by J.C. Valentine Bookish News: Gender and Books, RIP Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Bookish Deals & More! LAURA’S ROUNDUP I have well and truly had a terrible reading month. I have been suffering a lot…


After reading and completely adoring Lick by Kylie Scott last year, I have been on the hunt for another seriously good rock star romance. Love’s Rhythm came up on offer on Kindle, the first in a rock star series so I thought I would give it a whirl. The story in itself is quite simple and follows a familiar romance trope, Nick and Lauren were each other’s first love, the life and fame get in the way, fast forward fifteen years and they meet again. Simple, cute, but still good….


Saved by the Rancher got off to a great start. It’s darkly compelling as we watch brutalised Jenna try to escape the clutches of her violent and obsessive ex-husband. I found myself completely sucked into the story from the onset. The chapters whisked by and I read her escape and plight with fascination. In fact, the whole book was very readable, written in a pacy and easy way. It does centre around very violent domestic abuse and even the very first scenes are shocking, so it might not be for…


Weekly Roundup – 6th April

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Hi Guys! Hope you’re having a great weekend. Here’s the low down on what happened at BCC this week… FEATURES & REVIEWS Holding Out for a Hero by Amy Andrews (Contemporary Romance) 3 Stars The Ophelia Prophecy by Sharon Lynn Fisher (Science Fiction Romance) 2.5 Stars 100 Books in a Year: Open Thread for April New Series Alert: Grimm Agency by J.C Nelson / House Immortal by Devon Monk Weekend Reads: New Series by Charlaine Harris, Zombies and Cowboys Bookish News: Bookstore Says Ebooks Will Decline, Woolf Letter on Display, Bookish Deals & More! LAURA’s ROUNDUP To…

Midnight Crossroad

What are you reading this weekend? Anything you think we should be reading, or maybe your current read is just a bit… bleh. Whether you’re loving or hating your current read, we want to know about it! We love to hear about books (as if you didn’t know). Here’s a run down on what we’ll be reading this weekend: Carolyn – I currently have two books on the go, which I hope to devour somewhat this weekend. The first is Midnight Crossroad by Charlaine Harris, the first in her new…


Holding out for a Hero wasn’t quite what I expected after seeing the front cover, the cover kind of screams biker romance to me, which I have kind of developed a bit of a soft spot for. Also from memory I don’t think the hero rides a motorbike once in the novel. Non matching book covers are a bit of a bug bear of mine. So, anyway there is a bike in the story, in the prologue but our heroine rides into town on it for her mother’s funeral. She…




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