Presley has just gotten out of a long-term relationship and is looking to fulfill some of her secret fantasies. Dimitri is the owner and a Master at the exclusive, Club Sin. Presley is excited about joining the club but she is also a bundle of nerves. Dimitri manages to calm her down and fulfill her wildest dreams. Claimed is the first in the Club Sin series. I enjoyed Bared, the second book, so much, that I bought Claimed and proceeded to read it in about an hour. I just could…

Slick as Ides by Chanse Lowell cover

Slick as Ides by Chanse Lowell was my first foray into erotic romance, and I have to say that this wasn’t the best book to get me started. Ides is an incredibly intelligent computer hacker and inventor, worth millions of dollars and currently undergoing a lawsuit that claims one of her inventions can be used criminally rather than for good. She is a recluse, intensely shy about the outside world as a result of her germ phobia, which makes her frequently use hand sanitizer and clean every inch of her…


REVIEW: Unbound by Cara McKenna


Merry is on a voyage of discovery – self and otherwise – in the Scottish Highlands when things all go a bit wrong and she ends up falling on the mercy of a gruff hermit whose demeanour purposely hides some pretty dark secrets. Although he tries hard to keep up his defences around her, her natural charm – or incessant talking perhaps – finally break through but that new connection just makes Rob more determined to hide his ‘real’ self. I read the excerpt for Unbound in the back of…

EL James - Fifty Shades of Grey

Carolyn The Fifty Shades series seems to be one that you either love or hate. Although I’m in the former camp, I wasn’t immune to its flaws. This is a series that started its life as Twilight fan fiction, which was then picked up by Arrow Books and published in April 2012. The editing is the one aspect I felt was lacking, with repetitive phrases and words that did challenge my tolerance and frustration limits. However, despite these glaring flaws I loved this series, to the point that I literally…

The Mistress UK cover

Since the cliff-hanger at the end of the previous novel, The Prince, I have been dying to see how Reisz intended to resolve what has come to be one of my favourite series in the last year. True, she doesn’t hold back, and this book is a hell of a ride, but it did not meet the dizzying heights of the previous instalments. The Mistress opens not long after the end of The Prince, with Nora kidnapped by an old acquaintance of Soren and Kingsley. This acquaintance has a score…


Fire Inside is book two in Ashley’s Chaos series, which are romances involving hot biker heroes. This story is about Hop and Lanie whose relationship had already been referred to in Own the Wind, and Lanie’s story originally began in Motorcycle Man. I would highly recommend you read both before picking up Fire Inside. Lanie is stylish, chic, owns her own ad agency, a beautiful home and a stunning car. But she’s damaged and has never recovered from her previous fiancé’s terrible actions that saw both her and her best…


Gemma Thrill Seeker really took me by complete surprise. The saying “never judge a book by its cover” is really apt here. With the almost 50 Shades-esqueness to the cover, the colouring and innocent picture of a man in a suit with a woman’s hand stretching out to slip under the jacket, I’ll be honest, I didn’t expect such a dark tale of one woman’s journey into trying to fill the void left behind by her very Dom ex-boyfriend. From the get-go, Lloyd pulls no punches in establishing that this is…




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