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REVIEW: Derision - Trisha Wolfe

Title: Derision
Author: Trisha Wolfe
Series: standalone
Genre: Dark romantic/erotic suspense
Rating: ****

Will I submit? Um, yes. Yes I will. Sir.

“I’m going to debase you in the most lovely way.” 149 more words

2016

REVIEW: Deception - Fiona Davenport

Title: Deception
Author: Fiona Davenport
Series: Mafia Ties #1
Genre: romance
Rating: ****

This is a short, sizzling read – I finished it in less than an hour – leaving you absolutely desperate for more. 84 more words

2016

REVIEW: Walk - Cora Brent

Title: Walk
Author: Cora Brent
Series: Gentry Boys #6 (standalone in a series)
Genre: romance
Rating: ****

This book is in no way perfect; a lot of it felt like an attempt to appease loyal readers with complicated family histories and perfect relationships from the previous instalments, as much as setting up the next book. 168 more words

2016

REVIEW: Claimed - M. Never

Title: Claimed
Author: M. Never
Series: Decadence After Dark #2
Page count: 269
Genre: dark erotic romance
Rating: ****

Claimed begins a year after the conclusion of Owned, following Kayne and Ellie’s journey back to one another. 193 more words

2016

REVIEW: Sweet Sunshine - Jessica Prince

Title: Sweet Sunshine
Author: Jessica Prince
Series: Pembrooke #1 (standalone in a series)
Genre: romance
Rating: **** 

Sweet Sunshine is the standalone first instalment in Jessica Prince’s Pembrooke series, which is a spinoff of  162 more words

2016

REVIEW: Get Lucky - Lila Monroe

Title: Get Lucky
Author: Lila Monroe
Series: standalone
Genre: romantic comedy
Rating: ****

Get Lucky is a really funny, really sweet and occasionally filthy romance. I read it in one sitting, and had more than a few proper laugh-out-loud moments. 105 more words

2016

REVIEW: Courtesan - S.C. Daiko

Title: Courtesan
Author: S.C. Daiko
Series: standalone
Genre: Historical erotic romance
Page count: 296
Rating: ****

I tend to stay away from historical romance as I have a background in archaeology and find it very difficult to read them without critiquing the accuracy of it. 165 more words

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