Family values.




Angelina Flores lived a perfect ranch-kid childhood, complete with three princes on horseback who treated their housekeeper’s daughter like a princess. At age eighteen, the fairytale came crashing down when she realized she had to choose between Brand, Nate and Eli McAffee. And when she did choose one—she lost all three. She’s older now. Wiser, thanks to her college education and a few years’ distance. A distance she’d planned to maintain…until her mother begs her to fill in at the ranch while she takes care of a sick relative. The minute her boots hit the front porch, the memories come flooding back, right along with the hunger. It’s tough to put the past behind her when temptation is so close. Especially since the brothers seem bound and determined to woo her. Separately. Together. Whatever it takes to keep her right where she belongs—in their arms.


Angelina has always loved the three brothers, but after sleeping with one, and one of the other two walking in on them, he ships her off to college. Now she is back after her mother has called her and asked her to come and look after the three brothers (this is just a ruse to get her to come back for them). 

At first she is a little hesitant to be back in the house that she once considered her home. She doesn’t realise that all three of them are still deeply in love with her, and are desperate to make her realise their four way relationship would work.

I did find it a little strange that her mother had so much to do with their four-way relationship, I would be a little weirded out if I found out that it was my mother that actually got me into a relationship with three brothers. However, this is just my personal opinion.


This is a very short read, but there is quite a lot of story in this very short story, which I found fairly interesting. 

The story line was a pretty good one, I found it fun reading the different ways the brothers tried to ‘woo’ her. Brand is the oldest, quiet but very protective brother, Nate is the playboy of the three who flirts openly with her, Eli is the gentle, romantic one.

Overall, a very quick smutty read with three hunky males.



Tactical pleasure.






Sometimes a man just has to take matters into his own hands… Miranda White has had a crush on S.W.A.T. team sniper John Stephens since he first strode into Fitzy’s Diner. Too bad he’s a serial dater. As a respected business owner, she doesn’t need to become known around town as his next Flavor Of The Month. What she does need is a date for an upcoming retirement dinner for one of Haven’s finest. If she has anything to say about it, it won’t be the notorious bad boy. John definitely has something to say about Randa’s plan to date one of his teammates. He’s had the hots for her since he first sank his teeth into her sweet baked confections. She’s sexy and curvy in all the right places, and he fantasizes about tearing that polyester uniform from her lush body and showing her how versatile handcuffs can be. He’d planned to take his time seducing her, but from their first touch, desire flares hot, hard and primal, temporarily making him forget that the one thing a police officer may not have is time…



Miranda (Or Randa as everyone calls her) is a curvaceous waitress in her family’s diner which the local police always frequent, this is where she knows the town’s playboy John. She has always fancied him, but has never wanted to do anything about it, because of his reputation and she didn’t want to be another notch on his gun belt.

John has had his eye on Miranda since the minute he saw her, he has hinted to her that they should be together, but she has never took him seriously. It is only when she asks about a fellow officer that he is determined that she is not with anyone else.

I found his behaviour when she asked about the fellow officer, to be quite annoying – how he can be annoyed at her for wanting to date other people when he is a serial dater is beyond me.

I found both characters to be quite annoying and I didn’t really connect with them at the start – but as the story went on, I started to like them more, once I realised that John had a real reason to be jealous. 

The story line felt a little rushed, but I think this may be because of it being a novella – the only major thing that I didn’t like (hence the four not five stars) is that the ending felt the most rushed, I felt like the ending didn’t have much thought about it and it was just thrown in there. This is just a personal opinion, it didn’t ruin the book though – I still loved it.

I refuse to call this erotica (in my sense of erotica) – there are a few sexual scenes which have a lot of description with them (hence the review on this blog).

I loved the fact that the main thing that drew John to Randa was her curves, even though his other ‘girlfriends’ have been stick thin. I love that the author put this into the book.






My life changed in an instant when I was diagnosed with breast cancer.  I was only eighteen, and suddenly my once clear path was racing a hundred miles an hour out of control. I was in the driver’s seat, but completely unable to steer my life back on course.  I lost friends and didn’t bother to make new ones.  I refused to let anyone in…  When the doctor uttered the word “remission,” my path changed yet again. That new path led somewhere I never expected—somewhere most people would look down on—but it’s where I finally found myself, and where nobody treated me like a piece of fragile glass. It’s also where I learned other people had scars to hide.  This is the story of how I met…him.  This is the story of how I became Faith.


Laura aka Faith is an incredible woman who is in remission from breast cancer, she wants to feel normal again, like she don’t feel so different from everyone else so she takes up dancing and she soon gets her va va voom back. Bryce has got scars as well and all he sees is a beautiful woman, and their connection is instant as soon as they see each other in the club.


I feel like both characters were so suited for each other, Laura is so scared to let Bryce see her vulnerable side, the way he reacts made my heart melt.

I think this type of story is so hard to write. The way the author wrote this story it really made me think, everything that Laura thinks/says is how I think I would react in that situation.

The only real issue with the book is that I would have liked it to have been a little bit longer, but this isn’t a major thing in my mind, I still loved everything about this book.

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Child star: Part one.



CHILD STAR is a novel told in three parts. Each part is about 25,000 – 30,000 words. Amelia London is America’s sweetheart. Noah Sloan is America’s bad boy. Both are former child stars and once were lovers. When they are cast as the leads in the upcoming erotic suspense blockbuster—Sinners Like Us—they are forced to come to terms with the issues that tore them apart to begin with. As the whole world watches, can they keep their secrets hidden? After all, everybody is a sinner…


Child star: Part 1 is a snippet of a full book that is in a series. I am unsure whether I like the idea of installments, because it could get a little expensive.

Amelia is america’s sweet child actress, but she is so board with the reputation that she has as an innocent little girl, and what better way to do that then to start in Sinners like us. As Amelia turns up for her audition, she is stunned to find that the costar who is playing the male cast is her ex-boyfriend Noah.

Noah is a pretty big bad boy in the acting world. He mocks Amelia as soon as he realises she’s came to try out for the role, even though deep down he still has a lot of feelings for her.

It is only a matter of time before they start to realise their feelings for each other again.

I loved the story line, Noah and Amelia seem perfect for each other, but there is always something that gets in the way of them being together, which we find out why the main reason as to why they split up all them years ago right at the end, making it a big cliff hanger ending, but this is an installment book, so if you want to find out what happens next, you’d have to buy the next two books.

I could the major sexual tension between the two characters, and I loved reading about it.


Stripped with the vampire.



In a world of dark spells and blood ties where no one is safe, love is the most powerful magic of all. Shy vampire Charlie never intended to see Vince again after the bad boy human broke his heart. But when Vince turns up beaten and marked for sacrifice to an Aztec God, Charlie will do anything keep him safe. Vince has never forgiven himself for the lie that ended things with Charlie. The spark between them is as hot as ever, and Vince would risk body and soul to make it a fire again. But as they hide deeper in Austin’s supernatural society—a world of lies, dark magic, and warring immortals—he finds the path to reconciliation more twisted than he’s ever imagined.


Charlie is an adorable 300 odd year old vampire, who you can’t help but love, and Vince is a macho lovable 24 year old human. Even though it should never work, they can’t get rid of their love for each other – no matter how much they try and stay out of the way of each other, they are always drawn to each other when times are tough.

I love anything vampire/paranormal related. I was expecting this book to be quite erotic, going by the cover of the book, however it is far from it, it is mostly about their fight to get the vampire world back under control after a with has run riot and is destroying everything.

Charlie is a very much closeted gay man, where as Vince is so far out and this causes a lot of tension between the two, with Vince wanting to show everyone the real them, but he can’t because Charlie always holds back. His reasons to hold back are very good, he comes from a time when they wasn’t very accepting, and he is worried about the reaction of the other vampires, however with Vince’s help, he slowly gets used to the idea of being out.

This is a very slow moving book (it’s quite a long book with around 325 pages). Which I don’t mind since it does make the story better to read, however at a point (at the very beginning) I did contemplate stopping reading, but I stuck with it and I am really happy I did, I loved everything about this book. The only thing that I wish it had more of was.. sex, I was gutted there was only 1 & a half sex scenes in it! However, it was still a very enjoyable read.

I needed more penis! LOL.

However, I did absolutely love this book, and I am really happy that I stuck with it.


Stepbrother’s Rules.

Stepbrothers rules


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LuAnn’s had a crush on her older, rebellious stepbrother since the year he lived with them—his last year of high school. Now, four weeks before graduating from Sarah Wharton Women’s College, she’s been kicked out for having boys in her dormitory, and he’s the one who shows up to collect her. With her parents away in Europe, he brings her to his place, because leaving a young woman unchaperoned isn’t done in 1957.
Brad makes it clear she is not to emulate the wild behavior of his youth, and he starts things out with a long, bare-bottomed punishment. Soon, though, he discovers his stepsister is all grown up, and having her under his authority makes her a temptation too delicious to resist. Before long, he’s strayed way past what is acceptable, turning her into his little girl and bringing her to the peaks of pleasure during her numerous punishments. LuAnn brings out the dominant side of him, but with it comes the desire to take care of her and nurture the sweet innocence she’s been trying to cover up. He wants her for keeps, which means risking their parents’ disapproval and leaving his rebellious side behind forever.

LuAnn is a rule breaker on the outside, but is actually a sweet and innocent girl on the inside, who has always fancied her older step brother. She gets kicked out of the dorms where she goes to school, but she doesn’t want to trouble her dad who is on holiday, and since she is only a month away from graduating, she asks if she can stay with Brad.

This is where their story starts, at first Brad tries to keep the relationship platonic, but with spanking LuAnn, his desire gets uncontrollable and soon they start exploring a more interment relationship.

The spankings are very kinky, he is definitely a dominant, and LuAnn soon becomes his submissive. He clearly spanks her to show her that he is in charge, and gets her to call him Daddy.


I find the whole thing about getting her to call him daddy a bit off putting (this is just a personal thing) I don’t really find it a turn on.

However, it didn’t put me off the book, and I actually did really like it. The story is based in the 50’s, which made it more realistic that he would use spanking for a way to show dominance

As the story progresses, they get less and less concerned with what their parent’s and society think, and they start accepting that they really want to be together forever.

Overall, a very sensuous read, and I loved every page of it! 

I married a billionaire.



Maddy Wainright has given up on marriage – and men. After dating way too many losers who aren’t capable of appreciating her for who she is, she’s about ready to resign herself to a life of spinsterhood. Until her insanely rich boss Daniel Thorne comes along with an offer she simply can’t refuse. He proposes a marriage of convenience – one that would allow Maddy to live in the lap of luxury for a year, and Mr. Thorne to stay in the country that has become his home. At the end of their arrangement, Maddy will walk away with a cool two million dollars. All she has to do is move into his mansion, put on a convincing show in public, and endure a few INS interviews, for which she will be thoroughly prepped. It’s a big risk, but one Maddy might just be willing to take, considering the payoff. At first, it’s all business. But when the gentle touches, passionate kisses, and lingering looks they have to give each other in public start spilling over into their private life, Daniel and his devious mind take Maddy to heights of pleasure she’s never experienced. And the more she gets to know him, the more she feels that wistful tug in her chest every time he puts his arm around her in public. Before long, she finds herself wishing it were real. As time goes on, Maddy finds herself wondering if two million dollars will be enough to cover the cost of repairing a broken heart. But Mr. Thorne may have yet another secret in store…

The marriage starts off as a business contract, when Daniel calls Maddy into his office and asks her if she would be willing to marry him for the sake of him being able to stay in the country.

I find this story line plot to be a little bit far fetched really, however it was very original, I have never read a book with this sort of story line to it. Maddy doesn’t really take a long time to accept the proposal, I think it was just over a week, which I found to be unconvincing.

The time lines of the story line seem very realistic, which left me feeling a little confused, and some parts of the story weren’t very well described, with massive parts (of what I feel should have been in there) missing. I would have loved to have read a bit more about their honeymoon.

The characters didn’t really seem very likable to me, and I couldn’t get connected to them. They didn’t really seem to connect sexually or just generally really, which I hate in books, I love to feel like the characters have a massive connection with each other.

I didn’t like Daniel, he had an awful attitude towards Maddy, but she also allowed herself to be used in a certain respect.

I think it’s stupid that they tried to keep things un-personal, however he still expects them to be sharing a bed, how do you expect to keep it un-personal if you are both sharing the same bed? I have no idea.

The sexual scenes sounded promising, but they was only mediocre for my tastes, and since they didn’t have a connection, it just felt awkward.

Overall, really not one of my favourite books ever, but it was a short read, so I can’t complain that I wasted too much time on it.