Guest Post with Paige Tyler

Advertisements I have a confession to make. I never used to read westerns. I never cared much for western movies either – well, except for Clint Eastwood movies, and Viggo Mortensen’s – so I figured I wouldn’t like western romances, either. I was wrong. I read Shelley Thacker’s Into the Sunset – one of my all-time…

Review of “A Pirate’s Bounty”

Advertisements In “A Pirate’s Bounty” by Eliza Knight, Lady Faryn is kidnapped by crude pirate Captain Noir. He is to deliver her to Queen Orelia, who is a wretched woman who likes to sexually torture people. Noir delivers the group of slaves, and finds himself aroused as Faryn is pleasured by a couple of females. He realizes that keeping Faryn might help his cause so…

Review of Alpha Heat

Advertisements I just finished reading “Alpha Heat” by Crystal Kauffman. Originally, I chose this book based on the title. I assumed it would be a werewolf book. Instead, I was pleasantly surprised to find it was about aliens. It was an interesting change from my usual romance. Crystal did a great job of creating a…

Review of “I Betcha”

Advertisements I just finished reading Mia Jae’s “I Betcha“, a story about a few Southern ladies having a bachelorette party. The sister of the bride, Mary Kate, has planned a spectacular party, complete with one sexy stripper and a penis cake. By the time the sexy man arrives, the ladies are already pretty drunk. Drunk…

Review of Birthday Party Surprise

Advertisements This was a very erotic read. It’s not for women who are against group sex or male/male sex scenes, as the scenes were very graphic. The bottom line is a great love story about being happy with the person you’re with, regardless of who they are; or how many. When Jessica begins worrying about turning…

Review of A Questionable Hero

Advertisements “A Questionable Hero” was an interesting read. There was a bit more telling than I prefer and the dialogue was a bit awkward for me, though this could be due to the fact that I’m from the South and often use contractions in every sentence. Despite these two issues, the story line was well plotted….

Claiming Their Mate Review

Advertisements “Claiming Their Mate” is a fast actioned book about a group of shifters who kidnap one of the three Demori sisters, shifters of pure blood, and highly sought after. That’s as far as their plan goes. Once the four shifters get her alone, the problem arises as to which male gets to claim her. Carna puts up a great fight…