I’m over at Dear Author with a review of Party Favors by Erin McLellan. FF erotic romance set around New Year’s Eve.
I’m over at AudioGals with a review of Once Ghosted, Twice Shy by Alyssa Cole, narrated by Karen Chilton. Sweet and sexy second chance f/f novella – it would make a fabulous movie too!
I’m over at Dear Author with a review of The Devil’s Doorbell, an erotic anthology featuring an impressive lineup of authors.
Why I read it: I received a review copy via the author.
What it’s about: (from Goodreads) Adrian Maddox fled his royal life—and tragic past—in Sector One, choosing instead to join up with the O’Kanes. For years, he’s lived by one rule: love fast, love hard, and always be willing to walk away. He’s managed to guard his heart, keep it whole and untouched—until now.
They couldn’t be more different—Dylan, the brilliant, burned-out doctor from Eden who drowns his pain with drugs and self-destruction. Scarlet, the sensuous, sexy rocker from Three, a woman unafraid to embrace the world. And Jade, the whore turned spy from Sector Two, who battled addiction and came out stronger than anyone he’s ever met.
Separately, they make Mad long to open his heart, to tumble head-first into a sea of possibilities and wild love. Together, they make him burn, inside and out, with lust and unbearable, unimaginable pleasure.
Then one fateful moment shakes their world to its foundations—and leaves the sectors on the verge of all-out war with Eden. It’s the biggest fight the O’Kanes have ever faced, and Mad and his lovers are at the dead center of it. They could end up with everything they never knew they wanted—or lose it all. Including their lives.
What worked for me (and what didn’t): I was behind on the series so I’ve just binge-read Beyond Addiction, Beyond Innocence and Beyond Ruin all in a row. So I’m all caught up on who’s who and what’s happening in the Sectors. Things are changing fast and the advice I got from other readers was correct: read the series in order. You can skip over the novellas but the full length novels have too much world-building stuff to read out of order.
I’m over at Dear Author with a review of The Ex by Abigail Barnette (aka Jenny Trout). It was great catching up with Sophie and Neil and *spoiler alert* despite the title, they DO NOT BREAK UP.