Skip to main content


Soft Wear by Marilyn Lakewood #BookReview

Today, I am here to tell you about the third book in Marilyn Lakewood's Hot Alpha Billionaire Series. Now, if you have read any of my book reviews, you know that I like to give any warnings, if I think there may be a hard to handle topic in a book, or if it possibly may contain something that may not be in some one's preference. So, I am going to say, as the name Hot Alpha Billionaire would suggest, this book does contain a BDSM D/s element to it. However, I would encourage you to still try it out, even if you aren't super into that. Yes, this book contains a definite BDSM D/s element, however, it is handled so tastefully, that I honestly do not think it would be a problem for non-fans of that genre.
Plus, if I am honest, I think Luc and Paige, are two characters just about anyone will love. I think you will be a fan of their romance before you even finish the second chapter. Paige is sweet and the type of girl anyone would want to be best friends with. Luc is an all arou…
Recent posts

Misadventures with a Rookie #BookReview

I am here today, to tell you about the latest addition to the Misadventures Series. Have y'all listened to my advice yet, and checked out this series? If not, please do. Such a talented group of authors are involved, and the books they have created have been enjoyable!!
This latest release, from New York Times Bestselling Author Toni Aleo, is no exception to the greatness. This book fit right in with the rest. It was a great read, and a real page turner. I love books that reel you right in, and hook you. This was well written, great plot, nice characters, and a nice amount of steamy hotness.
Now, you will love this book if you like your romance novels with some steamy scenes. Toni managed to write this one in a way, that if steamy is not really your thing, you can easily skim over those parts, and still be entertained by the story. It was a feel good story, that will pull at your heart strings, and probably make you cry a bit, but in the end, you will finish it satisfied and feel…

First Thoughts #UseYourWords

Welcome to April's Use Your Words writing challenge. This is how it works: participating bloggers submitted four to six words or short phrases for someone else to craft into a post. All words must be used at least once and all the posts will be unique as each writer has received their own set of words. That is the challenge, here is a fun twist; no one who is participating knows who got their words and in what direction the writer will take them. Until now.

My words are: Supplemental ~ power stick ~ hair spray ~ marvelous ~ Wendy's ~ cat litter
They were submitted by: https://sarahsbrandcrazy.
I knew before I opened the e-mail with my words, or even saw my words, what I was going to do with my words this month. I had contemplated trying to write a poem or to get a friend to write up another questionnaire. I decided against those options, but in the process did think of a friend who would probably come up with a great group of questions for me. So, in the future, when…

High Five - Unique Rewards #BlogWithFriends

Welcome to April's Blog with Friends Round-up!! Each month, a group of us bloggers gets together, chooses a theme, and then creates our own unique posts based on that theme. The posts can include anything from recipes, crafts, DIY projects, poetry, creative writing... Anything imaginable. The sky is the limit. This month's chosen theme is High Five Day, which is on April 19th (third Thursday in April).

Well, my cooking is nothing special, and I create using other people's recipes, and really do not create original recipes. I am not the best crafty person, and often just recreate other people's craft ideas. I am not great at DIY projects. So, my Blog With Friends posts tend to be lists. This month is no different. When I think of a high five, I imagine a celebration after a job well done. So, I have decided to share five unique rewards, for when your kid does a great job! You can give them a high five, and possibly one of these unique rewards.

In general, when I think of …

Silent Sins by Audrey Carlan #BookReview

So, for my latest book review, I am telling you about Audrey Carlan's latest release in the Lotus House Series. Silent Sins is book five in the series, but can easily be read as a standalone story. However, I highly recommend that you read them all. Then once you have finished these books, you should read all her other books. Audrey is an excellent writer. If you pay attention to New York Time's Bestselling books, you have certainly heard of her before. There is a reason she is a best selling author, and that reason is that she writes amazing books.
Now, I want to start off with a warning... This book is deep, emotional, well written, beautiful, and contains some sensitive topics. If you have issues with reading about self-harm/cutting, this book may be a bit much for you. Though, Audrey does such a wonderful job handling it, that I suggest you try to read it. She handles the subject well.
In Silent Sins, we follow the journey of Nicholas and Honor, as they find their happily…

Atonement by Lyz Kelley #BookReview

Today, I am here to tell you about Lyz Kelley's latest release. Do you remember her Elkridge Series, that I told y'all about? Well, she continued giving us peeks inside of the lives of Elkridge residents, with her newest series, the Lonely Ridge Collection. It is just as wonderful as the Elkridge Series.
Her latest release Atonement, gives us a glimpse into Rachelle Clairemont's life. Just as we should not judge books by their cover, we should probably not judge book characters, before we see beyond their cover, so to speak. Rachelle has played minor roles in the Elkridge Series books, and she never really left the best impression. So, when I discovered that this book was about her, I was very curious to see if Lyz could get me to like Rachelle.
Well, you will learn that Rachelle is much different than she appeared to be. We get to see the real her. Her genuine self, not being influenced by her father, or anyone else. We get to go on her journey to finding herself, and figur…