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Keep Me Safe by Maya Banks

Keep Me Safe by Maya Banks

Posted May 20, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

            read it, track reviews are a way  to track books for my reading challenges and they will be super short. If have issues with rape then you should be warned. While the rape doesn’t go into great detail it happens to two women. One in the physical aspect and the other through their empathy talent.  I received a copy of the upcoming release in the Slow Burn series, Just One Touch so I decided to search my library for the previous books in the series. I found them all on audio so I’m doing a binge listen before I read Just One Touch. Keep Me Safe is my first Maya Banks book and my first time listening to Jeffrey Kafer. […]


Snared by Jennifer Estep

Snared by Jennifer Estep

Posted May 19, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review, Giveaway | 2 Comments

                    I’m a big fan of Jennifer Estep’s Elemental Assassin series for many reasons. Strong likable heroine Really, what’s not to like about a heroine who kills the bad guys and is a great cook. Plus Gin is very loyal to her family and friends. Scene stealing secondary characters Gin is not the only character who is likable. Her gang of crime fighting friends and family brings more than just support to her life and the stories. Great villains Estep keeps cranking out fantastic bad guys. Snared the sixteenth book in the series as all of the above. I don’t know who Estep has kept me coming back each time. I guess because I know I’m going […]


Lethal Lies by Rebecca Zanetti

Lethal Lies by Rebecca Zanetti

Posted May 16, 2017 by Jennifer in Blog Tour, Book Review, Giveaway | 0 Comments

Anne’s Audio Review I was so excited to get this audio, since I had also listened to Deadly Silence.  In between these two audios in the Blood Brothers series , I listened to the entire  Sin Brothers series which is related.  The Sin Brothers came first if you are OCD like me. Karen White narrated both series so I enjoyed the consistency. While the women have different personalities, most of them sounded the same to me. The men had a little more variation. These are professional,  comfortably paced audio books. The overall story arc continues and I’m happy we learn more in each installment. The Blood brothers were rather isolated in childhood, so they are learning more about themselves and their history all the time. This book also has […]


Talking Between Reads (TBR): How I Rate a Book

Talking Between Reads (TBR): How I Rate a Book

Posted May 8, 2017 by Jennifer in Talking Between Reads | 9 Comments

Talking Between Reads (TBR) is a monthly discussion post where we talk about different topics from books to blogging and anything else we think you guys might enjoy. Stop by for new topics.   Ratings are always talked about in the book community between readers, bloggers, publishers and authors. There’s been a long debut about 3 star ratings; are they good, or are they negative. We’ve decide to break down how and why we rate a book. Our views may be the same or different but they are what they are. We can agree to disagree. This post is not meant as negative, just for information and conversion purposes.   Jennifer If you know me, know I do not give out many 5 stars. Why? I […]


Bombshell by CD Reiss

Bombshell by CD Reiss

Posted May 5, 2017 by Jennifer in Blog Tour, Book Review | 0 Comments

Grab the Kindle book for $3.99 and add the audio for only $1.99! I’m a big fan of C.D. Reiss. She writes great erotica romances. Bombshell is not erotica and that’s ok. I was detailed to see that I enjoyed it just as much as Reiss’s steamier titles. Not to say Bombshell doesn’t get steamy, it’s just a different kind of sexy. Bombshell is a romance between nanny and sexy Hollywood actor from Arkansas. Freaking Arkansas! (My home state) But this isn’t the that kind of story. Brad gets a big bombshell in the form of a 5-year-old daughter he didn’t know anything about, Nicole. Brad is the typical party guy in Hollywood so when he becomes a dad overnight he needs help. That’s where Cara, the […]


Borrowed Souls by Chelsea Mueller

Borrowed Souls by Chelsea Mueller

Posted May 2, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review | 7 Comments

Mueller is an Exciting new voice in Urban Fantasy! Callie & Derek is a hit in Borrowed Souls! Fans of Stacia Kane’s Downside Ghost series wanting a heroine and hero with a little less drama but still a little damaged will gravitate to this pairing. Borrowed Souls was just the kick I needed to get my urban fantasy juices following again. I’ve been on a break from the genre but Callie is the kind of leading lady who sucks me into her life and story. She has an inner strength even if she doesn’t always believes she does. She finds herself dealing with people on the wrong side of the law in order to help her older brother, Josh out. Callie is the one that […]


Joy Ride by Lauren Blakely

Joy Ride by Lauren Blakely

Posted May 1, 2017 by Jennifer in Blog Tour, Book Review | 0 Comments

I love jumping into a Lauren Blakely novel! I know any time I pick up a romance by Lauren Blakely that I’m going to laugh, swoon and possibly cry (mostly from the laughter but there’s some touching moments too). Joy Ride delivers like all the other novels by Blakely I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing so far. I must confuse I usually listen since  Sebastian York is her usual narrator but I couldn’t wait to dive into Henley and Max’s story. But you know what, I totally heard York’s voice in my head as I read Joy Ride and I will at some point purchase the audio format and listen to it. Her books are excellent and I know that will I find myself in a […]


The Coincidence of Coconut Cake by Amy E. Reichert

The Coincidence of Coconut Cake by Amy E. Reichert

Posted April 28, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

read it, track reviews are a way  to track books for my reading challenges and they will be super short.   The Coincidence of Coconut Cake is my first novel by Reichert and my first time listening to C.S.E Cooney. Both firsts was met with enjoyment. Coconut Cake is a story about a chef down on her luck both in her love life and with her business. While the novel is not marketed as a romance it has one in it between the chef, Lou and Al. Think of the movie You’ve Got Mail where the couple meets, becomes friends then lovers but before they can get their HEA they have to deal with who they really are to each other. Reichert services up sweet romance and […]