Sexy Excerpt + Giveaway: Conditional Offer by Lize Crowe

Posted September 7, 2012 by Jennifer in Author Guest Post | 3 Comments

  Conditional Offer  (Stewart Realty #5) by Liz Crowe Barnes & Noble  Amazon Craig Robinson and Suzanne Baxter had no reason to meet, no real excuse to be friends. But when heart calls to heart…blood to blood…should two people who seem destined to be together heed the spin of Fate’s wheel? Craig spent years floating through life on cruise control, using directionless jobs, his rock band, swimming, and a string of older women in his bed to smother feelings of loneliness and loss. He finally thought he had found his true love in one Sara Thornton — A sexy, beautiful, fellow real estate agent and mentor. But his self-doubt and innate sense of failure is only reinforced when he realizes her heart belongs to another […]


CR Review: When We Touch By Brenda Novak

Posted September 6, 2012 by Jonetta in Book Review | 0 Comments

When We Touch  By Brenda Novak  Prequel in the Whiskey Creek TrilogyContemporary Romance★★★★ You’re invited to a wedding in Whiskey Creek, Heart of the Gold Country Unfortunately, it’s the wrong wedding. Olivia Arnold is arranging the festivities—and it’s the hardest thing she’s ever done. Because she should be marrying Kyle Houseman. They were together for more than a year…. But her jealous sister, Noelle, stole him away—and now she’s pregnant. All their friends in Whiskey Creek know as well as Olivia does that Kyle’s making a mistake. His stepbrother, Brandon, knows it, too. But Kyle’s determined to go through with it, for his child’s sake.Olivia’s devastated, but surprisingly Brandon—the black sheep of the family—is there to provide comfort and consolation. The intensity between them, both […]


Audio Review: The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires by Molly Harper

Audio Review: The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires by Molly Harper

Posted September 5, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

As always Molly Harper has brought the snark and sassy in The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires. This is the second book in the Half Moon Hollow series, which is a spin-off from Harper’s Jane Jameson series. TCFSV almost read like the 1st book in the spin-off series instead of the second. There was more mention of Jane in this one than Driving Mr. Dead. And Iris was thinking of adding a transport service to her vampire concierge business. But Driving Mr. Dead was the start of the transport service so I wonder if Harper wrote TCFSV before or at the same time she wrote DMD. It was a little confusing but not enough to mess with my head. In any account you can […]


Review: Full Blooded by Amanda Carlson

Review: Full Blooded by Amanda Carlson

Posted September 4, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

  With Blooded being the appetizer; Full Blooded is the main course. Jessica is a one of a kind, being the only female werewolf. She is even odder since she didn’t shift once she hit puberty like the other werewolves. Jessica lived her first 26 years of life as a human that was raised by wolves.But after leaving the Pack life and living a normal human life for the last 7 years she finds herself in the middle of a very painful shift. No one including Jessica’s dad, the Alpha of the North U.S. Pack has no idea what this means and why it’s taken so long for the shift to happen especially since they have no guide-book to go by with her being the only one of her […]


Review: Blooded by Amanda Carlson

Review: Blooded by Amanda Carlson

Posted September 4, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 8 Comments

  Blooded reads more like a really long prologue that makes you salivating for chapter one. Amanda Carlson hits you with a stunning amount of greatness in a small amount of pages; with great world and character building. Most prequels you can get away without reading going into a series but I highly recommend starting with Blooded. It gives you an understanding of the hell that Jessica grew up in by being the only female born to a wolf. She had to fight for her life; she might not be a werewolf but she can hold her own and if you miss reading the novella you will be rob going into Full Blooded.          


HR Review: Wicked by Susan Johnson

Posted September 3, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 1 Comment

Wicked by Susan Johnson (St. John Duras # 2) Historical RomanceRandom House Publishing GroupPublication date: 1/1/1997★★★★ 1/2  Serena Blythe’s plan to escape a life of servitude had gone terribly awry. So she took the only course left to her. She sneaked aboard a sleek yacht about to set sail–and found herself face-to-face with a dangerous, sensual stranger. Beau St. Jules, the Earl of Rochefort, had long surpassed his father’s notoriety as a libertine. Less well known was his role as intelligence-gatherer for England. Yet even on a mission to seek vital war information, he couldn’t resist practicing his well-polished seduction on the beautiful, disarmingly innocent stowaway. And in the weeks to come, with battles breaking out on the continent and Serena’s life in peril, St. […]


ROMP with Kristen Callihan’s sexy lycan

Right then, the lovely Jennifer asked me to make a case for the sexiness of werewolves lycans –which are way better than werewolves, as they aren’t plagued by that pesky inability to control themselves on the full moon. I mean, honestly, that would put a bit of a damper on any moonlit rendezvous! So then, what exactly is so sexy about a lycan, specifically, that oh so charming lycan Ian Ranulf? Where to begin? 1. Wolves are crafty and playful by nature. Combine that with a handsome man and you get one charming fiend. Ian Runulf is that and more. He’s got a wicked sense of humor and doesn’t hesitate to tease Daisy. “ “Don’t go playing the Scottish lord with me.” She kicked at […]


ROMP with Jennifer Harlow

Transcription of a Conversation with  Special Agent Beatrice Alexander, F.R.E.A.K.  by Jennifer Harlow NOTE: A few months ago I had the privilege of interviewing Special Agent Beatrice Alexander of the F.R.E.A.K.S. Squad for an article in Government Secrets Gazette, now defunct due to budget cuts. (The NASA gang and I say thanks from the unemployment line, Mr. President!) Now, I’m forced to go freelance. I remained in e-mail contact with Agent Alexander in the interim and at my own expense flew back to Wichita in an attempt to uncover more information for future articles (or blackmail. Leaning towards blackmail.) We met at a Starbucks, and I secretly recorded the conversation. Here it as follows: Jennifer Harlow (JH): Hi, girl! You look…um… Beatrice Alexander (BA): Terrible. […]