ARC Review: “Desire” by Simone Sowood 

Hello everybody!

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Overview from GoodReads:

Leo: A stunning woman approaches me in my hotel lobby. She’s dressed for sin. And I’m a sinner. I brush past her and, the next thing I know, she flings herself across me in the backseat of my cab. I didn’t want an escort tonight, but the look of her lying in my lap is impossible to resist. Except she’s not what I thought. They never are. Young. Beautiful. Innocent. I can’t get her out of my head. She’s not to be trusted. But one night in my bed won’t do any harm.
Grace: Leo is way hotter than I’d anticipated when my boss dressed me up and sent me out to lure him into saving our company. Sure, he’s arrogant and rude but the air around us is electric. Unable to resist, I wear the red dress and give him my virginity. It’s just one time but there’s something more between us, something real, I’m sure of it. Until I end up pregnant and Leo disappears off the face of the earth.

This book was amazing! I loved every single part of it!

Until my next post,

Stephanie

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ARC Review: “Dragonmount” by Jennifer M. Eaton

Hi guys!

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. (I know, I am very late on this review. I haven’t had the time to really post anything, so a lot of things have been accumulating in my drafts folder since it’s release on January 2nd.) This is part of the “Sirens and Scales” anthology.

Overview from GoodReads (anthology):

1 Collection. 26 Tales of Enchantment and Danger! From the darkest skies to the deepest seas, dive into a breathtaking collision of mermaids, dragons, sirens, and more in SIRENS & SCALES, a unique Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance Collection! Your travels through these stories of dazzling ocean tides and the dizzying reaches of the heavens will leave you breathless. Join dragon shifters and mer-creatures for an experience of salty seafaring adventures and magnificent airborne enterprises where sky meets sea, love meets its match, and imagination has no end. With 26 full-length stories of enchanting fiction, you’ll learn the secrets of Atlantis, soar to uncharted peaks, and discover creatures of wing and fin and those who love them. Ready to set sail and catch the tide before your chance for adventure is lost forever? Then order this collection of BRAND NEW and EXCLUSIVE material from your favorite USA Today and award-winning authors before it’s gone for good! Including material from the following authors: Kellie McAllen, Award-Winning author Pauline Creeden, RJ Blain, Graceley Knox, Starla Night, USA Today bestselling author Gaja J. Kos, A.L. Knorr, Bethany Wicker, Ivy Quinn and Midnight Voss, Award-Finalist Natasha S. Brown, Isra Sravenheart, Harper Alexander, Rone Award Nominee C.S. Moore, Tina Glasneck, Award-Winning author Carly Fall, B. Kristin McMichael, Award-Winning author Natalie G. Owens and Zee Monodee, Konstanz Silverbow, N.D. Jones, USA Today bestselling author Cate Farren, USA Today bestselling author Kelly Anne Blount, Jennifer M. Eaton, Jennifer Laslie, Mindy Ruiz, USA Today bestselling author Katalina Leon, D.D. Miers & B. Crow, and Kyoko M.

Dragonmount summary:

Things can’t get any worse than being snatched by a dragon, until Anna is dropped into a bloodthirsty battle for the Draconic crown. A trip to New Zealand was supposed to be a fun distraction for Anna after yet another painful breakup. Instead, she’s snatched and flown away by a mythical beast bent on making her his queen. Anna’s rare blood type makes her the only viable mate in the islands, and with scores of dragons looking for her, escape isn’t likely. Joe is the youngest and smallest dragon in the competition to become king. Now that he’s found Anna, all he needs to overthrow the current corrupt monarch is to bring her back to Dragonmount. He’s injured and unable to fly, though, and each passing second increases the risk of discovery. If the current king finds Anna, he will use her to secure his throne and slaughter her to celebrate her victory. Anna is Joe’s to protect, and he will not allow the king to defile her or his people ever again – even if it means challenging a dragon five times his size.

I have previously read 3 other Jennifer M. Eaton books and I absolutely loved them, so I went into this book already knowing it was going to be good. And I was right. The characters are well developed; the writing style is amazing. I couldn’t think of any other way to start off 2018 then to finish this amazing book.

Until my next post,

Stephanie

ARC Review: “Tech Guy” by Anna Collins

Hey everyone!

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I just finished reading this book and I am amazed!

Overview from GoodReads:

Clay Maxwell. Bachelor. Tech billionaire. My new boss. Oh, and school ex-boyfriend. He wants me to help look after the troubled little girl left in his care because I’m a child psychologist. But I should have said no. Because now, I’m the one who’s going insane, torn between pain and pleasure, past and future, each day with Clay reminding me of what was and what might have been. The problem with the mind is that the more you try to forget, the more you remember. And I remember everything all too well.

It was really boring at first, but once I got to the last fourth of the novel, it really started to pick up. Loved it!

Until my next post,

Stephanie

ARC Review: “Going Down” by Lulu Pratt and Simone Sowood

Hey Guys!

I received an ARC from the authors in exchange for an honest review.

Overview from GoodReads:

Some people have a bucket list, I have a fuck-it list. When a brochure arrives at my mansion, the woman on the cover goes straight to the top. But she’s only interested in selling me stuff. That’s fine, I’m no stranger to the chase and I always capture my prey. After one taste, my list goes out the window. She’s all I can think about. Until I find out she’s secretly working for my asshole brother. My brother thinks he can use her to take me down? As if. The only way I’m going down… is on her.

This was a very fascinating book. I’ve read work from Lulu Pratt and Simone Sowood before, so I knew there were going to be sex scenes. The amount of sex scenes were just right and I enjoyed every single ounce of this book.

ARC Review: “Carnal” by Simone Sowood

Hi guys!

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Overview from GoodReads:

I don’t know what made me go to him that night. Steel, the pierced drifter with the neck tattoo. Mostly I wanted to hurt my reputation. He could take my virginity and I’d go home, ruined. I never thought he’d say no.


I had read “Carny,” and enjoyed it, so when Simone Sowood sent out an email stating she was re-releasing it with a different title and semi-different content, I was excited. This book was a great read and I really enjoyed reading it.

ARC Review: “Making His Baby” by Lulu Pratt

Hi guys!

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review!

Overview from GoodReads:

We’re making this baby the old-fashioned way. With my billions, I’ll pay whatever it takes for her to have my child. And I’m going to have fun putting it in her. After the baby’s born, she can go back to her regular life. But the way she screams my name in bed makes me want more. For the first time in years I want an actual relationship. Until I realize there’s something she’s not telling me. A secret from the past. And her plan to ruin everything.

I liked this book. There weren’t as many sex scenes as I thought there was going to be, but that is a good thing as too many sex scenes are just a chore to read. I did wind up having to skip past some sex scenes, but that is okay. It was a good book, overall.

Until my next post,

Stephanie

ARC Book Review: “Overlooked” by Simone Sowood and Lulu Pratt

Hey guys!

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

Overview from GoodReads:

She’s the closest thing I ever had to a sister. Our parents are best friends and neighbors. We were raised together. But one look at her naked body in the window and I’m hard. How did I never notice her this way before? Too bad she’s forbidden fruit. She doesn’t deserve to be in my trail of one and done women. Plus it would ruin 25 years of friendship between our parents. But my body craves her. The longer she stands in the window, the less I’m able to resist. Screw it. Before I leave, I’ll give her a few good nights to she’ll never forget.

I could not put this down once I started reading it – it is definitely a recommended book to read. The suspense!
Not recommended for anyone under the age of 18.

Until my next post,

Stephanie