Books: Ruby Tuesday

Ruby Tuesday is book two in Mari Carr’s Wild Irish series, and as much as I enjoyed the first one, I liked this even better. Each book takes a member of the Collins family, and this one deals with Teagan. She works at her family’s Irish pub and sings there, too – she’s also content with her lot.

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Books: Come Monday

Come Monday is the first book in Mari Carr’s Wild Irishseries. It tells the story of the oldest child in the Collins family, Keira, who took the place of her mother when she passed away, helping her father and bringing up her siblings. As a result she put her own life and dreams on hold. Now, at

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Books: Eighty Days White

Eighty Days White is another companion novel to the original titles. It deals with another character we’ve briefly met – Lily, the girl with the teardrop tattoo. We follow her on her journey from her days as a student in Brighton to London and a life of sexual discovery. There are kinks abound in this book

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Books: Teamwork

Teamwork is book four in the Hot Ice series, and my favourite so far. It tells the story of Welsh nurse Fiona, who ends up treating hockey player Raven for injuries he got while playing. She knows nothing about the sport, but does know that Raven is possibly the surliest patient she’s ever had. The only saving grace

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Books: Slap Shot

Slap Shot is book three in Lily Harlem’s Hot Ice series. This time, we’re told the story of Rick “Ramrod” Lewis and event planner, Dana Wilcox. They meet at an event and are immediately drawn to one another. Unfortunately for Ramrod, Dana’s troubled past has made her swear off men for several years. He manages to talk her

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Books: Cross-Checked

Cross-Checked is the second book in the Hot Ice series. I started this one immediately after finishing book one, as I was already hooked. This book deals with Brick, another of the Orlando Vipers hockey team and Carly, an Olympic athlete. They meet as they’re volunteering for some charity work, and we quickly learn that Carly has had a crush

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Books: Digging Deep

Digging Deep is an erotic romance novella from Kay Jaybee. It appealed to me straight away with its archaeology theme as I’m a bit of a history buff. I’m glad to say I wasn’t disappointed! Dr. Beth Andrews is on her first foreign dig in the ancient Roman city of Leptis Minus in Tunisia, where she’s co-running

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Books: Hired

Hired is book one in the Hot Ice series by Lily Harlem, and let’s just say that as soon as I finished this one I immediately pulled the next one up on my Kindle! It tells the story of Brooke Ambrose, a woman who is given an opportunity to earn one hundred thousand dollars just for spending a

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Books: Holding On

I adored the first novel in this series, Meant To Be, so I was eager to read this second instalment. I was definitely not disappointed. It’s not quite erotica or erotic romance, but there are enough hot and sexy moments that I still think fans of those genres will enjoy this. Daniel Gardner finally has everything

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Books: All You Can Eat

All You Can Eat is my first Emma Holly novel – and I’m hooked! Right from the very beginning, this book grips you and doesn’t let go, not even when you’ve finished it. Frankie Smith is having a bad time – her boyfriend has just dumped her and she found a dead body behind her cafe.

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Books: An Executive Decision

Grace Marshall is the hot romance writing alter ego of erotic romance writer K D Grace. However, this book is so hot that I’m still reviewing it here. An Executive Decision is the first book in the Executive Decisions trilogy from Xcite Books. It introduces us to high powered, successful CEO Ellison Thorne, one of a triad that

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Books: Eighty Days Red

When I first heard about this series, I believed it would be a trilogy, so I was a tad confused when this was changed. However, I now get it. This is still a trilogy, of sorts, with Eighty Days Red being the last in a certain storyline. The next books go on to deal with different characters,

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Books: Calling Back Love

I grabbed this book because the premise sounded intriguing. Kirsten’s fiancé, Shawn, is a soldier currently posted in Afghanistan. When he’s reported missing and presumed dead, Kirsten can’t cope with it – she doesn’t want to be without him. Therefore she turns to witchcraft to bring him back. Unfortunately, she can’t recall him from the dead,

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Books: In The Flesh

In The Flesh is book five of The Ladies’ Sewing Circle series, but it doesn’t matter if you haven’t read any of the others (though I recommend that you do), as this book will still make perfect sense. It tells the story of Beatrice Weatherly, who has been named a scarlet woman because she was tricked

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Books: A Thug’s Love

I’ve read a few of BL Bonita’s books now and have always enjoyed them. A Thug’s Love is no exception. It tells the story of Chase Carter, an enforcer for one of the biggest crime syndicates in Toronto. He’s carrying out one of his jobs when he interrupts a near rape. What makes this even worse is that

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Books: Bollywood Nightmare

I very much enjoyed the first book in this series, Silver Screen Dream, so I eagerly waited for the release of this one – Bollywood Nightmare. Johnny the Djinn was one of the main characters in the first book, and he is in this one, too. He’s a cheeky, often sarcastic narrator who desperately wants to be

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Books: Meeting Her Match

I’m a huge fan of Justine Elyot’s work, which is why it’s crazy it’s taken me so long to get around to reading this book. Having read it, I recommend that nobody else should delay – it’s a fantastic read. It tells the story of Cherry, a woman whose submissive side refuses to stay hidden

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Books: Riding High

Riding High is an erotic romance novel from Zara Stoneley. It tells the story of Roisin Grant, a recently widowed woman who’s finding out more about her husband than she ever wanted to know. For example, he has a stash of home movies with him as the star, and worse yet, he’s left her bankrupt. Deep

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Books: Meant To Be

Meant To Be is an erotic romance with an emphasis on the romance. There are sex scenes, but they’re not overly graphic, but this is the perfect tone for the book, which is beautiful and happy-sigh-inducing throughout. This is the tale of two couples who are neighbours. NYU professor Daniel Gardner has recently moved to the suburbs with

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Books: Proving Santa Exists

Mancunian Rubenesque lady Jenny is the friendly type, so when there’s a new guy in her office, she goes out of her way to talk to him and make him welcome. A friendship quickly develops between the two of them, and when Jenny finds out what a crappy childhood Jonathan had – particularly at Christmas

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Books: The Prince

If you’ve read my reviews of The Siren and The Angel, you’ll know how eager I was to get my hands on this book. And just when I thought Tiffany Reisz’s books couldn’t get any better – she released The Prince. This is by far my favourite of the series so far – I’d give it six out of

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Books: Laura Meets Jeffrey: Both Sides of an Erotic Memoir

Laura Meets Jeffrey is marketed as a real life Fifty Shades of Grey. Laura Bradley meets Jeffrey Michelson when she’s working in an upscale New York City brothel in 1980. They quickly go from prostitute and client to having a relationship. Laura continues to turn tricks for money, as it’s damn good money she needs, plus she

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Book Review: Rewriting the Rules by Meg Barker

Ever read The Rules? The Game? Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus? If so, I strongly recommend this book as an excellent alternative – and antidote – to all of them. Rather than setting out a list of directives that are supposed to somehow transform your love life (and force you into a rigid stereotype in

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Book Review: The Diary of a Submissive by Sophie Morgan

The Diary of a Submissive is touted as a real-life Fifty Shades of Grey. Honestly, I get why publishers want to piggyback on that book’s popularity, but in many cases it undersells the book in question. This is a perfect example. Though it’s true life, and not fiction, The Diary of a Submissive is an

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