Review: Meant to be by Melody Grace

I think I just found my latest Jayne Castle or Nora Roberts. I don't usually read contemporary Romance. Usually I have to be lured in with mystery or a bit magic. Meant to be caught me straight away and kept me joyously engaged all the way through. The story starts with a romance writer who has lost faith that she will ever have that great love that she has written about. Her aunt has offered her the use of her cottage by the sea. Instead of the quiet get away she ends up living next to a construction site and a rather handsome man. Rugged and extremely stubborn. He also has lost faith in a dream of a romantic love to beat all loves. There is there is only two love scenes which I like becaus

Review: Cyborg Legacy by Lindsay Buroker

I found this author when I was looking for something free on Amazon. Since then I've bought pretty everything she has written, even the stuff under her pen name. I now often buy her books the day they are released and she is awesome by putting out books regularly. Cyborg Legacy is the latest installment in her Fallen Empire series. I don't usually read novels with male protagonists but Lindsay is really good at building real people in her stories and her men are actually really well done. They aren't macho but they aren't weak either. I teach for my day time job and I see a lot of young men that don't know how to be men. Lindsay has men who aren't afraid that they are masculine and yet want

Review: Reaper's Claim by Simone Elise

Abby is a twin, geeky kind of girl who is growing up as the daughter of a biker dad. She doesn't fit in that world, certainly not like her sister who likes to whore around. But things get complicated when she meets the Reaper. The enforcer for another biker gang. Their relationship is turbulent and crosses years and a lot of angst. Not a fan of prologues but trust me you can skip it and you won't miss a thing. Also the way the author spells out at the start of a scene the point of view makes it feel more like it is a working draft rather than the finished book. The beginning is a bit slow but saying that I'm also grateful for that as the world the characters live is a little alien to me, mai

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