Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

January 16, 2017

Review – How to Impress a Marquess by Susanna Ives

Review – How to Impress a Marquess by Susanna Ives

As the third book I’ve read by Ives (and in the same series, no less), I had a good sense of her writing style. Which I quite enjoyed. Both Wicked Little Secrets and Wicked, My Love were highly entertaining with characters that I found relatable despite the genre (often I don’t really connect with heroines in romances past the reader-book relationship). So I […]

December 22, 2016

Review – Breath of Fire by Amanda Bouchet

Review – Breath of Fire by Amanda Bouchet

Well then. Cat’s back in the second installment of the Kingmaker Chronicles and the stakes are higher than ever. A Promise of Fire saw her fighting against her past and falling for the alpha male Griffin who kidnapped her (that’s a whole other conversation). But in order for them to have a peaceful future and achieve Griffin’s vision of a united […]

December 16, 2016

Review – Wicked, My Love by Susanna Ives

Review – Wicked, My Love by Susanna Ives

In the second installment of Susanna Ives’ Wicked Little Secrets series, we meet the cool, calculating Isabella and her business partner and childhood “enemy” Randall. This is one of those romances that takes on the enemies-to-lovers tropes, which also happens to be one of my favorites, so I was excited for Wicked, My Love since I really enjoyed the last book […]

December 3, 2016

Review – Wicked Little Secrets by Susanna Ives

Review – Wicked Little Secrets by Susanna Ives

I had so much fun reading this book! If you know anything about my reading habits, you know I love a good historical romance. Especially when the heroine is more than just a damsel in distress. And Vivienne Taylor is far from in distress, making it all the more difficult for her dashing neighbor and childhood friend, Lord Dashiell, to keep her […]

October 20, 2016

Mini Review – Viking Warrior Rebel by Asa Maria Bradley

Mini Review – Viking Warrior Rebel by Asa Maria Bradley

Having not read the first in this series, I can’t say whether it’s an improvement or not. It’s been a while since I read a viking novel and this one pulls on Norse mythology which I am ALL there fore. But… it fell a bit flat for me. I think I missed something having not read book 1. I felt […]