Review: Laid Out, by Sidney Halston


Part of a series? Yes.

Cliffhanger? No.

Category/Genre: Contemporary Romance, Adult.

Publisher: Loveswept

Pages: 302

RELEASE date: August 18th


Perfect for fans of Monica Murphy and Cecy Robson, Sidney Halston’s scorching new MMA romance proves there are no holds barred when it comes to seduction.
Growing up an Army brat, Violet Channing could never meet her dad’s high expectations. But in the eyes of her best friend, she could do no wrong. He even insisted that he should be her first kiss. Now Cain Sorensen is all grown up, hardened by years in special ops and always looking for a good fight. Tall, with striking blue eyes and impossibly blond hair, he’s a modern-day Viking warrior. Of course, Violet’s all grown up, too, and she’s ready to surrender to his every command.

Cain knows he’s bad for Violet. His work is dangerous, and his hobbies are downright deadly. As a private mercenary and a mixed martial arts fighter, he could never let such an innocent soul into his world. And yet his most grueling combat training is no match for Violet’s killer curves, hot touch, and suggestive glances. Now all of Cain’s most explosive fantasies are coming true—but once they cross the line between friends and lovers, there’s no turning back.




I received this book via Netgalley for an honest review.

This is the fourth book in the Worth the Fight series. Each book can be read as a standalone from what I know considering that each book features a different couple.

I was expecting a lot and while it was entertaining for the most part, I can’t say I’m not a tiny bit disappointed.

I wasn’t expecting to be blown away exactly, but I was expecting a more solid writing. Instead, I think some things are too all over the place.

For example, the dual POV isn’t always clear. The author switches POV almost out of the blue and sometimes it was confusing. But I have an ARC so maybe this is going to be fixed by the time the book comes out. Call me weird, but I like to see a real difference between the POVs, I like it when I know when the author switches and most importantly why that switch is important. Here, I wasn’t always sure who was thinking for a sentence or two and it ended up bothering me a little.

Then there’s also the issue with the number of characters. I like that the author has such a tight knit and interesting group of friends. The intention is good and it’s working to a certain extent, but sometimes the writing doesn’t make it clear enough who’s talking and how they move. And some characters have the same way of talking…There aren’t many scenes with the whole group of friends, but sometimes it was confusing enough to pull me out of the story.

Throughout the book I had a hard time picturing the characters. Not necessarily how they look because that’s pretty much clear, but how they move and what they’re doing. Even their environment isn’t all that detailed. I guess I miss some descriptions. Sometimes the dialogues are too chatty and don’t serve the plot or the rhythm of the story.

Then there’s the plot…There are a lot of good things to be said regarding the premise. I can’t exactly tell you what I love the most regarding Cain and Violet because they go from way back and it’s not stated in the blurb, but it’s good. Yet, I think the characters have too much of a back and forth going and little evolution regarding their thought process to make the change in Violet and Cain’s dynamic fully understandable. Sometimes changes have been a long time coming (too long) and suddenly things would change quite drastically. I wouldn’t have minded if I had felt a real connection with the main characters.

Also, it’s said to be a scorching series and maybe the other installments are, but this installment isn’t all that scorching hot. There are a few sex scenes, but nothing that hot or steamy. At least, I didn’t care much of these. :/

Even the whole “seduction game“ didn’t really work for me. Cain is contradicting himself too much even though I can understand him at first. But after a little while…I don’t know. I guess I can see why some readers think this is a steamy, scorching read because of how Cain and Violet start to get closer, but in my opinion these scenes aren’t showing their true potential to make them…epic. Yes, I am picky.

I’m really sorry for this review, but I think my disappointment is running too deep to write anything else. I had a good enough time with this book, but nowhere near my expectations or the praises I could find regarding this series.


2.5 to 3


2014 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,600 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 43 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Review: Only For You, by Genna Rulon


Part of a series? Yes.

Cliffhanger? No. (Can be read as a stand-alone).

Category: New Adult/Adult

Genre: Contemporary Romance with a touch of mysteries.


Pages: 390


“In its purest form love is self-sacrificing, eternal, selfless, enduring, truthful, forgiving and indulgent. It also feels an awful lot like a kick to the stomach when you try to fight it!”


All Everleigh Carsen wanted to do was complete her final semester at Hensley University and begin the life she carefully planned.


When a wave of violent crime seizes campus, Everleigh is persuaded to attend a school sponsored self-defense seminar by her best friend, where she meets volunteer instructor, Hunter Charles. After Everleigh’s biting sarcasm induces Hunter to eject her from class, a tempestuous relationship is born.


Everleigh is determined to forget the striking man, but fate—that fickle shrew—continuously intervenes. Unable to escape him, she declares Hunter an enemy combatant. The only complication…Hunter is resolutely pursuing vindication…by any means necessary. Verbal warfare ensues, and despite Everleigh’s ingenious efforts, in Hunter, she has finally found her equal.


Only For You is a compelling tale of friendship, desire, and redemption—brimming with intelligent characters, witty dialogue, unexpected twists, profound sorrow, unfettered hope, and love’s unassailable perseverance.


• This story is appropriate for readers 18+
• Only For You is the first book in the For You series by Genna Rulon. Each book in the series can be read as a stand alone novel.



This book is the first one of a series, but the second installment is focusing on secondary characters. There’s no cliffhanger and it can be read as a stand-alone, but I can assure you that you’ll want to read the next one!

I decided to read this book on a whim, quite disappointed with the books I had finished recently and I must say that it was a pleasant surprise.

Is it a perfect book? No.

Is it fun? Yes.

Is it gut wrenching? Yes to that too.

To be honest, I wasn’t expecting much when I started it, but I soon found myself unable to put it down. Not only the characters all won me over, even the secondary ones, but the plot itself was unfolding in such a way that I had to read the next chapter, and the next one and so on.

But I must admit that I had a hard time at first with the writing style and the dialogues. This author is talented and did an amazing job at writing sarcastic dialogues like I love them, but the words used by the characters were at times almost unbelievable for their age or the situation, which made it uneasy at first to fully delve into the story.

That being said, more times than I can count I laughed while reading this book. The dialogues, or banters, between Ev and Hunter are priceless. I can honestly admit that some of these are gems I’d go back to if I ever feel down after I read books I didn’t enjoy. Everleigh is a fun character, one with a backbone and a personality so strong that it’s impossible to be bored. And her connection with Hunter is undeniable, which is a gigantic bonus when it comes to Romance novels.

The strange thing though is that it’s not all fun and light-hearted scenes. This book put into perspective some very awful dramatic things to the point that my heart broke, shattered even. It’s tastefully done and yet conveys quite well the atrocity. It made me love the characters all that much more.

That being said, unfortunately, I think some scenes or pages are more telling than showing which broke the rhythm of the story. Just slightly, but still enough for me to notice and point out.

But all in all, I had an amazing time with this book and will read other stories by this author, starting with the sequel to this book already available. I hope you’ll want to read it too because I truly think that this book deserves to be read and talked about.

Who read Only For You? What do you think about Hunter? Hot Stuff or not? In my opinion, he’s Hot Stuff all the way! 🙂




Review: Phenomenal X, by Michelle A. Valentine



Part of a series? Yes

Cliffhanger? Yes


Pages:  336

Genre: Contemporary Romance 

Category: Adult

Warnings: Best for mature readers. 



Good Girl. Notorious Bad-Boy. One Phenomenal Love.

From the mean streets of Detroit rises the newest superstar of professional wrestling, Xavier Cold, better known as Phenomenal X. His muscular physique makes men cower before him and woman lose their minds with desire.

Anna Cortez is fresh out of college and naive to the harsh realities of the real world. Tired of living under the thumb of her conservative family, she defies them when she accepts a job as the assistant to wrestling’s most notorious bad-boy. Phenomenal X has an animalistic nature that even good girl Anna finds hard to resist.

One night forced to share a bed in a sold-out hotel, lines blur between them and they quickly learn that one lustful night changes everything and neither one of them will ever be the same.



Since the very beginning I’ve been following closely Michelle A. Valentine’s books. I know, it sounds really stalkerish, but I don’t mind. 😉
Of course, when I first saw this one, I was eager to read it.

Phenomenal X is a great first installment of what could be a great series if the sequel doesn’t disappoint. The story is fast paced, the writing style does’t disappoint and the characters have just enough flaws and hang-ups to make the story more interesting and epic.

So yeah, I enjoyed reading this book. I devoured it in two days, which isn’t that complicated because the book isn’t that long. Speaking of the length… I think that the plot would have deserved to be more detailed, some aspects with Anna’s father could have been better explored than it is in this first installment. That way, it would have given more depth to the character and in turn I think I’d have felt more interested, more invested.

Also, there is one tiny thing that bothered me. In my opinion, considering the time frame of the story, the romance comes too fast too easily. Xavier and Anna fall for each other too damn fast for my liking, which is always a pet peeve of mine. Though, don’t get me wrong, it’s well-brought and the chemistry between the two characters is so thick that you tend to forget everything else.

I truly enjoyed discovering the little bits of Xavier’s past and I love how the author put these glimpses from his past to blend so perfectly with the narration. I hope we’ll discover even more in the next book.

But be warned! There is a cliffhanger. I really hate/love cliffhangers.

Even though I enjoyed reading this book, it’s not my favorite written by this author. That being said, or written in this case, I’ll 1-click the sequel as soon as it is available.

What do you think about Xavier? Is he your new book boyfriend?



Image to 3.5


Tour Stop: A LITTLE TOO HOT by




Hi guys,

I’m a little late to post my participation to the blog tour, but a family crisis occurred and I had to leave. Though, here is a special teaser pic for A LITTLE TOO HOT! You should read this series as it is one of the best out there in the genre. And believe me, there are some h-o-t scenes in these books! 😉




So? Don’t you want to buy it? 


You can find all the info about this new title and the previous installments below. And check out the amazing stops and blogs. 🙂



Author: Lisa Desrochers
Series: A Little Too Far #3
Publication Date: January 21, 2014
Publisher: William Morrow Impulse


From USA Today bestselling author Lisa Desrochers, comes the third book in her sizzling New Adult series.

If you play with fire…

Tossed out of college and cut off by her parents, Samantha West is in pretty dire straits. So when her rocker best friend hooks her up with a job dancing at a gentlemen’s club, who is she to turn it down? Plus, there are rules to dancing at Benny’s: No touching, keep your clothes on at all times, and never get closer than three feet. Unfortunately for Sam, her first private client makes her want to break every single one of them.

Harrison Yates is scorching hot, but he’s got a past that involves being left at the altar not too long ago. Sam is determined to make him forget about his ex, but when she makes her move, it flings her life into a spiral of chaos she never saw coming.

Because Harrison Yates isn’t who he seems to be. And his secret will probably get her killed.




Barnes & Noble: 


Google Play: 




“Every page is deliciously breathtaking, wickedly sexy and sensational. A LITTLE TOO HOT is wonderfully unique and a LOT HOT! I am a HUGE Lisa Desrochers fan.”
   — Katy Evans, New York Times bestselling author of REAL, MINE, and REMY


“Lisa is brilliant at creating sizzling sexual tension and impossible circumstances that make the reader hold their breath all the way to happy ever after. Sam and Harrison are more than A Little Too Hot, they are scorching!”
   — Jay Crownover, New York Times bestselling author of RULE, JET, and ROME


“Lisa Desrochers’ best yet! A LITTLE TOO HOT is hotter than hot with all the emotional punch to back it up!”
   — Sophie Jordan, New York Times bestselling author



About Lisa Desrochers

Lisa Desrochers is the USA Today bestselling author of A LITTLE TOO FAR , courtesy of HarperCollins, and companions, A LITTLE TOO MUCH (Nov 12, 2013), and A LITTLE TOO HOT (Jan 21, 2014). Also in stores is her YA PERSONAL DEMONS trilogy (Macmillan).

She lives in central California with her husband and two very busy daughters. There is never a time that she can be found without a book in her hand, and she adores stories that take her to new places, and then take her by surprise.









Other Books in the Series: (OPTIONAL)

Title: A LITTLE TOO FAR (A Little Too Far #1)
Pub. Date: September 17, 2013/October 1, 2013
Publisher: William Morrow
Pages: 336
Formats: Paperback, eBook


Lexie Banks has.

Yep. She just had mind-blowing sex with her stepbrother. In her defense, she was on the rebound, and it’s more of a my-dad-happened-to-marry-a-woman-with-a-super-hot-son situation. But still, he’s been her best friend and confidant for the better part of the last few years … and is so off limits. It’s a good thing she’s leaving in two days for a year abroad in Rome.

But even thousands of miles away, Lexie can’t seem to escape trouble. Raised Catholic, she goes to confession in hopes of alleviating some of her guilt … and maybe not burning in hell. Instead, she stumbles out of the confessional and right into Alessandro Moretti, a young and very easy-on-the-eyes deacon … only eight months away from becoming a priest. Lexie and Alessandro grow closer, and when Alessandro’s signals start changing despite his vow of celibacy, she doesn’t know what to think. She’s torn between falling in love with the man she shouldn’t want and the man she can’t have. And she isn’t sure how she can live with herself either way.

To read an excerpt on the author’s website, CLICK HERE.





Barnes & Noble: 


Title: A LITTLE TOO MUCH (A Little Too Far #2)
Pub. Date: November 12, 2013/December 10, 2013
Publisher: William Morrow
Pages: 416
Formats: Paperback, eBook


In the follow-up to Lisa Desrochers’ explosive New Adult novel A Little too Far, Alessandro Moretti must face the life he escaped and the girl he loved and left behind.

Twenty-two year old Hilary McIntyre would like nothing more than to forget her past. As a teenager abandoned to the system, she faced some pretty dark times. But now that’s all behind her. Hilary has her life on track, and there’s no way she’ll head back down that road again.

Until Alessandro Moretti—the one person who can make her remember—shows up on her doorstep. He’s even more devastatingly gorgeous than before, and he’s much too close for comfort. Worse, he sees right through the walls she’s built over these last eight years, right into her heart and the secrets she’s guarding.

As Hilary finds herself falling back into love with the man who, as a boy both saved and destroyed her, she must decide. Past or future? Truth or lies?




Barnes & Noble: 


The Giveaway

Note: This giveaway is shared between both tours for A LITTLE TOO HOT and is not run by Rockstar Book Tours. It is hosted by the author who will choose the winner.

The giveaway is international.


The GRAND PRIZE is a blurb pack of all three REAL series books signed by Katy Evans, all three Marked Men series books signed by Jay Crownover and FOREPLAY signed by Sophie Jordan, plus signed swag.


Rafflecopter embed code:


<a id=”rc-c85d737″ href=”” rel=”nofollow”>a Rafflecopter giveaway</a>

<script src=”//“></script>


Rafflecopter Link:


Tour Schedule

The full schedule does NOT have to be included in your posts. If you can include your day of the tour’s stops that would be great.

Please be sure to include the link to the schedule on Rockstar Book Tours:

Week One: Day One

Jan. 20th – Page Turners Blog – Review + Excerpt

Jan. 20th – Lost in Literature – Review

Jan. 20th – The Reading Cafe – Review + Guest Post

Jan. 20th – City of Books – Review

Jan. 20th – Sun Mountain Reviews – Review

Week One: Day Two 

Jan. 21st – Fiktshun – ALT Scene from Harrison’s POV

Jan. 21st – Step Into Fiction – Review + Deleted Scene

Jan. 21st – Lovin’ Los Libros – Review

Jan. 21st – The Autumn Review – Review

Jan. 21st – A Love Affair With Books – Review

Jan. 21st – Alii’s Book Jungle – Review

Jan. 21st – Book Labyrinth – Review + Character Interview

Week One: Day Three 

Jan. 22nd – Books Complete Me – Review + Excerpt

Jan. 22nd – In the Best Worlds – Review

Jan. 22nd – Globug and Hootie Need A Book – Review

Jan. 22nd – My Favorite Things – Playlist Post

Jan. 22nd – Ginger-read Reviews – Review

Jan. 22nd – Book Angel Booktopia – Review

Week One: Day Four 

Jan. 23rd – Ramblings From This Chick – Review

Jan. 23rd – The Demon Librarian – Review

Jan. 23rd – Books Over Boys – Excerpt or Deleted Scene

Jan. 23rd – Keepin’ It Real Book Blog – Review

Jan. 23rd – No Bent Spines – Author Interview

Week One: Day Five 

Jan. 24th – Seeing Night Reviews – Guest Post

Jan. 24th – Bookhounds YA – Guest Post

Jan. 24th – The Book Swarm – Review

Jan. 24th – The Book Review – Review

Jan. 24th – bookaholics anonymousonline – Guest Post

Jan. 24th – Little Bookworm Reviews – Review

Week Two: Day Six

Jan. 27th – Owl Always Be Reading – Review + Guest Post

Jan. 27th – BookChic – Review

Jan. 27th – The Book Whore-der’s Delights – Review

Jan. 27th – Paranormal Book Club – Guest Post

Jan. 27th – Ticket to Anywhere – Deleted Scene

Jan. 27th – Nocturne Romance Reads – Review + Author Interview

Week Two: Day Seven 

Jan. 28th – The Busy Bibliophile – Review

Jan. 28th – The Cover Contessa – Guest Post

Jan. 28th – Book Crushin – Review

Jan. 28th – Rumpled Sheets Blog – Review

Jan. 28th – Good Books & Good Coffee – Guest Post

Week Two: Day Eight 

Jan. 29th – Michelle & Leslie’s Book Picks – Review + Character Interview

Jan. 29th – Waiting For Wentworth – Review

Jan. 29th – Nestled in a Book – Review

Jan. 29th – The Scarlet Siren – Review

Jan. 29th – Nerd Alert Book Love – Review

Jan. 29th – Allodoxophobia: The Fear of Opinions – Review

Week Two: Day Nine 

Jan. 30th – The Irish Banana Review – Review + Guest Post

Jan. 30th – Stuck In YA Books – Review + Excerpt

Jan. 30th – adventures-in-word – Review

Jan. 30th – The Bookmark Blog – Review

Jan. 30th – All in a Book – Review

Jan. 30th – Booklovers LaceyCat – Deleted Scene or Excerpt

Week Two: Day Ten 

Jan. 31st – Fade Into Fantasy – Guest Post

Jan. 31st – Hot Stuff Book Reviews – Review

Jan. 31st – Kimberlyfaye Reads – Review

Jan. 31st – Sugar and Spice Book Reviews – Excerpt

Jan. 31st – Polished Readers – Review

Jan. 31st – A Bookish Escape – Review


The full tour schedule coded for Blogger:


Week One: Day One</h3>


Jan. 20th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Page Turners Blog</a> – Review + Excerpt<br />

Jan. 20th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Lost in Literature</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 20th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Reading Cafe</a> – Review + Guest Post<br />

Jan. 20th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>City of Books</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 20th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Sun Mountain Reviews</a> – Review</blockquote>


Week One: Day Two&nbsp;</h3>


Jan. 21st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Fiktshun</a> – ALT Scene from Harrison’s POV<br />

Jan. 21st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Step Into Fiction</a> – Review + Deleted Scene<br />

Jan. 21st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Lovin’ Los Libros</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 21st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Autumn Review</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 21st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>A Love Affair With Books</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 21st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Alii’s Book Jungle</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 21st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Book Labyrinth</a> – Review + Character Interview</blockquote>


Week One: Day Three&nbsp;</h3>


Jan. 22nd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Books Complete Me</a> – Review + Excerpt<br />

Jan. 22nd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>In the Best Worlds</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 22nd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Globug and Hootie Need A Book</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 22nd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>My Favorite Things</a> – Playlist Post<br />

Jan. 22nd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Ginger-read Reviews</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 22nd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Book Angel Booktopia</a> – Review</blockquote>


Week One: Day Four&nbsp;</h3>


Jan. 23rd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Ramblings From This Chick</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 23rd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Demon Librarian</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 23rd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Books Over Boys</a> – Excerpt or Deleted Scene<br />

Jan. 23rd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Keepin’ It Real Book Blog</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 23rd – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>No Bent Spines</a> – Author Interview</blockquote>


Week One: Day Five&nbsp;</h3>


Jan. 24th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Seeing Night Reviews</a> – Guest Post<br />

Jan. 24th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Bookhounds YA</a> – Guest Post<br />

Jan. 24th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Book Swarm</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 24th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Book Review</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 24th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>bookaholics anonymousonline</a> – Guest Post<br />

Jan. 24th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Little Bookworm Reviews</a> – Review</blockquote>


Week Two: Day Six</h3>


Jan. 27th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Owl Always Be Reading</a> – Review + Guest Post<br />

Jan. 27th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>BookChic</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 27th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Book Whore-der’s Delights</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 27th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Paranormal Book Club</a> – Guest Post<br />

Jan. 27th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Ticket to Anywhere</a> – Deleted Scene<br />

Jan. 27th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Nocturne Romance Reads</a> – Review + Author Interview</blockquote>


Week Two: Day Seven&nbsp;</h3>


Jan. 28th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Busy Bibliophile</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 28th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Cover Contessa</a> – Guest Post<br />

Jan. 28th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Book Crushin</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 28th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Rumpled Sheets Blog</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 28th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Good Books &amp; Good Coffee</a> – Guest Post</blockquote>


Week Two: Day Eight&nbsp;</h3>


Jan. 29th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Michelle &amp; Leslie’s Book Picks</a> – Review + Character Interview<br />

Jan. 29th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Waiting For Wentworth</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 29th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Nestled in a Book</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 29th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Scarlet Siren</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 29th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Nerd Alert Book Love</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 29th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Allodoxophobia: The Fear of Opinions</a> – Review</blockquote>


Week Two: Day Nine&nbsp;</h3>


Jan. 30th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Irish Banana Review</a> – Review + Guest Post<br />

Jan. 30th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Stuck In YA Books</a> – Review + Excerpt<br />

Jan. 30th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>adventures-in-word</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 30th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>The Bookmark Blog</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 30th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>All in a Book</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 30th – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Booklovers LaceyCat</a> – Deleted Scene or Excerpt</blockquote>


Week Two: Day Ten&nbsp;</h3>


Jan. 31st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Fade Into Fantasy</a> – Guest Post<br />

Jan. 31st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Hot Stuff Book Reviews</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 31st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Kimberlyfaye Reads</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 31st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Sugar and Spice Book Reviews</a> – Excerpt<br />

Jan. 31st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>Polished Readers</a> – Review<br />

Jan. 31st – <a href=”; target=”_blank”>A Bookish Escape</a> – Review</blockquote>

<br />