Peacock by Nora Flite and Allison Starwood

A Bookworm Review by Ana

Romantic Comedy

I give this book 5 stars!


It’s so good when the title can make you smile. Seriously … When you read it and think “What the hell”??? Lol

Have a look at the blurb:

The bet was simple: All I had to do was make a guy fall in love with me in one week.
Normally I’d never take such a crazy dare, but I could REALLY use the cash… so how could I say no?
Then I met him: my mystery date.
Simon “Peacock” Cavanaugh. Or better yet, just call him Simon the C*#k. He’s rude, perverse, and his good looks make me hate him even more.
Falling in love with a guy like him… it might be impossible.
But that’s a relief, because really, why would I WANT to be head over heels for a man that’s more dick than heart? A guy who thinks a good first date is hooking up in an alley?
This simple bet is going haywire.
Simon is a player who says he doesn’t do romance. I know I’ll never let a bad boy like him close to my heart.
What if we’re both wrong?

Peacock is a down and DIRTY romance novel that will make you wonder about online match-making… because are all guys as hot and FILTHY as Simon? 😉 Hmmm.



It’s so good when the title can make you smile. Seriously … When you read it and think “What the hell”??? Lol

I really am a lucky girl because each week I can meet a new author and their work. And guess what?? In this book I had the chance to meet not one but two new authors.

Nora Flite and Allison Starwood are just another amazing authors that I had the pleasure of meeting through their work.

Their writing is funny, sincere, simple and pretty much detailed.

Peacock is told by Tamsin (Tazzy) point of view.

She works on a date web site and through that same site she set up a meeting for herself.

But behind this meeting is a bet made with her best friend, that she could do the boy fall in love with her within a week. The problem is that she doesn’t know what she’s getting into.

While I was reading I boarded on a roller coaster of emotions, I was not expecting this unfold, not at all. What I thought it was going to be a simple and easy story it unfolded into a web of betrayal, treachery and greed.

I loved this book, I liked the way the plot developed. And the hot scenes were something unspeakable, sensual and forbidden.

If this book was so intense written by two authors I don’t even want to think about how wonderful it must be your other books, so I can’t wait for the opportunity to read them too.


Divine Desire (The Lotus House Series Book 3) by Audrey Carlan

A Bookworm Review by Ana

Divine Desire 
Contemporary Romance

I give this book 5 stars!


As you already know, I’m a huge fan of Audrey Carlan and this book is of charts. I’m going to find a Yoga Center because oh boy…

Have a look at the blurb:

When veteran yoga instructor Mila Mercado was asked to attend a new class and report back to the studio, she had no idea that the over-confident, ruggedly sexy newbie Atlas Powers was going to teach more than just a very controversial and erotic form of yoga.

New instructor Atlas Powers has two passions in life: his music career and steamy by-the-book Mila Mercado. He teaches yoga by day and works at his passion by night until the fiery woman walks into his class and gives the term desire a whole new dimension.

In this wicked hot tale of love and lust, two struggling artists are trying to make their dreams come true. Only one thing gets in the way… until they stop fighting long enough to burn up the sheets and the yoga studio with a divine desire neither of them can avoid.



One thing is certain, when I started reading this book I was in cloud nine. First because I had the pleasure of meeting this author in person and then because I had read the other 2 books in this series.

It is a world knowledge that Audrey Carlan is a wonderful and cheerful author.

Her writing is simple, very detailed, sassy and with a lot of feeling. She can be sweet and angelic and then she turns into a devil, in a good way of course.

I don’t want to repeat myself but I should warn you that you should read first “Resisting Roots” and “Sacred Serenity” because despite they are all standalones, the characters are present in each book.

“Divine Desire” tells the stories of Mila and Atlas.

Mila is an artist and a teacher at the Lotus House. She love to teach but her passion is to create art.

Atlas is an unique teacher that wants to teach at the Lotus House. His classes are totally different from what we are used to, and he’s also a musician struggling to achieve success.

Something in Mila lured in him but is it love or desire? Or both?

The interaction between these 2 characters was hilarious, stressful, overwhelming and hot as hell!!! The whole plot was intense and unpredictable.

All books from this series are intense, breathtaking and magnificent. The feeling, desire, love and madness are so present in all books and it was a wonderful and tempting reading.

The hot scenes were explosive, each more tempting than the other.

I loved what I read and of course I want more, so much more.

I only have one more thing to say:








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Pretty Dirty Thing: A Billionaire Romance by Coco Holland

A Bookworm Review by Ana

Pretty Dirty Thing

A Billionaire Romance

I give this book 4 stars!

Another book, another new author and dayum I wanted more.

Have a look at the blurb:

She’s in over her head, and he’s head over heels.

I wasn’t looking for trouble. Just a little distraction. A naughty fling to get my mind off running a multi-billion dollar company.

Leah was the sexiest distraction I had ever seen, and I soon found out that one taste wasn’t enough.

I was entranced. Infatuated. Addicted.

But Leah had a dirty little secret. Our meeting was not a chance encounter. She was there for a reason.

And what did I do?

I fell in love with her anyway.

Pretty Dirty Thing is steamy romance novella. It is a standalone with a HEA and no cheating.



Each time I feel luckier. Every time I have a new book to read and meet a new author I’m so happy and super grateful.

And with a title like this one, oh my god. My reaction when I read this title was: we’re going to have a super hot reading.

And I was not wrong …

Coco Holland is a new author to me and I can assure you that I will follow her literary career very closely. Her writing is simple, appealing, sassy and very detailed.

“Pretty Dirty Little Thing” is another book that I will had to my long list of amazing books.

So let’s meet Leah and Callum story.

Leah is an impulsive girl, with a sassy attitude and fire in her eyes. She needed the money so she took one job. One simple job that will change her life for the best. Go to a hotel, take some pictures with the rich guy and that was it but she couldn’t imagine what was about to happen. You see, in life things aren’t always easy.

Callum is a successful and charismatic man. Was badly hurt in the past and because of that he became a private man. He’s only focused on his job, making money and his employees happy.

When he meets the beautiful Leah something in her arouses him, but is it love or lust?

The whole story unfolded so smoothly that reading had become very enjoyable. I loved every word. I loved the fact that it explores love, second chances and also the greed and dishonesty.

My only issue was that it ended so fast, I wanted the story to go on, I wanted to know more and more.

I can’t forget to mention that the hot scenes were extremely hot, they will drive you insane.

Now I have to wait to be able to read more books of this author.


Book Review: Swing



 Screw him and his perfect stats.

Sinful smirk.
Delicious body.

Lincoln Landry probably even has game-winning stamina.I’d like to screw her and her perfect ass.

Dangerous curves.
Sweet smile.

Danielle Ashley probably even has a game-changing personality.

There’s no denying the chemistry between them. It’s so fiery, it’s undeniable. They partake in it. Enjoy it.

They really enjoy it.
Attraction is not a problem. Nor is their banter, relationship status, or habits. That’s all fine. Perfect, actually.

The problem is as tangled up as their sheets.



[Book review originally featured on Ramblings of a Bookworm]

I woke up happier than I did when I was drafted. I feel like the bat is in my hands now–not the Arrows’ or my father’s or in limbo. I have it. And it feels good to SWING.

Lincoln Landry is the hot-shot of Landry family. Gorgeous, talented, and a successful baseball player, he doesn’t often have to work for attention from … well, anyone. When he meets Danielle, he realizes the value that can come from working for something different.

There were a lot of great things about this story. I loved Linc. He is a man that has many layers and it’s difficult to see exactly how deep he goes. Throughout his story, he proves to us that he can be more than the arrogant baseball hero (which he absolutely can be). He is a man, a man with flaws and insecurities. He definitely grows and changes as he moves through this difficult and different section of his life. I loved to see him evolve as a person and adapt his thinking to accept all that life was throwing at him. He is a strong character that represents well dealing with the challenges of life.

As always, the rest of the Landry family makes an appearance. Huxley is still, by far, my favorite. And no different from his appearance in Sway, he offers brilliant insight into what’s happening with Linc. Also, Linc’s father, who can sometimes seem biased between sons, gave some fantastic advice that I think ALL of us should take to heart. “Regardless of what happens in your career, you’re going to be fine. There are seasons of our lives. Look at me, I was a businessman. Then a politician. The a businessman. This is the perfect advice to offer Linc as he faces some major decisions in his future. Also, Graham continues to intrigue me ….

Danielle is a character that I liked, but I really wanted to like more. At the beginning of the story she had some very valid reasons for wanting to avoid becoming serious about a man such as Lincoln. And although she did keep him at bay, it felt more like flirting than actually being serious about holding him at length. I totally get the concept that in finding “the one,” you HAVE to do something about it, but I was hoping for just a bit more hold off on her part. That being said, I still really liked her as a person, in general. Her values, attitude, clever banter, and class were all things that I enjoy seeing in a female character. She seemed a good fit into the Landry world.

This story is a good transition from Sway. I loved getting to know Lincoln and being allowed further access into the Landry family. This is still one of my favorite places to be and I daily long for the kind of happiness, love, and belonging that can always be found amongst the Landrys.

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Book Review: Jaded Hearts


jadedhearts_frontcover_loresSigning with Brighthouse Records was supposed to be everything we ever wanted—our better life. Our chance at everything we never had but always wanted. All our dreams would finally come true and we were on top of the world. It was our chance at the happiness we never had in life.

Our every desire was at our fingertips and the power of that feeling was all consuming. But then it took every dream we thought would come true and it slapped us in the face with the cold hard reality.

Dreams were just that…something that floated on the cusp of untouchable, taunting you with every graze of your fingertips before slipping even further away.

Happiness…that feeling is a joke.

In the end it became painfully obvious that each of us would always have each other, but we would forever be alone.



[Book review originally featured on Ramblings of a Bookworm]

From the first page of this book, I was instantly connected to Wrenlee. Her voice just pulled me into her story and I was totally invested. Wren is the face of Loaded Replay, an imminently successful musical group (which you might remember from Unexpected Fate). From the very start, we see her battling herself not only to find the happiness which she had previously found in her musical ventures, but we are introduced to her vulnerability concerning the people in her life. She has felt used by so many people, that she doesn’t believe that anyone outside her tight-knit group of friends wants HER.

I should feel bad for Prince Charming. My knight in tarnished armor. Because he’ll have one giant battle on his hands to make me believe that someone might be left out there who doesn’t just want a piece of me.

Enter Chance. Brought in to lead a security team to protect the band, he immediately realizes this job is going to be harder than he imagined. “For the first time in almost ten years, I was about to set myself up to give someone else the power over me.  And I would be powerless to stop it.” He had seen Wren perform at a show and was drawn to her. I mean, who isn’t drawn to Wren – she’s beautiful AND crazy talented with her voice – but this was more. Normally, I don’t get too sucked into any stories that have super instant “connections,” but this seemed so real to me. These two characters, both fighting their own battles, recognize something in each other.

The beauty of this story, for me, is not simply in the blossoming of love, but for the rebuilding of two souls. Chance and Wren are both people who have hearts that deserve love, for all the love they give to their friends. Each of them had been used, lied to, or cheated on. Each of these incidents took a piece of their soul, rendering them to existing, rather than truly living. For Wren, she has lost faith in people and lost sight of the beauty in her music. Chance lives so far distant from people, that he only keeps one truly close friend. To see these two come to peace with their pasts, repair their hurt, and forge a brand new future … that was a thing of pure beauty.

We’re going to destroy each other and then put the pieces back together, so there aren’t any more cracks.” Her words, confusing to many, show me just how well Wrenlee has pegged me.

As for the rest of the band, and their close friends, SO MUCH LOVE. Each of these characters has a distinct personality and brought something unique to the story. Characters make the story for me, and I absolutely wanted to jump into this story and be a part of this family of friends. I wish I could’ve let you into my head as I was reading, so you could experience all the feels I had while going through this story (I have way too many highlighted quotes). Wren is probably one of the top ten female characters, for me, that I’ve read.

If you don’t read this story, you’re missing out.

It’s not about love.
It’s not about the rock-n-roller lifestyle.
It’s about finding what makes your life whole and putting back together what has been broken.


Book Review: Being Brooke



Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000035_00027]My name is Brooke Barker…

And I’m a freaking disaster.

No, seriously. I’m a college drop-out working a dead-end job, my best friend Carly’s dog gets more action than I do, and I have more bad dates in my diary than there are movie remakes.

Not to mention I’m completely and utterly in love with Cain Elliott.

The problem? He’s in a relationship. With a girl who’s so plastic she makes Barbie cry herself to sleep with jealousy.

The second problem? He’s my best friend.

My shut-up-and-put-harry-potter, yes-this-is-your-shirt, help-I-have-no-power, crap-I’m-out-of-tampon, kinda best friend.

And that’s all he can be, right?




[Book review originally featured on Ramblings of a Bookworm]

 I’m twenty-four, it’s a Friday night, and I’m waiting for take-out gyros and fries in my onesie. My life is just so exciting I can barely stand it.

From the first page of this book, I was laughing. By the middle of the first chapter, I was laughing OUT LOUD! Brooke is a character that definitely doesn’t have it all together. She’s clumsy, awkward, not dedicated to any career path, and has only just moved out (upon threats from her mother). The thing is, none of these traits takes away from her character. She’s loyal, funny, and absolutely someone I’d want as a best friend.

There were a lot of things I really liked about this story. The first was the friendship between Brooke, Cain, and Carly. Even though we know from the very first moment that Brooke has loved Cain forever, she still puts their friendship first, as does the rest of the trio. “…Unless I’m marrying someone, I’ll always care about your more. Nobody gets to talk stuff about you to me unless it’s Carly, and that’s only because I know she’s already said it to your face.”  I also loved that nothing was simple. Transitions were awkward, secrets were kept, and balances were thrown off. This was one of the most realistic “I’m in love with my best friend” type of stories. And, some people are gonna hate me for this, I loved that sex didn’t rule the relationship in the story. Now don’t massacre me here, I love a sexy story, but here the focus wasn’t on just that. Yeah, all the elements were there, and YES they were obviously attracted to one another, but this book was more.

The thing I didn’t like was some of Brooke’s attributes. Let me explain better. I LOVED Brooke. My issue here wasn’t in her being her, but rather a disconnect for me. I’m clumsy, not super handy around the house, and super independent. In Brooke, sometimes her negative, or eccentric, attributes came off a little … exaggerated for me. I get needing help for multiple tasks in life, but it just seemed like there was so much she couldn’t do. That being said, I still truly enjoyed her.

This is a story I enjoyed much more than I anticipated. It made me laugh out loud, it made me swoon, and it even made me tear up a little there towards the end (no, I’m not telling). Lovers of laughs and romance will thoroughly enjoy this one!

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Book Review: Bestie


**Contains Adult Themes – This book can be read as a standalone**

The universe works in mysterious ways.

Well, it did for me, anyway.

It was like it knew that I needed him.

It put him in my life during a time I honestly thought I couldn’t go on.

He was broken. I was broken.

We only had one thing to offer each other – friendship.

A true, deep, incredible friendship.

Laughter fixed us.

Talking bonded us.

He quickly became my everything.

This is our story.

I can’t promise it’s always perfect.

It might make you laugh.

It might make you cry.

It might even make you love.

It’s real.

It’s us. Besties.


[Book review originally featured on Ramblings of a Bookworm]

Love is an asshole like that. Sometimes people can do horrible things to you, and you would still be willing to overlook it if you could just have them in your life once more.

Molly’s suffered a broken heart. How many of us can say the same? That all-encompassing, life altering shatter of what we once knew to be our life. In that moment, we are certain that things can never be different — the pain that is shrouding us can never dissipate. Real. True. Heartbreak. I’ve felt it. I’ve also felt within it, that stirring of hope that resides deep within us and lets us believe that other person really isn’t the terrible dope they have acted like. The feelings here are so real and explained so perfectly, for me.

In the story, Molly and Roman are both recovering from one of those life altering breakups, each for different reasons. Both are dealing with a life void of a person who has been the center of it for quite a while As annoyed as I was at certain moments in this story, I couldn’t believe how accurate Bella was describing some of my own feelings in these characters. Nothing in a relationship is cut & dry or black & white. In this relationship of besties, they truly run the gamut of emotions, all of which seem valid in the situation. Saying this, they did annoy me at times. I wanted to slap a little backbone in Roman and open up his eyes, while I wanted to shake Molly and give her the right words to say. But this is friendship, life, love … it’s totally messy.

A lot of people are probably going to read this story and expect the signature angst that accompanies Bella’s MC. This story is different, but no less important. I found the relationship represented by Molly and Roman to actually be beautiful. While it did seem a bit rushed and a little awkwardly formed, I feel like sometimes relationships just happen that way. Through the whole story, though, their relationship seemed genuine. This was a story about breaking; losing all of your pieces and not knowing how, or if you even want, to pick them up again. It’s a story about healing your wounds by helping someone else. And more even than that, it’s about the kind of love that forms when you share ALL of you with someone else.

Do I miss the angsty Jokers Wrath guys and gals? You betcha!

Do I think this story measures up to the other Bella Jewel works?

Do I think some people are going to be left unsatisfied? Unfortunately.

Go into this story with NO expectations or preconceived notions. Let the characters take you on their story. Be annoyed. Get mad. Roll your eyes. Yell at the characters. But whatever you do, listen to their story & let them teach you how to find healing through laughter and create a life past the destruction of your heart.


Book Review: You Save Me


“The last time I touched a man was in the backseat of a truck as we raced toward the ysmhospital. I haven’t felt a pull like I did that night.”

Katya may have found freedom after being held captive, but she’s still haunted by the past. Fearing for her safety, she flees Denver to start over again in the small mountain community of Cedar Ridge. She welcomes the anonymity, even as she retreats further inside herself.

Travis saw more than he wanted to during his tour in Iraq, and he’s still living with the ghosts. He’s content to remain in isolation with his secrets, until an incident forces him to re-evaluate that choice.

Will Travis be able to save Katya when someone threatens her life or are demons from the past too strong to overcome?

Can two completely broken people save each other?

Trigger Warning: This book deals with the effects of rape and abuse; as well as living with PTSD. That being said, it does have a HEA.



[Book review originally featured on Ramblings of a Bookworm]

My Katya, you are not fine. You won’t allow yourself to live because you’re still stuck in that basement waiting for death.”

“I can put on my mask for a while — be the kind of man my parents are proud of, a man who honorably served his country, all while hiding the monster beneath.”

I’ve been longing for Katya’s story since she appeared in From This Day Forward & Forsaking All Others. She was kidnapped and held by Landon Scott for months, and after she was rescued not much was said. I wanted to know how she survived and if she was okay.

Of course she wasn’t okay.

I’m honestly not sure how to approach this review. I want to say so much, but I’m not sure I have the ability to express the level of appreciation I had for this story. You NEED to read it. For no other fact than this is one of the most real worlds I’ve ever entered in a story and two of the best characters I can remember reading in … well I’m hard pressed to compare them.

The characters of this story, Travis and Katya, both share much of the same brokenness. I know you’re thinking, “Jazmyne, I hear that all the time and usually the characters are pretty much okay and their brokenness has been greatly exaggerated to hype the book.” This isn’t the case. These characters’ behaviors and choices were real. To live through war, or the hell of being held captive, is not something that you can relate to if you haven’t been through it. Seeing each of these characters barely existing in their lives, sporadically coping, and pulling into themselves, I saw a pain so deep I wasn’t sure how they functioned. This is the first time I can remember NOT being annoyed at a character’s choices and simply feeling pain in my heart that they feel they have to make them.

My heart almost could not handle this story. Almost every chapter had me feeling another emotion! My heart broke, I cried, I laughed, my heart was stitched back together until it broke again, and that was just the first half. I swear I highlighted half the book! I want to share so much of this story with you, but I feel like if I do, it will give too much away. This story was all about the small things, the subtleties that aligned the storyline and characters. Two broken people should, logically, not be able to work. But when your break goes so deep it’s not understood by “normal” people, it takes someone with the same scars to reach you.

Read this book. Inside my head, and my heart, as I was reading I had so many feelings and thoughts pass through. I can’t begin to express them all here. This has been one of the hardest reviews I’ve written all year, as I don’t believe I can do justice to what I experienced. To honor those who are struggling, daily, to keep themselves afloat, read. Show them you’re willing to live life, even if through a story, in their shoes. Allow your heart to break, to experience their demons. Do all this so you can give them hope for a future where they will be able to finally breathe free.


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Outlaw’s Hope (A Viper’s Bite MC Novel Book 1) by Lena Bourne

A Bookworm Review by Ana

Outlaw’s Hope

MC Biker Romance

I give this book 4 stars!

Wanna go for a ride? You need to get into this story. Trust me.

Have a look at the blurb:

Outlaw’s Hope is a Full Length, Standalone MC Romance. No cliffhangers here, just happy endings!

I might be the newly made Vice President of Viper’s Bite MC, but I’m getting out. The sooner the better. Just me, my bike, and the target on my back, riding off into the sunset. Because even a death sentence is preferable to the mess the new club President will get us into.

Then she walks into the strip joint I run, looking for a job. Tara. A girl with a stripper’s name, but the face of an angel.

I want her. In the lying-under-me-and-moaning-my-name kind of way. That part I understand. It’s the part about wanting to protect her from whatever she’s running from and make sure no one ever hurts her again, that’s new to me.

She’s looking at me like she wants the same thing. But she keeps pushing me away. Smart girl. I should leave her be. I have no room for passengers on the back of my bike.

Though for her curvy body, I could make an exception.

Outlaw’s Hope is a standalone, full length MC biker romance novel, which contains steamy sex scenes, and deals with disturbing themes that may be uncomfortable for some readers. Intended for 18+ audiences.



I didn’t know this literary genre and when I found out I was amazed. I’ve always had a soft spot for bikers and the way the authors describes them, how they create their story was something that fascinated me since the beginning. Let us be honest and say that there is someone that doesn’t love a beautiful story about an MC? I love and I’m not ashamed to admit it.

Lena Bourne is a new author to me and I can’t believe it’s been so long until I find her out, I was mad at myself for taking so long.

Her writing is intense, complex, strenuous and lush. I love the way she describes every scene, every detail. Nothing goes unnoticed. And I’m glad.

Outlaw’s Hope is another fantastic book about MC and tells the stories of Tara and Tommy.

Tara is a social worker. She’s a woman on a mission, to find her sister that’s been missing for almost one year. She’s determined to find her no matter what. Then a new lead take her to Crystal’s Lounge but will she find what she’s looking for?

Tommy the brother of the President of the Vipers Bike MC. His mission is to protect and prevent that his brother take possession of Crystal’s Lounge and with that transforms the strippers into prostitutes. But he has to work in the shade because if he finds out his life may be at risk.

A lot will happen that will take you almost to madness, I’m serious I was almost insane with what was happening.

The suspense is largely featured in this book as well as love and second chances. Where can our hope take us? How far the madness of a person can go?

The way in which this book was written, the way this story unfolded was of an intensity so great and so high that almost drove me to madness.

I wanted more, I wanted to know what adventures Tara and Tommy would have but all good things ends quickly.

Lena will you write any more book in this series? I want to know what will happen to the rest of the characters in this plot.



Blue Christmas by Alyson Reynolds

A Bookworm Review by Ana

Blue Christmas


I give this book 5 stars!

Happy new release Alyson Reynolds

Another amazing book from an amazing author. If you are just like me you will love a good and hot romance.

Have a look at the blurb:

Madelyn Williams isn’t happy about going back to her hometown after five years of self-exile. If it wasn’t for her best friend’s wedding, she wouldn’t ever step foot in that awful place again, but a promise is a promise. The last thing she wanted was to face the people from her past that she would rather not see ever again, including her ex-boyfriend and his horrible mother.
But now she’s back and Ryker is different. He’s gone from being the golden boy of Springbrook, to the bad boy momma’s keep their babies from. And he’s asking her for one week. One week to get each other out of their systems. The only problem is, one week isn’t nearly enough. If Maddy gets involved, she’s positive her heart will be broken again, but one week with Ryker might be worth it.



It’s so nice when an author that we love has a new book and is even better when I can sink my claws and start reading.
If you don’t know this author I really can’t understand what you are waiting for. I honestly don’t know. I can assure you that once you start reading her books you are going to want more and more.
Alyson Reynolds has a simple writing, paused and very heartfelt.
You don’t believe me? So start reading.
Blue Christmas tells the stories of Madelyn and Ryker.
After 5 years of absence, Madelyn is obliged to return to her homeland out of loyalty to her best friend. This city that caused her so much suffering and sadness that she sworn to never come back.
Will her return reopen old wounds? Will she find peace or hell again?
All the reading unfolded so soft that I didn’t want to stop reading. The way the story took was so intense that my heart nearly gave out.
Love, second chances are good gifts as evil and madness.
I’m sorry I can’t tell you anymore because I really hate spoilers.
Want to know a secret? The hot scenes are described in a way that could wake the sleeping beauty. No kiss required, lol.
Alyson each one of your books makes me feel so happy, so special and the bar keeps getting higher and higher. So what’s next up on your sleeve? A romantic story? Or a kinky story?
I really doesn’t matter because whatever that is I’ll read and love it for sure.