Kill Shot by Lani Lynn Vale

Kill Shot by Lani Lynn Vale

Kill Shot by Lani Lynn Vale was the bomb all the way through. Never did there come a time when I wanted to put the book down, yell at the characters, or just be done with the book in its entirety. From the first moment we meet Bennett and Lennox I became glued to my reading device, nothing was pulling away from it. I loved how when Bennett and Lennox first met they had this […]

Teased by Jamie Begley

Teased by Jamie Begley

When I first entered into the book community (something I didn’t think was even a thing) Teased by Jamie Begley was one of the first books I remember reading and loving then. At the time I thought that Teased was the greatest thing I had ever read in the Erotica genre, but after this last re-read I’ve realized that I might’ve embellished some things. For some reason I thought that the romance between Colton and […]

Oxygen Deprived by Lani Lynn Vale

Oxygen Deprived by Lani Lynn Vale

Between Aspen’s slightly unhinged personality to Drew’s raw alpha tendencies I never stood a chance in resisting the pull of Oxygen Deprived by Lani Lynn Vale. I hated when the story ended because these characters were: So fun to read about, Their romance was unlike any other I’d read before, and I wanted to continue reading about their life both together and separately until the end of their days; there’s sure to be a lot […]

Burn For Me by Ilona Andrews

Burn For Me by Ilona Andrews

For me, it seemed like forever since I’d read an Ilona Andrews story. When Burn For Me by Ilona Andrews went on sale earlier this year It seemed crazy for me not to scoop it up and add it to my digital collection. Toying with the idea of reading Burn For Me on my kindle app, without its audiobook companion, lasted only as long as it took me to open the book to chapter one. […]

Not Forsaken: Finding Freedom as Sons & Daughters of a Perfect Father by Louie Giglio

Not Forsaken: Finding Freedom as Sons & Daughters of a Perfect Father by Louie Giglio

Not Forsaken by Louie Giglio might just be the turning point in how I structure or interact with my reviews of Christian Living titles in the future. I’m very selective in the novels that I choose to read and review, whether they are non-fiction or fictional. I evaluate if there is a possibility of the story, or the message, affecting me so much that I would want to write about it. Sometimes I’m surprised when […]

Charlie Foxtrot by Lani Lynn Vale

Charlie Foxtrot by Lani Lynn Vale

I have been anticipating Charlie Foxtrot by Lani Lynn Vale since we were introduced to Blake when she confronted Foster in the diner. That scene was like a bell being rung, signaling the start of a battle to submission between Foster and Blake. BOOM! It was right then I knew that Blake would be the challenge that Foster needed to get out of the funk that had surrounded him since his incident in Execution Style. […]