Category: "Recommended Reading"

It’s been awhile since I’ve done one of these! Not enough time in the day, it seems. But this time, I’ve got something extra-awesome. Ready for it? Not only do I have a reading recommendation, but the author stopped by to chat about her newest release! Let’s talk books first. (Ah, books…) I discovered Kate […]

It’s been a few months…but a crazy time so I can’t really be blamed, right? But that’s okay, because I’m back and I’m sharing a very recent release as my newest Reading Recommendation! This month is A Lady by Midnight, by Tessa Dare. A Lady by Midnight is the third book of the Spindle Cove […]

Julie Anne Long’s How The Marquess Was Won is this month’s selection for Reading Recommendations. Sexual tension, ahoy! Oh my God, this book… I’ll warn you ahead of time that miles of sexual tension, build up, and banter are ahead. Miss Phoebe Vale is a schoolteacher with a longing for a bonnet. (Doesn’t sound too funny […]

First, I have to mention something that has nothing to do with the book I’m about to talk about… I feel like Sarah MacLean has the most fantastic titles. I got hooked on her first when I read her first book, Nine Rules To Break When Romancing A Rake. Then came Ten and Eleven. Sadly, […]

Let’s take a jaunt back to the historical for this month’s Reading Recommendation. Today, I’m going to suggest you try out Stephanie Laurens, particularly her book Mastered by Love. This one is the final book of the Bastion Club series. Laurens is quite gifted with the art of the series, her Cynster family series is […]

  Another contemporary coming your way this month, but when I read a ton of them, is that any shock? This month, my recommendation is Susan Andersen’s Just for Kicks. The book was recently re-released with an updated cover, but I happen to like the original, which is the one I own. I think it’s […]

I will state up front that paranormal books are not really my chosen reading genre. Sometimes something will pull me in, but it’s rare. Which means when it does, the story or characters pulled me in so much it overrides my ambivalence toward the sub-genre. But then again, I doubt Suzanne Brockmann would call this […]

Maya Banks is a woman of many faces. Or, rather, genres. She writes erotic romance, Harlequin Desires, romantic suspense, and now historical romance. But one of the great parts about Maya from a reader standpoint is that no matter what genre you’re reading in, she’s got the same great voice. You know you’ll get some […]

This is the first monthly installment of my recommended reads. I might be an author, but I’m a reader first and foremost. So, why not spread the love and give my blog visitors my own recommendations for what I’ve read recently that I just couldn’t get enough of? This month’s recommended read is going to […]