Review: A Fine Line

A Fine Line by Sue Horsford
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

On a lark, I picked up this book to try out some new BDSM erotica. I'm mixed about this story. Let's start with what I enjoyed. I liked the characters. I enjoyed the tangled twisted plot and I loved the BDSM erotica.

First, from a character building, I liked our main characters. Faye Austin is a woman who has always been in the shadow of her sister. She is treated like the proverbial red headed stepchild. Except she is not a stepchild. She is the first born and it seems, statuesque. The start of the story is a horrific discovery about her husband with many pictures of her sister, Ginny. This is heartbreaking for Faye as she's always come in second to her sister. Even with her husband? How can this be? The competition between the two sisters is sad. Because it is clear this divisiveness is developed by their parents to the detriment of all. As adults, the two sisters are still not able to overcome it.

Gabriel Scott is a c…

Review: Hayley's Heartland

Hayley's Heartland by Jennie May
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

When it comes to domestic discipline, Ms. May is always a pleasure to read. This is the second book in the series and it can be read as a standalone. It is easy to pick up the relationships between each of the characters and their dynamics.

Hayley was a big time city girl who found her place in a small town with a man who practices domestic discipline. In theory, she agrees with him. In practice... she sometimes forgets and becomes willfully disobedient. She believes she is doing it because she is right. From an outsider perspective, it is clear Hayley is impulsive and doesn't trust her patient boyfriend, Joel.

I liked how Joel disciplined Hayley. She needed more than just the belt in my opinion. Her heart is in the right place; her execution is totally flawed. When her husband corrects her, she "pretends" to get it but she is still headstrong and doesn't seem to grasp the concept of a domestic discipline…

Review: In The Rough

In The Rough by Sara Brookes
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This series gets sexier and sexier. In the Rough totally strokes my techie pleasure button with the virtual reality kink to the next level. Will this technology ever become reality? Who is to know? Techies need to take note of Ms. Brookes' ideas and capitalize on them!

I enjoyed this story because I really liked Marcus Holly. He is a guy who I can understand and I feel badly for, even when I think he acts illogically. He is a great guy who just wants to live his life peacefully. He also hopes to make some money so that he can have food and basic shelter. All of this hinges on his cutting edge VR technology. He wasn't expecting it to be picked up by a BDSM club, but he adjusts and creates some pretty awesome scenarios. What I liked about Ms. Brookes' writing style is how she incorporates enough technology to make it kind of believable. The technology is not quite there yet, but her descriptions of what needs to happen in …

JERSEY GHOULS by A.L. Sirois blog tour and giveaway

A.L. Sirois

Genre: Horror
Publisher: Azure Spider Publications
Publication Date: June 15, 2018
A disabled cop and his ex battle giant centipedes and ghouls in a small riverside community that's about to be flooded out.
The rain-drenched riverside town of Sherwood's Landing, NJ is invaded by a species of centipede from Central America armed with psychedelic venom. Former cop Lafferty "Hoff" Hoffman and his ex-girlfriend Beatrice St. John are swept into terror as their neighbors are enslaved by a centipede-generated group mind. Those remaining free must band together to survive the onslaught of ravenous ghouls.
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Terry Haggerty was no pushover. She had gone to work at sixteen to save money for college, which is where she met Rook. Before the kids came, they'd often spent weekends at campsites throughout the regio…

Review: Affairs of Dragons

Affairs of Dragons by Lena Austin
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Sweet and sexy, dragon lovers will enjoy this paranormal romance. Jon is a quiet man who knows he is different than others. After seeing what they do to boys who like other boys, Jon keeps a low profile. When he is outed by an unsavory booty call, Jon is beaten near to death and sent off as a virgin sacrifice to the evil dragon.

The Dragon aka Patch is a blue dragon who is a bit of an anomaly amongst other dragons. He yearns for a mate who is also a male. When his latest tribute is a poorly disguised male, he does a little something different than his usual catch and release of virgins. He actually wants to keep this one and mayhaps take a bit of a nibble.

This story moved along at a fast clip and the end came all too quick. The characters are adorable and too sweet together. The story does bring up another thread that I hope will be featured in the next book. The sex is mild as Jon is a virgin. Patch and Jon's chemistry i…

THE PRIESTESSES OF LEVET by Victoria Lynn Osborne blog tour and giveaway

Victoria Lynn Osborne

Series: A Jason and Mortyiene Mystery # 3
Genre: Fantasy, Mystery
Publisher: Azure Spider Publications
Publication Date: June 15, 2018
Jason and Mortyiene investigate the deaths of several priestesses
A priestess is dead hanging in an iron maiden.
The conclave of priestesses are meeting with new instructions from the goddess Levet.
A new floor is opening and the sealed rooms are scenes of horrific crimes discovered after the room opens. Jason and Mortyiene are called to investigate. Who is killing these women? Why? Does this have anything to do with the ongoing war?
To complicate things further, the sky rangers led by general Valairia, war mistress of the Kylvar are in town to fight a rampaging dragon. There is well known animosity between the clergy and Valairia. These spats erupt into battles as the general assumes privileges not granted to her.
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Review: Rough Justice

Rough Justice by Kelley Armstrong
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Trust in Ms. Armstrong to bring a faery tale into modern times. The way she can blend the supernatural into white colour jobs is impressive. In this story, the fae, specifically the Hunt have come into the corporate world. Their "day" job perfectly fits their dark persona. I am not sure if this story is an off shoot of another one because it did feel like I was missing some back stories. I was still easily able to get caught up to speed. Ms. Armstrong provides a bit of reference points in each instance.

Our focus here is Olivia. She is now part of the hunt. It is her job to witness and bring down the ones who thought they can get away with a crime. But how does she know that the Wild Hunt can always determine if the perpetrator is guilty? The Wild Hunt sets up a test for Olivia to believe without question. She tries and fails because she is a doubting Thomas. In this case, it was interesting because Olivia is right a…