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Review: Nine-to-Five Fantasies: Tales of Sex on the Job

Classified ads gone wild, erotic, delicious, creative @AlisonTyler #bookreview
Nine-to-Five Fantasies: Tales of Sex on the Job by Alison Tyler
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Crank up the air condition or turn on a fan. Ms. Tyler brings to life sexual fantasies involving working men and women readers see in their daily lives. Ms. Tyler brings together a gaggle, herd, pard or is it a murder of authors to tantalize kinky readers. The theme of this book tying every story together are fantasies and hook ups with people in the service industry. Reading the introduction of this book will help make sense of these "classified ads" turned dirty.

There are the usual working men used for fantasy fodder like construction worker, plumber, mechanic or the pool boy. This collection takes it to the next level. Each of the authors takes an occupation and eroticizes it in glorious detail. This is a book to be kept by the bedside table for inspiration into hot sexy roleplay. Every story is kinky in it…

Review: Degrees of Control

lovely erotic novel for kinky readers who love romance and role-playing @Eve_Dangerfield #bookreview #hawt
Degrees of Control by Eve Dangerfield
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Who is this author and why have I not read her books before? DEGREES OF CONTROL is a light BDSM romance with character development and a fabulous romance. The kinky parts are quite hawt. Charlie Bell is a transplant to the States from Down Under. She is not a flower child per se, but she is carefree and vegan. When the reason for her adventures in the States come to a heartbreaking halt, she gets drunk with her girlfriends and shares her sexual fantasies. Lucky for Charlie, she has good friends. One hawt kinky no strings attached man meat coming up! Sophia is a good friend who can bring forth thirty plus eligible men at the drop of a hat. She reluctantly also includes her slutty cousin, James Hunter. Former model now businessman, James goes through women like fast food. He likes them cheap and easy.

This story is chara…

Review: Catching Dragos

Catching Dragos by Gail Koger
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Vigilante, thy name is Mariah Smith. Mariah is part of a large magical clan on her mother's side. After justice did not happen for her father, Mariah uses her magical talents to seek vengeance. Now this is her regular gig as she finds those who abuse others and gets away with it. Whilst Mariah likes to go by the moniker Judge, it should be more accurate to call her JE for judge, jury and executioner. This is the second book to this series. It can be read as a standalone.

For those who loved Gail Koger's Coletti Warlords series, pick this series up. The characters are designed exactly the same in attitude and stubbornness. The males are arrogant and high-handed. The females are a bit klutzy, stubborn and soft-hearted. Mariah is almost exactly like Kaylee Jones in Just My Luck. Other than their different "powers", Mariah tries to avoid being claimed as a mate and she adopts a ferocious little demon. Xeno the cute, f…

Review: Code Monkey

for ménage lovers who enjoy military men and smart women coming together @TymberDalton #bookreview
Code Monkey by Tymber Dalton
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Code little monkey, code your tired fingers away! This is a 3.5 star enjoyable read.

Shasta Myers takes center stage as she is one of seven keeping the Houston roadways from shutting down. Seriously, people man these things? I guess I never thought about it. Shasta and her team are pissed off as two of the seven have gone MIA. Her good for nothing brother is also MIA. Coincidentally, they are all war veterans. Shasta and her parents are about to hold the last intervention with her drug addict brother when he returns home, clean shaven, clear eyed and flush with cash. Apparently he finally is ready to clean up his act.

I enjoyed this story more than the previous two because the events in this story are at a good pace and the plot is definitely moving forward. Juju and Delta are a forgettable pair. I did not even recognize their names a…

Cover reveal for The Second First Chance by Blakely Bennett

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Review: Worth More Than Words

Worth More Than Words by Michael Barnette
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Where is the rest of this story? WORTH MORE THAN WORDS brings us into the creative mind of Mr. Barnette. His cyberpunk stories always appeal to me. This one is a bit lighter on the techno/cyber world building than previous ones by him.

Jin and Topaz are agents working for a covert agency known as the Organization. This is a mix of criminals given a second chance and agents with an impeccable record. Jin Donovan and Damon Champion are examples of this dichotomy. Fans of La Femme Nikita will enjoy this story. This tale carries a similar vibe.

The world building in this story is mediocre. The different factions are hinted at and left unfinished. The plot is okay with a Mission Impossible style ending. The conflict which is Jin needing to be rescued is the problem for me. There are speculations as to why Jin was taken. This thread is left flapping in the wind. This story felt incomplete, as if we only reached half our desti…

Review: The Bear's True Mate

Mpreg lovers, pick this up!  #bookreview @evernightpub
The Bear's True Mate by Elizabeth Monvey
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Mpreg lovers, this is the book for you. I picked this book up because I enjoy m/m shifter books that ends up with a male getting knocked up. I thought this book was going to be more on the light side, but it is darker than expected and this works out better for me. Ms. Monvey is a new-to-me author and I'm interested in reading more from her.

Henry McBane was once happily married with another shifter. He and his wife enjoy a good life and they check off most of what is expected as a married couple. Life throws Henry a curve ball when he finds his soul mate and it is not his wife, June. Instead, it is a male bear shifter, Ajay.

Ms. Monvey does a nice job of setting up a relationship conflict that is revealed half way through the book. With the start of the book focusing on Ajay's imprisonment by a sadistic and unethical doctor, it pulls a reader in. As the s…