This just wasn’t what I expected today. Needless to say, I needed the laugh.
What’s a little sex between old friends? The answers can be found when you’re searching through The Ex File.
The latest offering by romance writer Alexis D Craig, it’s a spicy hot tale of old friends with new beginnings, old enemies with scores to settle, and old grudges that won’t be denied.
Coming to an eReader near you, 2015
I finished reading it yesterday, but for whatever reason, I got busy at work and couldn’t post. In the meantime, I love this book.
Miss Rose is taking up the mantle of folks like Elizabeth Lowell, Tami Hoag, and Lori Foster in that she writes really steamy romance around a framework of romantic suspense that is believable & plausible. I enjoyed the plot, I enjoyed the dialogue, I enjoyed all of it, and give it 5 stars.
I’m also glad that it’s the first of a series. I definitely want to read more.
Back to Buckhorn was exactly what I’ve come to expect from Lori Foster. I picked it up yesterday on my Kindle, because my pre-order was somehow ignored by Amazon. I hope that doesn’t happen with her next one, coming in August. Either way, a couple days delay didn’t diminish the joy I had in reading Ms. Foster’s latest offering.
It’s fun, sexy, with just enough conflict to make the end worth it. The characters were believable, which is something I can normally rely on her to provide, and though I would have preferred it to be a bit longer, with more umph from the antagonist, it was a satisfying read. 4.5/5
A brief excerpt of my latest from my pub, @LachesisPub.
I don’t generally have a large TBR pile. When I buy a book, I read it. Usually in the next few hours, cover to cover. That said, I normally keep all my books. I bought them; I like having them around. The issue I run into quickly is space. Where to put them?
I have shelves, lots & lots of shelves, full to bursting. My nightstand, the coffee table, my writing desk, they’re everywhere. Makes the hubs nuts, especially if we have to move. Fortunately, that’s not often, but between my books & vinyl collection, I’m pretty back breaking.
Enter the Kindle. Unobtrusive little app on my phone, I can bring them home without the hairy eyeball, read everywhere, & keep a ton of books. In all, a happy ending, & you know how much I love those.