Monthly Archives: July 2011

Reno’s Chance, a Tempting SEALs novella by Lora Leigh

I firmly believe no one writes an alpha male better than Lora Leigh. And Reno Chavez? No exception. I made the mistake of getting the Tempting SEALs series and the Elite Ops series mixed up. Technically (and I am a … Continue reading

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The Dom’s Dungeon by Cherise Sinclair

I absolutely love Cherise Sinclair’s books. And that’s saying something because, to be quite honest, I don’t think the whole BDSM thing is for me. (Oh, and FYI… BDSM is bondage/discipline, dominance/submission, and sadism/masochism. CapicĂ©?) I assumed, when I started … Continue reading

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Backstage Pass by Olivia Cunning

So, earlier this year, I got sucked into the genre of erotic romance. Blame it on my friend Michelle. She said, “oh, you just have to read something by Lora Leigh” and I was all, “meh” but then decided to … Continue reading

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Loneliness. It ain’t for suckers.

I’m dog-sitting for two weeks for a woman I work with. We don’t know each other all that well, this woman and I, however we share a name and have passed by each other in the hall and said hello … Continue reading

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My top five Nora Roberts books… I think.

Nora Roberts can’t possibly be human. It’s way more likely she’s a machine and the jokes on us. I mean, is there anyone else in the world that has written more books? It’s just not normal! Appreciated? Yes. Normal? Absolutely … Continue reading

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The one that actually has nothing to do with my husband.

Just when I think I’m doing all right, I’m happy, everything’s good… I do something to remind myself of just how fucked up I actually am. That doesn’t mean the former isn’t true. I am doing all right, I am … Continue reading

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How it all began

It was this book by Johanna Lindsey that ruined me for all other genres. I didn’t intend for it to happen. I was… I dunno… 14? and had been plenty happy reading all the Christopher Pike, Richie Tankersley Cusick, and … Continue reading

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