The Other Man

I got this book through an event on Amazon highlighting books from around the world. I was interested in to mainly because it was book about a gay relationship that was actually written by a man. You’d think that would […]

The Matzoh Ball

This book was a delightful story about a Jewish woman who has been hiding her love of Christmas – and her career choices- from her family. Rachel is the daughter of an influential rabbi. She knows his thoughts on Jewish […]

Blind Tiger

The books that I tend to read with shapeshifters have always been more Urban Fantasy than Paranormal Romance. I wouldn’t have had this book on my radar except that I saw it mentioned on Twitter. That tweet talked about a […]

Unfit to Print

I read this book immediately after A Gentleman Never Keeps Score.  The two fit together nicely because they share the theme of sexual abuse/exploitation of teenage boys due to poverty. Gil is a bastard child of a rich family.  When […]

Made for Me

I’ve mostly been reviewing very serious books lately so I decided to throw in some lighter fare to prove that I haven’t lost my love of pink books. Made for Me starts this series of related books.  Each one features […]

I Almost Forgot About You

Georgia’s life is turned around when she finds out that a person she loved in college has died.  She decides to get in touch with the men she has loved to tell them that she appreciated them. I decided to […]

The Cosy Teashop in the Castle

“When Ellie Hall lands her dream job running the little teashop in the beautiful but crumbling Claverham Castle, it’s the perfect escape from her humdrum job in the city. Life is definitely on the rise as Ellie replaces spreadsheets for […]

Too Many Cooks

So I couldn’t sleep one night and finished what I was reading.  I looked for something to download from the library -because I don’t have a bunch of unread books just sitting on my iPad?? Anyway, I wanted something new […]