Zoey has written another original storyline that’s full of heart, passion, anger, resentment among other emotions. What I loved about this book is that both main characters were extremely strong personalities. Neither one seemed to overpower the other. Now don’t get me wrong, Andrei is a complete alpha that needs to be in control. However, through his ‘relationship’ with Kelly he begins to learn that having someone else in control once in awhile isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
Andrei is a thirty-two year old mob boss with no family. It dawns on him one night that he desperately needs to have an heir to pass the Petrov mafia to. This borns the idea of him needing to ‘acquire’ a surrogate (of sorts).
Kelly is a twenty-five year old unemployed women with many responsibilities. Her mom has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer leaving her mom unable to work, therefore no health insurance. Kelly has recently been fired from her job, due to downsizing. She has mountains of bills being racked up and no way to pay for it. Because of this, she is forced into desperate decisions.
Andrei and Kelly are wonderful together. Can Andrei keep her safe from his past? Can Kelly change this brute from his bitter ways? One click to find out!
Paid in Full is about Tempest and Deacon. It is another book in the Devil’s Due MC series. It can be read as a standalone, although it does contain couples (and slight themes mentioned) from previous books.
Tempest is an overworked, overstressed and extremely independent woman. She is the mother to an equally strong-willed teenager.
Deacon is an ex-Navy SEAL whose only real family left is his MC brothers. He is suffering psychological fallout from his last mission.
Tempest and Deacon have had a hook type relationship in the past, but they begin to feel more for each other after experiencing a couple issues. It appeared to be a quick, fast paced storyline warranting a quick read.
Title: Best F*cking Bitches (A Shit Happens When You Party Naked Novella)
Author: Steffy Rogers
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release: Summer 2017
Cover Design: Concierge Literary Promotions
Best friends are like bras – close to your heart and there for support.
What’s better than escaping the grip of your parents and moving across the country? Moving across the country with your best friends, duh.
Most people are lucky to find that one person they trust with their life. Well, I’m here to tell you that I found three of those friends. They’re my soulmates. In a friend kinda way because let’s face it – I’m not all into that whole muff diving thing. But hey, to each their own and all that. I won’t judge.
What better city to explore than good ol’ Los Angeles, you ask? There isn’t one. We love it so much here we decided to stay and call this place our home – even now, six years later.
What could go wrong with four best friends trying to find their place in this world and looking for love?
“I’m anything but sure about what you’ll decide. To be quite honest, the not knowing is killing me. What is killing me even more is that I can’t take you right here on this desk and watch you come as you’re wrapped around my cock. It kills me that I can’t feel you the way I want to. It kills me that I can’t be close to you, but it would kill me even more if you decide I’m not it and that Ian is the one you want to be with. I’d respect it, but I wouldn’t like it.
The caveman in me wants to throw you over my shoulder and keep you locked in my bedroom. I want to get you back into my bed so I can feel you squirm beneath me and hear you scream my name as I make you come over and over and over again.”
Steffy Rogers is a self-professed bookaholic who is fluent in English, German and Sarcasm. When she isn’t working or going to school she spends her free time writing.
She makes a home in a college town in Georgia with her dogs Karma and Tonks and her cat Olaf. However, her heart belongs in Germany, where she lived for 20 years before returning to the USA.
Though her memories of Germany are blurry due to the delicious beer, she knows one day she will return home for good.
This book encompasses a love story that’s being told over a decade in the making.
Felix and Maggie are first introduced when they are eighteen years ago. This is the quintessential story of ‘good girl’ and ‘bad boy from her wrong side of the tracks’.
Despite being eighteen, Maggie is kept on a very short leash. Her father is very demanding and controlling. One night she goes to a party with her best friend and ends up meeting Felix. They click from the start. Her father of course is extremely unhappy about this and continues to urge her on her path to NYC (which is where she has a full scholarship). An ultimatum is given and she must decide what to do.
Felix along with his brother, Jared, live on the wrong side of town and live with their foster dad on a permanent basis. Felix works for his foster father, Darren, in his garage with no plans of going to college.
Felix and Maggie have an incredibly rough road ahead of them. They go through some incredible shockers in their young lives and must navigate through as a couple. Sometimes successful and other times not.
Corrode is an incredibly realistic book with themes and situations that can happen to a person throughout their lives. Ella Fields did a fantastic job of bringing realistic characters to life. She was able to evoke much emotion through their high and lows that one could feel as they were reading. I highly recommend this book and look forward to reading more from this author.
‘Because life doesn’t always need to be easy. It just needs to be lived’.
Thirty day boyfriend by Whitney G is a cute, fun and a quick little read revolving around an office romance.
Nicholas A. Wolf is considered the literal Wolf of Wall Street. He is an infuriating workaholic who appears to be very cold and callous.
Emily is his lovable Executive Assistant who is celebrating her two-year anniversary at the opening of the book. She is also a workaholic, but can’t seem to stand working for Mr. Wolf anymore.
When she was hired she had a four-year employment contract, but doesn’t feel like she can handle staying one more day. Without giving away too much, she tries to find another job, but is unsuccessful due to our beloved Mr. Wolf. He comes across a situation revolving around one of his contracts and seeks the lovely Emily for help.
Emily and Nicholas were a riot together. I loved the sexual tension between them which ultimately led to loads of laughs! Whitney G has done it again with another great read!
Dear Everly is by far the best writing that the Casey/Kidman duo have done, thus far. This book is about Emily, Jake and Sadie.
Emily is relocating and attempting to start over in life. She has been a caretaker to her grandmother due to her recent decline in health. After her grandmother passes away, she has no one and feels lost. She is excited to have a new house, but questions if it is home. While returning to her career of writing poetry, she also starts a part time job at a daycare. Emily is a saint. She is kind, caring and is always friendly with people she comes across. Despite having gone through numerous hard times, she still is optimistic towards the idea of love and when she feels it she is determined to not let go of it.
Jake is a wonderful hero. He is a mechanic by trade and co-owns the garage he works at. Besides being a mechanic, he is a father to an extremely intelligent and lovable four-year-old, Sadie. She is adorable, yet innocent and steals the scene at times. Jack and Sadie have suffered a huge and devastating loss in their life. Together they are trudging through their daily existence. Jake feels an extreme amount of pressure weighing down on his shoulders.
Dear Everly is a hauntingly beautiful, gut-wrenching, heart breaking and heartwarming story. Part of this story is beautifully expressed through letters written to Jake’s deceased wife. As a reader, I truly felt the struggle of a man forever in love with his wife, yet trying to move on as well.
Jake and Emily together took you on an emotional roller coaster. You truly feel what they are feeling throughout the whole book. There is no way you can’t read this book and not get choked up at some point.
Rating: Excellent, excellent book. 5 Stars (Plus) without a doubt.