Review: Only Pleasure Part 3 by Lora Leigh

Reviewed by Jaimie

Lora Leigh doesn’t waste any time getting into the action for Part 3 of Only Pleasure. When Kia returns home, much to Chase’s dismay, they find that her apartment has been vandalized and all of her belongings trashed. The words Die Bitch and Whore are spray painted on her walls, and she is left terrified and confused. Chase believes immediately that it is Kia’s ex-husband behind the attacks, but she does not agree.

Knowing she cannot stay in her trashed apartment, Kia returns to Chase’s where he can keep a close eye on her. Although badly shaken by what has happened, Kia is determined to go to work and carry on with her life. I really admired her strength during all of these attacks. Most of all, she is scared for Chase’s safety and it is that simple act that seems to break through his defenses. He decides to wait until they figure out who is after her before he finally tells her he loves her. But at least he has admitted it to himself. [Read more…]

Review: Only Pleasure Part 2 by Lora Leigh

Reviewed by Jaimie

Part two of Only Pleasure by Lora Leigh begins with Kia questioning whether she can continue having a “pleasure only” relationship with Chase, while she is also beginning to tire of having Khalid present every time they are together. We also start to see glimpses of who Khalid’s heroine is, setting up for his future story.

Chase Falladay is continuing to deny that he is in love with Kia Rutherford and his brother is becoming increasingly concerned about him. Cameron knows that Chase is holding himself away from Kia because of Moriah and he feels a sense of guilt over that. [Read more…]

Review: Only Pleasure Part 1 by Lora Leigh

Reviewed by Jaimie

Only Pleasure is the 10th book in the Bound Hearts series by Lora Leigh, and was reissued in three parts like Wicked Pleasure was earlier this year. Only Pleasure picks up six months after Chase was forced to kill Moriah Brockheim to protect his twin brother and his fiancé Jaci. The book starts off with the Epilogue which happens two years earlier. Chase, in his position as a protector for Ian Sinclair’s club, is forced to meet with Kia, the woman who fascinates him like no other and ask her to humiliate herself. After Kia’s husband assaulted her and tried to rape her, she confided in a friend about the exclusive club and that rumor was spreading fast. Chase cannot allow him that to happen, but he vows to do everything he can to protect her.

Chase Falladay is drowning in overwhelming guilt. He blames himself for not being aware that his brother Cameron was being pimped out by their evil aunt, and he knows that Cameron said nothing to protect him. Adding to that guilt, he considered Moriah a friend and he didn’t have any idea that she had been plotting his brother’s downfall. When he and Khalid see Kia in a bar alone one night he loses the fight to stay away from her, and he convinces himself that he can keep it strictly about the pleasure. [Read more…]

Review: The Luck of Love by Serena Akeroyd

Reviewed by Shelly

I’ve read this author before. Menage Material, the first book in her ‘La Belle sans la Bête’ series, is splendid. I’ve re-read it a few times it’s so good. A Menage Made on Madison, the first book in her ‘The Federation’ series was decent enough that I didn’t write off the series. I’ve had a few misses, but the hits have outnumbered them.

This is the 3rd, yes I’m keeping score, book I’ve read (not all by the same author) with the following content and no warning. If you’re going to put it in a story, I don’t care but warn me first, please. [Read more…]

Review: Centerfold by Kris Norris

centerfoldReviewed by Shelly

I’ve not had great success with this publisher in the past so I’ve not read any of their stories in years, but I thought what the heck, the season is right, and I was feeling particularly generous. I have to give you a back story before I start with the review because the purchase transaction unfortunately set the tone of my reality. I bought the book electronically and it took me 3 days (purchased on a Friday, downloaded on a Monday) to be able to access the file from the site. Argh! [Read more…]

Review: Twice the Growl by Milly Taiden

twice the growlReviewed by Shelly

I have no idea what I just read. It’s so ridiculous and without logic that it blows my mind that I actually enjoyed it. There’s nothing in this story that makes a lick of sense. In Talia Barca’s world, shifters are a given; one of her favorite people, Geraldine “Gerri”, her neighbor and the owner of Paranormal Dating Agency is a shifter. Talia needs a date for a wedding; she wants a date with a good looking guy because her ex is going to be there and she wants to stick it in his face that she’s moved on. Gerri’s nephew, their pack Alpha and his beta, Theron and Connor, are looking for that 3rd member for their perfect triad. [Read more…]

Review: Finding Their Balance by MQ Barber

finding their balanceReviewed by Shelly

Be warned, this is a fan girl review, so there’s a high chance I’m going to be a little bit giddy and rambly. I’ve read all 4 previous stories in this series and while I could probably recommend this as a standalone, I’m not going to, because this is a continuation. The story of the three main characters – Henry, Jay and Alice – is told in a traditional over-arching storyline. Each story builds on the last and there’s very little, if any, retelling. That’s one of the big pluses for me, the ability to fall right back into the lives of these three. [Read more…]

Review: A Menage Made on Madison by Serena Akeroyd

menage made on madisonReviewed by Shelly

If you’d like to enjoy this first book in Serena Akeroyd’s ‘The Federation” series, suspend all sense of what you think of reality. Trust me on this. I’ll be upfront and tell you that the heroes have 2 man parts each with the appropriate insertion of 2 man parts into a single woman part.

When Knox’s 2nd friend popped up, all I immediately had a flashback to the first  story I read with that additional appendage – Morgan Hawke’s ‘Interstellar Service & Discipline’ series which still happens to be one of my favorite overall series. That’s the only comparison though and well… of course if you have a 2nd c*ck – there’s no way that you’re from this world, so we’re in a futuristic sci-fi world. I’m not going to compare these two because Hawke’s series is heavy, very heavy S&M which is the complete opposite of this story. This is a much easier read and is still actually quite enjoyable. [Read more…]

Review: Secret Pleasure by Lora Leigh

secret pleasureReviewed by Jaimie

Get the fan out before reading this one because it is HOT!  It’s also sad and funny – but mostly hot. After a four year gap between books, Lora Leigh is back to her Bound Hearts series with Secret Pleasure and it was worth the wait!  In other books we have seen glimpses of Alyssa Hampstead in The Club and there were references to what may have broken her or hurt her so badly, and now we have the full story. [Read more…]

Review: Roll Against Discovery by Allyson Lindt

roll against discoveryReviewed by Shelly

I didn’t read the first 2 stories in the series but I didn’t feel as if I missed out on anything either. This is short read about ‘shy’ Kathryn letting her inner vixen out during an anime convention. Her intended targets are Evan and Trevor – two guys she meets during some kind of role playing game (sorry folks, I’m not a gamer and that stuff just passes over my head). The road to their first sexual encounter is quick – a couple of hours at the most so there’s not a lot of character development (of anyone) before the sex starts. And might I add, some of the activities during that initial encounter are highly suspect of someone who’s ‘shy’. [Read more…]