Review: Revealed by Caitlyn O’Leary

revealedReviewed by Shelly

If you enjoy a strong heroine who can hold her own, Kelly Wachowski is that. The hero, Noah Kukailimoku, has his own set of strong attributes that make him just as likeable, but it was Kelly who kept me interested. Caitlyn O’Leary’s new series about a group of ‘Found’ starts off with an enjoyable story. The premise of these ‘Found’ starts with much intrigue – where are they from? What are they here for? That kind of thing and so far guys, it’s pretty interesting. [Read more…]

Review: Isabella’s Submission by Caitlyn O’Leary

isabellas submissionReviewed by Shelly

I don’t know what exactly it was about this that didn’t make me like it as much as I did the first two books in the series. Maybe I didn’t didn’t like the D/s elements. Yeah, now that I think on it – that was a big culprit of my displeasure, because I thought Caitlyn’s writing was good without that trendy piece. I didn’t read Book 3 because Kara’s character in Book 1 didn’t really tickle me to find out more about her, so I skipped that one and that means I don’t know the time frame of this, Book 4, in relation to that. [Read more…]

Review: Protecting Olivia by Caitlyn O’Leary

protecting oliviaReviewed by Shelly

After reading Caitlyn O’Leary’s Trusting Chance (Fate Harbor, #1) I desperately wanted to find out more about the characters. Had I known that I would enjoy Caitlyn’s stories so much, I would’ve read her work much sooner. Protecting Olivia picks up about a year after the first book and has much more action, violence and suspense than its predecessor. Warning – I’m going to spoil Book 1 if you’ve not read it, because the characters from that story flow over. [Read more…]

Review: Trusting Chance by Caitlyn O’Leary

trusting chanceReviewed by Shelly

Ah, the sweetness and all kinds of spicy, that is erotic romance. As a fan of this category, it’s hard to find stories with both erotica and romance; it’s usually just erotica. This is my first story from Caitlyn O’Leary and I’m hooked on her writing style. The first in the Fate Harbor series is for Josie Decker – baker extraordinaire, Chance Reynolds – rich dude, and Sam Booth – former Marine and best friend to Chance. [Read more…]