Decadent Deviant December Review: The Siren (Original Sinners #1) by Tiffany Reisz
Erotica writer Nora Sutherland needs an editor for a project that is very close to her heart, and she sets her sights on Royal House Publishing to make that happen. Assigned to the American 'guttersnipe writer', Zachary Easton rolls in ready to tear her work apart and put her in her place. He doesn't expect to be charmed by and attracted to her, nor to be drawn into the private world of underground pleasures Nora survives on. With a shifting cast of complexly appealing characters, Nora's manuscript becomes the prophet that guides her actions and predicts the inevitable heartbreak and healing she'll bring to her men. Poignant and provocative, The Siren is a "must read"!
December 11, 2012
Decadent Deviant December Review: Love Kinection by Jennifer James
Valentine's Day sucks. Especially if your fiancee left you at the alter this very day last year and took your sister on your honeymoon instead. Our girl Abby has an understandable aversion to hot men, no matter how geeky and sweet and sincere they might seem. Tom, the ex-military office IT guru and geek-extraordinaire, thinks he and Abby might just bond over their Tardis mugs, but he'll have to get under that prickly skin of hers first, and imagine all the fun he'll have getting there. A humorous, light-hearted contemporary romance that will have geek girls everywhere swooning all over their Kindles, Love Kinection is a recommended read!
November 26, 2012
Review: Consumed (Dark Protectors #4) by Rebecca Zanetti
Jordan Pride, leader of the feline shifter nation for over three hundred years, is infected with the Kuryan virus and in less than a month, he'll become the beast his people hunt... a mindless, feral werewolf. Katie has been infected with the virus for more than a decade, unable to shift and losing more of her shifter strength every day. She and Jordan have been fighting an attraction to each other for longer than they care to admit, but time is running out and far more is at stake than their love for each other. Consumed is a GraveTells must-read!
November 24, 2012
ARC Review: A Feast of Souls (Araneae Nation #2) by Hailey Edwards
Mana can communicate with the dead, but she’s out of her depth when a soul attaches itself to a canis and declares himself an old friend’s long dead father. What’s worse is that she’s stuck with Vaughn and can’t tell him where she’s getting her information, nor does she dare divulge her secret fantasies that very much involve him. Vaughn is a warrior, but Mana calls to his softer side, at least when they’re alone. Outwardly he needs to be just as intimidating as ever while treachery lurks around every turn. GraveTells thinks A Hint of Frost is a worth a look!
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