Counting on a Countess by Eva Leigh Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Kudos for: Diversity in characters, challenging my beliefs about how heroes should act, and a surprising storyline/plot The second in Leigh’s London Underground series is a triumph in bringing diversity to Victorian England. Add in a talented, sassy heroine and a hero who’s not intimidated by a woman who knows her business. Yes, he’s all male and not afraid if his woman shows him up, or in this case, she hoodwinks him. This story kept me on my toes. Every time I thought I’d figured out what would happen next, whether characterRead More →

Genre: Contemporary Romance Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Rating: 3.5 stars Review:  The second book in the Two Love Lane series is all about the practical, mathematical, logical Greer. She’s part of the trio that run the matchmaking service, Two Love Lane, and she’s not known for taking risks or do anything crazy. When her cohorts and their receptionist, Miss Thing, head to California to celebrate Miss Things birthday Greer stays behind to manage everyone’s clients. Being left alone, Greer finds herself getting into all sorts of crazy situations from bidding a ridiculous amount of money on the perfect wedding dress to running into her ex-boyfriendRead More →

This Thursday Reads is brought to you by Bang the fifth book in the Hard Rock Harlots series by Kendall Grey. The Hard Rock Harlot series so far has been one of the filthiest erotic romance series I’ve read. With the fifth book, Grey stepped out of the box further and went total Lesbian Erotica. You read that right. There’s no HEA, which is something she readily admits to. My little secret, I finished the book and learned from the experience that no HEA is not for me. That doesn’t mean this book was bad, it meant I had to keep reminding myself this wasn’tRead More →