Review of Heat of the Moment by Robin Kaye

Heat of the Moment

All is fair when you play with fire… 

 

Genre: Contemporary Romance 

Book Length (Est.): 106 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis: 

Cameron O’Leary, a 4th generation firefighter turned arson investigator, thinks he’s the luckiest man in the world—after a year of sickness in the family, everyone’s finally on the mend, and his life can go back to its even keel. But even though Cameron has moved to Boston to be there for his family, some sort of live-in nurse is still necessary, given the demands of his job.

Erin Crosby is financing her master’s thesis in social work by acting as a home health care nurse. Working for Cameron seems like the perfect gig—low key, plenty of time to work on her thesis, and the patient is lovely. She might never have lived with a man before—she’s never found anyone she cared about that much, had barely even considered it—but Cameron is easy to live with, and an easy friendship blooms between them.

But it gets harder and harder for Cameron to keep his hands off of his charming employee—and for Erin to remember that she hasn’t really moved into Cameron’s life.

Mindy’s Review: 

*I received an ARC of this book free from NetGalley on behalf of Penguin Group/InterMix in exchange for an honest review*

Cameron O’Leary is a 4th generation firefighter and is now an arson investigator that needs a live in nanny for his daughter in order to meet the demands of his job. He has lived a dating, sex free life, and has not even thought about it in two years. Cam’s focus is his job and his daughter, Janie.

Erin Crosby is trying to get her Masters and is acting as a home health care nurse. When her best friend sends her on an immediate interview she gets more than she bargained for. Becoming a live in nanny will be very challenging as her boss is H-O-T and single. Not to mention his daughter is amazing and very smart.

I truly loved this book. A single dad trying to raise his sick daughter and keep up with the demands of his job….WOW! Cameron and Erin have instant chemistry although neither wants to admit it. This is a quick read and the storyline tends to jump where needed, keeping you interested the entire time. I really fell in love with the characters and would definitely recommend this to well…..everyone!

My Favorite Moment: I really loved the interview. I feel like the ice was broken right away so everyone could be comfortable living together. However, it also really made me laugh. 

Mindy 4 Star

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Review of Teach Me (Southern Nights #1) by Ella Sheridan

Teach Me

Fight For Me!

Love Me!

And I Will Never Give Up! 

 

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Military Romance, Suspense

Book Length (Est.): 223 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

A woman determined to heal…

Shy researcher Jess Kingston spent the last eight weeks recovering from her ex-boyfriend’s brutal attack. Body healed, she’s ready to put her life back together—except her ex isn’t ready to let go. She won’t cower in a corner while Brit tortures her, but she’s powerless to fight back.

A man determined to resist…

Ex-military security specialist Conlan James avoids commitment like the plague. His job, his Harley, and the occasional one-night stand are all he needs, until the day he rescues Jess from a tense situation and realizes he can’t get her off his mind. He can teach her to protect herself, but protecting his heart is another matter.

A madman determined to win…

As the deadly game of cat-and-mouse with Brit heats up, so does the hunger between Con and Jess. Safety might be found in numbers, but in bed, all bets are off—and the wrong move could lead to heartbreak. Or death.

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from NetGalley on behalf of All Night Reads in exchange for an honest review*

She has a crazy ex. He has a broken past. Neither expected to find the intensity they found in each other.

After being brutally attacked by her ex-boyfriend Jess just wants to move forward. She wants her life back. What she doesn’t want is her completely insane ex stalking her. But that’s exactly what she gets.

After seeing something that brightened his day, Conlan began going for coffee every Monday morning in hopes of seeing the one woman who’d unknowingly caught his attention. He went weeks without seeing her again, and then bam there she is. He’d blinked though and then she was gone, or at least he thought she was until he went out into the parking lot. What he found there brought out his possessive side and that in its own made him aware that he should stay far far away from her.

Conlan isn’t relationship material. He doesn’t want commitment. He tells her straight out. So why can’t he keep his mind, and occasionally hands, off her? Mixed signals can cause not only confusion, but hurt, especially when things go from hot to freezing cold in mere seconds.

Jess won’t let Conlan push her away though. She’s survived too much just to roll over and play dead and if she’s going to risk anything it’s going to be well worth the potential heartbreak. She’ll fight him for him until he has no choice but give into his own desires…her.

Together Jess and Conlan will face the enemy, her conniving ex who’ll stop at nothing to make her his again. And it isn’t pretty. There is definitely violence when it comes to her ex. Friendly warning: if you have issues reading about women getting abused then you may not want to read this.

Teach Me is chalked full of violence, suspense, sex, and romance. It never stops moving forward, which makes it very difficult to put down, each chapter leaving you ready for the next.

Downside – the end jumps forward a little and after all the detail throughout the book it fell flat for me. It almost seemed emotionless, which is weird because Jess was experiencing a lot of emotions.

My Favorite Laughable Moment: This was actually a tender moment, but I swear I couldn’t help but laugh… Two stokes…really? LOL 

Jenn 4 Heart

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Review of Anything He Wants & Castaway by Sara Fawkes

Anything He Wants

Dysfunctional Brothers

Incapable of Love  

 

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Erotica 

Book Length (Est.): 667 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

A powerful billionaire who always gets what he wants.An innocent protégée who will explore the darkest reaches of her own desire.Experience their intoxicating tale—now available for the first time as a complete saga… 

Anything He Wants: Lucy Delacourt’s temp position isn’t quite her dream job but it pays the bills. The highlight of her day is riding the elevator in the mornings with a handsome stranger. But everything changes when the stranger seduces her. Completely out of character, she yields without a fight, but she has no idea her wanton acts with a man whose name she doesn’t know will change her life forever. Because the sexy stranger is none other than Jeremiah Hamilton, billionaire CEO of Hamilton Industries, and one taste isn’t nearly enough to satisfy his need.

Castaway: As the billionaire pulls Lucy deeper into his world of high stakes business deals and ruthless takeovers, he demands nothing less than her complete surrender. But Jeremiah has no place in his life for love, and as Lucy falls deeper for him, she risks having her heart shattered. Making matters worse, Jeremiah’s fiercest rival is determined to steal Lucy’s affection…and to do it, he’ll show her the sinister side of Jeremiah’s opulent world.  With nowhere to turn and no one to trust, there’s only one thing Lucy knows for sure: she’ll never be free from Jeremiah’s sweet possession.

Mindy’s Review:

*I received an ARC of this book free from NetGalley on behalf of St. Martin’s Press in exchange for an honest review*

Anything He Wants:

Lucy Delacourt works as a temp doing data entry to pay her bills. Making sure she gets to work on time everyday just to ride the elevator with a handsome stranger. When her handsome stranger seduces her she loses control of herself and gives into the divine temptation that is Jeremiah Hamilton, the CEO of Hamilton Industries. With him cutting all temp jobs he decides to give her an opportunity she cannot refuse.

Jeremiah Hamilton is a very complicated man. Being a billionaire and running his business means nothing when you were forced into the family business. Having an abusive childhood leaves no room for love when it comes to Jeremiah having relationships. When danger comes knocking for the entire Hamilton family his only goal is to keep Lucy safe. But when she confesses her love to him….he walks out the door, and Lucas now has the ability to kidnap Lucy.

This is a great read with contracts, hot sex, and of course family drama. Lucy falls hard for Jeremiah and it is just so hard to tell his true feelings. Sometimes I was not sure if I really liked him or not. I guess every man carries a little of their father in them.

 

Castaway:

Lucas Hamilton is the older brother that has a lot of hate for his family. When his father died everything was left to Jeremiah excluding himself and his mother. Lucas feels that Jeremiah has taken everything from him forcing him into a life of crime.

Kidnapping Lucy has become the thrill of his life. He gets to make his brother jealous and he can use her for his own business as a translator. Although being in a dangerous job brings more danger to Lucy.

I have a lot of mixed feeling with Castaway. I kind of felt like this was a complete different story with the same characters. The romance was left behind and it turned into suspense. Of course Jeremiah comes in to try to save the day….too late and not before she has slept with that brother as well. The best part of this story was Jeremiah has to face his true feelings for Lucy if he wants to keep her around.

I was not a big fan of Lucas in this book. He will do anything to get back at his brother including using Lucy to his advantage. 

Mindy 3 star

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Review of Ruse by Kaley Copely

Ruse

Even revenge can be HOT! 

Genre: Erotica 

Book Length (Est.): 54 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis: 

WARNING: This story contains explicit sex.

My pussy has a craving: Broad shoulders, finger-trapping thick hair, a voice to melt your panties off and eight inches of rock-hard mounting sensation.

Asta Everly is a bitch.

. . . Everyone knows it.

One of the wealthiest girls on campus—maybe even, the wealthiest.  But as long as people know their place, Asta’s middle name could be bitch—for all she cares.

But lately they’ve attached a new name.  Whore.  And the frenzy has stuck viciously in her mind.

When there’s no going back, the best consolation she has is to destroy someone else’s reputation—someone not so wealthy, someone not such a bitch, someone untouched—too pure to even hook up one time before saying— I do— the girl on campus whose face is smattered over every pathetic, waste of time, good deed, fundraising poster.  She just needs to enlist a game player to even her private score. . .

Mindy’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

Asta Everly is one of the most popular girls on campus. And I don’t mean the good kind of popular. Being named the whore of the campus has really struck a nerve down deep and she will stop at nothing to clear her image, even if she has to take down the cleanest image on campus to do so.

Shay McCallahan is known as the charity girl. She has the cleanest reputation on campus. Still being a virgin at her age, waiting for the right man and marriage makes her an easy target for Asta.

Bryson Cooper is the star campus athlete that is completely in love with Asta and is willing to do anything that she asks.

When I first started reading this book I was a bit disturbed by Asta’s actions. I am more the type to help people that are being picked on and really just wanted to kick her ass for being such a bitch for her own pleasure. However, I continued to read and actually really liked the story. Although a very short read the writing is really good, lots of humor and true love was found.

I would recommend this to anyone that enjoys a short story, friendship and love.

My Favorite Laughable Moment: Asta really knows what she wants and how she wants it. Never settle!

“Pure pleasure for me – and the best-taste-of-woman, forever imprinted into his mind-my gift to him.” 

Mindy 3 star

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Review of Oh, Naughty Night! By Leslie Kelly

 

Oh Naughty Night

Brings a whole new meaning to ‘I’d like to make a deposit’!  

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Book Length (Est.): 224 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Hot for the holidays!

Every Halloween party has its share of eye candy, and journalist Chaz Browning has just spotted a treat he can’t resist—a deliciously wicked witch with sparkly red hair and deep, dark eyes that promise all kinds of sexy tricks. She wants no names. No strings. Just a night of lust-filled magic.

The witch’s mask may hide her face, but Lulu Vandenberg knows exactly who Chaz is. They spent most of their childhoods tormenting each other. So the moment Chaz touches her and everything turns to lust, Lulu knows she can never reveal her identity. But desire has a memory of its own, and Chaz has vowed to find his fantasy woman before the holidays end…

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received an ARC of this book free from NetGalley on behalf of Harlequin in exchange for an honest review*

I’m not quite sure which holiday I enjoyed more. The delectable Halloween treats, the silent Thanksgiving admissions, or the emotional gift giving Christmas. Hell, who am I kidding, I loved them all.

Lulu was looking to get back into the proverbial saddle and thought a one night stand would do the trick, but when her potential man turns out to be a lot less than she’d hoped for and can’t even spark her flame she feels utterly frustrated. Not only that, but then she sees her childhood next door neighbor, the same one she’d spent years tormenting, looking hot as sin…and looking directly at her. Only bad thing, he doesn’t recognize her, which leads to a night neither will soon forget.

Chaz fell hard for the sexy witch, and couldn’t get her out of his mind, even after she disappeared without so much as a word. When he searches for his mystery woman, he finds Lulu instead, and much to his surprise she grew up, and grew up hot. But to him, she’ll always be the reason his tailbone occasionally hurts.

As neighbors once again Lulu and Chaz begin spending more and more time together. She wants to tell him the truth about her being his mystery girl, but at the same time fears his reaction. Friendship is all they’re meant to have. But sometimes passion ignites even between friends and lines that once were suddenly become blurry.

Oh, Naughty Night! is as sweet as it is hot. From the tender ‘friend’ moments to the scorching public sex you won’t be able to put it down. I know I couldn’t.

Downside…the beginning seemed to drag on forever. Yes, it was hot. Yes, I didn’t want to put it down. But holy hell, one night took up a quarter of the book.

My Favorite Laughable Moment: Throughout the story it tells of all the mean things Lulu did to Chaz when they were children, but when she explains the real reason behind the ladder incident I couldn’t help but laugh. Guess their parents were right. 

My Favorite Moment: There are a lot of crazy hot moments, especially the ones in the first quarter of the book, but Lawrence’s casual response to a question regarding Lulu and Chaz and their responses made for the perfect moment. Not to mention how the rest of the weekend turned out. OMG! Yum!

Jenn 4 Heart

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Cover Reveal: The Ultimate Killer (Battles in the Dark #2) by Kimberley Clark

The Ultimate Killer

The Ultimate Killer (Battles in the Dark #2)

Release Date: November 5, 2014

Brought back to life, Kira awoke to a world where she no longer belonged. She was one of them now…a mythlend, the scourge that she’d lived her entire life hunting. What was worse, she had become the species that she and a number of other mythlends had tried desperately to stop from being awoken…the Hunrati.

But they had failed.

By the time Kira had opened her eyes, the Hunrati were already living up to their reputation, torturing, massacring, burning cities to the ground like all indestructible killing machines do when they see themselves as gods; any resistance to their actions were therefore deemed futile within days of their first appearance.

Kira wanted to stop them, but she had become their prisoner when she attacked their Queen out of rage for what they had done, and as such, she was rendered incapable of using any of her abilities.

Trapped, alone, and not knowing what had happened to those she cared about, her only way out was to earn their trust. That meant getting close to the volatile and extremely attractive Pheres, and doing everything he instructed, regardless of how depraved it was.

But how close was she willing to allow such a dangerous creature when he wasn’t the man she loved?

Better yet…how far was she willing to go before she lost her humanity completely?

 

Excerpt:

Knowing Pheres wouldn’t wait long for her to cooperate before he decided to punish her; Kira grabbed either side of the tub and pulled herself upwards until she was standing. The water and soap suds cascaded down her body, her wet hair clinging to her breasts.

Trying not to act as if she cared she was on display in front of him, her stare held fast on his face.

Those golden-amber eyes of his scorched her skin as he looked her up and down, taking in every part of her and making her want to cover herself with her hands. Kira managed to restrain herself and kept them by her sides. It became worse as those luminescent eyes became focused on a number of soap bubbles making their way down one of her breasts, curling around one pink nipple, then following a path down her stomach till they found their way between her legs. His eyes stopped there, not following the soap as it continued to travel down her legs. Instead becoming transfixed on that one spot which for some reason seemed to escalate in temperature, as did the cheeks on her face.

For a moment, she also swore Pheres’s expression changed to one of hunger. Not the need to eat flesh kind of hunger either. The look on his face was quickly replaced by an emotionless stare when he looked back up at her face. “As I predicted, there’s nothing special about you. You’re ordinary.”

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The Species Within (Battles in the Dark #1) – click on the cover above to read Jennifer’s review.

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I loved The Species Within and absolutely cannot wait to read The Ultimate Killer!

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Review of Soulfire (Nightwing #1) by Juliette Cross

Soulfire

Marked by a Dragon.

Consumed with his touch.

Bound with his Love.  

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Book Length (Est.): 109 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

In a world divided by prejudice and hatred, only love can bridge the chasm.

Tensions are rising in the Gladium Province. The boundary between humans and Morgons has begun to blur. While the human aristocracy strives to maintain distance between their daughters and the dragon-hybrid race, fate has other plans.

As the daughter of the corporate king, Jessen Cade is duty-bound to honor her arranged marriage to a man she detests. Feeling trapped by family duty and a loveless future, she longs for more, straying to the Morgon side of the city.

Lucius Nightwing is the eldest son of the powerful Morgon clan, and the greatest enemy of Jessen’s father. When a bar-room brawl thrusts Jessen into his arms, his dragon roars to the surface, craving to sate his carnal hunger in the brown-eyed beauty. The beast in Lucius recognizes her as his own, even if the man refuses to admit the truth.

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received an ARC of this book free from NetGalley on behalf of Kensington Books in exchange for an honest review*

The Morgon are half human half dragon and they are all that’s left of their dragon ancestors. Most humans have great prejudice towards them and although they’ll do business with them, they do not want their daughters anywhere near them.

Jessen Cade’s father is a corporate mogul and in order to keep control of his empire he has her future planned out…right down to marrying her off to someone she hates. She has other plans. After sharing a kiss with her first Morgon she cannot get Lucius out of her mind. She longs for him and doesn’t know why.

Lucius Nightwing is the eldest son of the most powerful Morgon clan. He doesn’t interact with humans on a personal level and never wanted to, that is until one encounter with Jessen brings his dragon to the surface and claims her without any say so from his human side.

When Jessen and Lucius realize that no amount of time apart will lessen the desires they have for the other they each have to decide if the repercussions from their mixed union are worth it.

In Soulfire bonds will be forged, boundaries will change, lines will be drawn, and two hearts will merge into one. It’s a fantastic start to a new series and I cannot wait for Windburn (Nightwing #2) to come out. I’m officially hooked!

My Favorite Moment: Every moment spent thinking about or talking about what Jessen saw in the art gallery. I loved how she reacted and then later how she confronted Lucius. 

Jenn 5 Heart

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Review of Crossing the Line (A Taboo Love Series #3) by M.D. Saperstein and Andria Large

Crossing the Line

What Do They Say? Oh, Yes… Practice Makes Perfect!  

Genre: Romance (M/M)

Book Length (Est.): 272 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis: 

Parker Hamilton – movie star! That’s what the world knows about me. Oscar winner, prominent bloodline, playboy. But there is so much more to me. My friends are my real family, and they are what matters most. But I’d be lying if I said that I’m not concerned about my reputation. Everyone who lives in the spotlight is.

Listen, I can play any role – drama, comedy, romance. You name it. I can act my ass off, and I have the proof on a shelf in my office. But when my agent calls me into his office to offer me the role of a lifetime, I am hesitant. Not only would I have to act opposite Chance Steele, the most egotistical schmuck I know, but we would also have to pretend to be intimate. Really intimate. As in gay lovers.

Now, don’t get me wrong; I am as open-minded as they come. People can love whom they want, screw whom they want, even marry whom they want. But when you ask me to make out with a dude, pretend to roll around in a bed with him, well, that’s where I draw the line. Maybe.

Sometimes lines are blurry. And sometimes lines are just meant to be crossed.

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Crossing the Line is book 3 of the Taboo Love series and picks up where Unmasking Charlotte left off. As with Hey There, Delilah and Unmasking Charlotte, it is a standalone – so don’t worry if you haven’t read them yet – with a HEA. That means no cliffhanger! Oh, and expect to see some of your favorite characters.

Contains graphic m/m scenes. Not intended for readers under 18.

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

I love Andria Large’s Renegade series and when she asked if I’d be interested in reviewing Crossing the Line I of course said yes. And I was not disappointed at all!

I have not read books one or two and as it says in the synopsis it can be read as a standalone. Of course after glimpsing the couples from books one and two I want to now go back and read their stories too. They are just that awesome and I couldn’t help but love them as much as I did Parker and Chance as their friendships and support are also a big part of this story.

The only good family Parker has is his Grams, but that doesn’t matter because his friends are his true family. They’re the ones who will always be there no matter what. His parents and brother aren’t worth the frustrations they cause him.

Chance hasn’t had an easy life by any means, but he made it to the bigtime and he’s proud that he’s done it all on his own. Of course at the end of the day all that means is that he’s alone.

Both Parker and Chance are ladies men. They’re handsome bigtime actors with a sexiness that radiates off them. But when a ‘hopefully’ blockbuster movie puts them together as FBI agents who fall for each other things get a little tense. They’ve worked together in the past, but never really liked each other, and now they have to kiss and touch and make it seem real on screen. So how do they do that? They practice.

“As I take another sip of water and turn the page, my eyes skim the first line of the page. Immediately, I spew the water that is still in my mouth across the table and start choking. What the fuck? My character, Jackson, just kissed Chance’s character, Wade!” 

Chance forces Parker to practice and it doesn’t take long for him to realize he’s thoroughly enjoying touching and kissing Parker. For Parker it’s different. He fights it every step of the way, especially after he discovers his body actually reacts to it.

“My breath catches. I’m really about to kiss a man…on purpose. I can’t tell if the butterflies in my stomach are from excitement or dread, and that just adds to my anxiousness.” 

Crossing the Line is a beautifully written story that completely held my attention. It’s filled with manipulating family, nonjudgmental friends, and a love that shouldn’t have happened but couldn’t be denied. Not to mention it has sex scenes that’ll leave you breathless and wanting more. I’d suggest planning a date night after reading this. You’ll need the release.

“Fucking asshole. Bane of my existence. And now he’s in a god damned, motherfucking, personally tailored, form fitting Armani two-button suit from Barney’s of New York. And he looks… he looks… fucking delicious! Cocksucker.” 

My Favorite Laughable Moment: It was funny when Parker attempts to outdo Chance at the gym. It’s even funnier when they make the bet. 

My Favorite Moments: I have three… First, Chance’s confession at the baseball game and Parker’s sweet reaction to it. Second, when Chance calls out Carla. I mean how can you not love it when he calls her a “twunt”? I know I did! And third, two words…flash mob!

Jenn 5 Heart

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Review of Sarge by Bey Deckard

Sarge

Y’Sir!  

Genre: Erotica (M/M), Military, Sci-Fi

Book Length (Est.): 49 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Sometimes it’s just about being in the right place at the right time… with the right person.

Sarge is the short story of a burgeoning D/s relationship between two space marines stationed on an alien planet where an endless war drags on.

Sergeant Wilkes is a hard man with a long, celebrated military career. Brawny, tattooed, and utterly submissive, Murphy is just an interesting diversion… until Sarge realises he has found something truly rare.

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

Bey Deckard is easily becoming one of my favorite authors. His Baal’s Heart series continually wins me over so of course I’ll read anything he writes. Saying that…I have to admit although I love Sci-Fi movies I don’t typically enjoy reading the genre and this has not persuaded me to delve any further into it.

I’m not sure how else to do this so I’m going to break it down. The Military and Sci-Fi aspects were more of the backdrop, which for a short story is expected. We all want the romance part anyway, or at least I do.

“Sarge is hitting on me. There’s no mistaking the gleam in his eye, and I can see it coming off of him in waves. You could not have painted me more shocked.” 

The Sci-Fi side brings new and interesting technology, which of course needs to be explained, but at the same time it kind of made me want to skip ahead.

Sarge and Murphy being military men shows in their demeanors, and what interactions they have outside of their quarters displays what kind of men they are. Murphy being the quiet man who could give a rat’s ass what anyone thinks of him and Sarge being the badass who could make a soldier wet his pants. Two complete opposites who come together under not so savory conditions. War on an alien planet.

“I swear to god, I have never made a sound like it before; half whimper, half gasp, it’s past my lips before I can stop it. Sarge sees the effect his words have on me, and he smiles.” 

As for their relationship…Bey wrote it so of course it’s HOT. The only thing lacking is the emotional attachment. Sometimes it’s their and sometimes it’s not.

If you want a quick dose of a sexy military man on his knees before his superior with a twist of Sci-Fi then Sarge is the book for you.

My Favorite Moment: When Murphy shares his special abilities with Sarge so he can see how he affects him. 

Jenn 3.5 Heart

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Review of Sacrificed: Heart Beyond the Spires (Baal’s Heart #2) by Bey Deckard

Sacrificed

Plunder Me, My Sexy Pirates!  

Genre: Erotica (M/M, M/M/M), Action/Adventure

Book Length (Est.): 380 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Reunited once more, the crew of Baal’s Heart must make the long and treacherous journey south to the towering spires of the Devil’s Isles. The path through the mountain range is fraught with peril; mayhem and tragedy plague the pirate ship, but what the men find beyond the spires is the most shocking of all.

In this sequel to the acclaimed Caged, the pirates are dragged into a dangerous new world by Captain Baltsaros’s all-consuming obsession. In the midst of terror and chaos, Jon learns that the captain and first mate have been keeping secrets from him. But will the truth tear them apart?

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received an ARC of this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

I loved Caged and could not wait for the sequel. Let me tell you, it does not disappoint. Jon, Tom, and Baltsaros come back with all the same intensity as in the first book and then some. Their relationships are pushed to new and intriguing depths and the sex is still unbelievably hot. As for the adventure…it’s definitely there. A new land full of craziness that’s sure to get the blood pumping.

With Tom back, Baltsaros will need to find a balance between caring for two men and the jealousy that comes with those two men also loving each other. But for him balance isn’t always that easy, not with the beast that lives within him.

“Go to him, and see if you can’t make some sense of this. Go to him, and help me fix this.” 

For Jon, it’s about trusting his gift to lead him to truth. Baltsaros and Tom still hide things from him. They still tell half-truths. But one should always be careful for what they wish as the answers they seek may be too damning to be forgiven or overlooked.

“You hate lying to me,” murmured Jon. “Yet, you fucking do it anyway.” 

Tom wasn’t sure if his place was back upon the Heart, but it’s where he’ll end up. Torn between his feelings for both Baltsaros and Jon, he’s not sure what to do and he wonders if anything will be like it was once before. Figuring it out is the hardest part.

“He sees the good in me, Da, plain as day. That’s somethin’ worth fightin’ for. Maybe even dyin’ for.” 

Sacrificed continues the unrelenting journey of the Heart and its men. It’ll take you deep into a God fearing civilization built upon sacrifice. There will be those who we lose, but there will also be those who we will gain. Action, adventure, and sex…what a combination!

My Favorite Moment: When Jon and Tom spend a night together that is so passionate words are not needed, for the meaning of those unspoken words will be felt. 

My Favorite Laughable Moment: Language lessons. I’m sure anyone could learn a new language with those kinds of incentives.

“You do realize now every time I think of the word ‘cat’, an image of Tom’s mouth around my cock is going to come to mind.” 

Jenn 5 Heart

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