Sunday, March 13, 2016

EnshrineEnshrine by Chelle Bliss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If Rocco Bruno doesn't deserve the award for best supporting male character in a romance novel this year, I don’t know who does.

"Bruno is the sun that scatters the rays in my world, driving away the dark and shining the beautiful light on my life."

Callie, the lead female character in the book is facing the unthinkable and is determined to lock herself away and rely on no one for help. Her best friend tries but fails to help her, that is when she brings Bruno in and he takes charge. He has his secrets that we later discover which adds suspense to the story.

Personally, I don't know how anyone can read this book and not become an emotional mess….but in a good way. It was heartbreaking, emotional, beautiful, messy, and inspirational. I could just feel the love between these two characters by the end. I loved these two characters by the end!!

"The appreciation for the light can never come without darkness."

Enshrine is very well written! 5 stars does not do this book justice I more than loved it and I cannot wait to read more from Chelle Bliss!


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SixSix by Hilary Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you are a fan of hardcore MC romance, you will love Six. Pay attention to the warnings, because everything the author says is in the book is really in the book!! There is violence, strong language and graphic sex, but I am over 18 so that’s ok. I certainly don’t live it, but I do enjoy reading it from time to time. I was extremely impressed with this book!!

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Porn StarPorn Star by Laurelin Paige
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was so good that I didn’t want it to end! I loved every single minute of it. The title of the book is accurate. There is a lot of porn talk, references to porn and porn itself. I cannot imagine the amount of research that went into writing it. Don’t let that scare you. Logan O'Toole is a sweetheart!You don’t have to watch porn to enjoy this book. I felt like the author packed as much into this one book as would normally be drawn out into a series of two or three books.

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