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{Review} Dirty Pleasures (Dirty Billionaire #2)

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Dirty Pleasures by Meghan March
Dirty Billionaire #2
Read January 2016
4 stars



I did it. I married a billionaire.

My reasons are my own, but the last thing I expected was to feel owned.

I may have taken vows, but I’m still determined to be me.

Now his rules are taking over my world, but I’m not the kind of girl to just obey.

There’s only one problem: I might actually be falling for him…

I have no idea how this marriage is going to go, but holding onto a piece of myself while succumbing to his dirty pleasures is shaping up to be the ride of a lifetime.

Series Reading Order

#1 Dirty Billionaire ~ my review
#2 Dirty Pleasures
#3 Dirty Together


I enjoyed Dirty Pleasures more than the previous book.

Both Creighton and Holly have more of the character depth that I felt was missing in the previous installment. They are starting to explore their emotions, each other and what they truly want from the other. The sex is still as hot as ever. If not even more so.

Everything is starting to look on the up and things might be improving, but then there is always someone out there to make them doubt. I really want then to work it out. But then… cliffhanger


{Review} My Dutch Billionaire: Part Two (My Dutch Billionaire #2)

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My Dutch Billionaire: Part Two by Marian Tee
My Dutch Billionaire #2
Read October 2015
4 stars



He’s Willem de Konigh. 33 years old. A coldly handsome, excruciatingly polite Dutch billionaire who’s always gotten what he wanted. Only this time, he realizes what he wants the most is the one woman who wasn’t for him.
She’s Serenity Raleigh. 19 years old. A painfully insecure childhood friend of the billionaire who used to love him from afar…until she realized that it would never work between them.
But things have suddenly changed.
Willem now wants her back in his life. In his arms. In his bed.
But he also wants her to play by his rules.

This is Book 2 of Willem and Serenity’s love story.

Series Reading Order

#1 My Dutch Billionaire: Part One
#2 My Dutch Billionaire: Part Two
#3 My Dutch Billionaire: Part Three


OMG! OMG! OMG! I could seriously kill Willem right about now. He is such an idiot (and that’s putting it nicely). After everything that he went through to get Serenity back, he just goes and does that. I mean WOW! How can he still be so blind to what is in his heart and what everybody else can see? He really is starting to get on my nerves, but at the same time I’m addicted and can’t get enough of this couple.

I really want Serenity and Willem to get their happy endings, but Willem seriously needs to some major grovelling after everything that he has put her through. I mean the mans just…… pissing me off majorly. At this stage he doesn’t deserve Serenity’s love.

So glad I don’t have to wait for the next book in the series because I think it would seriously kill me. I need to know now… book 3 here I come.

{Review} Twenty-One

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Twenty-One by Clarissa Wild
Read October 2015
4 stars


21 years
On her 21st birthday she’s taken. Collected by a rich family as an unpaid debt. Her body sold. Her mind his.

21 weeks
For 21 weeks she carried a burden no girl should ever have to carry. Now she loses her freedom to a man born to destroy her.

21 days
His name: Angel DeLuca. His mission: To break her in 21 days before she sees through his lies. But she won’t give up without a fight.

21 minutes
It takes only 21 minutes for their lives to be forever entwined.

21 seconds
21 seconds to spill. Time is running out.

Secrets ruin them … but not all truths are worth the price.

But a better question is… why did I let him kiss me like that? Why didn’t I fight it right from the beginning?


What can I say? This book was something completely different to anything that I have read in a while. Is it weird to like the hero even thou you secretly want to kill him every time he does something violent? Angel is one multi-layered person and I think that’s what I loved about him the most. Just when I thought I had something figured out about him, the author goes in and throws in another twist.

And Sky, she’s one strong woman. There is no way I would be able to came out sane after everything that she went through. But knowing why makes me understand her decisions even more.

I think I spent most of the book wondering when I would discover what each of the 21’s where for. These kept me guessing til the end.
21 years- this was an easy one.
21 weeks- I thought I had this one figured out and then… OMG!!!
21 days- another easy one
21 minutes- Also another one that I thought I had guessed right, but no I was wrong again.
21 seconds- Now this was the most interesting. There were a lot of things that this could have been. But when it’s revealed, I melted. The happy tears were happening. I did not expect that at all.

{Review} Trickiest Job (Executive Toy #4)

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Trickiest Job by Cleo Peitsche
Executive Toy #4
Read August 2015
4 stars



Lindsay has never been so alone in her life.

After a private investigator exposes her, she’s on the run once more. Her bottomless bag of tricks is empty, and she’s filling it to the brim with regrets and mistakes.

As danger builds, Lindsay can’t stop thinking about her dominant bosses. Maybe Romeo, Hawthorne, and Slade could save her.

Maybe… if they could find her.

Series Reading Order

#1 Executive Toy ~ my review
#2 Professional Sin ~ my review
#3 Dangerously Big ~ my review
#4 Trickiest Job
#5 Dirtiest Lie
#6 Forbidden Fix

Being submissive doesn’t mean being a doormat. It doesn’t mean you’re lazy in bed or that you have low self-esteem


Just when I thought I had it all figured out with Lindsay’s past, the author goes and throws more secrets and mysteries into the plot. I can’t take it anymore, yet I keep coming back for more. It is just that good.

Lindsay has finally returned to her home town, yet it doesn’t feel like home to her because she left ‘home’ behind in the form of her three sexy bosses. However she thinks that they were only using her because they haven’t tried to find her and make contact with her. One mistake on Lindsay’s part soon leads to Slade, Romeo and Hawthorne turning up to her hotel room and demanding answers. Ya finally we get some more of the truth. It seems I’ve been waiting forever for this. But it was worth the wait.

So glad that the guys demanded Lindsay except their help, but in doing so she has to earn their trust. This is going to be one of the hardest things she has even had to do in her life so far.

The secrets that each of the bosses reveal at the end to gain her trust. Didn’t see that coming at all.

And let’s not forget the sex. Still as hot as ever.

However I still want to know what she’s keeping deep down for everyone and what the 3 gentlemen have on her grandfather. Everyone still seems to have one last card up their sleeve that they don’t want to play just yet. So annoying.

{Review} Dangerously Big (Executive Toy #3)

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Dangerously Big by Cleo Peitsche
Executive Toy #3
Read August 2015
4 Stars



Working for Romeo, Hawthorne, and Slade is a challenge, but the dominant men give Lindsay exactly what she needs. Even though Hawthorne continues to drive her insane, she’s happy with her new life.

But when a stranger with a gun steps out of the shadows, Lindsay realizes that happy is dangerous.

Happy will get her killed.

A woman with Lindsay’s past doesn’t have the luxury of waiting for a knight on a white horse. She’ll have to settle for an arrogant, condescending billionaire… one whose goal has always been to get rid of her.

Desperate women don’t get easy choices.

Series Reading Order

#1 Executive Toy ~ my review
#2 Professional Sin ~ my review
#3 Dangerously Big
#4 Trickiest Job
#5 Dirtiest Lie
#6 Forbidden Fix

The truth is that I was falling for them. For Slade, yeah. That was obvious even to me. And for Romeo. How could I not? Even Hawthorne was growing on me. Under different circumstances, if we hadn’t gotten off to such an awful start…


Now this is what I’m talking about. The mystery and suspense is really starting to add up and I’m getting hooked with every book of this series that I read. It’s an addiction.

Lindsay’s past has finally started to catch up with her, now that she is enjoying life and working for her new bosses. Life seems to be finally going good and then something happens one night late at the office and suddenly she wants to run again. However she seems to be in two minds about. Lindsay really wants to tell her bosses about her past because they could help her, but doesn’t want to trouble them. I really wish she would tell them, because then I would know her secret too.

And let’s not forgot the hot bosses. Each one of them is slowly starting to grow on me and each for different reasons. While together they all have some VERY HOT office sex, the more time Lindsay spends with Slade, Romeo and Hawthorne individually, the more their character personal traits are revealed. Hawthorne is really starting to come through and want he does in this book is a real eye-opener.

So glad I have the next book ready to go.

{Review} Professional Sin (Executive Toy #2)

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Professional Sin by Cleo Peitsche
Executive Toy #2
Read August 2015
3 Stars



The skills that keep Lindsay alive are turning into liabilities. She needs to keep covering her tracks, which leads to lying to her bosses in order to hide her true identity.

Hawthorne, Romeo and Slade are powerful men who have zero tolerance for what they perceive as disrespect. They spell it out clearly: no more lies. As much as Lindsay wants to walk away, she knows the three men give her something no one else can.

When someone from her previous life recognizes her, her bosses demand to know who she really is and what she’s running from.
Is a half-truth a truth? Or is it just another lie?

Series Reading Order

#1 Executive Toy ~ my review
#2 Professional Sin
#3 Dangerously Big
#4 Trickiest Job
#5 Dirtiest Lie
#6 Forbidden Fix


The mystery of Cleo’s past is really starting to get very interesting. A little more of it was revealed in this story but still not enough to really understand what drives her. I’m intrigued to find out more.

Hawthorne, Romeo and Slade are really starting to show more of their characterful traits. While they appeared to act as one single minded group in the first book, they are slowly starting to show individual traits. I’m liking this even more. I would like to know more about their past too. This seems like a very interesting story.

The ending was so cute and so unexpected from Hawthorne. I like surprises.

{Review} Sweetly Broken (Black Heart #2)

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Sweetly Broken by Michelle Congdon
Black Heart #2
Read July 2015
4 stars




By the one person I trusted.
By the man who raised me as his own.
Who trained me to be the ruthless killer I am today.
Well, it’s time for payback.
I may not remember my past, but I’m going to show Ryuu, and all those responsible, what happens when you double-cross Emery Kane.

Blood will be spilled. Bones will be broken. Their bodies will fall.

My father created a monster. Perhaps, he should have learned to control me.

Series Reading Order

#1 Sweet Fury ~ my review
#2 Sweetly Broken
#3 Revenge is Sweeter
#4 Sweetest Kill

Fine. But if we die, you have my word that I will follow you around in the afterlife reminding you of what you did. You will be so sick of me that you’ll be trying to end your afterlife, but I will follow you everywhere and hunt you down, Tanner. Mark my words.


Sweetly Broken jumps straight back into the action. Emery hasn’t seen Grandy since she left him into the hotel room. But that hasn’t stopped her from trying to track down the people that are trying to kill her.

However the plot thickens when secrets are revealed about who Grandy really is. I did not see that one coming. I think when the author can keep me on my toes when reading, it just makes it that more interesting. Keeps me coming back for more.

I’m really starting to hate Caleb. What he did to that poor little dog; that was just cruel. He is one evil man.

It’s good to see that some of Emery’s past is coming back. I just that she is strong enough to handle to truth because she is one kick ass female lead.

But that ending nearly killed me *one-clicking next book*

{Review} Sweet Fury (Black Heart #1)

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Sweet Fury by Michelle Congdon
Black Heart #1
Read July 2015
4 stars



I’m a cold-blooded killer.

Raised that way by a man named Ryuu after I was found unconscious on his doorstep when I was ten years old.

I have no recollection of my former past, only that Ryuu took me in, raised me like a daughter, and trained me to become what I am today: a silent and deadly predator.

Behind each seductive smile is a calculated plan on how I’m going to kill my next victim.

Deadly with a gun and even deadlier with a blade, I spared no one.

Except one man…

A man who made me question everything I’d ever been told. Whose past was as mysterious as mine, and made me feel things I shouldn’t.

Grady Tanner.

Series Reading Order

#1 Sweet Fury
#2 Sweetly Broken
#3 Revenge Is Sweeter
#4 Sweetest Kill

It’s not rare for one killer to go after another. If asked, we will track down and kill anyone for a profit. Everybody has a price. What is rare is when the other killer decides to knock you out for the evening, and then proceeds to cook breakfast the next morning


This book had me gripped from the start. I just couldn’t put it down and finished it in one sitting. Ok so it was short but still before I knew it I had finished and really have to read the next one to find out what happens now.

I don’t read many books about female serial killers so this was really different. I really liked Emery. She just has this way about her. Except for some reason unknown to her, she just can’t kill her latest victim.

Oh the secrets that are revealed along the way. So much happening, yet I loved it all the more for that reason.

{Review} Compulsion (Magnetic Desires #1)


Compulsion by Misti Murphy
Magnetic Desires #1
Read July 2015
3 stars



Stranded in the friend zone, Orion Lance has been in love with his best friend Clo since high school and unable to work out how to get her to see him as more.

After catching her husband cheating, Clo turns to her best friend Orion for support, only to find he wants more than she’s willing to give.

While Orion shows her that not all men are pricks, and not all roses have thorns, Clo must find a way to let go of the past and open up to a second chance at love.

Series Reading Order
Standalone series

#1 Compulsion
#2 Addiction
#2.5 Immersion


The way compulsion is written is a little different to the stories that I have read recently and I really enjoyed it. It starts in the present with flash back to how the story all came to the point where the reader joins the story. Then each chapter is the same with the present scene and another flash back. It may seem a bit stranger but it worked at really well for this type of story.

I really enjoyed Orion. I think my heart broke for him and the struggle that he had to go through. He has to watch his best friend fall in love with one of his friends and then later attended their marriage. It was pure heartbreak and he never really get over it. Sometimes I wanted him to just move on but other times I really wanted to see if love really can conquer all.

Half numb, I left her there on the floor. How could I stay, when all I wanted to do was show her what it would be like to be loved by a real man?

However I didn’t really care for Clo. She just wasn’t doing it for me. My only wish is that I was hoping that she would change or grow on me but she never did. Pity really because she was a major let down to an otherwise really enjoyable story.

{Review} Vintage: Vol 2 (Vintage #2)


Vintage: Vol 2 by Lisa Suzanne
Vintage #2
Read June 2015
4 stars



Murdering a global icon was off limits, but his family was fair game.

The threats against me, the daughter of rock star Gideon Price, forced me closer to the man protecting me. I’d lost track of the number of secrets the men in my life had kept from me. But when the threat against my family turned to murder, it was time for me to learn the truth.

I was reminded once again just how short life could be, compelling me to take control of my future.

I was no longer in the dark, but I was in more danger than I ever imagined.

This is the second and concluding book in the VINTAGE series.

Series Reading Order:

#1 Vintage: Vol 1 ~ my review
#2 Vintage: Vol 2


 What an ending! This story couldn’t have ended any other way; it was just perfect.

Vintage 2 begins from the end of Vintage 1; right into the action. Nothing has been left out my the author with the reader left guessing what happens between the two books. I like that.

Roxy and Parker could be anymore perfect for each other. After everything that they go through to get to where they are and then to go through more before they say ‘I do’. They have a really strong bond and this is shown in everything that they are put through by the mystery threat that is hanging around their lives.

Oh and the secrets that are revealed. I didn’t see some of them coming but did made the story so much better because of it. There were even a few sections were I started to tear up. The author really made me feel with this book.

Team James Forever!