Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Market For Love by Jamaica Layne

Title: Market for Love
Author: Jamaica Layne
Publisher: Cheek Virgin Books
Heat Level: Mucho Caliente
Genre: Contemporary Erotica
ISBN: 13:978-0-352-34203-4
Length: Novel


Caution: Make sure to use oven mitts when reading this book, because the sex scenes are hot enough to sear your fingers right off the pages.

Our heroine, Miranda is strong and intelligent, and despite every obstacle she comes out fighting. She’s easy to identify with, when her bad day goes from bad to worse. Losing eight million dollars is bad, but then to find out she just had casual sex wit her boss? Having her period is only icing in the cake.

Max is our sexy hero and tries his best to do the right thing, doing everything in his power to protect the woman he loves. Even if that means never seeing her again. He has been blackmailed for years, but now his vengeful ex has the ultimate weapon at her disposal, a sex tape of him and Miranda, that she threatens to make public.

Jamaica Layne knows what a romance reader wants and she gives it to them from the very first page. Market for Love kept me glued to my seat until the very end. The couple meet quickly, allowing the book to focus on the relationship. The sex scenes are sizzling and never slow down after the first time. It only gets hotter. I highly recommend this one. Once you read Jamaica Layne, she will be on your auto-buy list.

5 Stars
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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Thorn of Ebon by faith Bicknell-Brown

Thorn of Ebon
By Faith Bicknell-Brown
Publisher Freya’s Bower

This book is part of a series, based on three daughters, half human, half fairy. While each book seems to be a standalone title, I would recommend reading the books in order so you have a full understanding of the character’s personality and references to past events.

I really enjoyed this book. It was not only well-researched, but well written. Faith managed to (once again) take us on an adventure into the past, to a time where humans and magic coexisted. A time where the Norse gods had more power and when things went wrong we blamed it on the god of mischief, Loki.

Freya’s favorite of the three daughters, Loilati was sent on a quest to seek out the Thorn of Ebon, and prevent the Fae races from being killed.. She rides out on a warhorse bred by Thor himself, and in the company of elves and other magical creatures. Along the way, she discovers her hidden power is fire and learns how to control it. This book made me laugh out loud several times, and is packed full of surprises. If you are a fan of fantasy or mythology, you won’t want to miss the Thorn if Ebon.

5 stars

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Thursday, December 4, 2008

Dare to Dream

Dare to Dream
by Leigh Ellwood
Phaze Books

Book Four of the Dareville series.

While this is a standalone title and can be read seperately, I would recommend reading the other books first to understand the characters better.

Claire Walker is publically humiliated by her company and is forced to return home to Dareville and start over. J.J. is there waiting for her and just attracte to her as he ever was. She comes up with a plan to make a list of things that she wants to do before she dies. A few items on that list require sexual exploration that J.J. is more than willing to help out with.

Dare to Dream was a great escape and novel length so you didn't have to let go of the characters any sooner than you wanted to. The characters came to life with her realistic dialogue, but most importantly, the sex was H-O-T! Hot!!

5 Stars