Posts Tagged: netgalley

Oct 24
Last Chance Rebel by Maisey Yates

Last Chance Rebel by Maisey Yates

We’re back in Copper Ridge with this latest installment, and boy did I have some high hopes for Gage. See, Gage is the eldest son of the West family, and he was the reason for a car accident that left Rebecca Bear permanently disfigured. He was stupid and young and… Read more »

 
Jul 12
Hold Your Breath by Katie Ruggle

Hold Your Breath by Katie Ruggle

Lou has moved to a small town in Colorado to escape her controlling ex, and her family. She’s a Connecticut girl who’s followed her mother and step-father’s plan for her to the point of dating whom they tell her to, going to whatever schools they pick, and even becoming an… Read more »

 
Apr 03
Take Me Cowboy by Maisey Yates

Take Me Cowboy by Maisey Yates

Anna is a heavy machinery mechanic and she’s been invited to a gala for local businesses. The problem is that she’s not girly, doesn’t own a dress, and has brothers who have bet her she can’t get a date! As she meets up with her friends at a bar, she… Read more »

 
Mar 20
Beware of Me by Cynthia Eden

Beware of Me by Cynthia Eden

This is the fourth book in Cynthia Eden’s Dark Obsession series, and as much as I’ve been waiting for Ethan’s book, I have to admit, this wasn’t my favorite. Ms. Eden’s trademark brand of sex appeal and suspense were present, but I just didn’t love it. Carly and Ethan share… Read more »

 
Feb 05
In the Company of Wolves by Paige Tyler

In the Company of Wolves by Paige Tyler

I really love Paige Tyler’s werewolves. It’s a fresh take on werewolves without feeling like it’s something crazy and out there. This SWAT series is full of that yummy alpha wolfiness I love. This books starts with something a little darker than normal. Jayna is trying to ignore her mom… Read more »

 
Jan 01
Sworn to Protect by Katie Reus

Sworn to Protect by Katie Reus

This is book 11 in the Red Stone Security series, and with the exception of seeing many couples who were obviously from previous books, this reads really well as a stand-alone. But I will say, seeing all the happy couples from books past made me want to start the series… Read more »