Hard To Protect (Black Ops Heroes #3) by Incy Black #BookReview #RomanticSuspense
British assassin-spy Will Berwick has orders to seduce and trick psychologist Angel Treherne and find out just where her brother and his stolen thumb drive are holed up. Will isn't known for his triple orgasms for no reason, but no way Will is violating Angel that way. Doesn't mean he doesn't have other weapons to use against the pretty, ice queen shrink. Angel knows that despite her brother being her only remaining family, he's in some serious trouble and she'll protect him or die trying. Too bad Will has other plans. And so begins the test of willpower. May the best player win.
March 27, 2017
Wedlocked (PresLocke #3) by Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine #BookReview #excerpt
Wedlocked is the final book in the contemporary gay romance PresLocke trilogy, featuring mega Hollywood action star Ace Locke and too-sexy-for-his-Calvin-Kleins model Dylan Prescott. This book is pure, happy endorphins, a feel-good rush from start to finish. I actually cried at the end—for-real, happy tears. If you need a pick-me-up or just want to feel your heart fill up love, you must read this series! Don't start with Wedlocked, though. If you're new to Ace and Dylan, check out Aced instead!
March 22, 2017
Fighting Attraction (Redemption #4) by Sarah Castille #BookReview #EarlyReview
Fighting Attraction is all about conflict, the push and pull of life and love and soul-deep needs. Both main characters are a study in contrasts. Jack Caldwell is the encouraging, good-natured gossip king of the Redemption gym, but he's a true sadist at heart, and a painful past has taught him to keep that part of himself locked away. Penny Worthington is an adorable pastel- and pearl-wearing British gal with a penchant for death metal and bad boys, and her secret is so damaging, only a few people in her entire lifetime have known. The way their dark needs fit together—and yet also clash so painfully—weaves the gritty undertone that sets this story apart from typical fighter romances in [...]
March 20, 2017
The Heartbeat Hypothesis by Lindsey Frydman #BookReview
This one is a bit of a departure from what I usually feature on GraveTells, so it's not going to be a good fit for everyone reading this. I was initially attracted to this story by the description and the cover: girl receives heart transplant, spends time with brother of her donor who agrees to help her recreate his sister's "done-it" photographs. I enjoy photography, so a man who knows how to work a camera is automatically sexy to me, so this seemed like a gimme. But this story is actually quite sad. It ends well—I mean, it's technically a romance—but it's more about the characters working through their own problems separately than banding together in an adult relationship. The [...]
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