Welliver is a scientist and genius who leads a team to explore earth. Mars is dying and humanity has to move back to earth. He’s also a member of the Outlaw motorcycle gang. While on earth, this not so brave guy is almost killed by an octopus monster. He’s saved by a naked man who’s only known as Beast.
Love, totally and utterly in love with Welliver. He’s so freaking adorable! From being rejected by his crush, almost killed and he’s so cocky. I love him! Beast is a badass and extremely sexy. He doesn’t remember his name because he was sent to earth so long ago. My heart hurt for him. I wanted to hug him tight then get him naked, lol. Seriously, so sexy. I love their story. There’s lots of action but also lots of romance. I did not want this book to end and I’m so excited to read more about the sons of Outlaws.
Suck the Savage Beast is a sexy, fun story that you have to read!
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Title: The Auction
Author: Rose Carole
Genres: Contemporary, Erotic, Romance, BDSM
TBR Reviewer: Amy
Rating: 3 Stars - A Good Read!
Heat: 3/5 - Blush Worthy!
David puts his sub Jenna up for auction, but they both get more than they bargained for. Jenna is unhappy that David is putting her up for auction, but he hasn’t exceeded her limits so, she must do as he says. After the auction is over, Jenna finds herself excited along with her two Dom’s for the night. They have an intense experience in the harem room. Jenna and David both feel connected in a way they have never before and they have learned a lot about each other to help further their relationship.
I liked the story! David and Jenna made for a perfect couple. Add in an auction at the club for an exciting kink. I would have liked the “sex” to have been more intense and more focused on, since this is in the BDSM genre. The kink/sexy factor needed to be hiked up a little more for it to really thrive and that’s why I gave this three stars.
The Auction is a good read for romance but not very kinky for a BDSM book.
In this sci fi world, Elaina is a champion storm racer. She takes a detour to a remote planet where she meets Dr Erik Johansen. Then their outpost is attacked and they must work together to stop a deadly biogenetic weapon.
I do love me my sci fi. This is a perfect treat if you’re in the mood for excellent world building, sexy characters and a heartwarming story with spaceships. There are dark moments that had me rooting for the not so perfect Elaina and even the sexy but workaholic Erik is extremely likeable. I quickly found myself pulled into the story and on the edge of my seat. The world this author creates is just beautiful and complex, it really makes for a great read. I can’t believe she fit all this into a story less than two hundred pages and it feels like a long novel! The heat in this book is packed in and let me tell you, you’ll need a cold shower or a man handy while reading this book. Just look at the warnings on the book to be sure you can handle them all. I loved them! I can’t wait to read more from this author!
Race to Redemption is a must read, erotic sci fi!
Cillian can look into people’s eyes and see their fates. He soon learns that Soren, a man that saved him years ago is still alive and he will stop at nothing to repay the favor...
This book takes place is Cillian’s point of view and I’m so glad it does. He’s a great character. Add that to the fantastic and sometimes over the top action. I found Soren a little hard to pin down but just as enjoyable. There’s mystery, gun fights, paranormal goodness, some sexy and lots of fun. This is a unique world the author created and I, for one, liked the tour through their imagination.
Soothsayer is a highly recommended read for paranormal lovers.
Sasha is just trying to survive now that the human world has been conquered by the alien Sions. When a theft at her job points to her, she’s thrust in the middle of the investigation with a sexy Sion named Dram. They have to work together to figure out who the thief is but will a forbidden romance between them lead to even more danger...
I would have loved more details right at the beginning about the Sion. They’re supposedly alien but they look like us? There really isn’t an explanation on them. Why would they look like us if they’re alien? How can you tell a Sion from a human? If the Sion were made a bit more, well alien, then I think it would have really rounded out the world building. The mystery is spot on. I love the unraveling of the jewel theft. It really kept me on the edge of my seat. Dram and Sasha have great chemistry when they’re together. Their romance is so beautiful and sweet, also hot! Ice water is definitely mandatory when reading this book. If you like romance and mystery, this book is sure to please you.
Trusting Justice is a highly recommended read!
Brit, a reporter, wakes up groggy and unable to remember the night before. Oh yeah, and there’s a dead cop beside her. She’s also kidnapped by a guy whose life she ruined that eventually believes her story and helps her. Together, they must clear their names and find the real killer.
I am telling you, Brown knows how to write a mystery so well that you could be the freaking killer and not know it. Lol. She is fantastic. The whole book, I had my suspicious about a certain character and I was right. The journey to get to the end of this story has twists and lies. I love it! Britt and her bad boy Raley are so perfect. Each have their own issues and it really makes for great romance. Now, the only reason for the four stars instead of five is the actual romance scenes. So quick but it is still really sweet.
Sandra Brown truly is the queen of romantic suspense and you can see her in all her glory in Smoke Screen!
The Ultimate War of the Sexes.
"We deliver this ruling to promote the separation of hormonal influence from procreating, the elimination of hostility between the genders and the liberation of human beings from unattainable and unnecessary relationships."
So decreed the Matriarchal Council of Genesis at the conclusion of the Gender War, long before Eroyn Fairchild was born. She knows no other world, and has never set eyes on a man outside of textbooks. Nor would she want to, given the decades of liturgy describing them as alien, aggressive, generally unintelligent and out to do harm to all females. Funny how the craziest notions can be institutionalized...as history and literature have proven. (Need I say more than "Roman Colosseum," "1984," and "Hunger Games?")
Estranged from her natural parents, Eroyn is paired with an "Elder" for guidance and nurturing, as are all Genesis females when they reach the age of Mentoring. The Youth then takes care of The Elder for the rest of her natural life. (Hmmm...another institution comes to mind. Seniors Home, anyone?) Eroyn's life and beliefs are shaken however, when her her Elder dies, and her job as a security officer results in the capture of a male from The Other Side. His rescuers present a new portrait of 'male' for Eroyn, setting her and lifelong friend Luna on a path to danger and discovery of the truth about her world. More dangerous still, is the friendship she develops with a brother she's never met, and the unfamiliar but undeniable attraction she begins to feel for his
Book 2 of this series was previously reviewed, and though well done it lacked the necessary backstory to stand on its own. Now that the gaps are filled in, I venture to say The Separation has all the makings of a YA masterpiece. Book 3 can't come soon enough!!
The Separation is a must read and my favorite book of 2017 so far!
ass? I knocked his hand away. "I can take of myself."
"Not against a seasoned warrior."
Projecting an aura of confidence, I replied, "With my bionics and rather awesome psychic abilities, I can defeat any warrior."
Every single one of my ungrateful brothers broke into laughter.
Okay, I was exaggerating a bit.
Wulf thought it was pretty funny too. "I'm a hunter. You could never defeat me, Yakira."
"Wanna bet?" I pulled back my bionic right arm and let him have it right in the kisser. His head snapped back and he hit the floor hard.
Ziyad stared down at his unmoving form. "Did you kill him?"
"Can I eat him?"
"Get his laser pistol," Colburn yelled.
Wulf erupted to his feet. "You haven't defeated me."
I shook my head in disbelief. "If I was the enemy, you would be dead."
"Then I could eat you," Ziyad crowed.
Wulf fingered the butt of his laser pistol.
"Don't even think it. She's family."
"Regrettably." Wulf touched his mouth gingerly. "Nice punch."
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Matt is the captain of a less than honest ship and he’s been hired to take Ryce to a secret location to steal an alien artifact. Only Ryce is supposed to be the pilot and this employer isn’t exactly telling the truth. As trouble finds its way to the crew, Matt is both attracted to Ryce and suspicious. Where exactly is there location and what does this artifact do?
I absolutely love these kind of adventures, sci fi with some romance books. It combines all three genres and makes an epic read. This book had the adventure with Matt, Ryce and crew. The sci fi is a wonderful glimpse into the future of spaceships and roaming the universe. The romance is a bit thin though. Sure, they have great chemistry but I wish there was more of it. There are only a few kisses in this book and that’s it. I love the details of the ship and the world the author created. There’s action that really has me on the edge of my seat. This seems to be the first book in a series and I for one am looking forward to reading more.
Adrift is a highly recommended read!
After generations of travel through space they’ve arrived at Zehava. The planet is discovered occupied by plant based lifeforms, one of which is Terra’s boy, and the ship has erupted into chaos as the rebels fight the council. Terra avoids the woman trying to kill her, meets the beast stalking them and searches for her mate, but will they ever find a home here or will they return to a dying earth?
Terra really matures and grows in this book. I love how she’s thrust into a leadership position that she doesn’t know anything about but she grabs it with both hands and doesn’t let go. She really makes the story amazing. We finally meet the boy, her boy, and I love the world building. This alien society is rich with details and depth. It is truly a pleasure to unveil. There’s lots of action and the ending is sweet and hopeful. I’m so glad I picked the first book up on a whim. I’m looking forward to more books from this author.
Starbreak is a wildly successful sequel to Starglass, a must read!