Month: January 2016

That’s a Wrap! January 2016

January 31, 2016 Angela Wrap Up

January Wrap Up

 

My reading goal this year is 100 books. That may seem like a crazy number of books, but I think I can do it. It’s definitely easier to read a book that I love versus a so-so book. 2016 started off with a bang with some truly awesome reads. Here’s a wrap up of books I reviewed in January. Click the link to read my review. Read More



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Review ♥ Getting Rough by C. L. Parker

January 30, 2016 Angela Erotica, Reviews
Review ♥ Getting Rough by C. L. Parker

Getting Rough is the second book in the Monkey Business trio. It continues the enemies to lovers story of Shaw and Cassidy, two competitive sports agents. The first book, Playing Dirty, heavily emphasized their animosity, and I enjoyed their verbal sparring and underhanded rivalry—not to mention their smoking hot chemistry. This book, however, focuses more on their transition from adversaries to acquaintances to lovers.

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Cover Reveal ♥ Us by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy

January 29, 2016 Angela Cover Reveal
Cover Reveal ♥ Us by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy

To say I was a fan of Him by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy would be a huge understatement. I’ve been counting down the days until the sequel, Us, is released. In the meantime, I’ve been stalking them keeping my eyes open for any information and – lo and behold – we have a cover! This should tide me over for the next month or so. I guess.

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Review ♥ He Will Be My Ruin by K.A. Tucker

Review ♥ He Will Be My Ruin by K.A. Tucker

The book blurb should have the following warning: “You’d better hold on tight because you’re about to embark on one hell of a suspenseful rollercoaster.” Instead, the blurb says this book is, “sexy,” and, “hot.” I think that’s misleading. This isn’t a racy romance novel with a little whodunit thrown in. Yes, there are some romantic aspects that help propel the plot, but He Will Be My Ruin is first and foremost an edgy, hardcore, emotional thriller that kept me guessing until the end.

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