Pick of the Day

The Bad Mothers' Book Club by Keris Stainton

⭐⭐⭐⭐ This book is more chicklit than lesfic but is thoroughly enjoyable. It starts in the dreaded gate-moms world. Yeah, that is...

Not Since You by Fiona Riley


⭐⭐⭐⭐☆★


This book has so much hot steaminess and so many sex scenes that it could almost be erotica or at least an erotica romance – except that it isn’t – because the emotional driver between the MCs is so strong that it has to be categorised as romance.

Gorgeous Charlotte Southwick is on her honeymoon cruise – alone. Just before their wedding, Charlotte caught her fiancée in flagrante delicto and naturally called it off. Charlotte had already made non-refundable payments for the cruise (a VIP suite, no less) and a week in Aruba, so pushed by her grandfather, she decides to go by herself. Lexi Bronson is a bartender and a VIP attendant on the cruise ship. Charlotte and Lexi were sweethearts in high school, but that ended when Charlotte went away to college. Their love and lust for each other, which should have withered and died away during their decade apart, blaze to an inferno immediately.

Charlotte (heart: throb, beat, skip, race, throb, beat, skip, race…ad infinitum). You know that Leonardo DiCaprio movie Inception with its premise of infiltration of the subconscious? We feel that Riley somehow delved into all levels of our conscious, unconscious and subconscious, found our fantasy woman and wrote her as Charlotte. We can’t even begin using adjectives for Charlotte. We’re sure Lexi is also nice (or maybe even more than nice) but we were so completely swept away by Charlotte that everyone else (including Lexi) became just supporting players.

Our swooning over Charlotte apart, this book is a great, great read so obviously, we recommend that you dive into it as soon as possible.    

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆★

Support this Site with a Donation

Search Review by Author or Book Name

#Trending

Search Review by Author or Book Name

Most Read This Week

Search Review By Author Or Book Name

Most Read in the Last 30 Days

Search Review by Author or Book Name