Kayley Loring is one of the most endearingly, frustrating authors I have ever come across. She shows a heart what it means to be human. Her characters remind us it’s okay to be less than perfect. Back for More was not love at first sight for me. Lily is more than a little self involvedContinue reading “Back for More * Loring, Kayley”
Love Mary B. Moore books. They have romance, humor, a little mystery and just the right amount of sexy scenes. If you’re hunting for a romance that will make you laugh and feel good when done reading, this or any of her books are worth you’re time.
Hudson Scott. Nicknamed ‘The Horror’. Champion MMA fighter. … And caught up in an off-limits woman. Ramsey Ashton. Queasy around blood. Pink haired beauty. … And crushing on her brother’s best friend. Hudson’s head has always been firmly inside the cage, until he sets eyes on the woman he’s sworn not to touch. Ramsey hasContinue reading “Mr. July: An MMA Sports Romance (Calendar Boys Book 7) * Nicole S. Goodin”
I remember the first time I watched Memoirs of a Gheisha close to 14 years ago. And the second time. And the third time. And the fascination I’ve developed for anything Japanese. Kimonos, tea ceremony, hair styles, even those silly flip flops. So you’re probably wondering – if I liked it this much, how come IContinue reading “Memoirs Of A Geisha – Arthur Golden (1998)”
Guess who’s been to see Wonder Woman late last night? After the massive hype surrounding the movie and seeing Wonder Woman (plus the costumes plastered all over Comic Con), I decided to see my favourite hero re-acted by Gal Gadot.
The guys where I work are worried. I show a natural tendency to love violent tv shows that expose a lot of sex, a lot of gore, bloody violence and deadly killings. I am a Game of Thrones fan (massive, massive fan) and recently, I started watching How to get away with murder and Vikings.Continue reading “The Vikings * And the awesome stories I learned from them”