Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Stepdaddy Dom by T.S. Irons - Release Day Blitz

Title - Stepdaddy Dom
Author - T.S. Irons
Genre - Erotica

My life was almost perfect. I had a job I loved that made me a ton of money. I had the perfect wife who was sexy, smart, and loved to play games in the bedroom. And then there was Riley, my eighteen-year-old stepdaughter, the bane of my existence. She was a spoiled brat that needed to be taught a lesson, and I was going to bend her into submission.

Warning: This is a smutty taboo tale. If it’s not your thing, don’t one click!

T.S. Irons likes all things smutty! She loves lingerie, sexy movies and hot reads.
She lives in Pensylvania with her sexy husband and their crazy dog.

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The No Reverse and Fast Forward Box Set by Marion Croslydon is on sale for 99c.


No Reverse and Fast Forward Box Set
Marion Croslydon
Genres: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance

A girl who needs to undo the past.
A boy who wants to forget it.
In love, there’s no way back.
“There are so many ways to love, but there was only one way to love Cassie. Only one way Cassie could love.
“I FIERCELY loved this story.” Goodreads Top Reviewer

At high school in Steep Hill, Kansas, Cassie O’Malley and Josh MacBride were the poster couple for quarterback/cheerleader romance until they starred in their own tale of teen pregnancy. No need to say: their shotgun wedding was low-key. But when there was no baby anymore, they went their separate ways.

Five years later, Josh has breezed through Georgetown and is about to finish his post-grad degree at Oxford University. He is set to join a lobbying group on Capitol Hill, owned by his new fiancée’s father. For Josh, the sky is now the limit... only he must first take care of a tiny legal matter: technically, he’s still married to the girl who broke his heart.

Meanwhile, Cassie has been waiting tables in Steep Hill to pay for her sick grandmother’s care. On the day of the old lady’s funeral, Cassie is served with two sets of papers. Josh is asking for a divorce. Her heart squeezes, but, well, he moved on a long time ago. But the second envelope shakes Cassie to the core. So, for the first time, she leaves Kansas and heads to good ol’ England.

There, Cassie finds that Josh has not just “moved on,” he’s freakin’ engaged to some blue-blooded heiress. The feelings Cassie had buried deep rush back to her. But no matter if he keeps thrusting the divorce papers under her nose, she needs him to save the only person she loves more than Josh, more than life itself...

Cassie learned the hard way: Love forgives... in the end.

In No Reverse, Josh and Cassie’s epic love story went from the brink of destruction to a fragile new beginning. Now they must mend their broken family and win back the son they gave up five years ago.

But second chances need to be earned and the road ahead is rocky. With Cassie on tour and Josh trying his hand at a political career, the struggle becomes clear. When the adoption takes a bad turn, Cassie and Josh are prepared to give up everything for the fight of their lives.

Will this young family finally heal the years of heartache, or will they be torn apart for good?

“I fell in love with their relationship.” Schmexy Book Blog

“I relished this story.” Good Choice Reading

“It is a feel book.” The Autumn Review

“I’d categorize her writing in those with whom I consider to be an elite league of authors like Taryn Fisher, Fisher Amelie, J.A. Redmerski, Laura Spinella, K.A. Tucker and a many others that can write a story that not only has you hooked to the edge of your seat, but that makes you seriously think and feel.” N.A. Book Addict

About Marion Croslydon

Marion loves to share happy vibes, talk book crush, fictional boyfriends and sexual chemistry with like-minded people. And because she spends most of her days on her own deep inside her London writing cave, you are welcome to come and say “hello” from time to time. Just to make sure she doesn’t sink into insanity. Her friends, family and arch-enemies (there are quite a few) will be forever grateful for your help.

Her debut novel, Oxford Whispers, a New Adult paranormal romance, won the IndieReader Discovery Award, 2013. Her contemporary romances, No Reverse and Fast Forward, were Amazon bestsellers, both in the New Adult and Kindle Top 50 charts. Please get in touch with HER: marion AT marioncroslydon DOT com

By the way Marion wrote that bio, but she likes using the third-person. It makes her feel as cool as shit ;-)

You Own Me by Mary Catherine Gebhard - ARC Review

You Own MeYou Own Me by Mary Catherine Gebhard

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 Stars to 4 stars

This is a story of how hard falling in love can be. It’s not about flowers and romantic dinners, it’s about sacrifice and hard work. Lennox is a broken soul on the run from her abusive ex-boyfriend. She left her life and everything in it behind in Seattle, moving to Santa Barbara in an effort to start over. She knew it would be difficult, lonely and sometimes downright miserable. She did not however know that she would meet the man she would love forever. The man she would soon discover she couldn’t live without.

Vic is a man with a secret life and a damaged past. He avoids intimacy and lives a simple life to hide the violence he came from and the violence he currently lives with. Lennox is the girl he never expected, the love he never thought he deserved. He should leave her alone, but he can’t their connection is too strong. She could shatter his heart, but he needs her like he needs to breathe. Are they both too shattered by their pasts to truly be able to have a happily ever after?

"I'll love you until you break my heart. I'll give you the broken pieces of my heart as an offering to you, because you own it." 

My Review:

This book had a lot going on, a crazy ex-boyfriend, mental illness and secret lives. Lennox has some big issues with depression and self-worth. She lost her mom to suicide when she was young and her father became aloof and detached soon after. I felt like Lennox craved love and acceptance and tried to find it anywhere she could. Then when she found it, she became so scared she didn’t know what to do with it. Her insecurities is most likely why she allowed ex-boyfriend to victimize her until she realized it was life or death she needed to leave.

When she tries to start over somewhere new, she first falls in lust then love with the secretive hot guy in her building Vic. Vic has some pretty messed up issues as well, coming from an abusive childhood he doesn’t know how to have a healthy relationship. Until Lennox makes him want to be the man, she deserves. It was the moments when they both truly expressed their hearts to each other that I could not put the book down. Their sexual chemistry was off the charts, Vic was a dominant lover, but caring for his woman as well which made me love this character. Lennox could be a bit erratic, not knowing what she really wanted. However, she usually concluded that Vic was whom she wanted.

The ending is not your typical happy conclusion for a romance novel, but I think it was the necessary one. Lennox and Vic are not your ordinary couple they are complex characters with many vulnerabilities. The both stole my heart and I wanted to know how their story ends. There are twists, turns, and obstacles that break them apart yet make them stronger at the same time.

"I'm not sure if there is a future for me and Vic, but there sure as hell isn't an expiration date. What did that make us? "

I believe this is Mary Katherine’s first full novel, at times it was a little wordy for me certain parts could have been told in less time. The majority of the book was told to us by Lennox, at the end, we get some of Vic’s points of view, but I would have liked more of what he was thinking throughout the book. That was a missing element for me. I felt like Lennox was telling me the story instead of experiencing it with her. However, for me, I began to think of it as if I was reading her diary, getting to know what was going on inside her head. I recommend the book it is not a light read it’s a deep story that will sometimes make you chuckle at their banter and others you might want to punch Vic for his stupidity. In the end, you will care what happens to this couple.


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