Sunday, January 15, 2023

Release Blitz for Vi Keeland's The Game

Title: The Game
Author: Vi Keeland
Genre: Standalone Contemporary Romance
Release Date: January 16, 2023


It started out like any other Tuesday.

I spent twelve hours writing algorithms for one of the largest companies in the world and then came home to work on a pet project of mine—feeding facts about the men I knew into a formula to find my perfect match before my twenties came barreling to a close.

But then a man knocked on my door and handed me some papers that turned my life upside down.

Apparently, a father I never knew existed had left me something in his will. That something turned out to be part ownership in a professional football team.

Next thing I knew, I was learning a sport I knew nothing about by spending time with the team’s quarterback who was out with an injury, a man who my formula would definitely determine was all wrong for me.

Christian Knox was too handsome and confident for his own good and could have any woman he wanted. Only lately the only woman he seemed to want was me.

But there was no way I was getting involved when I was now his boss, even if he was insanely gorgeous and had the dirtiest mouth I’d ever come across.

It would be wrong, wouldn’t it?

Probably. But you know what they say about things that are wrong...sometimes they feel so right.




Vi Keeland is a #1 New York Times, #1 Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling author. With millions of books sold, her titles are currently translated in twenty-seven languages and have appeared on bestseller lists in the US, Germany, Brazil, Bulgaria, Israel, and Hungary. Three of her short stories have been turned into films by Passionflix, and two of her books are currently optioned for movies. She resides in New York with her husband and their three children where she is living out her own happily ever after with the boy she met at age six.





Lisa Kane's 4 1/2 Star Review!

Bella Keating is a math nerd. She spends her days writing algorithms and it completes her. By her own admission she's a bit of a genius with numbers, but people-well not so much. She lives in the same run down apartment above a fruit market that she's lived in for years. She doesn't own a car, she takes the bus everywhere. (I was a little surprised that given she has a very specialized skill, she isn't making a lot more money for doing what many companies would be willing to pay employees beaucoup bucks to do) 

Her life changes drastically when she finds out that she has been left a football team as an inheritance from a man she has never heard of or met before. But the will is ironclad, to the chagrin of his two other daughters. They make sure to let Bella know she will never be accepted or welcomed. 

On her first day at the team's headquarters, one of her evil sisters pranks her into believing the guy walking around with numerous pizza boxes is a perv. That's not quite true-he's the team's golden boy, Christian Knox. Their initial meeting is awkward and embarrassing. But Christian is intrigued by this ginger cutie and he's determined to have some fun pursuing her. 

Bella is down to earth, wants only what she's earned and has no sense of entitlement. She just can't figure out why this man, believed to be her father would leave her so much. When her mother died, she was in her teens and was shuffled into the foster care system. He never sought her out, and had to know she was literally an underage orphan on her own. She quickly learned she could not depend on anyone else in her life. She never quite got over that belief.  Bella believes she can find a man who is her match  based on mathematical analytics and not her emotions.  

Christian Knox knows a good thing when he sees it, and despite the fact that technically Bella is his boss, he's not going to let that pesky little fact stand in his way. This is a good guy; has he had his and probably lots of other men's share of women-yeah, but he never promises what he he isn't willing to commit and he's honest. But will that be enough to change Bella's way of finding a mate? 

This is a Vi Keeland story so expect some angst and disruption to their paradise. Bumps in the road are mandatory for Vi's works and The Game is no exception, but it's well written, the characters are adorable and quirky, the story is page turning and it's one not to be missed! 

Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Release Blitz for Sawyer Bennett's Drake (Pittsburgh Titans #5)

Drake: A Pittsburgh Titans Novel Sawyer Bennett Release Date: January 3, 2023


 Drake McGinn turned his back on hockey after the league betrayed him. Will the Titans be his chance to clear his name and take back the career he once loved? After I made the decision to divorce, my ex-wife set out on a smear campaign against me, telling anyone who would listen that I was betting on hockey and throwing games. It wasn’t surprising that my ex told the lies, but the fact that the media, league, and fans chose to believe her baseless claims was unforgivable. I walked away from it all and never looked back. Having settled into life as a single dad to three boys, I’m content. I have more money than I could ever need, and plenty of time to do whatever I want, whenever I want, and whoever I want. So when Brienne Norcross, the team owner for the Pittsburgh Titans, shows up at my house with a job offer, I have no problem turning her down. But the no-nonsense billionaire, with sinfully seductive red lips and killer heels that would look hot as hell thrown over my shoulders, won’t take “no” for an answer. Now I need to find balance between hockey, my boys, and the explosive chemistry Brienne and I can no longer deny. A cast-off hockey player and the league’s only female team owner? I can think of a million reasons why it could never work but can’t bring myself to care about a single one of them. Game on. All books in the Pittsburgh Titans series can be read as standalones. See the entire series here:

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4 Star Review from Trinette Dungee

There have been quite a few books in this series I’ve been waiting for, and Drake was one of them. From the minute we first met him and Breanne in Stone’s book I prayed they would have a storyline together and it would be hot. This did not disappoint. It was indeed hot, as well as passionate and gave a few giggles. Neither bites their tongue, neither is afraid/embarrassed to share their feelings. They are unapologetically who they are and, they are equally matched in their physical attraction to each other, and what they don’t want. Breanne Norcross and Drake McGuinn don’t just sizzle, the freaking burn and explode. This meeting has been a long time coming…. 

“Are you flirting with me, Drake? Because it would be considered improper.” I shake my head and lean toward her. Dropping my tone, I give her the honest truth. “I don’t flirt. I fu*k, and that’s it.” Brienne gasps, not in horror or shock, but more like a tiny exhale of lust as her cobalt eyes darken. I take advantage of the shock. “Boy toys flirt. That’s not me.” “And why do I need to know the difference?” she asks. I’m pleased her voice is huskier than usual. My lips curve in a wicked grin. “In case you want proof of what I’m saying.” I watch in fascination as her eyes go from sizzling in contemplation to icing back over to the multibillionaire owner of an empire. “Not interested.” Her tone is bland… disinterested as she glances over her guests. “Oh, you’re interested,” I say knowingly, and her eyes fly back to me.

Drake McGuinn is done with the hockey world. His wife’s drug addiction tore his family and marriage apart, and when she falsely accuses him of places illegal bets against his team the league seemed perfectly content to believe her lies. Drakes main concern is raising his three boys and ensuring their lives are as normal as possible. When Breanne Norcross first approached him about returning to help rebuild the Pittsburgh Titans, her entertained her until she pissed him off, but Breanne won’t be dismissed so easily. 

Drake is rude, crude, dirty talking, sex on a stick: 

“Trust me… no pus*y is ever going to make things right with me for what the league did. I fuc*ed you because I wanted you, plain and simple. Just like you let me fu*k you because you wanted me too.”

Something that has become more and more prevalent in Sawyer Bennett’s books is vulnerability with her male characters. There has always been a level of vulnerability with them, but lately it seems to be at the forefront of their personalities/characteristics. Drake isn’t afraid to show his emotions, especially when it comes to his family. Whether it be his sister or his kids. 

All three boys are crying—good, happy, emotional tears—and yeah, I am, too. I flop us down on my small front lawn that’s starting to crisp in this first month of fall. I spend quality time letting them crawl over my chest and hug the ever-loving shit out of me. Yeah… think I’ll just stay this way for eternity. 

Although his divorce was hard on him more because of the league’s response and his boys, it also has jaded him when it comes to relationships. 

That seals it. We agree we’ll fu*k on occasion and are free to be with others. It’s the perfect deal for me and holds with my current philosophy that I’m never committing to another woman again. 

His ex has left him bitter and with little trust in women or relationships, but when he realizes that Breanne means more to him than just a “fu*k”, he doesn’t hesitate to admit it to himself. When he realizes he’s done something to hurt her, he owns it.

Where Drake is rude and crude, Breanne is right there with him. She matches word for word and action for action. 

You didn’t break up with him because of me, did you?” Brienne frowns. “No. I ended things before you.” “Good,” I say adamantly. “Because I’m not asking you to.” “Good,” she mimics. “Because I fu*k who I want and when I want. Clay was convenient, just like you’re convenient. Just like there are a lot of convenient men.” Well, damn. She turned that around on me.

Breanne Norcross has always been on top of her game and a force to be reckoned with in the business world, but after losing her brother, the owner of the Pittsburgh Titans, in the crash that killed the majority of the team she’s thrust into a whole new world that’s she’s not all that familiar with. As she struggled to rebuild the Titan’s she had a few missteps, one being her first interaction with Drake McGuinn. From the moment he stormed out of her office she’s been determined to get him back

What I liked about Breanne was her assertiveness. When the time came, she let Drake know she was attracted to him, but she didn’t let him call the shots completely. Breanne gave him a run for his money in the emotions department. She wasn’t clingy and needy. She called the shots quite often and she scheduled the “booty calls” and “hook ups”. Something else that really resonated with me about Breanne is her sexuality. While it’s not unlike authors to write their female leads as women who embrace their sexuality, they don’t usually have them openly dating another man. Those men are mentioned but nothing major. With Breanne, she actually has a “boy toy” that she interacts with. While she may not actually have sex with him, he’s there and you know the purpose he serves to her. 

Best way to scrub Drake McGinn from my mind is to have Clay distract me in bed. Of course, it’s a crapshoot since fifty percent of the time I’m free, he’s not, and vice versa. I’m surprised when I get a quick text back. Absolutely. Eight p.m.? That works, I type back and exhale in relief. There… back on track. I’ll have my chef whip up something light for us, we’ll share a drink, and then I’ll let Clay fu*k my brains out. It’s a good plan.

While Drake may be grieving losses in his life, and has the support of his family, Breanne is coping with the death of her brother and taking his place with the Titans. She’s hardly had a chance to truly grieve the loss of her best friend pretty much on her own. She puts on a brave face and other than a support group she started, she basically grieves alone. During their stolen moments and nights together, Drake and Breanne learn a lot about each other. They learn so much that there sex only rules and arrangements quickly morph into so much more. 

What I also enjoyed was the friendships in this book. Although she has developed something of a friendship over time with Jenna, she’s never had actual girlfriends. So, when Jenna introduces her to other wives on the team, she begins to get a real feel for friendship. Drake is initially and understandably hesitant about getting close to the guys on the team, but he soon realizes he has a good group and they’ve had back even when he didn’t know it. 

The players never turned on me, and those who were my friends stayed true. Those who were merely acquaintances listened to those who knew me, and their support came my way. It was probably the only thing that kept me sane during this last year—messages of support from players I barely knew on other teams.

In a nutshell, this was hot and steamy, but not just hot and steamy; there was passion, feelings and growth with the characters.

Cannon’s book is next, and I have a feeling vulnerability will be a major player in his story.

Cannon’s story of how he lost a loved one through a slow death versus how I lost someone so quickly is a pointed reminder there’s no recipe on how to deal with any of it. “I want to ask a favor, and feel free to say no… but I formed a support group for the family members of the victims. We’re really connected via phone and social media because we’re scattered all over, but we have a monthly Zoom call to check in on one another. I’d love to have you talk at one of our meetings… about your experiences with grief. You’ve survived it, but I know some who are really struggling.” “I’d be glad to,” he says easily and then stands from his chair.

Monday, December 5, 2022

Release Blitz for Sawyer Bennett's Midnight Realm

The Midnight Realm
Sawyer Bennett
Release Date: December 6, 2022

Read the first THREE chapters of The Midnight Realm

Even kings who serve at the whim of gods break the rules every now and then.

As the newly anointed king of the Underworld, I’ve worked hard to clean up the mess left behind by my predecessor. The realm is in relative peace at the moment, my main focus now on deciding the fate of recently departed souls. It’s a tediously boring task, and honestly, one I despise doing. But just when I think I can’t stand another moment of the monotony, one soul changes it all.

Nyssa McKnight earned her ticket to Hell. She made her choices and even at the prospect of eternal damnation, she doesn’t seem to regret the actions that led her here. I can tell by her utter defiance that life has hardened her, a trait that has carried over to her in death. She should be begging me for mercy but instead calls me a “big old winged bat”. I should toss her right into The Crimson River for her insolence but instead I think I’ll keep her in servitude.

While I struggle to reconcile the intrigue—and attraction—I have for this human, I am forced to spend my days investigating rumors of an uprising in the Underworld. Unfortunately, my desire to keep Nyssa has provided a weak spot for the rebellious Dark Fae looking to gain control, one they’re quick to act on. Now, with Nyssa in danger and my throne threatened, I will stop at nothing to restore order, even if it means letting her go.

Can Amell, the king of the Underworld, find true love, or is he destined to rule alone until the end of days?

The Midnight Realm is a standalone romantic fantasy novel about unexpected redemption within The Chronicles of the Stone Veil series.

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New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling author Sawyer Bennett uses real life experience to create relatable stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From contemporary romance, fantasy romance, and both women’s and general fiction, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone.

A former trial lawyer from North Carolina, when she is not bringing fiction to life, Sawyer is a chauffeur, stylist, chef, maid, and personal assistant to her very adorable daughter, as well as full-time servant to her wonderfully naughty dogs.

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Trinette Dungee's 4 Star Review

“Serve you? In what ways?” I ask suspiciously. “In any way I want,” he replies, a devilish grin tipping one side of his mouth. “I’m not having sex with you.” “Won’t you?” he counters confidently.

Jeez…does this guy scream Alpha/Confidence/Sex/Power or what!? 

We’ve encountered Amell several time throughout this series, but at the last time, he was was being united with his human daughter and being given the throne to The Underworld. At this point Amell is in the midst of reorganizing The Underworld and has been banished there, not allowed to visit Earth Realm due to his prohibited interference with Thalia’s battle for Vyronas. Amell has determined The Underworld needs a makeover and it’s not going to resemble anything of Kymaris’ Underworld. In the new Underworld, there is a sense of peace…well as much peace as there can be in Hell. As he adjusts to this new position and life Amell encounters a soul sent to him like nothing he’s ever experienced. Enter Nyssa McKnight. She’s a sassy spitfire that while shaking underneath, stands up to Amell. While many of the souls sent to him beg for forgiveness and second chances, Nyssa accepts her fate and does show remorse for the life she’s led or the sins she committed…especially the final sin she committed. Nyssa is quite entertaining at times when she deals with Amell.  Such is the case during their first encounter when she’s mouths off to not just his subjects but to him as well. 

This is it. He doesn’t even need to hear my crimes. He’s going to dump me in. I hiss at him. “Go ahead and do it, you big old, winged bat. You don’t scare me.” I look around wild-eyed at this place called and scream, “None of you care about me.” 

I was totally not expecting Nyssa’s response and completely laughed out loud. At this point Amell himself is discovering that Nyssa isn’t the typical doomed soul, and he decides to keep her around to try and figure her out.  What he also figures out is that Nyssa intrigues him on many levels. 

Nyssa has led anything but a charmed, carefree life. She’s struggled and fought the entire time doing whatever she needed to do to survive, so it’s no surprise to her when she ends up in Hell and lands at the feet of its King. What she won’t do is beg him for anything, but she does have to learn to live with this never-ending time in Hell. 

Of course, Amell becomes completely attached with Nyssa and the two end up in a “relationship” which is not surprising, but what is very surprising or enjoyable is the personalities of these two characters. They were both unapologetically who they were, and for the most part didn’t change throughout the story. They both had vulnerabilities that they didn’t necessarily display to each other but didn’t attempt to hide them once there were known. Nyssa remained Nyssa the entire time. The edges that seemed to have smoothed themselves out were always soft, just not visible to everyone. 

As for Amell, he accepted his position because he was appointed by Zora and his feelings for her, but it’s not something he ever wanted. I feel like he definitely struggled quite a bit with what was expected of him as the king of the underworld, and what he wanted to be as the king. While he moves forward with changes that are meant to keep the Underworld as a “dark place” as it should be, his way of ruling is not appreciated by everyone, there are those who want nothing more than to see Kymaris’ dream of taking over the earth realm and he has to establish his supporters from his enemies. 

Amell never attempted to hide his love for his daughter, Thalia, and how it hurt him not being able to see her the way he wanted or as often as he wanted. He had a very intimate nature. With Nyssa, it wasn’t just about getting her in his bed, but also getting to know her. Although he knew everything there was to know about what landed her where she was, he opted to let her tell him, He allowed her to become comfortable enough with him to open up about her past life. 

“Relax.” he adds. Lie down for a minute and let’s discuss your day.” I stare at him dubiously wondering if lie down and talk means “sex”……”You’re safe Nyssa. It appears I have to repeat this often, but I won’t touch you unless you ask me to.” He hasn’t asked which is confusing. “But you want to?” “I “I want to very much, but point out, intent on arguing this to complete clarity. “You’re evil. You have no morals.” “Few morals,” he corrects me. “Although admittedly, they’re self-serving.” “As I said, you can force me.” “I could easily force you.” I flinch at that admission and wait for him to reassure me. But he doesn’t. “Now, lie back down, face me, and let’s talk.” If that doesn’t scream intimacy, I don’t know what does. 

The King of the Underground has a heart…….and it’s freaking adorable and sexy as hell (no pun intended).

Wednesday, November 9, 2022

Release Blitz for RS Grey's Forbidden French

Title: Forbidden French

 R.S. Grey

Genre: Contemporary Romance

About Forbidden French:

Once upon a time, Emmett Mercier was the golden boy of St. John’s Boarding School. The crown prince of his father’s vast business empire, unapologetically attractive…oh, and fluent in French.   At school, I kept a picture of him hidden beneath my pillow, a tiny token of my adolescent infatuation, but I might as well have been worshiping a distant demigod. He was hardly aware of my existence. I was far too young, and he was far too consequential—until one day we found ourselves alone together in the dark library and struck up a friendship…of sorts.   But in the years since leaving St. John’s, I’ve no longer bothered yearning for Emmett. What a useless dream. I would have gone crazy trying to keep up with his jet-setting life. Which Parisian hotel is he calling home now? Is there some new lithe model draping herself across his lap today?   My negligence comes back to bite me. I’m ill-prepared the day he strides into my art gallery. There’s only a mere trace of the boy I once knew. Self-assured, handsome, intoxicating—Emmett is more man than I can handle.   There’s no room for him in my gilded cage. My life is planned to a T. From where I go to how I dress, it all depends on the calculated whims of my grandmother. Soon, I’ll even dutifully walk down the aisle toward a man of her choosing.   Emmett can’t stand my obedience. Now that we’ve rekindled our friendship, he’s intent on unearthing my heart’s true motives.   And therein lies the problem: I was doing just fine without him, but now that he’s rattling the bars of my cage, I’m forced to acknowledge the truth.   Once upon a time, Emmett Mercier was all I wanted. The midnight wanderings, the whispered nothings, the unbearable longing—they etched indelible marks on my soul. Even now, after all these years, my heart is only fluent in one language. Forbidden French.  

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Lisa Kane's 4 Star Review

Forbidden French is a more serious story than I am used to from this author. Usually her writings are light and funny with fantastic wit. This story told over a number of years had beautiful writing but it wasn't as light and had some deep emotions that hurt one's soul.

Lainey knew of Emmett from attending the same boarding school. He was a few years older than her, way more sophisticated and was the guy every girl wanted. His family are the richest of the rich, having made their fortune in the fashion industry. Emmett's parents are unhappily divorced-his mother never got over his father, while his father wasted no time in replacing her with a younger model. His family is French and one gets the feeling he was just born sophisticated and suave. 

Lainey is gawky and terribly shy. She is the butt of the school's mean girls all the while she had a burning crush on Emmett. They have a few conversations, some interactions in the library. Emmett is about to graduate and while he has no lusty feelings for Lainey (there is the age difference) she has left a lasting impression on him. 

Fast forward quite and few years and they are back in each other's spheres. Lainey has somewhat found herself. She was raised by an overbearing grandmother. Her life has always bene one of privilege but she has wanted to make her own mark, her own way. There are expectations from both Emmett and Lainey's families and those complicate the couple's lives. 

I have to say that I liked how Emmett's feelings for Lainey have affected his persona-he who has always been self assured is a mass of emotions and doubts when it comes to her. That's a twist I can get behind. Lainey has molded into a woman who knows her own worth and one who is willing to lose what she most desires if she is not cherished for the wonderful creature that she has become. 

I like this more serious side to the author's writings. I enjoy a good rom/com, but this one was very well written. 

Tuesday, November 1, 2022

Release Blitz: Ruined Kingdom by Natasha Knight

Title: Ruined Kingdom
Series: Ruined Kingdom Duet #1
Author: Natasha Knight
Genre: Dark Mafia/MFM Romance
Release Date: November 1, 2022


Death. Loyalty. Lies.

I never imagined my first trip to Italy would be to bury my father.

But there I stood, in a beautiful cathedral, alone with my grief and my father’s casket, a handful of soldiers standing guard.

It never occurred to me that anyone, even our enemies, would disrupt the sanctity of the moment.

But the Caballero brothers have little regard for the church and even less for my family. They marched in weapons in hand and turned my world upside down.

They shattered what peace I had.
They desecrated my father’s body.
And they took what they wanted. What they felt they were owed. Me.

I’m a princess in a tower in a breathtaking villa.
My bedroom overlooks the turquoise sea, but the door is locked.

And if I ever hope to be free, I have to contend with not one but two dragons.

5 stars
Review by Jen Skewes

I always look forward to a Natasha Knight book. I have read many of her books and I have loved every one of them.  I know to expect a dark romance, but with each book there's still that shocking twist, the darkness then to a new level. The element of surprise is always there.  And not matter what I am always left questioning my sanity.  This book is no different.  Well actually I take that back, because it is very different.  I'll explain why in a minute.  


Amadeo and Bastian are brothers who for the past 15 years have been planning their revenge on the Russo family. When the head of the Russo family dies, they put their plan into motion.  They show up at his funeral and kidnap his daughter, Vittoria.  They have plans for her.  to them she is a means to an end.  They pawn in this vicious game they are playing. 


Vittoria has no idea what they want with her or who they even are.  She vaguely remembers that night so long ago.  Now she is being held captive but two brothers who want revenge.  the only concern of hers is her little sister.  She wants to make sure that she is safe.  And in order to do that she must obey the brothers. But she is a fighter and taking orders from Bastian and Amadeo is not easy. It is not in her nature to just sit back and take the abuse that they throw her way.  She will fight tooth and nail, but she also knows that in the end she will give in.  She has no choice.  She knows that they need her right now, but what happens when they get what they want?   What happens then?  Oh, I wish I knew.


I love Ms. Knight's books because of how well she writes a dark romance.  There are many times when she completely tests my limits with how dark it is.  They are never so over the top where I need to step away or put the book down, but yes there are moments that are darker than others. For me I think Ruined Kingdom wasn't as dark as I had expected but with that being said, Ms. Knight took this to a different level. 


Bastian and Amadeo both want revenge.  So, what that means is that Vittoria belongs to the both of them, in every way.  All I have to say is Bravo Ms. Knight!!  Because Oh My God, this book is scorching hot.  These two brothers had Vittoria squirming, hating herself for even reacting to them.  And I could totally understand why.  They both want the same thing but their ways of going about it are so different.  They are different in many ways but also the same.  I cannot wait to see how this all plays out.  


Once again we are left with a jaw dropping cliffhanger.  I am sensing that the second book may go in a darker direction than the first and I am all for it.  Because that ending!  Wow!!  Ruined Kingdom is everything that I love in a Natasha Knight book.  I loved the dynamic between the three of them.  I loved the intense and raw scenes, and we cannot forget those scene that will make you blush!!  Well done!!  I will patiently waiting for the conclusion, because I myself have no idea where this will go!!




Releasing November 15



Natasha Knight is the USA Today Bestselling author of Romantic Suspense and Dark Romance Novels. She has sold over half a million books and is translated into six languages. She currently lives in The Netherlands with her husband and two daughters and when she’s not writing, she’s walking in the woods listening to a book, sitting in a corner reading or off exploring the world as often as she can get away.

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