Monthly Wrap-Up: August 2014



A big thank you goes out to all of you who stopped by to participate in our spotlight of our author of the month, Karina Halle. We hope you enjoyed our coverage of her series. If you missed it, you can check it out here.  As well as thank you all for participating in the Facebook giveaway we had!



We extend our thank yous to all the authors who stopped by this month! Here’s a quick recap of events:

Lauren Dane
Melissa Culter
Heidi Cullinan
Cecy Robson
Jewel E. Ann
Jaye Wells
Dee J Adams
Rachel Haimowitz and Heidi Belleau
Delilah S. Dawson
Maya Banks
Jodi Ellen Malpas
Jeaniene Frost
Barbara Palmer
Kristen Callihan
Noelle Adams



This month we started a new feature called Book Boyfriend Battles where we place our favorite heroes from one author’s backlist. Nalini SIngh’s Psy-Changeling and Guild Hunter heroes are the first to be pitted against each other. If you missed it, you can check out the series of posts here:

Nalini Singh Book Boyfriend Battle

Team Obsidian Round 1

Team Snowdancer Round 2

Team Obsidian Round 3

Team Snowdancer Round 4

Team Snowdancer Semi Final

Team Obsidian Semi Final

Remember you can still vote in the Final for a few more days!  Click here


Beauty and the Mustache by Penny Reid.  That is all.



Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning (Urban Fantasy): Can you tell I’m excited for BURNED? I’ve already started my annual reread in preparation for it. This series remains as my all time favorite series.

Willow Springs by Toni Blake (Contemporary Romance): Though not my favorite of the series, Blake nonetheless kept me glued to the book. Although I didn’t agree with everything the hero and heroines did, I found myself desperate to know that they still had their HEA. Which to me, still says something about Toni Blake’s writing.

With No Remorse by Cindy Gerard (Romantic Suspense): The BOI series still remains as one of my favorites in this genre. No one comes close to the action, adventure and suspense as Gerard is able to do with her books. I would love to take a peek at her research notes.

Festive In Death by J.D. Robb (Romantic Suspense): Is there anything better than watching Eve during the holidays? She’s such a grumpy little thing, but it’s definitely entertaining to watch her be with her close friends and family. Not to mention the mystery is good in this one.

One In A Million by Jill Shalvis (Contemporary Romance): I LOVED this book. But I’m also so sad to see this series end. Shalvis ends the series on an extremely high note and I know that there will be plenty of rereads for years to come.


A KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOR by Jude Deveraux: Yes, I was reading one of the classics that most of you all already read.  And I fell completely in love with it!!!!  Must read for everyone!

THE SWEET GUM TREE by Katherine Allred: What an amazing story!  I was captivated from the very first page.  I loved every heartbreaking minute of it and just wanted more.

REASONABLE DOUBT by Whitney Gracia Williams:  Now the serial is finished.  It’s only three parts, don’t run away!  This is a great story.  I loved Andrew and I really got invested in the story.  You can get the three parts now: VOL 1, VOL 2, and VOL 3 or you can pre-order the full story as one complete novel, which comes out Sept 16!  Click here for that.

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Thanks for recs guys!

Sophia Rose

Enjoyed this month even if I didn’t stop by as often. Oh, The Sweet Gum Tree is already on my list too. Glad it was good.


What a great month with karina halle and nalini singh’s men!!

Amy R

I agree with Suzanne, Beauty and the Mustache by Penny Reid was awesome.