Friday, November 21, 2014

Club Alpha Boxed set - Spotlight & Giveaway



Club Alpha



 13 BDSM romance novels and novellas from New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors, available at $0.99 for a limited time.

 We are also offering a contest for a number of Amazon gift cards worth a total of $300.00 (top prize $100). #ClubAlphaRomanceBoxedSet






Want to take a peek behind that red velvet curtain? Come join our Club Alpha authors as they take you into the inner sanctums of some of the hottest, most exclusive clubs you'll ever have the privilege of witnessing. Some come for the discipline, some come for the thrill, some come to find sweet passion, but all go away initiated in the ways of love.

Surrender to the dominance of these thirteen novels from bestselling authors including New York Times and USA Today bestsellers Adriana Hunter, Selena Kitt and Terry Towers



Club Alpha isn't a place--it's a state of mind you're going to want to visit again and again!



Claiming His Tease by Amy Valenti - Josh is all Dom and sexy as hell, and he's prepared to wait for Lena to come to him. All she has to do is kneel at his feet, and she'll be his. But is she too stubborn to give him the satisfaction?

Breaking Boundaries by Sienna Stapleton - With the hopes of expanding her sexual horizons, Beth books a weekend at a sexual therapy retreat. Once there, she quickly learns that the weekend will be much more than she bargained for.

The Billionaires' Club: Deceiving Him by Terry Towers - Going under cover, Lexie finds herself in a world like none other. After she meets the sexy billionaire Vince and is introduced to unimaginable pleasures, can she still go through with her expose?

Club Soria by Emilia Kincade - Maya's life is falling apart. She runs away to Thailand to find some peace. When she is invited to Club Soria, she doesn't know what to expect. Her 'awakening' catches her entirely by surprise!

The Sybian Club by Selena Kitt - Tasha convinces husband, Max, to buy a Sybian, starting a club to pay for it. Friend Ashley helps but Tasha doesn't know how to tell Max she wants to add more to their sex life than just a new toy.

His Desire, her Surrender by Malia Mallory - When Marcus tracks Tabitha down to resume the sizzling affair they began in the islands, can Tabitha prove that she has what it takes to be both his partner and his submissive?

Escape by PJ Adams - Just who is the masked stranger at Club Extraordinaire and what is it that draws Julie so powerfully? Is it the way he's so confident and masterful? Or is it that he reminds her so strongly of her ex?

Pavlov by Arden Aoide - Tyrone Parker had obstinacy down to an art and was the reigning champion of Having the Last Word. He had his own definition of Domination that had women running away fast. Until the one that stayed.

Control: Masters of the Sanctuary by Elsa Day - When Amy sneaks into the sanctuary, she has no idea what she's in for. She runs into trouble, and Master J is the only one who can help her. But his health comes with a price: her total submission.

At the Billionaire's Command by Juliette Jaye - Recent small town transplant to New York City Sophie never expects to hook up with the billionaire boss of her company. But the even bigger surprise is when she finds herself falling in love with him.

Rough Edges by Adriana Hunter - I didn't expect to wake up, unable to move. When he told me that I was a player in his wicked game I knew I had made a mistake. I didn't ask for this. I didn't want it. At least not in the beginning.

Club Red by Sophie Sawyer - When curvy beauty Tori visits Club Red for no-strings fun, the last thing she expects is to find everything she ever wanted!

Precious Pet by Candy Quinn - What started as a way to make some extra money ended with a demi-god opening college student Rachael's mind to the bliss and freedom of submission
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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Bad Boy Christmas Box Set By Cheyenne McCray - Review


“Bad Boy Christmas” includes four sexy holiday short stories:
 Stranger in My Stocking, Fireman Beneath the Mistletoe, SEAL Giftwrapped With a Bow, and Visitor Under my Holiday Tree. 



"Stranger in My Stocking" 

Alyson Charmaine is stuck in a posh hotel when a blizzard hits New York City. When she spots a delicious specimen of a man, her mind goes into overdrive, thinking of all the things she’d like to do with him that would put her on Santa’s naughty list. Too bad he’s a stranger. 

Greg Ellington wishes he’d had the chance to meet the sexy blonde in the hotel’s lounge, but she disappeared before he gets the chance. But when he goes up to his hotel room, his wish comes true, all giftwrapped just for him. 

"Fireman Beneath the Mistletoe" 

Kate Reynolds is a fashion designer whose sexy designs have been selected for a holiday fashion show. The show is being held at an exclusive ladies’ club where erotic things are rumored to go on behind closed doors. 

Nick Hall is fresh off fighting a fire for the FDNY, but finds something waiting for him at his off hours side job at TLC. The sexy Kate Reynolds is hotter than anything he’s fought in a long time, hot enough to melt the snow outside, and sweet enough to kiss beneath the mistletoe. 

"SEAL Giftwrapped With a Bow" 

Janie Taylor has proven herself time after time to be of value to Brick’s team but the mountain of a man refuses to let her join in on a private op that takes them to the jungle of South America.

Navy SEAL Brick Sanders’s nephew has been kidnapped, and Brick intends to get the boy home in time for Christmas. It’s a personal op and he doesn’t want Janie getting hurt. If his team refuses to let him go this op alone, the least he can do is protect Janie. His nephew isn’t the only one he wants to get back to New York City before Christmas. 

"Visitor Under my Holiday Tree" 

Dayanara Acosta can’t believe she burned up her kitchen—while looking at men’s profiles on a dating site, no less. It’s a wonder the whole apartment complex didn’t burn down. So many treasures had been lost in the kitchen fire that it was heartbreaking. 

When Ramón Salvador’s brother told him about Daya, Ramón couldn’t believe she would be the one to heal his heartbreak over the woman he’d lost so long ago. 

Ramón agrees to deliver a special basket from the Angels of Mercy to Daya on Christmas Eve, and finds her to be everything his brother had promised and more. Daya can’t believe the way this visitor makes her feel—or how her body responds to him as he takes her beneath the Christmas tree. 




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Review:
I have enjoyed reading Cheyenne McCray's books for quite awhile now. They are always filled with fantastic story-lines, sexy Heroes, & such great book goodness that she is an auto buy for me! 

And now she is giving us all the best Christmas present eva....an entire boxed set filled with alpha hotness....the Bad Boy Christmas boxed set!

This boxed set was jammed packed with all the sexy guys you could want...wrapped up in bows and waiting under the tree for just for us to read about! Each story had me flying through it, unable to put them down.

This set is a must read, I recommend you go and buy this set and treat yourself to a special holiday gift!


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Author Note: 
"Stranger in My Stocking" is a short story originally published by Ellora’s Cave. 
"Fireman Beneath the Mistletoe" is a short story originally published in “The Bordella” anthology under the title "Shameless". 
"SEAL Giftwrapped With a Bow" is a short story originally published in the “Mammoth Book of Special Ops Romances” and was titled "Dark Force". 
"Visitor Under my Holiday Tree" is a very short story written by Cheyenne McCray with Annie Windsor, and has not been previously published. 



About Cheyenne:


Her books have received multiple awards and nominations, including
*“RT Book Reviews” magazine’s Reviewer’s Choice awards for Best Erotic Romance of the year and Best Paranormal Action Adventure of the year
*Three “RT Book Reviews” nominations, including Best Erotic Romance, Best Romantic Suspense, and Best Paranormal Action Adventure.
*Golden Quill award for Best Erotic Romance
*The Road to Romance’s Reviewer’s Choice Award
*Gold Star Award from Just Erotic Romance Reviews
*CAPA award from The Romance Studio

Cheyenne grew up on a ranch in southeastern Arizona. She has been writing ever since she can remember, back to her kindergarten days when she penned her first poem. She always knew one day she would write novels, hoping her readers would get lost in the worlds she created, just as she experienced when she read some of her favorite books.

Chey has three sons, two dogs, and is an Arizona native who loves the desert, the sunshine, and the beautiful sunsets.





Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Forced Disappearence by Dana Marton - Review & excerpt

FORCED DISAPPEARANCE by Dana Marton
November 19th, 2014



When wealthy American businessman Glenn Danning goes missing in Venezuela, investigator Miranda Soto volunteers to track him down. It’s her first assignment for the Civilian Personnel Recovery Unit, but this mission is about more than salvaging the remnants of her shattered military career. Glenn was Miranda’s best friend and first lover, and she’ll do anything to save him from danger…especially since she just lost everything that mattered to her.

Glenn barely survived being kidnapped and tortured as a suspected spy, but the shock of seeing Miranda again gives him a new lease on life. Their still-simmering attraction grows hotter as the couple races through the treacherous jungle. Determined to reach safe ground, they must stay alive long enough to stop the terrifying enemy who still hunts Glenn. And even if they survive, Miranda’s dark past could jeopardize their future together…



Review:
Forced Disappearance in the first book in a new series from one of my favorite authors, Dana Marton. I have enjoyed everything I have ever read of Dana's, and Forced Disappearance was no exception.

This was a fast-paced, edge of your seat fantastic read with a few unexpected twists! What I especially liked, was that in this book it was the female lead who "took charge" of the situation (no, the male lead was not a wimp-lol). This is something that isn't seen too often in a really good book.

Glenn & Miranda have a past together, that's why Miranda takes on his disappearance as her first case as an investigator. I absolutely loved the interaction between this couple, there was an unresolved past, heated sexual tension, moves for dominance, and even a bit of humor thrown in the mix - I mean, who wouldn't get a cramp and turned on at the same time while stowing away in the baggage compartment of a bus!






Excerpt:

THE NEW GLENN WAS DEFINITELY NOT LIKE THE OLD GLENN, MIRANDA
thought as she woke in his arms at dawn, pressed against his wide
chest, soaking up the heat of his hard body.
He’d been a nerdy engineering student. Okay, they’d both been
pretty socially awkward. She’d had braces. He’d had thick, hornedrimmed
glasses. They met in Engineering Principles 101, bonded
over receiving the two highest grades at midterms.
They’d become study buddies first, then lovers after a few
months and a lot of awkward kisses and groping sessions in dark
corners. It had been the first time for the both of them.
“Good morning.” His rusty voice in her ear interrupted her trip
down memory lane.
As soon as he pulled away from her and rolled onto his back,
she missed his heat. Ridiculous. She didn’t need him. She briskly
shoved herself away from the platform. “Fire?”
He sat up and stretched. “We should dry off.”
The makeshift roof had kept most of the night rain off them,
but their clothes were damp.
She dragged out the dry wood they’d stored under the platform,
then grabbed a couple of cigarettes for tinder and started a
fire while Glenn got up and took off his shirt.
He shook off the leaves that had stuck to it, and a couple of
inch-long ants. She brushed off her own shirt, grateful to see that
the ants had left her alone. She blew on the fledgling fire, then
looked up at him.
He was stretching with his back to her, his arms above his head
as he bent at the waist to the right first, then to the left.
Holy mother. The new and improved Glenn had a body that
could have been in one of those firemen pinup calendars. Impressive
cords of muscles flexed under his skin.
“What do you do?” she blurted.
He turned, cocking an eyebrow. “I manage the family company.”
“No, I meant . . .” His sculpted chest distracted her, the faint
smattering of hair that started below his bellybutton and led into
the pants that were a size too large for him, held up only by what
looked like a bamboo rope belt. The waistband sat below his hips
and revealed enough for her to know he wasn’t wearing underwear.
She snapped her gaze back to his. “You look different. Do you
do sports?” Back in the day they used to make fun of the hotshot
football players. If he told her he’d turned into a jock since, she
might just faint into the fire.
He shrugged. “I swim. The pool is a good place to think. I don’t
have to pay much attention, just stay in my lane and keep going.”
“You didn’t used to be sporty.”
“The better health, the fewer sick days, the less time away from
the company.”
Of course. All very logical, very much like him. Nothing geeky
about his swimmer’s body, though—flat abs, great pecs, wide
shoulders.
He stepped forward. “Are you okay? We should find some food.”
Her expression was probably off, but not from hunger.
She looked away from him, tossing another handful of
branches on the fire, and the flames grew. He came closer to hold
his shirt up to the heat. She shifted forward so her clothes would
dry too. She definitely wasn’t stripping.
The sky was still dim, but the fire provided enough light to illuminate
more than the impressive outline of his body. She could do
little but stare at the puckered scars that marred his skin, the rows
of burn marks along his collarbones.
She swallowed, anger rising swiftly. “How badly did they hurt
you?” He shook out his shirt one more time, then shrugged into it, sat
across the fire from her. His mouth tightened as he looked toward
his feet. “No permanent damage.”
“What about the burns? I’m sure they still hurt.”
His expression darkened. “Sometimes the commander smoked
cigars. He liked using me for an ashtray.”
Her stomach clenched. He was half a head taller and nearly twice
as wide in the shoulders, yet she felt her protective instincts take over.
She’d been a soldier, her job to keep America and Americans safe. She
doubted that instinct would ever go away. She wanted to . . . What? Hug
him? Maybe.
She wished she could have come sooner. Her heart twisted at the
thought of what he’d been through in the past few weeks.
She drew a deep breath. Regrets were a waste of time. She was
here now. She was going to do whatever it took to get them back to
the US safely. She popped to her feet with a new burst of energy. “We
should get going.”
“Right.” He brightened at the prospect of leaving the forest
behind. “Let’s do this before the soldiers get all caffeinated.”
She groaned. “Don’t bring up coffee.”
“Remember the wickedly strong espresso in the main hall at MIT?”
She threw a stick at him. “Sadist.” Then she kicked dirt on the
fire while he packed up, laughing at her.
As they moved out, a monkey screeched in the trees above
them, so close it startled her.
Glenn looked up. “Winky?”
“Who?” She followed his gaze.
“My old buddy. We were POWs together. He followed me
when I escaped.” Glenn grinned. “He goes off, then comes back. I
have no idea how he finds me.”
“He probably thinks you’re part of his tribe.” She shook her
head. “He came with you from Guri?”
“He was caged in the courtyard, target practice for the soldiers.
I couldn’t leave him.”
Okay, that was the Glenn she knew, the one with the big heart.
She felt herself softening, so she picked up her pace.
They walked a full hour, Winky following them, jumping from
tree to tree, before they reached the end of the woods. Only a dirt
road separated them from the nearest houses, little more than
hovels, on the edge of the city. Not a difficult distance, but two
guardsmen sat in a military SUV a few hundred feet to their right.
Roberto had the city on lockdown.
Miranda gestured toward the men with her head. Glenn nodded,
and they silently retreated a hundred feet.
“We’ll go around them, then try again in a little while,” she said.
The authorities couldn’t have enough people to circle the entire city,
could they?
He followed when she moved on.
They didn’t talk much. Better not to be overheard if there were
soldiers in the woods. And the going required their full attention.
They had to watch where they stepped, what they grabbed.
Since they were moving as quietly as possible, they heard the
people up ahead before the people could have heard them. Miranda
raised her right hand, her fist in line with her ear.
Though he’d never been in the military, Glenn seemed to get
the signal because he immediately stopped.
She turned back and mouthed, “Soldiers.”
Even as he nodded, they heard laughter and a woman’s voice,
too faint to make out what she was saying.
They crept forward slowly, carefully, crouching in the cover of
a thick stand of bushes once they reached the path. Twenty or so
tourists were walking through the woods, escorted by two guardsmen.
The tourists wore backpacks, looking prepared for a full day
of hiking.
“Are you going up in the plane to see Angel Falls tomorrow?” a
tall, aristocratic-looking woman asked in a British accent.
Her partner, a pudgy, red-headed fellow, shook his head. “I
think I’ll stay back at lodgings to download the photos and sort
through them a bit.” He was snapping pictures even as he spoke.
“Do you think the guards are necessary?” the woman asked.
The man shrugged as he moved on. “They’re worried about
the two fugitives the tour guide told us about this morning. Better
safe than sorry.”
The guards trailed behind them, bringing up the rear.
Miranda flashed Glenn a questioning look. If there were
guardsmen with the tourists, then they had to be all over the city.
How many National Guards had Roberto called into Santa Elena?
Her stomach growled. Glenn had to be hungry too. She
looked after the small group as they disappeared from sight on
the winding path. The nearest food was in those backpacks. And
maybe a phone too. If she could call Elaine at the office, they
might yet be saved. The general could enter some kind of diplomatic
negotiations if he had proof that two US citizens were here
under duress.
She nodded after the tour group and whispered, “Breakfast
and phone.”
Glenn’s lips stretched into a grin.
God, that grin could do things to her. She swallowed. Could.
As in the past. Definitely not now.
They followed the group at a distance. The monkey screeched
now and then, but the sound wasn’t out of place, blending in with
birdcalls. Nobody turned back to investigate.
The tourists fawned over every new plant, snapped photos of
every leaf and bug. Miranda kept close to them, but out of sight.
At some point, the group would have to stop to eat and relieve
themselves, if nothing else. Sooner or later, those backpacks would
come off and be set on the ground. And a clever hand reaching out
from the bushes might come up with something useful then. She
just had to wait.
So they did, for two full hours, before the boisterous group
stopped at last in the middle of a clearing. Backpacks did drop to
the ground, but nowhere near where one could be raided.
The tour guide stood on a stump to gain everyone’s attention.
“We have the third-highest woody bamboo diversity in Latin
America.” He spoke in English with a soft accent, beaming with
pride. “About ten genera and sixty species. Among our states, the
southern states have the greatest diversity of woody bamboo.”
One of the tourists raised a hand as if in school. “Could you
tell us more about the different species?” he asked in a heavy German
accent.
“Certainly.” The man on the stump smiled even wider. “Most
of the bamboo are Myriocladus or Chusquea. The rest are from
the genera Rhipidocladum, Atractantha, Guadua, Arthrostylidium,
Neurolepis, Elytrostachys, Merostachys‚ and Aulonemia.” His chest
puffed out. “We have more Guadua diversity than any other country
except Brazil.”
An excited twitter ran through the group. Miranda flashed
Glenn an unimpressed look. Apparently, they’d run into botanists
on holiday.
“Does bamboo play a major role in the economy?” a young
woman wanted to know, her lilting accent decidedly French.
“Unfortunately, no. Not yet,” the guide answered. “Other than
the bamboo spoons and bowls and other souvenirs you see in the
gift shops, our bamboo resources are underutilized. But the government
is conducting studies on how we could better use bamboo
as a natural resource.”
He paused before he went on. “Of course, the indigenous people
and the peasants build houses from it. It’s also used for drying
racks for tobacco. But bamboo-based organic textiles are becoming
popular. And bamboo flooring is catching on. Unlike hardwood,
bamboo is an easily replenished resource.”
He went on about that for another twenty minutes before the
group moved on. His last words were, “I’ll point out species and
genera as we go.”
Oh, jeez, let’s get the party started, Miranda thought. But the
tourists looked positively titillated, while she and Glenn exchanged
snarky expressions. Back at MIT, there’d been a friendly rivalry
between the engineering and life sciences departments. They’d
enjoyed outdoing each other in the Nerd Olympics.
The tourists soon came into an enormous stand of bamboo.
They followed a man-made path, but off the beaten track, the stalks
grew too close to each other. In places, Miranda and Glenn could
barely squeeze through.
When forward movement became impossible, they waited
until the group progressed far enough ahead, then they fought
their way to the path and followed behind, out of sight.
Another two hours passed by the time the group stopped
again, on the other side of the endless stand of bamboo, where a
zip-line course waited for them in the trees. Miranda and Glenn
went around them, stayed in cover as the tourists dropped their
backpacks, climbed a rope ladder to a large platform twenty feet off
the ground, then to a second platform twenty feet above that, then
a third platform twenty feet higher yet.
While they lined up for their next thrilling experience, the two
guardsmen stayed on the ground.
“I distract the guards, you grab some food and a cell phone,”
Miranda whispered to Glenn.
“I’ll distract the guards.”
Seriously? He needed to exert his male dominance now? She
rolled her eyes and skirted the clearing, moving as close to the
bags as possible. Then she waited until she heard some stomping
and branches cracking across the clearing in the woods.
The guardsmen grabbed their rifles and ran toward the sound.
She waited until they disappeared into the bushes before she
sprinted forward. One second. In the first bag she found a large,
empty Ziploc bag with crumbs, probably the remains of somebody’s
breakfast.
Nobody was going to miss an empty bag. She grabbed it. Two
seconds. She looked for opened bags of food—pretzels, nuts, bitesize
nutrition bars, raisins—and grabbed a handful from each,
dumping her loot into the empty bag. At least half a minute ticked
by, but by the end she had at least two pounds’ worth of trail mix,
and in such a way that nobody would miss anything.
She was elbow deep into a fancy black backpack when a tourist—
the young Frenchwoman—climbed down the rope ladder and
nearly caught her.
Heart pumping, Miranda jumped behind the tree, the trunk at
least three feet wide, enough to hide her.
She peeked toward the bags. Oh, man. The flap on the fancy
black backpack lay open. She hadn’t closed it. She pulled back into
cover since the woman was heading straight toward the pile.
Would she notice?
Would she stay down here?
Miranda held her breath. If the woman stayed and the guardsmen
came back . . . They’d notice her. If not immediately, then
when the rest of the botanists returned to the ground and began
milling around. She could stay on the opposite side of the tree
from one person. It’d be impossible with twenty people spreading
out.
Shit.
Think!
Were the guardsmen authorized to shoot on sight, or had they
been ordered to bring the fugitives back? Either way, she suspected
the end result would be very similar.
The woman sat on the pile of backpacks and drank deeply from
her water bottle, even as Miranda could hear voices in the bushes
where the guardsmen had disappeared. The voices grew louder as
the seconds ticked on. The men were coming back.
She glanced toward the woods. If she ran now, the woman
would see her. She’d probably scream. The guardsmen would be
after Miranda the next second. Poised to flee, she pulled out her
weapon, hoping Glenn was smart enough to run in the opposite
direction and save himself once gunfire erupted.
But the Frenchwoman stashed away her drink at last and hurried
back to the ladder, climbing back up with agility.
The guardsmen were still shouting to each other in the bushes.
So the second the French tourist was on the first platform, Miranda
dashed back to the backpacks. She wanted a cell phone, desperately.
She closed the bag she’d left open earlier, then searched the
outer pockets. Nothing there, but she found a phone in the second
bag she checked. As she tugged it out, her sleeve caught on
the zipper of a pink hygiene kit. Would the owner notice if it
went missing? Possibly not until she got back to the hostel. Most
likely, she would think it had fallen out during her trek through
the jungle.
Miranda grabbed the kit and dashed back into the cover of the
woods, not a moment too soon. The guardsmen were returning, all
muddied up and swearing, talking about a stupid monkey.
She hurried back to Glenn, feeling a hundred percent better
about their chances.
They had food and they had a phone. They were as good as
saved.







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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Dana Marton has thrilled and entertained millions of readers around the globe with her fast-paced stories about strong women and honorable men who fight side by side for justice and survival.

Kirkus Reviews calls her writing “compelling and honest.”
RT Book Review Magazine said, “Marton knows what makes a hero…her characters are sure to become reader favorites.” Her writing has been acclaimed by critics, called, “gripping,” “intense and chilling,” “full of action,” “a thrilling adventure,” and wholeheartedly recommended to readers. 

Dana is the winner of the Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence, the Readers’ Choice Award, and Best Intrigue, among other awards. Her book, TALL, DARK, AND LETHAL was nominated for the prestigious Rita Award. DEATHSCAPE reached the #1 spot on Amazon’s Romantic Suspense Bestseller list.

Dana has a Master’s degree in Writing Popular Fiction, and is continuously studying the art and craft of writing, attending several workshops, seminars and conferences each year. Her number one goal is to bring the best books she possibly can to her readers.
Keeping in touch with readers is Dana’s favorite part of being an author. Please connect with her via her web site (www.danamarton.com) or her Facebook page (www.facebook.com/danamarton).

Having lived around the world, Dana currently creates her compelling stories in a small and lovely little town in Pennsylvania. The fictional town of her bestselling Broslin Creek series is based on her real life home where she fights her addictions to reading, garage sales, coffee and chocolate. If you know a good twelve-step program to help her with any of that, she’d be interested in hearing about it! 

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Rockin' Romance Box Set - Review


7 Tales of Sinful Musicians & the Women who Tame their Hearts.







Seven sexy rocker romance novels by your favorite authors, all in one box set for a limited time only. 




Blind Attraction by Eden Summers - He can seduce with a single glance. She’s been sheltered from the world. Attraction will bring them together, but their pasts will try to tear them apart. 

Back-Up by A.M. Madden - Back-Up is a true love story, rock star style. The Back-Up Series (Back-Up, Front & Center, and Encore). Book 4, Backstage, will be available Nov. 2014. 

Sizzle by Lexi Buchanan - He has muscle. He has tattoos. He has piercings. He has a mouth that makes her panties wet every time he opens it. He is supposed to be getting married. He is also her boyfriend’s brother... 

Drowning by Rachel Firasek - "I dare you." Those words would change adrenaline junkie, Alice Harrison's life forever. She's a party girl that doesn't believe in love until she meets a man that only writes about it. 

Wicked Innocence by Missy Johnson - He's a twenty-five years old rock god who thinks I'm twenty-one. I'm only seventeen... 

Lifeless by J.M. La Rocca - Scarlett is heartbroken and unemployed. But things take a turn for the better when she gets a job in entertainment and comes face-to-face with sexy star Kade Evans. Can she resist the sexy bad boy? 

In A Heartbeat by Hilary Storm - One minute your heart is filled with love, the next your life comes crashing down. Everything can change in a heartbeat. Can Eaven and Talon overcome the obstacles and find love? 


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* As I am writing this post, the cost for this entire boxed set is only $.99!!!!!!!!


Review:

OMG! I would pay so much more for these unbelievably fantastic stories than what they are asking!!!!!

First let me just say, this set included 2 of my favorite books from the past year or so.
Blind Attraction by Eden Summers-this is the first book in the Reckless Beat series. I have read & reveiwed each & every one of them so far and I cannot get enough. You can find my original review here. It also contains Drowning by Rachel Firasek-this is the first book in the Tears of Sin series and I cannot wait for more. You can read my original review here.

Back Up was a wonderfully sexy read. Jack & Leila just jumped off the pages for me. When a book reads like a movie in my head, I know it's a good one! There is a cliffhanger at the end of this one so I know I will be picking up books 2 & 3 very soon.

I enjoyed reading Sizzle very much. This one was a bit different than the others, but in a good way. It had a bit of a mystery to figure out. The sexual tension between Thalia & Jack was off the charts..loved this!

I wasn't quite sure, just by reading the blurb, that I would like Wicked Innocence. Nope I loved it! Saxon & Micah have so much going on in their pasts that I really wondered if they would actually work it out.

Lifeless was off the charts hot and not what I expected when reading about Kade & Scarlett. Boy, does Kade have some really scary secrets. There is a 2nd book to this series and yes, I will be reading it soon. We are left with a cliffhanger.

In A Heartbeat is also a book #1 in the Rebel Walking series. This one has such a twist in it you wont believe what you are reading! More books to add to my TBR pile...I am going to be catching up for quite awhile.

Overall, you cannot go wrong with this freakin' fantastic set of books from some famously fabulous authors! I highly recommend this boxed set!





Monday, November 17, 2014

Pushing The Limit (Alpha Ops #3) by Emmy Curtis - Review

Pushing The Limit
(Alpha Ops #3) 
by Emmy Curtis


About PUSHING THE LIMIT:

  After their one-night fling at a wedding, archaeologist Henrietta "Harry" Markowitz thought she'd never see war hero Matt Stanning again. So when they're paired up to investigate a military plane crash in Iraq, she's not sure if the three-month reunion is serendipitous or cursed. 
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What she does know is this gorgeous man lights her body on fire-and incredible sex is always a welcome distraction.

  Air Force Sergeant Matt Stanning has been called a hero, but he feels nothing like one when he realizes the sexy blonde in his bed is the widow of his fallen brother-in-arms. Even worse, he actually has to work with her, and she's unearthed evidence that points to a military conspiracy. If they dig deeper, they'll put their lives in danger. If they don't, they'll never know the truth-not only about the mysterious plane crash, but about each other.

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Review:

Another outstanding book in the Alpha Ops series! Pushing The Limit is a fast-paced, edge of your seat, sexy read! I wanted to finish this book in one sitting, but alas, life got in the way.....

Emmy Curtis' military men are my favorite book boyfriends for sure! Pushing The Limit has lots of action both in and out of the bedroom. 

Harry never thought she would ever see Matt again after their fling at a friends wedding. Imagine the surprise she got when he was assigned to help her & her team with an archaeological dig that showed signs that a military plane had gone down. While investigating, people are shooting at them, a colleague is murdered, and there are other strange digs in the same area.

All this leads to an incredibly emotional end of the book! I loved this book!!!!!



You can check out my reviews of the other Alpha Ops books Here



About Emmy Curtis:

Emmy Curtis is an editor and a romance writer. An ex-pat Brit, she quells her homesickness with Cadbury Flakes and Fray Bentos pies. She's lived in London, Paris and New York, and has settled for the time being, in North Carolina. When not writing, Emmy loves to travel with her military husband and take long walks with their Lab. All things considered, her life is chock full of hoot, just a little bit of nanny. And if you get that reference...well, she already considers you kin.

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