February offered an exceptional month of reading! Am I a good picker or what? Seriously, the books I have to recommend for March that I read in February are stellar! I loved every single one of them. They all rate 5 stars in my opinion.
The Proposition (The Plus One Chronicles) (contemporary romance) by Jennifer Lyon – A dessert baker who cannot remember the attack that left her disabled hooks up with billionaire fighter on a quest for vengeance. No strings, but they agree to be each other’s “plus one.” The book ends on a cliffhanger because the story continues in the other two books. LOVED book one. Totally awesome writing.
Mail Order Switch (historical spanking romance) by Patty Devlin – A runaway agrees to swap places with a mail order bride who has gotten cold feet. Too bad the runaway doesn’t know her potential groom is a spanker. Well written.
Ladies and Gentlemen by Ava Stone (Regency Romance) – Classic Regency tales of the marriage-minded and marriage-averse.
Grave Intentions (Urban Fantasy) by Lori Sjoberg He’s a reaper condemned for an indeterminate amount of time to harvest the souls of those who have been murdered or killed in accidents. The horrifying circumstances force him to shut off his emotions–until his next door neighbor gets inside his heart. This book made me sob.
Programmed to Please (sci-fi romance) by Jenna Ives – a human woman goes undercover as a sex robot to bring down a notorious arms dealer. Yowsa! Clever and sexy. I don’t normally re-read books, but this would be a read-again.
Aching to Submit (BDSM romance) by Natasha Knight – A young wife aches to explore her submissive side but fears telling her husband. Loved the wife’s angst. So well done. One of the best BDSM romances I’ve read.
Adrenaline Rush (The Capes) (sci-fi romance) by Rebecca Royce – When superhero hero Ace sees his celebrity crush about to get toasted by her toaster on national TV he swoops in to say the day. Don’t let the comic book theme throw you, this book is good. It’s second in the series, although it can be read as a stand-alone.
Seductive Powers (The Capes) (sci-fi romance) by Rebecca Royce – The first in the series, this one is actually my favorite. Can superhero Guardian Draco Powers save his assistant from the evil forces who would target her to get to him? So quirky. So fun. So wonderful. A humorous light read.
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