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Tag Archives: Recommended Reads
Want to curl up with a good book? Here’s what I read and thoroughly enjoyed in January: What do you do when you’ve dedicated your military career and your life to fighting the enemy, and now a truce and alliance … Continue reading
I could have said, looking for good BDSM books and one that is not BDSM? With one exception, all the books I read in October and am recommending for November are BDSM romances/erotica. I didn’t plan it that way. I’m … Continue reading
August was a month of amazing reads–which I’m now recommending to you for September. When books are really good, I read faster, and I read more books. I have to say, I was a tad surprised when I received my … Continue reading
Judging from how many books I read in June, you’d think I did nothing but read! But I also wrote quite a bit, averaging about 1,500 words per day on Warrior, book 3 of the Breeder sci-fi romance trilogy. But, … Continue reading
There’s an A to Z blog challenge going on and though they’re not up to M yet, I will say while M stands for May, it does not stand for mediocrity. The books I read last month either ended up … Continue reading
Recommended Reads is a monthly series, in which I highlight books I read in the previous month that I particularly enjoyed. For this installment, I am focusing on two: Twice Begun by Reina Lisa Mensashe. Women’s fiction. A social worker’s … Continue reading
Last month I felt so good after a run of five star reads, I decided to try something different. From now on (or until I decide otherwise), in my monthly recommended reads blog, I am only going to present the … Continue reading
Looking for a good read? Here are some recommendations, books I read and enjoyed. Clicking on the titles will take you to the link on Amazon. I wrote longer reviews for most. Taken in Hand (DD, BDSM nonfiction) by Jolynn Raymond … Continue reading