#280CharacterReviews—March 2018

March 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

  #280CharacterReviews—March 2018   Liberated by Mel Teshco Eloise is a strong female character who perfectly suits the complexity of brothers Julian and Saxon. Their #MFM love triangle is a natural and anticipation filled affair, testament to @melteshco’s experience writing erotic [...]

REVIEWS: Secret Confessions: Down & Dusty

January 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

    Secret Confessions: Down & Dusty They say that no one has secrets in a small town—these women prove them wrong. Eight brand-new stories from some of Australia’s hottest writers in Australia’s hottest genre. From the bar stools of the local pub to the wide open plains [...]

REVIEW: Alyssa J Montgomery’s ‘The Defiant Princess’

July 23, 2015 // 1 Comment

The Defiant Princess Alyssa J Montgomery When faced with the choice between the life she’s built and the duty she’s left behind—what’s a reluctant princess to do? Sabrina has never known Rhajia, the land of her birth. Living in Australia since she was a child, she’s built a life here, [...]

REVIEW: Naked: A Novel of Lady Godiva

July 14, 2015 // 1 Comment

Naked: A Novel of Lady Godiva Eliza Redgold We know her name. We know of her naked ride. We don’t know her true story. We all know the legend of Lady Godiva, who famously rode naked through the streets of Coventry, covered only by her long, flowing hair. So the story goes, she begged her [...]

REVIEW: Amy Andrews ‘Limbo’

July 8, 2015 // 1 Comment

  Limbo Amy Andrews Six Feet Under meets Stephanie Plum in Amy Andrews’ fresh, funny, sexy urban-family noir about a country singer who almost made it, a private investigator who’s seen too much and a mother who will cross all barriers to save her child. When ex hillbilly-punk rocker [...]

REVIEW: Lisa Heidke’s ‘The Callahan Split’

July 7, 2015 // 1 Comment

  The Callahan Split Lisa Heidke No one knows you better than your sister. In tennis, as in life, nothing ever goes truly to plan. Samantha and Annie Callahan are successful doubles champions — the toast of the Olympics, Wimbledon, and Flushing Meadow. But their winning partnership spirals [...]

REVIEW: Jason Luke’s ‘The Word Master’

February 12, 2015 // 1 Comment

    The Word Master Jason Luke ** POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT ** From the opening line, Luke sets the scene for what promises to be a powerfully written story. Immediately, strong characterisation is achieved and certainly you feel the strength of the male point of view and in that, the [...]