Liz’s Review~A Cowboy for Christmas~by Celia Aaron


“He looked like a cowboy on the cover of a romance novel.”


A Cowboy for Christmas is a delicious Christmas read full of passion and sweet sexy goodness! Molly Gale has returned home to run her dad’s ranch. After his passing, she has abandoned her college education to herd cattle and cowgirl it up. Her neighbor Ingram Brady is not at all happy to have a spunky and spirited young woman living next door. Ingram, a close friend of her father, has nothing but disdain for Molly. But when a snowstorm hits on Christmas Eve, Ingram and Molly are brought together and disdain turns to temptation and passion swiftly ensues. As someone tries to cause mayhem on Molly’s ranch, Ingram stands by her side to save the ranch and claim her as his own.


“We’re forever, Molly. You and me.”

Told in dual POV, A Cowboy for Christmas is a perfect read to get you in the holiday mood. The characters are quite endearing and the connection between the two, albeit fast, is smoking hot! Although I am not a huge cowboy romance fan, I found myself completely enraptured by this ranch romance. The tempo of the read is fast as the plot unfolds at a brisk pace. I found Molly’s spunky personality to be a perfect match for Ingram’s broody alpha male persona.

Ms. Aaron never fails to impress me with her versatile storytelling. This quick Christmas Romance is a perfect way to usher in the holiday season. With passion, romance, and cowboy fun there is simply nothing better!

*ARC graciously provided via author in exchange for an honest review!






4.5★★★★ Stars

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Type: Book 2 of A Devil’s Highwaymen MC Series
POV: First Person – Multiple

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Dom is a member of the Devi’s Highwaymen; he has a secret that has haunted him all his life. The death of his lover left him broken, wounded and confuse. He finds Harlow; who he has history with and he now is ready to make better choices and work things out with her. What he didn’t expect was that Harlow has finally gotten over him and her broken heart.

“I’d live the lie because it was easier than living the truth. And Harlow would be my unwilling accomplice.”

Harlow left everything; her life of money to be with Dom. When Dom abandons her she has nothing; she refused to go back to her rich family and make fun of. Instead; she gets lost in herself and makes poor choices until she is met with Dom once again. This time she is ready to change her life for good and make something for herself.

“Casa was a mystery to me. But one that I wanted to peel back every layer of until I reached his core.  He was a mystery that I wanted to uncover in the best possible way.”

When Dom takes Harlow back under his protection he decided to keep her protected no matter what. The club was in the middle of war and Harlow had to have someone to watch over her while he was traveling with the guys.

Casa was no babysitter and he hated the position he was put in but he sure was a manwhore and when he saw Harlow he didn’t budge too much. I actually like Casa a lot. He was a manwhore but he didn’t deny it and he was upfront about it. When things started to get heated between him and Harlow he didn’t know what to think of it. He surely has never been in love and didn’t want to but something about the way he felt when he was around Harlow made him change too.

“Looking into Harlow’s gaze was like staring into the purest of souls. It was beautiful and harrowing all at the same time. And I thrived on seeing that kind of pain.”

Ride or Die #2 is told in multiple POV, this MC Romance has it all, action, broken relationships, feels, and there were a lot of funny parts I enjoyed as well. The story of Dom, Harlow and Casa is one you don’t want to miss. I found myself loving all the characters in this book. This book was so hard to put down; once I started I was unable to stop until I finished it. The end was my utmost favorite; I absolutely loved the way the author wrapped this book up and made you want more of this bikers.

Overall; I freaking loved this book!! It was hot, the chemistry was on point and I like this heroine so much better not perfect she still annoyed me a little but she was stronger in my eyes. This book will be appealing to any reader who enjoy MC stories and to anyone who enjoys a good MM action; this will be even better. I honestly think even though it is beneficial to read Ride or Die #1 first, it is not required and you can most certainly read and enjoy Ride or Die #2 as a stand-alone.


This was a F(BR) with my girl Liz!

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Ride or Die #1 A Devil's Highwaymen MC Novel by Cee Cee Riley Ride or Die #2 by Cee Cee Riley



Liz’s Reivew~The Outliers~by T.M. Frazier


“You have me. Don’t you know by now that I’d do anything for you?”


The Outliers is the second book in The Outskirts Duet. After book one ended with quite a shocking surprise, I was more than excited to jump right in. It is imperative that you read book one before diving into book two!


“You want religion? Then I’ll get on my knees and worship you for the rest of my life.”

Sawyer has finally found a safe place to call home. With new friends and a blossoming relationship with Finn, everything seems to be falling into place. Sawyer is still so naive and yet, she is determined to learn everything there is to know about the world. As the ghosts of her past continue to chase her down, Say discovers pieces of her past that shift her entire world. As passion and intimacy continue to bloom, Finn and Say cannot keep their hands off of each other. Finn is more determined than ever to keep Sawyer safe and hold on to her forever.


“I love you. Fiercely. Possessively. Crazily. Always.”

Told in dual POV, The Outliers offers a sweet and romantic conclusion for Finn and Sawyer. The dynamics between these two remain intense and charged with love and affection, I truly adored the journey they shared together. Certain elements of the plot were quite predictable and over the top and yet, T.M. stayed true to the characters and the relationships in which they shared. The ultimate draw to this read is the unwavering love Finn and Say share. I felt their connection, albeit fast, was sincere and quite beautiful. T.M. has always captivated me with her flawless writing style and flair for damaged characters.


Overall, The Outskirts Duet is a perfect read for someone looking for a tender romance and a story of healing. Ms. Frazier always delivers!

*This was a BR with my bestie SUEBEE


*ARC graciously provided in exchange for an honest review!


CC’s Review ~ Most of All You by Mia Sheridan


Title: Most of All You
Author: Mia Sheridan
Genre:  Contemporary Romance
Type:  Standalone
POV:  First person – dual

Published October 17, 2017




3.75 Stars

Ellie Cates learned at an early age that life can be cruel. Suffering from her loss, she never found solace or trust in anyone, especially men. As a result, Ellie hid her pain and formed a hard protective shell around her emotions.

“But no one could fix anyone else. We could only fix ourselves.”

Gabriel Dalton experienced the unthinkable as a child but because of his resolve and possibly sheer luck, he escaped captivity and was determined to reclaim his life. Despite his fears, Gabriel wouldn’t let his circumstance define him or change his outlook.

“I told myself that if I ever got out of there, I’d spend every morning watching the whole sunrise simply because I could.”

Years later, Gabriel still has one final hurdle to overcome and needed the help of another to move past his fear. Though his motive is honest, his flawed idea leads him to Ellie – or rather Crystal, a stripper who begrudgingly agrees to help him until her own insecurities and fears overrule. However, when an event occurs that forces Ellie to accept help from Gabriel, it sets in motion a process that Ellie doesn’t want to acknowledge and one that Gabriel so desperately craves.

“I know how to remove myself. I know how to do that. I want to stay present. That’s what I need you to help me with. Staying.”

Told in dual POV, this is a story that portrays two characters and how they used different coping mechanisms to process painful events. Gabriel is definitely a pillar of strength and was able to use all positive memories to reinforce his belief of making the most of what he has. Having kept her feelings inside for so long, Ellie needs to learn how process her loss and also develop self-confidence. While Gabriel is the impetus, she must stand on her own in order to become the partner he needs.

This plot certainly had the potential to really dissect emotions and past pain with a focus on healing. While I empathized with both characters, I expected a bit more intensity for Ellie and Gabriel as they negotiated their way together. My favorite element was the parallels of Gabriel’s sculpting with life’s struggles and resolution. 

Most of All You is very much a love story with a hero that has a heart of gold and a heroine that is stronger than she believes. The level of romance is high and the author’s prose brings beauty to these damaged characters. This book would appeal to readers looking for a tender and sweet story.




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The Outliers, the stunning conclusion to The Outskirts Duet by T.M. Frazier is available NOW!

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The Outliers by T.M. Frazier

Release Date: November 9th, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance


Sensual. Heartbreaking. Passionate. Overwhelming. Maddening.

That’s the love Finn and I share.

It’s the kind you can never recover from.

The kind you never WANT to recover from.

That’s why we’ll do everything and anything to protect it.

When my past chases me all the way to Outskirts, we have to make a choice.

Let the lies destroy our chance at future together or…bury them deep in the swamp where they belong.

Got a shovel?


My eyes went to her throat. I saw her pulse quicken beneath her smooth skin. She twisted her pouty pink lips. Her hesitation only lasted a second before she wrapped her arms around my neck and pulled me down closer so that the tips of our noses touched. Her lips feathered against mine. “Fuck me, Finn.”

“Yes,” I growled.

I may have been the one who told her to say those words but hearing them out of her mouth caused the raging inferno of lust within me to explode beyond control. I had a feeling I’d be hearing those words on repeat in my head for the rest of my life.

Fuck me, Finn.

I lifted her up onto the nearest table and pushed her onto her back. I tore her panties off in one tug and while I devoured her with my eyes, I somehow managed to concentrate enough to unbuckle my belt and push my jeans down over my ass, freeing my throbbing cock.

Sawyer moaned when I parted her legs, stepping between them. The sound was pure fucking heaven. Our tongues danced while we drank each other in. I savored the way her body felt against mine. Hard against soft. I dug my fingers into the flesh of her perfectly round ass before moving them to her pussy where I parted her warm wet folds and strummed her swollen clit because Sawyer was my instrument of choice and only I knew how to play her to perfection.

The look on Sawyer’s face when I inserted a finger inside of her was as if I’d just given her a drug. She was high on the pleasure. Her lids were heavy. Her pupils large and dark. I was dead set on making sure I wrung every bit of pleasure from her gorgeous body and I gave her exactly what she’d asked me for.

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I didn’t know darkness and evil lurked inside me until I had to murder in order to survive. Forced to become my own worst enemy. With so much blood on my hands, I was surprised I could still see my own skin.
I killed. 


I tortured. 

I loved… 

I played God while I was rotting in Hell. Thriving on control and power was the only way I knew how to live. There were no other options. 

If you weren’t my friend, you were my foe.



If you weren’t with me, you were against me.



Traitors, as I called them. There were no imaginary lines. I’d crossed them all. No boundaries. No second chances. No redemption.



Not for me.



For them.



For anyone.



Only for her…



She loved me. Always convinced I was a saint, never believing I was just another sinner.



A fucking monster.


Until it was too late. 



Except, I didn’t choose this life. 

It. Chose. Me.






I’m going to tell you a story.
It’s dark.
It’s brutal.
It’s fucking real.
In order to understand my present, who I am, and what I’ve
You need to understand my past.
Evil doesn’t always hide in the shadows, in the darkness.
Most of the time, it’s out in the open, in plain fucking sight. Possessing the
man you’d least expect. You see, I never imagined another life until I made one
for myself. By that time, I was too far-gone, engulfed in nothing but pitch
black darkness. Exactly the way it was meant to be.
No one could touch me.
No one fucked with me.
I. Was. Invincible.
Nothing more…
Nothing less.
When I dreamed of true love—of soul mates, my other half, of
her—the cruelty of my life would snap me back into my reality, making it just
that, a dream. One that could easily turn into a nightmare.
My worst fucking nightmare.
Every memory, the good, the bad, the in between. All the I
love yous, every last I fucking hate you, her heart and soul that I’d broken,
shattered and destroyed along the years belonged to me.
Her pleasure.
Her pain.
It was all a part of me, carved so fucking deep into my skin
where she would forever be engraved. My story is going to make you fucking hate
me as much as she does, but I want you to.
I’m not looking for redemption.
I’m not looking for your forgiveness.
I don’t deserve yours like I don’t deserve hers.
I’m far from the hero in this story.
I’m closer to the villain.
You will think of me as the villain.
Except, I’m far worse.
I’m the fucking monster.
And, I’m perfectly alright with that.


USA Today Bestselling
Author of El Santo, Ends Here, Keeping Her Wet, Road to Nowhere, El Diablo, The
Good Ol’ Boys Standalone Series, The VIP Trilogy, Tempting Bad, and Two Sides.
M. Robinson loves to
read. She favors anything that has angst, romance, triangles, cheating, love,
and of course sex! She has been reading since the Babysitters Club and R.L.
Stein. All time favorite books are The Bronze Horseman Trilogy by Paullina
She was born in New
Jersey but was raised in Tampa Fl. She is married to an amazing man who she
loves to pieces. They have two German shepherd mixes, a Wheaten Terrier and a
Tabby cat.
Snapchat: AuthorMRobinson





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Liz’s Review~Juniper Unraveling~ by Keri Lake


“We’re the perfect, twisted match, destined for pain like a sad tragedy.”


Juniper Unraveling is a simply stunning dystopian romance full of action and grit that will leave you completely breathless the entire read. I have long been a fan of Keri Lake’s work and she has truly delivered a blockbuster hit with a gripping plot, complex characters, and smoking hot romance all set in a dystopian society like none I have ever experienced before.


“I can’t breathe as he kisses me like he’s trying to suck the pain from my lungs and free me from this suffocating guilt.”

Set in a different time and place, Juniper Unraveling is told in two parts. As the horrors of this world are slowly revealed, a young girl befriends a mute boy. As young love fights to bloom through the cold hard world that they live in, the young lovers are torn apart. Death, destruction, and heartache coexist with a burning desire to go on, live, and find a brighter future. As the lines of right and wrong are blurred, love still remains.


“We don’t see the world. We only see our world.”

Told in first person POV, Juniper Unraveling offers an unforgettable love story set in a dark and twisted world. The plot is quite complex and a good majority of the read is focused on setting the backstory in order for the characters (and their relationships) to be revealed. The world in which this story is set is dark and the pain is raw and real and yet, I found a great deal of beauty and tenderness existed. The text flows naturally as the tempo of the read remains intense. The characters face insurmountable situations and yet, they find the strength to overcome any and all obstacles that are placed in their way. Although I would love to elaborate more on the plot of this read, I highly recommend going in blind. Every moment is critical to the story and the stakes are high for these characters to find their way.


Overall, I highly recommend Juniper Unraveling as your next read. Undoubtedly it is one of my favorite reads of 2017! Keri Lake is an extraordinary storyteller who creates characters I love and never want to let go of. Although this is a stand-alone, I can only hope that Ms. Lake will venture into this world again because I WANT MORE! Bravo Ms. Lake! Bravo!

*ARC graciously provided via author in exchange for an honest review!