Ellie’s Month in Review: December 2014

I just can’t wrap my head around it being 2015! December like the rest of the months has flown by and this is a bitter sweet month in review since it will be my last one. I loved my time here at the blog and I got to read and review so many amazing books that I would have never read. I hope everyone has a great 2015 and reads some amazing books. Without further ado here are my reviews… Read more »


Review: Razed by Shiloh Walker

Review: Razed by Shiloh Walker

What a great freakin book! I have been waiting for what feels like forever to get the sequel to Wrecked and it did not disappoint (it was better than I expected). Keelie Jessup made a huge mistake by Kissing her best friend and business partner, Zach,  but it showed her that they have zero chemistry. Zane Barnes, Zach’s brother, on the other hand makes Keelie’s hormones stand up and sing and he sweeps her off her feet at Zach’s wedding…. Read more »


Review: The Masseuse by Sierra Kincade

Review: The Masseuse by Sierra Kincade

Anna Rossi has spent the last few years of her life keeping everyone at arms length and moving anytime anyone got too close. When she takes on a new, very rich and very powerful massage client Marcus Stein, Anna is shocked by the things she sees at his house. What shocks Anna  the most is her crazy chemistry with Marcus’s right hand man Alec Flynn. Alec stires up feelings in Anna she’s never felt before and she soon finds herself… Read more »


Review: Wolf’s Fall by J.D. Tyler

Review: Wolf’s Fall by J.D. Tyler

I always struggle with the Alpha Pack series and each book is a toss up to see if I will like it. Unfortunately Wolf’s Fall wasn’t my favorite of the series and I really struggled to get through it. I was very excited to get Nick’s book, especially after his capture and torture in the previous one. I really like Nick but he was so hot and cold with Calla that he drove me crazy. I understood that he wasn’t… Read more »


Review: Gunpowder Alchemy by Jeannie Lin

Review: Gunpowder Alchemy by Jeannie Lin

Jin Soling has spent the last eight years trying to support her family after her father’s death at the hands of the Emperor. Jin has done everything she can to keep her younger brother out of the mining caves and her mother’s opium habit supplied but she must now sell the last thing she has left from her father and her old life. What was supposed to be a short trip to the market has Jin on an epic adventure… Read more »


Review: No Denying You by Sydney Landon

Review: No Denying You by Sydney Landon

Emma Davis loves her job at Danvers International except for having to be the assistant to Brant Stone the most uptight man she’s ever met. Emma wants nothing more than to get transferred to a new department and hopefully find the man of her dreams like so many of her fellow co-workers have. When Emma finds herself in desperate need of a date to her ten year high school reunion she uses the wonderful blackmail she finds on Brant to… Read more »


Review: The Good Chase by Hanna Martine

Review: The Good Chase by Hanna Martine

J.P. Byrne knows what it means to have nothing and he has worked his butt off to get to the top of the banking industry in New York City. The one thing that keeps him grounded and makes him still feel alive is playing rugby at highland games across the northeast. At one game he meets sexy whisky bar owner Shea Montgomery who repeatedly turns him down for dates for almost a year before finally giving in to the amazing… Read more »


Review: Holiday on Ice by Jaci Burton

Review: Holiday on Ice by Jaci Burton

The Play by Play series was once a must read for me but the last few books haven’t done it for me but before giving up I really wanted to see what happened between Trick and Stella who we met in Melting the Ice book #7. I liked that these both Trick and Stella didn’t seem interested in a relationship so I was excited to see how they would go from friends with benefits to a full blown relationship especially… Read more »


Review: Full Throttle by Julie Ann Walker

Review: Full Throttle by Julie Ann Walker

Abby Thompson just wants to live her life studying and lecturing on botany but being the President of the United States’ youngest daughter doesn’t allow that to happen. Abby knows there is always a threat of danger, especially when she leaves the country, so when heading to Asia her father hires the best to guard her. Abby never expected to see Carlos “Steady” Soto, her late best friend’s twin and the only man she has ever loved heading up her… Read more »


Review: Unwrapped by Maisey Yates

Review: Unwrapped by Maisey Yates

I swore that I was done with the Silver Creek series but I had to read what happened to sweet virginal school teacher Sarah Larsen. I really liked Sarah in previous books and I was excited to see her break out of her shell and find love. Walker Callahan is the total opposite of who I expected Sarah to end up with but they were very cute together. Walker and his very cute daughter really made the book and had… Read more »