There are always so many wonderful books to buy each week. All of us are looking to buy different ones so this is the ones that I would like to buy or will be buying. I will also be throwing some in that I've read in ARC form that I think you'd like.
This year we will be doing covers that match a theme we've picked for that month. Here's a link to see what we'll be doing this year. For October I'm doing #Paranormals I love this series. Can't wait for more books by her.
Relationships. Firefighter Rafe Donovan avoids them whenever possible. He loves dating women, but he makes sure they know upfront that he's in it for fun, great sex and nothing more. Fun. As an ER nurse and official caretaker of her disabled grandfather, Carmen Lewis doesn't have time for fun. But Rafe has been there for Carmen--and her grandfather--time and again, and he's clearly interested in her. She knows he's a player, but she's tempted by his charm and incredible body. And maybe a little fun isn't a bad thing, as long as she keeps her heart away from this fiery game she's enjoying with a very hot man. Love. It doesn't take Rafe long to realize that until now he's only been playing at romance. With Carmen, he feels searing passion and heart-tugging emotion for the first time. Now he has to convince Carmen that what they have together is the real deal. We are back with the Donovan's and I'm so happy. I really enjoy this family. I
Welcome back to #BookClubThursday! Free Day! So for today we are doing a free day and I thought what fun, another review of a Christmas story. I have to do as much Christma in July as I can since I have to now wait for true Christmas to happen. I'm like a little kid when it comes to the holidays! So I thought I'd review another Christmas story by a favorite author of mine, Jenifer Ashley. Dylan Morrissey forgoes the Shifters’ traditional Yule celebration, to his family’s dismay. Instead, he joins Ben at the haunted house in New Orleans, planning to meet with potential, if dangerous, allies in the Shifters’ constant struggle for freedom. But the sentient house has other ideas. Dylan wakes up—or rather doesn’t—unable to move or speak, and is taken on a journey to the past, present, and future. Ben, Zander, and Tiger are his guides, but is what they are showing him truth? This one is a true treat to read. I enjoyed it so much and the way the author wrote it was just perfect. It