Rekindle the Flame by Kate Meader

Received an ARC from Net Gallery for an honest review.

My first time meeting Kate Meader was at an online (Facebook) Book Release Party for Baby It’s Cold Outside. The second time was in person (fan girl) RWA in NYC, July 2015.

Flirting with Fire (Luke Almeida & Kinsey Taylor) Hot in Chicago #1
Feel the Heat (Lili DeLuca & Jack Kilroy) Hot in the Kitchen #1
All Fired Up (Cara DeLuca & Shane Doyle) Hot in the Kitchen #2
Hot & Bothered (Taddeo DeLuca & Jules Kilroy) Hot in the Kitchen #3
Playing with Fire ( Alexandra Dempsey & Eli Cooper) Hot in Chicago #2
Rekindle the Flame (Beck Rivera & Darcy Cochrane) Hot in Chicago #3

Kate’s Hot in Chicago series is extremely hot and should come with an extinguisher, or at least a mini fan. This series is about Firefighting Dempsey’s, a family of foster siblings who have committed their lives to the service just like their foster father who died in service as well as their oldest brother Logan. Every member of the Dempsey clan has issues; Beck is no different. As a difficult teenager, he fell head over heels for Chicago’s elites daughter Darcy. Knowing he was not good enough for her, he left her broken hearted with no reason as to why. You have to read to find out what happens when Darcy returns to Chicago.

Rekindle the flame

Anything for You by Kristan Higgins

Anything for You

Kristan Higgins is just one of my favorite go-to authors after reading something dark. For the most part, her writing can always make me smile.

Anything for You touches upon some deep issues; Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, children of alcoholics, adult children of alcoholics, poverty, bullying, sexual promiscuity, fidelity, divorce, second families, trust, and “normal” relationships.

Kristan did her homework on these issues to write this book perfectly.
Having done research on these issues in college, Kristan’s portrayal of all the characters in this story are correct. Which is important even if the book in fictional it is still believable. Although this book touches upon some deep issues, it is written in a way that doesn’t knock you over the head. There is pretty light stuff, fun moments, the banter between siblings, and an HEA.

Steele Brothers series by Jennifer Probst

Catch meCatch Me (Steele Brothers series, #1) – Re-releasing October 27th 

Rick Steele has avoided relationships since he caught his fiancée cheating, but when his friend refers him to the exclusive agency, FANTA-C to experience the night of his dreams, he’s not prepared for his emotional and physical reaction to his date. Tara shows him a raw passion and honesty he’s never encountered. For the first time, Rick wants more than one night, but he needs to catch her first…

Tara Denton escaped a brutal past and needs one night with a stranger to get beyond her sexual and emotional limitations. On the brink of recovering her strength and independence, she wants nothing to do with a relationship. But Rick Steele does more than rock her body…he rocks her heart. Tara has to make a choice, but is she ready to get caught

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Jennifer Probst –  Bio:
Jennifer Probst wrote her first book at twelve years old. She bound it in a folder, read it to her classmates, and hasn’t stopped writing since. She took a short hiatus to get married, get pregnant, buy a house, get pregnant again, pursue a master’s in English Literature, and rescue two shelter dogs. Now she is writing again.

She makes her home in Upstate New York with the whole crew. Her sons keep her active, stressed, joyous, and sad her house will never be truly clean.
She is the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of sexy and erotic contemporary romance. She was thrilled her book, The Marriage Bargain, was ranked #6 on Amazon’s Best Books for 2012. She loves hearing from readers. Visit her website for updates on new releases and her street team at

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Addicted to Sin By Monica James

Addicted to Sin

Received an ARC from Net Gallery for an honest review.

This book introduced me to the writings of Monica James. Have to say was impressed with this story, so much so, I read it in one day. Dr. Dixon Mathews is a Manwhore Psychiatrist, addicted to sin; his addiction is sex. As with all addictions, it starts with secrets, lies, and promises to the devil himself. Thinking that no one will get hurt, it all feels good, and after all isn’t that what we all want to obtain? However, in the web we weave, isn’t there always someone who gets hurt when the truth finally revealed? Can’t wait for her next book in the Addiction Series!

Walk Through Fire, by Kristen Ashley

Walk Through Fire

Rec’d an ARC from Net Gallery for an honest review:

Millicent Ann Cross goes to a high school graduation party meets a biker name, Logan Judd, love at first site. They date for a short time and move in together making plans for their future. They both want the same things, a loving home, lots of family and friends, and children. Millie works hard in school trying to finish college in under four years, and Logan is working for Chaos, a motorcycle club. When Millie reaches her goal graduating from college, she is one to her next goal, having a baby.

Twenty years later waiting in line at Chipotle, she hears a voice that she knows all too well, a man having a phone conversation. She looks up and there he is, Logan (High) Judd. She listens to his conversation; he is picking up his girls keeping them overnight and bringing them to school the next day. OMG, he has children, girls, and must be going through a divorce, he is moving back looking for a house for him and his girls.

Armed with this news, she knows now that she can come clean with him as to why she left him all those years ago. She will give him that as well, put an end to her suffering. Once she comes clean, she will be able to move on and get her life back, start living. Things don’t go quite as planned. High is looking for vengeance for the hurt she caused by breaking his heart and ending their relationship.

Walk Through Fire, is a must read, Kristen Ashley is marvelous in her writing abilities, from one character to next. Love her style of writing conversations between a biker and his old lady, conversations between brothers, and between the sisters who are Chaos, all hell just love her style of writing. If you are familiar with Kristen Ashley’s writing, you will notice some of the same characters from her other MC books. If you aren’t familiar with her books, I suggest you start with the Rock Chick Series, you will not be disappointed.

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