30 Nov '11

A Vicky Review – The Business of Pleasure by Justine Elyot

This is the first book that I have read by Justine Elyot and all I can say is Wow! The main story is about Charlotte a submissive who wants to be dominated by two men, so she contacts The Number. They are an organisation who makes fantasy in to reality for people no matter what or how detailed that may be. Collins and Bryant have been looking for a submissive that will live up to what they need and they think they have finally found that in Charlotte so they set up the fantasy just as she has described to them on her application with themselves as the main characters. Charlotte’s fantasy is everything she could have dreamed of but then she finds herself back in her day to day life wondering how she is going to be able to experience what she so badly needs again. Then, out of the blue, Bryant turns up at her work with a proposition that she just can’t say no to. I was… Keep Reading »

29 Nov '11

A Rae Review – Tall, Dark Cowboy by Joanne Kennedy (4 Stars)

SHE’S LOOKING FOR AN OLD FRIEND… In the wake of a nasty divorce, Lacey Bradford heads for Wyoming where she’s sure her old friend will take her in. But her high school pal Chase Caldwell is no longer the gangly boy who would follow her anywhere. For one thing, he’s now incredibly buff and handsome, but that’s not all that’s changed…  WHAT SHE FINDS IS ONE HOT COWBOY… Chase has been through tough times and is less than thrilled to see the girl who once broke his heart. But try as he might to resist her, while Lacey’s putting her life back together, he’s finding new ways to be a part of it. Meet Lacey, a very naive young lady who has spent most of her life, both childhood & adult, doing and being what she is told to be by the men in her life, first her father and then her husband. Being so naive, Lacey didn’t realise the dodgy deals that her husband was up to despite working in his… Keep Reading »

28 Nov '11

A Rae Review – Rocky Mountain Heat by Vivian Arend (4.5 Stars)

Blake Coleman is old enough to know that acting on impulse causes nothing but a heap of trouble. But when trouble’s a western-hat-wearing blonde with slim legs that go on forever, what’s a man to do? Wanting the sweet girl next door is just wrong. The responsible thing to do is keep his hands off. Jaxi has other plans for Blake’s hands, and his heart. She may have once considered him a big brother, but that was a long time ago. She’s all grown up now and ready to convince him that she’s perfect for him. Except he can’t seem to see past the big “don’t touch” sign that’s apparently still hanging around her neck. When Jaxi ends up living right under Blake’s nose, the undeniable heat between them slides off simmer and leaps up to barn-burning levels. However, a few of the younger six-pack Colemans have decided Jaxi’s brand of trouble is worth risking a few busted bones. That is, if Blake’s finally ready to let go the reins… Keep Reading »

24 Nov '11

A Nix Short Review – Beautiful Mess by Lucy Morgan (5 Stars)

After Bailey gets dumped by her long-term ex, her male friends decide to cheer her up the guy way. After getting her stinking drunk on Jaegermeister, they decide it’s about time to dish the dirt on the ex. After pointing out her lack of enthusiasm in her previous sexual experiences, they are all astounded to hear that she has never experienced an orgasm. Now feeling even crappier about her love life, she then has to contend with the sappy in love couples that frequent her wedding cake shop. Her friends are hell-bent on protecting her dignity by getting revenge on Craig (the ex) but one of them seems like he has more than a friendly reason for hoping she gets over her breakup quickly. Will she be able to get over the fact that he has always been her friend and chase that elusive orgasm? This book blindsided me. It is uber short, but please don’t let that be a factor in deciding to read it. Also, a massive bonus… Keep Reading »

23 Nov '11

A Nix Review – Victorian Scoundrel by Stephanie Burkhart (4 Stars)

Alice and Edward Windsor travel back in time to 1851, to find their Great-Great-Grandfather Prince Albert at the time of his Great Exhibition. Mindful that Edward is up to mischief, Alice has to follow her errant cousin back in time, to try to minimise the ripple effects from his time spent in the past. Upon arrival, it becomes clear that Edward is determined to leave much more than a fingerprint in time, his obsession with introducing his distant relative to the flying machine driving him to do something stupid.  However, Alice finds herself with another problem in the shape of the Grayson Kentfield. The hunky Lord finds himself fascinated with the lovely, if not slightly quirky, Alice and sets out to see if he can ignite their already simmering chemistry.  Can Alice stop her cousin from leaving a dinosaur sized footprint in the past at the same time as trying not to give her heart to a man from the past? The Prime-minister of the time is very suspicious of… Keep Reading »

21 Nov '11

A Nix Review – Siren in Waiting by Sophie Oak (5 Stars)

Beth “mouse” Hobbs has been pining after her best friend Bo O’Malley for years. After caring for her dying parents for most her adult life, she now has a chance to live for herself. The first thing she does is buy a home of her own and the next is to try to get over her unrequited love.  Bo has never looked at her twice, flaunted his many sexual conquests in her face; maybe it’s time to move on and find someone to love her back. When Trev McNamara comes back to Deer Run, it’s time to see if he really is as strong as everyone else believes. Put under the care of Leo Mayer (Dom in resident at the Club and psychologist extraordinaire) to get over his addiction to pretty much everything, he knows that being left to his own devices will be the ultimate test of his treatment.  All his worries seem to fade when he lays eyes on Beth. She is obviously naturally submissive; will looking after… Keep Reading »

18 Nov '11

A Rae Review – Erotic Nights Anthology

Monsters Cum At Night by Eve Langlais Being a vampire sucks, especially when you can’t find others of your kind. That all changes one Halloween night when dark, delicious and kinky comes along to seduce me. I never imagined a threesome with a human male and my new fanged lover would fulfill my hungers, both the bloody and erotic kind. Lucky me, I’m a fast learner. Couldn’t quite get to grips with this one…might be that for the first time ever the fact that it’s written in first person bothered me.  I really didn’t like the heroine and really just couldn’t get into the story.  The scenes with her new vampire lover and the human were fairly hot, but the cutesy ending and her shear dimwittedness just really spoiled it for me! Date Night by Nicole Austin New mother Savannah Black’s life lacks only one thing—sex. Whenever the mood struck something always got in the way. Well not anymore. Savannah is taking matters into her own hands, removing all the obstacles and… Keep Reading »

14 Nov '11

Nix Shortie Review – Weekend at Wilderhope Manor by Lucy Felthouse (4 Stars)

When Stephanie and Jenny arrive at Wilderhope Manor for the Murder Mystery weekend, they expect an intimate weekend where they can chill out and have fun. What they don’t expect is the creaky floorboards, cold spots and spooky apparitions. Having failed to listen to the introductory warnings about the manors supernatural residents, the girls find themselves taking a lot of comfort in each others arms as they try to fathom what the heck is going on. Will the ghostly happenings prove too much for our amateur sleuths or will they last the weekend? I haven’t read much F/F erotica but I love Lucy’s writing so I of course gave it a go 🙂 The story is short at around by 42 pages, but it is a very fun and fluffy storyline to go with some very hot sex scenes. It doesn’t really matter what the gender of the H/H are to me (I happen to adore M/M fiction….although I’m not sure what to think about the fact that I prefer this to F/F :D)  as… Keep Reading »

11 Nov '11

Nix Review – Intimate Whispers by Dee Carney (3.5 Stars)

Sabrina has always been haunted by the voices of the dead. Pleading for help and desperate to be heard, they often drown out reality and overwhelm her. Labelled schizophrenic by the hospital, and sectioned on numerous occasions, she was able to find no solace. That was until He came. He came to her at night and suppressed all the voices, asking for the use of her body in return. He is the entity that makes it all better for a while and can make sure that she feels nothing but pleasure from his visits; that is, if he wants to. When Sabrina meets Jason, her neighbour, everything threatens to change. She has gotten used to the status quo, gotten used to His visits and being alone. Jason wants to help, wants to be a part of her life. Desperate for closure for his brother’s death, he pushes his way into her life when he discovers her secret. Surprisingly, he finds that he wants to help the desperately troubled woman to… Keep Reading »

08 Nov '11

Nix Review – Dangerous Charade by Elizabeth Means – 4.5 stars

Gabrielle Broussard runs away from her family home after her Uncle tries to marry her off to a sadistic man to repay a gambling debt. She finds herself working for a private investigative firm and, after only weeks of intensive training, finds herself on her first case. Posing as a Governess to a 2 year old child, Gabrielle infiltrates the home of Lord Blackwell to find out if he really has killed his wife. Upon arrival at the Castle, Gabrielle finds herself unfortunately attracted to her number one suspect and, even more unfortunately, finds that he is as equally attracted to her. Whilst trying to fight her feelings towards Julian, trying to fend off his amorous advances and trying to find the murderer, Gabrielle realises that her first case is more trying than first expected. Whilst suspects start pouring out of the woodwork, someone seems intent on making sure that Gabrielle doesn’t uncover the real truth. Will she make it out of her first case alive? This is a fun,… Keep Reading »