Gabby Morgan isn’t looking for love. Not even a little romance. Following a rocky past that she’d just as soon forget, she’s determined to focus on the future. One that most certainly doesn’t involve the tough-as-nails, short-on-words, hot-as-hell biker…or his kid.
Blake Mahone may not be done with women, but he’s finished with relationships. Then Gabby Morgan enters the picture. She’s flawless, refined, and as his kid’s teacher, way out of his league. She acts like she hates him, but her eyes tell a different story. Before he knows it, Blake finds himself hot for teacher, and he’s more than ready to learn all her secrets. Now all he has to do is convince her to give him a shot…without getting them both killed in the process.
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The novella When Things Go Wrong sets up the relationship between the leading players in Cheaters Anonymous. Even though this book can be read as a standalone novel, I think it best to read the novella first.
Cheaters Anonymous picks up several years following their unforgettable weekend together. Jules is now an emergency room doctor and Scar is a successful businessman. Their reunion takes place in the ER when she’s on duty and he is admitted with an interesting condition.
Follow along as we revisit their youth (through flashbacks) to see how they (Jules and Scar) met and became the best of friends. This book has a mystery stalker and lots of very heated sexually-charged moments you won’t soon forget.
I enjoyed this book very much. Lacey is a favorite of mine and I’m sure you’ll like this book as much as I did.
I highly recommend this book for those over 18.
It's sometimes difficult for me to get into a story where the hot alpha male is a sex-obsessed man whore. I've never read a sex scene quite like that first one and I wasn't sure I was going to like Cambio Todelli, aka Toad. But Scott won me over by turning his man whore into a man with a heart and one who is kind beyond measure to those around him--especially those down on their luck or needing a little good fortune to fall their way.
Toad is a former Marine who served several tours in Afghanistan. He suffers from survivor's guilt and PTSD--a walking time bomb. He cannot perform sexually without being borderline brutal or without including elements of BDSM--the likes of which not many women can handle.
Sydney is a down-on-her-luck, homeless, jobless adult orphan. She knows what she wants to achieve in life and isn't willing to accept anything less. She is who she is and doesn't apologize for it--what you see is what you get.
The day these two broken people meet, their lives are changed forever. Their road to becoming unbroken isn't without incident but proves beyond all measure that determination to be better and to do better will win out.
In addition to reading Toad and Sydney's story, characters from previous books make their appearance. I really enjoyed how their lives were intermingled here. As one reviewer said, "Wow! I might love Toad more than The Ripper....." The Ripper is hard to top, but I agree with her.
I've been a fan of Scott's writing since the first time I read one of his books. They've all had a huge impact on me in one way or another, but nothing like this book has. This story reaches deep into the human psyche and makes one examine life's meaning and causes one to want to be better. This book definitely touched my spirit, and I believe it'll touch yours as well.
I recommend for readers over 18.
QUEEN OF THE ROAD
And, they call her “The Queen” – the Road Queen that is.
So first off I have to say I am jealous of Suzy. Look at this picture, she has a crown on the back of her bike. A crown! Okay, I’m over it now – temporarily. So, let’s meet Suzy.
Suzy is an almost 60 year old mother of 3, step mother of 3 and grandmother of 8. Married to her husband of 6 years (yep – she’s giving marriage another go after her first marriage of 23 years ended in divorce) she abstained for 10 years and then decided, this man was worth it.
Earning her bike license at the age of 43, she’s been riding for over 17 years and during those years she’s traveled around the US. Some of the more note-worthy rides for the Queen? Lake Superior Circle in which she loved it so much, she’s done it three times, though her comment was, “First time was the best. I was with a group of friends, no couples, just 9 friends. Only 2 girls.”
Virginia Beach, Virginia and rode the Blue Ridge Mountains. Missouri’s Ozarks was a destination in which she never made it, stopping instead in Kentucky and Tennessee on the Bourbon Tour. Of course Sturgis has been her destination 13 times, she’s never gone with the same group twice. Hmmm. New Orleans along the Mississippi River was last but not least.
Living in Wisconsin limits the amount of time a biker can actually bike, (which she admits is probably the worst thing about riding), but hopping on her Street Glide (did I mention the crown?) during the summer, the Road Queen rides several times each week, weather allowing. “My husband has a riding rule, ‘the temperature has to be at least my age before I’ll ride’, he’s 62. We are turning into fair-weather riders as we age! And I am OK with that!”
When I asked the Road Queen what her worst ride was, she mentioned that during her marriage hiatus she had started dating a guy who had invited her to go along on a ride with his friends on a beautiful Wisconsin day and their idea of riding was from bar to bar. “Meaning, drinking at every stop.” She decided to head out on her own at the second stop. “No drinking and riding. Ever.” I have to say I agree with her there.
We’ve all ridden in weather not fit for a Queen, but this Queen tells me that two times stick out more in her mind than any others. Both of them were trips to Tomahawk, WI for the Fall Ride. One of those rides was on snow and sleet forcing her to stop and wipe the snow off her windshield so she could see. On top of that, she was camping! The second time the rains were torrential and they were out in the middle of nowhere, which means ‘no cover’. Finally riding into a small town, they stopped at a stop light and one of the guys in her group put his foot down, only to find a 5 inch pothole filled with rain. Needless to say, he and his bike went down.
As far as future riding, the Road Queen and her King are heading to Durango, Colorado in June with 5 couples and are in the early planning stages on a trip to Manitoba, Canada in August of this year.
“The most fascinating thing about riding, especially being a woman, is the interesting people you meet. I rode single for many years and I never felt unsafe. It is really true that bikers look out for each other. Back in the 90’s a woman riding alone was a curiosity. I would get lots of stares. And lots of thumbs up! It’s great to see so many lady riders now!” Well said, and I have to say, I agree.
I asked the Road Queen to end our interview with a final thought and here is what she said. “Riding my Harley is by far my most favorite thing to do! Seeing the world from a bike is the best vantage point in life! “
Thank you so much Suzy, for sitting with me and sharing your riding experiences. It’s certainly interesting talking with ladies that love riding. I hope I see you on the road, as I’m not all that far away from you. Ride safe!
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"No one has ever talked to me the way Gaige does. A bossy, demanding, misogynistic dickhead--who is also my stepbrother--should not order me around and make me wet with anticipation."
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Delaney's dad and Gaige's mom marry when D and G are teenagers. They share a kiss one summer night and it leaves them frustrated, confused, and wanting more.
Fast forward four years. Delaney returns from college and Gaige is now a hotshot motorcycle racer who has quite a reputation with the ladies.
The attraction they felt four summers ago instantly returns and they find themselves on a roller-coaster ride of lust and sexual tension to beat the band. He's determined to pick up where they left off and she's determined to not let it happen.
There's a lot of humorous banter between the two, making the read even more enjoyable for me.
I enjoyed the book very much and I recommend it to anyone over 18 who enjoys the genre.
As noted by the author: All characters in the book are 18+ years of age, non-blood related, and all sexual acts are consensual.
I love the Neighbor from Hell series, and I love this book just as much as the book before.
This is Danny and Jodi's story. While I don't know how these people can eat so much and get into so much trouble for eating so much and just raising havoc wherever they go, I still enjoy reading their stories. I looked forward to reading about Danny and I'm so glad I did. Life hasn't always been kind to him, but he's a survivor and has learned what he needs to do to cope and get through daily living.
Jodi's a survivor in her own right and initially finds Danny to be ridiculously annoying and incorrigible. She's willing to pay whatever it takes to break her lease ten months early so she doesn't have to tolerate Danny's antics any longer. That doesn't work out for her, but a trip to the garbage container starts them on an adventure of a lifetime.
It's nice to touch base with the Bradfords I've read about and grown to love in previous books.
I recommend for readers over 18.
What do you get when you combine a student/stripper with a sexy, mysterious patron of the club where said stripper dances? You get one sexy read that will keep you turning the pages just as quickly as you can so you can find out what's going to happen next.
Josephine (Joe) has had her share of heartache and has become a strong and independent young woman because of it. To help pay her college tuition, she works as an exotic dancer. It's while working at the club that she meets a mysterious patron who wants to "see" her on the side. No names are exchanged nor are they required. Complete anonymity is the goal. Her mystery man is an aggressive lover, and Joe enjoys some of the wildest sex she ever thought possible. She begins to crave his touch when he's not around.
When Joe walks into her new art class and discovers her mystery man is no longer a mystery, but he is her art professor, she realizes her life is about to become very complicated.
Whether you're a JC Valentine fan already, or this is a first-time read for you, this book will cement you as a fan of hers from here on out.
I believe this is one of her best books to date. I love her writing, and I am amazed at how each book tops the one before it.
Highly recommended for readers over 18.
He noticed the dance card on her wrist. It was full, which didn't surprise him.
"And the book?"
She held it up and shrugged. "It's one of my favorite plays. It helps me relax. I had a feeling that I would need it tonight by the way that my mother and sister were behaving."
He couldn't quite make out the words from the worn cover. "Which play?"
Her whole face lit up. She obviously took great joy from her book. "As You Like It by Shakespeare. It's my absolute favorite, she said dreamily.
Robert groaned. "I'm going to have to kiss you now."
If you've read any of the books from this Neighbor From Hell series, I know you loved them, and this one is no exception. If you haven't read any, well now is a good time to start. It's written in the style of historical romance and is true to the Bradford boys' charm (and hearty appetites) that we've come to know and love. I read this in one sitting--it was that good!
Robert and Elizabeth's story will have you laughing, crying, and cheering for them throughout the book. It's a great love story at its best. Nothing is ever as easy or cut-and-dried as we'd like it to be, but when we want something badly enough, we'll work hard to get it...once, that is, we get past our pride and stubbornness.
When Elizabeth meets up with her childhood nemesis, Robert, whom she hasn't seen in over fourteen years, sparks fly. They tormented each other throughout childhood and it seems they want to continue the torment now. When a truce is called, life changes for these two and things will never be the same again.
I hope you'll enjoy this story as much as I did.
I recommend for readers over 18.
"You're the most irritating person I've ever met."
Her ass is pressed up against the desk, and I'm leg to leg against her.
“I hate you.” She has the most fuckable mouth I've ever seen.
"The feeling is completely mutual," I say, before I bring my mouth down on hers, crushing her lips against mine.
She's done it again! I love Sabrina's writing style.
They say opposites attract, but there's no way these two should ever be together. This is Caulter and Katherine's story. He's a tattooed, smoking, drinking, potty-mouthed bad boy, and she's the good girl with a 4.0 GPA and the daughter of a senator.
She's had feelings for him from the first night they were together--the night she lost her virginity to him. She tries desperately to deny those feelings especially after it's discovered that her dad and his mom are engaged to be married--making them soon-to-be stepsiblings. But, she can't stop thinking about him.
He can't stop thinking about her either. He's unaccustomed to feeling with his heart instead of his -- well, his prick.
Come along on the adventure that is Caulter and Kate. It's filled with lust, angst, humor, and love. I enjoyed the story very much, and I think you will too.
I recommend this book to those over 18.
Let me begin by saying Sabrina Paige has quickly become one of my favorite authors, and I always look forward to her next book. This one was just as good, if not better, than the last one.
When they were seventeen, Silas and Tempest loved one another deeply and believed they would be together forever. Then one day, Tempest unexpectedly walked out of Silas's life with no explanation, and she never expected to see him again.
When they end up at the same Las Vegas event -- seven years later -- they meet again and shared what they thought would be one last fling ... for closure. Between jobs, Tempest heads back to West Bend to visit her grandmother in the nursing home. Grandma, by the way, is hysterical, and she adds her brand of levity to the story.
I love the connection between Silas and Tempest, even after being apart for all this time. While he's all man in every sense of the word, he's very charming and sweet. I found his blunt honesty and fortitude to go for what he wanted to be refreshing and sexy. I also love how Tempest could hold her own with him, and I believe he loves that quality about her as well.
In the meantime, love will be growing, and mysteries still need to be solved in West Bend.
Be sure to give this book a read. You'll be looking forward to the next one in the series just like I am.
I recommend this book to anyone over 18.