Book Cover: Haunted by the Devil by Kinsley Kincaid

Haunted by the Devil by Kinsley Kincaid

If you want to read a book with all the trigger warnings then you know Kinsley Kincaid is your girl. The list for Haunted by the Devil includes extreme torture, gore, and violence; dismemberment; castration; flamethrower; creepy face painting; sex over dying person; explosions; and best of all, veggie peeler. Now I’m not going to ruin anything for you but will say that you do […]

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Book Cover: Bury Me by K.L. Taylor-Lane

Bury Me by K. L. Taylor-Lane

It’s been a whopping 15 months since Torment Me, the first instalment in The Ashes Boys series was released, and the only reason I’m being so forgiving about that gap between it and Bury Me is the five stellar books that have kept me going in the meantime. Luckily, considering the state of my memory, Torment Me wasn’t a huge book to remember. Bury Me

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Book Cover: Malevolent by Lainey Delaroque

Malevolent by Lainey Delaroque

I enjoyed reading Lainey Delaroque‘s Club Lavender Duet and the subsequent Dark Things series so I was curious to see how her first reverse harem novel would compare. The blurb didn’t give too much away so I was reading with little impression of what the book would be about. Unfortunately, things didn’t become much clearer throughout the book and I was left with several unanswered

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Book Cover: Melt Away by Arabella Black

Melt Away by Arabella Black

Like When the Sun Goes Down before it, Melt Away is a story that showcases the best of Arabella Black. Forbidden delights, complicated circumstances, secrets to be revealed, and a filthy dose of steam. They’re all packed into the book’s 329 pages and brilliantly woven together. After having been assaulted by her best friend Mae finds herself halfway across the world, held captive by the

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Book Cover: Delicious by AJ Merlin

Delicious by AJ Merlin

Another Pleasure and Prey book? Of course, I’m reading it. AJ Merlin is one of my comfort authors and although the books in this series follow a particular form, they never feel predictable. Delicious was exactly the read I thought it would be, and that was everything I needed. The way in which Saylor tells her story is a little different to the other Pleasure

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Book Cover: Noxious Boys by K. L. Taylor-Lane

Noxious Boys by K. L. Taylor-Lane

I’ve been in a book slump again and not connecting to anything I’ve been reading. I don’t normally opt for college or bully romances but I was expecting Noxious Boys to drag me out of that dark hole. No pressure there for K. L. Taylor-Lane. If you’ve read enough of Taylor-Lane’s books then you’ll know there’s a certain vibe to her writing. Honestly, I didn’t

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Book Cover: Lord of Bones by Aiden Pierce and R. K. Pierce

Lord of Bones by Aiden Pierce and R. K. Pierce

Rayven is a grave robber, an interesting career choice to say the least. One night she and her begruding partner enter the Petherick family tomb, intent on uncovering riches that would provide her big break. Instead, she disturbs the resting place of the woman the Lord of Bones is convinced he loves. In revenge, the Lord kills Rayven’s partner and whisks her off to purgatory

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Injustice and Absolution by Murphy Wallace

Injustice and Absolution by Murphy Wallace

Murphy Wallace is back and she’s bringing one hell of a book. Despite its above-average size, I raced my way through Injustice and Absolution, the book dragging so many emotions out of me along the way. The book is separated into three parts, the first showing how Royce and Delilah originally came to develop feelings for one another. This section of the book is mainly

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Book Cover: Ruin by K. L. Taylor-Lane

Ruin by K. L. Taylor-Lane

It feels like I’ve been waiting for Charlie’s story forever, since that very first appearance in Purgatory. He was always the more curious of the Chaos Twins, the one with the bigger back story, and therefore the one with the more difficult journey ahead of him. Do I feel like I understand Charlie Swallow better for having read Ruin? Yes, and at the same time,

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