Month: September 2016

When Bae’s Boss 2 by Lucinda John

Posted September 26, 2016 by Leona Woolfolk in Books / 2 Comments
When Bae’s Boss 2 by Lucinda John

When Bae’s A Boss 2 was one of my most anticipated reads of the second half of 2016. With the way When Bae’s A Boss ended I lost my mind a little, I seriously needed to know what happened next. Usually with cliffhangers I will respond in one or two ways; (1) in anger which leads […]

Dirtiest Secret by J. Kenner

Posted September 24, 2016 by Leona Woolfolk in Books / 4 Comments
Dirtiest Secret by J. Kenner

That freaking ending!! Lately I’ve been getting suckered into a whole lot of series thanks to the first book having an ending that I just can’t ignore. Having never read a J. Kenner, or Julie Kenner, book before I really didn’t know what to expect with Dirtiest Secret, but when I started reading I could not […]

Magic Strikes by Ilona Andrews

Posted September 21, 2016 by Leona Woolfolk in Books / 6 Comments
Magic Strikes by Ilona Andrews

Finding a series that continues to deliver book after book like the Kate Daniels series is such a blessing and treasure. Magic Strikes again blew me away. It should be criminal to have such a unique, engaging, and appealing storyline and to have a narrator that brings every character to life. After the showdown that […]

Nitro’s Torment by Nina Levine

Posted September 20, 2016 by Leona Woolfolk in Books / 4 Comments
Nitro’s Torment by Nina Levine

Nitro’s Torment was so completely different from Relent that I have nothing to compare. The only common denominator between the two is the craziness of King, leader of Sydney Storm MC. In the difference of Nitro’s Torment I found myself going through a number of emotions and expectations, but the constant that I was grateful […]

Relent by Nina Levine

Posted September 19, 2016 by Leona Woolfolk in Books / 5 Comments
Relent by Nina Levine

Color me surprised! I actually found myself liking Relent when I had such conflicting thoughts about Storm. It was early on that I knew that Relent was going to be a story I enjoyed, whether this knowledge came from Evie’s character or Kick’s character I couldn’t tell you, it might’ve been a combo of both. […]