Last week of March then April starts soon. I can’t believe that it is the last day of March. Hopefully things will start going back to normal. This is my first full month of blogging since I started. There was a little bumps in the road. But I think those bumps will over now. I am trying to get into a reading routine. It is taking time while I am trying to make time. I got some books reads that I wanted to read.
Siren Magic by Lucia Ashta
The Magical Creatures Academy has sent its finest fairies to recruit her.
As a hybrid shapeshifter—half siren, half angel—Selene is one of a kind.
It’s a label that makes her the target of a rebel faction of supernatural creatures that seeks to claim her power.
But her power is undeveloped and more a danger to herself than an aid. Yet her magic is her only advantage over the vicious vampires and fierce shifters who seek to eliminate her.
Soon Selene is on the run in an unfamiliar world and unable to return to her ocean home. At least she’s not alone. Quinn, a shifter with his own secrets, has her back. Selene and Quinn must find a way to escape those that hunt them while surviving their unstable powers. But can Quinn help her stop vampires and shifters who’ve had centuries to master their abilities?
Siren Magic is the start of an exciting new magic-filled urban fantasy in the Magical Creatures Academy world, featuring a starry-eyed siren, one hot shifter, fearsome vamps, and fairies with ‘tude ten times their size.
2. Morgan’s Surprise by Jayne Rylon-Book 2
For a tasty birthday treat, add four men and stir.
Note to self: When confessing a crush on an ultra-hot construction worker to your best friend, make sure he’s not standing right behind you.
If Morgan thought spilling the beans on her lust for Joe would scare him off, she couldn’t have been more wrong. Following her birthday wish gone awry, the hunk is treating her to one surprise after another. From little things that make her smile to lavish, romantic dates, Joe is turning out to be the stuff of dreams
Joe’s attentions to the sexy pastry shop owner begin as lighthearted fun. Until he finds out about the past that, until now, has made her keep him at arm’s length. Determined to show her seeking pleasure is no crime, he sets out to fulfill her steamiest fantasies—with a little help from three of his best friends.
After a four-course birthday adventure, which presents Morgan as the sweetest imaginable dessert, she expects Joe to walk away. But now that Joe’s brought Morgan out of her shell, he’s hungry for something he never expected to crave—a forever kind of love.
Warning: This book features a m/m/m/m/f ménage. Enough said.
3. Kayla’s Gift by Jayne Rylon
One blizzard, two days, three men to keep her warm.
Naked is Kayla’s style. She’s exposed to bare skin more than the average person—like when she’s up to her elbows in massage oil, soothing the tired muscles of the construction crew building her new spa, a barter to offset some of the cost. Once it’s finished, she plans to open a private retreat for fellow naturists.
It should be a routine service. Yet for some reason, caressing the man on her table is blurring her normally crystal-clear distinction between nudity and sexuality. And stirring up kinky fantasies involving the rest of the crew.
She never intended to share details about her lifestyle-slash-business plan, not even with the open-minded, sexy crew. But when a faulty truck engine and one hell of a snowstorm trap the three men at her cabin, heat sears away her cover story—and her inhibitions.
Cocooned in blissful isolation, Dave, Neil and James show her that passion knows no barrier, with or without clothing. Leaving Kayla wondering if two days of mutual satisfaction will ever be enough…
Warning: This book features a m/m/m/f ménage hot enough to melt an entire blizzard’s worth of snow and ice.
4. Brock: Kings of the Mountain-Book 1
I am reading the box set of this series. I have read book 1, Brock.
I went for a walk in the wilderness to find inspiration for my paintings. But after a few wrong turns, I found something else: him.
He’s like his mountain—strong and mysterious. He saved my life and offered to get me home. But when his hands touch me, I think I might already be there.
I left my life behind to carve out a new one. Alone. But the moment I see her, it’s like the first time I saw my mountain. I know I have to make her mine.
She came to my mountain for inspiration, but she just might be my muse instead.
5. Lumberjack by Jenika Snow
He hasn’t been with a woman in five years.
She hasn’t been with a real man … until now.
I’ve had enough of the crap that goes along with living in the city. So, I packed for a weeklong vacation in the mountains. Isolation in a cabin for the next seven days sounds like a good way to recoup and get my life back in order.
After getting lost while hiking, I stumble upon a cabin that has me questioning whether to ask for help, or if I should brave staying the night in the woods.
I left everything behind years ago after the woman I was with betrayed me. Now I work as a lumberjack and live my life as a recluse.
Being celibate for the last five years says a lot about my self-control, but I’m a man and have needs, and not giving into what I really want is hard as hell. But I can’t let myself get close to anyone, not even for a few hours. Getting close is how I got screwed over before.
As soon as I see Vivian, I know I have to have her. It’s been forever since I’ve had a woman. Because of a storm rolling in, she’ll have to stay with me overnight. We could do a lot of filthy things in that time.
I pride myself on my control, but when it comes to Vivian, I don’t know if I can keep my hands to myself.
I know I can’t.
I have needs, and it’s clear Vivian’s in need of a real man to help her unwind. I can certainly help her in that department