Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Until July (Until Her #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until July (Until Her, #1)
To me,  the Mayson family can do no wrong.  I loved the parents story, and now thankfully, we get their kids stories.  July was a great way to start this new generation series.

  Not only do we get all the Mayson craziness, but we get a sexy biker with Wes Silver.  Their meeting was classic - one to tell the grandchildren for sure.  He was so perfect for July.  He could totally handle her and her family - winning them both over easily.

  If you are a fan of Aurora's Until series - then you will not be disappointed with this book - and the best part is, there are a lot of more Mayson's to be written about!

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Taking the Heat (Selected Sinners MC #2) by Scott Hildreth - @ScottDHildreth

Taking the Heat (Selected Sinners MC, #2)

Damn, with the way this book started out - I was wondering where the heck it was going to go.  That was one sex scene I had never read before!  You may start off the book not really caring for Toad, actually I'm pretty sure of it - but that will be short lived.  You will grow to love the man that he truly is, deep down - the true giver and compassionate man that he is.

Then you will meet Sidney and totally admire her ability to persevere through what she's been dealt with in life.  She doesn't pity herself, and circumstances or expect handouts.  Nope, she works for what she has, makes the best of all of it - and in the process makes others around her be better.

Toad and Sidney, both broken people, are beautiful together - perfectly matched, and watching their relationship grow, felt believable and not rushed.

I'm so in love with this series.  I just enjoy all the main and secondary characters in the story - they have so much personality and even if they have small roles, they have a great impact.  But, I think the main reason for my enjoyment of this series is mostly due to Scott's ability to make you feel and think with his writing.  The words of inspiration he writes and weaves into the story - that will somehow pertain and reflect in your own life and circumstances, always leave me thinking and feeling.  I'm totally hooked.