• Review: On the Prowl Anthology

    Usually, I find that anthologies are not worth the price. You usually buy them for one or two of the authors and the others have been tacked on in the hopes that you will like them and buy their other titles. That is not the case with On the Prowl. Ms....

  • Review: Lucinda, Darkly The Demon Princess Chronicles#1

    Lucinda, Darkly is the first Demon book that I have read. This story held my attention from beginning to end. This is a book that I would have read in two days if I didn't have to work. It was that spellbinding. All of the characters are captivating....

  • Review: Sex and the Psychic Witch

    Harmony Cartwright and her triplet sisters live in Salem and own a vintage clothing and curio shop. Harmony's job is to buy items for the shop, when she picks up a gown at a charity yard sale; her psychic powers start going wild calling to her. When she...

  • Review: My Immortal

    When Marley sets off to Louisiana to find her wild sister, she ends up at the plantation of the Mysterious Damian Du Bourg. Damian is instantly captivated by the one woman who does not seem to fall at his feet with lust. But Damian has a past with a demonic...

  • Review: Hunting the Demon Demon Series - book 2

    The second book in the Demon series by Jaci Burton fulfilled all my expectations. The demons "aka the Son's of Darkness and the Realm of Light are both in search of the black diamond. They both have a reason to need it, but those reasons are totally different....

  • Review: Forbidden Fantasy

    This is a continuation from one of Holt's earlier novels Complete Abandon. In Forbidden Fantasy we pick up with Ian Clayton the handsome Scottish brother of John Clayton from Abandon. Ian has long lusted after Lady Caroline Foster but alas his Scottish...

  • Review: Beneath the Skin The Darkwing Chronicles, Book Three

    First of all let me say that I have absolutely loved the first two books in this series Savannah Russe has done a wonderful job on this series however, with this third book in the Darkwing Chronicles I personally felt that this one fell far short of the...

  • Review: Hunter's Salvation Hunter Series - Book 2

    Vax Matthews thought he left being a hunter behind to live a nice quiet life on his ranch. But sometimes he is called back into action whether if he likes it or not. Jessica "Jess" Warren is a psychic who is on a hunt of her own to find the person or...

  • Review: Wine, Tarts and Sex

    Jake Chambers is a successful chef who owns two restaurants in LA and San Francisco. He needs a break from his busy and hectic life in California. He decides to open up a restaurant in Minnesota where he spent his summers visiting his aunt. Olivia "Liv"...

  • Review: Uncensored Emotions

    This compilation of poems voices the insurmountable problems wrong with the world or the one wronged by another. Uncensored Emotions is a depressing compilation! I would not encourage another to read it as it caused me to be depressed and I try to always...

  • Review: The Man I Love

    The Man I Love reads like a historical romance novel. The main characters Raleigh and Wolf meet at a masquerade party attended by socialites, he's from a very wealthy family, but she's from paycheck to paycheck while taking care of her grandmother who...

  • Review: Be Still My Vampire Heart Love at Stake series - Book 3

    This is the third in Kerrelyn Sparks Love at Stake series that began with How to Marry a Millionaire Vampire back in 2005. This book centers on the drop dead (pardon the pun) sexy Scottish vampire Angus Mackay that is also the head of Security for Roman...

  • Review: "The Saints of Midland"

    Amanda Sims is out searching for her brother on Halloween, after he goes missing. The search is located in the woods near her home. Before entering the woods, Amanda meets a deputy, Josh Kent, who accompanies her on the search. In the woods a being known...

  • Review: Canyon Wolf Bride

    In this lovely romantic drama Paige, a widowed museum curator and old friend Sean, a half man-half wolf Olympic gold ski champion fall desperately in love with each other. Most of the story's setting takes place in Havasu Canyon Arizona, and is described...

  • Review: Your Saving Grace

    Would you show up for jury duty if you knew you'd end up threatened, harassed, and endangered? Minnesota resident Hannah Paxton fulfills her judicial duty, only to find herself stalked and eventually kidnapped by a serial killer. With the gruesome details...

  • Review: Blue Twilight Twilight Series, #11

    Women have been disappearing in and around the town of Endover, New Hampshire. Although they all eventually turn up unharmed none of them can recollect what happened to them. When two young girls go missing, Maxine Stuart, a private detective, along with...

  • Review: Finally, This Season

    Finally, This Season is a sweet little charmer expressing a little of the Tons affairs and new romance. There are many long drawn out stories written about the Ton with each having just a slight variation of draft, but Sarita Leone's twelve short pages...

  • Review: Dreaming Of You

    Dreaming of You is like a favorite song you hear on the radio. It is short and gives you that familiar warm feeling. Four pages are about as long as a dream might be and just enough to get you to think. Johanna Melaragno's writing is easy to read and...

  • Review: Wicked In Wales Destination Pleasure 2

    Wicked In Wales is a little snippet of sex. At only sixteen pages this was a well-written little saga of two people that have an instant lust for each other. Eve even includes a twist at the end. The characters are thoroughly described and the setting...

  • Review: The Romancipation of Maggie Hunter

    The concept of romancipation, as noted in the forward of Jane Sigaloff's new chick lit "The Romancipation of Maggie Hunter," is defined as "The freedom for women to love whom they choose while retaining their own space and identity." That term fits Maggie's...

  • Review: Night Life Book 1

    This is one of those books where you will get pulled into the rich world that Ms Guest creates and become captivated by the superb storytelling. Nightlife by Elizabeth Guest combines two of my loves - romance novels and Egyptology. And while this book...

  • Review: Home Port Tarot: Four of Wands

    Home Port Four of Wands is a sweet short story of two young lovers, Mitchell and Anna, separated by her family's intervention, but later rediscover their lost love when their son intercedes. An earthquake in the flow occurs as you discover the story is...

  • Review: The Suicide Club

    Someone in a small Alabama town is burning down churches, and as the police increase their investigation, the crimes escalate. Detective Jace Nolan is certain one or more of the students in Lindsey Sloan's talented and gifted class is responsible, but...

  • Review: Lean Mean Thirteen Stephanie Plum Mystery Series, #13

    Lean Mean Thirteen is a five hour read whodunit that is an oddly entertaining, laugh out loud HOOT. As a bounty hunter Stephanie Plum ends up in scrapes that would make Lucille Ball proud- if she was still alive. Ms Evanovich has completed another ingenious...

  • Review: Deja Vu You

    What happens to those who die by foul means and no one knows it? I've always wondered about that myself. Tammy is about to make that discovery herself. Murdered by her mother-in-law, she is determined to find a way to prove it, despite the fact she's...

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Breaking the Rules by Ember Leigh

Amara's move home is anything but fun. With her mom recovering from a cancer diagnosis, her only goal is to find a job in her field and support her family. But once she lays eyes on Travis Holt, she realizes her time in LA might be a lot more tolerable if she could use him to take her mind off things.

For Travis, there's only ever been one rule: stay away from his best friend's sister. And it wasn't a problem until Amara moved back west all grown-up and sexier than sin. When she comes strutting around his gym every day, it's impossible to keep his eyes--and hands--off her.

The one-off fling Amara imagined isn't possible with a God like Holt. And once Eddie finds out, they're suddenly cast into the turbulent waters of Something More, the unfamiliar terrain where Amara has to confront whether she can truly support someone whose career is the antithesis of everything she's worked for in the non-profit world.