Posts Tagged ‘ Hump Day Reviews ’

#HumpDayReviews: Book Reviewer Yellow Pages

Indie authors have it tough when it comes to getting reviews. Sometimes it's not for lack of trying - after all, it seems like there are thousands of review sites, with more and more popping up each day. But who are the people behind those sites, and what kinds of books do they like to read? Occasionally just wading through their websites in search of the most obvious answers can feel like a hunt Continue Reading...

#HumpDayReviews: Come Again, edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel

If you love sex toys and adventure in the bedroom, you definitely need to grab a copy of Come Again: Sex Toy Erotica, edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel. This collection of 24 short stories covers a wide range of toys - both real and imaginary - as well as some unique scenarios that show just how fun and versatile relationships that incorporate toys can be. Whether you’re a vanilla lover or a Continue Reading...

#HumpDayReviews: One Night in Amsterdam by Jaz Hartfield

Chloe organizes Jo’s hen weekend in Amsterdam, glad to get away from the usual boring or married men that she sleeps with. Perhaps she’ll meet some cool guys up for a bit of fun. If not, at least she’ll make sure her best friend gets very drunk while they all party in style. Dean is getting married to Tamsin, but having serious doubts. His mates take him to Amsterdam for one last Continue Reading...

#HumpDayReviews: Hotelles by Emma Mars

Emma Mars delivers the sexy, enticing sequel to her first novel Hotelles and follows the adventures of a young French woman as she continues her carnal education in a mysterious Parisian hotel. In a hotel room in Paris, a young woman named Elle experiences the most exquisite freedom and sensual pleasure she has ever known, thanks to Louie, the man who has conquered her completely. So many Continue Reading...

#HumpDayReviews: Winter Wonderland by Belinda Jones

As someone who previously lived in Montreal for about eight years, Belinda Jone's Winter Wonderland was right up my cobblestoned, fleur-de-lys-waving alley, and I was hooked from the first paragraph. Living in southern California, you definitely start to miss the ice and snow (and toques galore!), and this holiday romance was exactly what I needed to reminisce about my time spent Up Continue Reading...