Dan Brown’s Origin Falls Flat But Does Make You Want to Finish…

ORIGIN by Dan Brown 20 NOV, 2017 Title: Origin Author: Series: Robert Langdon #5 Pages: 461 pages Publisher: Release Date: October 3rd 2017 ISBN-10: 0385514239 Dan...

Ruby Red & Sapphire Blue by Kerstin Gier

THE RUBY RED TRILOGY (VOLUMES 1 & 2)by Kerstin Gier 14 NOV, 2017 Title: RUBY RED & SAPPHIRE BLUE Author: Series: The Ruby Read Trilogy Publisher: Release Date:...

Interview & Giveaway with MONSTERLAND Author Michael Okon

Michael Okon talks MonstersThe PJV: First, thank you for doing this! We’re a big fan of all things Monster on the PJV. But, please settle the great debate - which monster is your top contender for...

Fierce Kingdom – Intensely “Real Horror” Novel

FIERCE KINGDOM by Gin Phillips 16 OCT, 2017 Title: Fierce Kingdom Author: Series: Stand-alone Pages: 288 pages Publisher: Release Date: July 25th 2017 ISBN-10:...

The Riders Duology by Veronica Rossi

The Riders Duology by VERONICA ROSSi 9 OCTOBER, 2017   Title: BOOK 1 - RIDERS BOOK 2 - SEEKER Author: Series: DUOLOGY Pages: 384 pages Publisher: Release Date:...

The Sex Bucket List – An Original and Enjoyable Contemporary by Prescott Lane

The name and genre this book is listed in do not give it justice. The cover, name, and everything else lead you to believe this is gonna be another one of those explicit erotica contemporary romances that are really nothing more than a bunch of sex scenes and little plot. But, this book is nothing of the sort. I was surprised that it is classified within erotica, because I would have thought this would be a straight up romance. Yes, it’s hot – but there is a whole lot more going on than just sexy time.

Another “Hot Billionaire Novel” The Rule Maker by Jennifer Blackwood

The “Hot Billionaire” trend is not fading, and I do have to admit that I like them, but when they get formulaic they do tend to chafe and get repetitive. The Rule Maker was as formulaic as they get. Insert romantic part here, insert quirky scene here. I did find some of the interactions quite entertaining but the overall feel of a cookie-cutter billionaire romance had me losing interest once they hooked up.

Review: Exiled by Jasina Wilder

Madame X was a surprise hit for me last year, and the second book, Exposed, left me waiting excitedly for the final book in the trilogy, Exiled. I want to say it was everything I expected, and while parts of it did have what I'd been hoping for in a conclusion, overall it was predictable and I'm embarrassed to say I skimmed over quite a bit. I guess you could say that I have mixed feelings about Exiled, and as a result, the trilogy as a whole.

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The Player and the Pixie by Penny Reid and L.H. Cosway

PJV QUICKIE: Get ready for fangirling – Penny Reid is my go-to author when I need a read that’s guaranteed to catch and keep my interest, and The Player and the Pixie is no exception. This is the second installment in The Rugby series, Ms. Reid’s collaboration with L.H. Cosway, and I loved it! Review: Rainbow-haired Lucy Fitzpatrick loves her mother, sometimes. Having an...

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Wicked Sexy Liar

PJV QUICKIE: I am a huge fan of Christina Lauren’s Wild Seasons series and each time a new book comes out I swear that it’s my favorite. It’s happened again – I adored the back-and-forth between Luke and London and they’re my new favorite couple in the series! Review: London Hughes has a plan for her life – not to have a plan.  She’s happy surfing,...

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Appealed by Emma Chase #Review

PJV QUICKIE: You guys, I love this trilogy! Starting with Overruled, then Sustained, and finishing with Appealed, I have really enjoyed this group of characters and the world they live in.   Review: Kennedy Randolph has been in love with Brett since they were kids. After she gave her heart to him and got burned, twice, she decided to never get hurt again.  Now, she’s back in DC and wants...

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Happily Ever Ninja

PJV QUICKIE: Penny Reid has written a humorous, heartfelt, and honest love letter to marriage. I was not expecting to feel as many emotions as I did while reading Happily Ever Ninja – some good, some not so good – but overall I was thrilled to be back in the Knitting in the City world. Review: Fiona Archer met the love of her life in college, got married, had a career and put it on hold after...

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