Ms Knight sucks you in (pun intended) from the beginning and doesn't let go until the last page. -- REALLY BAD BARB REVIEWS
The moment I started reading it I couldnt put it down. -- ROMANCE REVIEWS FOREVER KISS by Angela Knight Rating: 5stars *****
The story has a fresh look at vampireS. Vampires and a lot of hot sex, you are sure to enjoy! -- THE BEST REVIEWS
Secrets--Volume 27 by Liane Gentry Skye, Nicole North, Leigh Court, Hannah Murray
Publisher: Red Sage Publishing
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Historical, Paranormal, Fantasy
Length: Full Length Anthology (4 Stories, 328 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F, Spanking
Rating: 5 Cherries
Review by Xeranthemum
THE BET - LEIGH COURT
I can make a woman come using just my words...
That outrageous claim by a very drunk Damian Hunt, Viscount Atherton, somehow escalates into a high stakes wager between two best friends: Damian bets his prized racehorse that he can do it... George Beringer gambles his London townhouse that Damian can't.
And the surprising woman George chooses for the bet is not only a virgin, she's also George's very respectable sister, Claire -- and to complicate matters even more, once Damian lays eyes on her, the stakes escalate in the most unpredictable way...
THE BOY NEXT DOOR - HANNAH MURRAY
Isabella Carelli isn't just looking for Mr. Right, she's looking for Mr. Tie Me Up And Do Me Right. In all the wrong places. Fortunately, the right place is right next door. And the boy next door is just about ready to make his move...
DEVIL IN A KILT - NICOLE NORTH
A trip to the Highland Games turns into a trip to the past when modern day Shauna MacRae touches Gavin MacTavish's four-hundred-year-old claymore. What she finds is a Devil In a Kilt she's had erotic fantasies about for months. Can Shauna break the curse imprisoning this shape shifting laird and his clan before an evil witch sends Shauna back to her time and takes Gavin as her sex slave?
HEART'S STORM - LIANE GENTRY SKYE
Sirenia's final breeding moon is upon her. She is the last fertile mermaid of her brood. Racing against a hurricane, she must search out and mate with the only merman who can save her kind--the prophesied Lost Son of Triton. When Sirenia rescues injured Navy SEAL, Byron Burke from drowning, she seals herself into his life debt. When the time comes to ask Byron for her freedom, her heart threatens to stand in the way of the last, best hope for her kind. Heart's Storm by Liane Gentry Skye is a delightful romance mixing an alpha Navy SEAL with a real ocean lady, a mermaid. In this fast moving tale, we have a man of honor suffering from a tragedy which ends up far larger than he realized. Then there's the lovely mermaid who's forced to accept the mantle of responsibility but suddenly comes face to face with the horrible reality that she has to choose between the only love she's ever known and duty. Top it off with a plotting evil villain who is psychotic enough to be an excellent depiction of a sadistic megalomaniac and Heart Storm delivers a fun read. Get ready for a hero and heroine to root for, a great bad guy to boo and hiss at, and a satisfying happily ever after. The Boy Next Door by Hannah Murray opens with a chuckle inducing bathtub scene that had me grinning from ear to ear. The dialogue in the kitchen was incredible and after the wine, oh, my gosh, I felt like I was really there, listening in. And I knew things were going to get interesting especially when Jacob got her to tell him her definition of `vanilla'. There's some great storytelling during that scene which inspires hot flashes. The part when she comes home from running is hot too, lots of excellent build-up and tension. I was totally hooked when the present on the table shows up because Jacob's one word response to Isabella's question about the object ended up being like the firing of the starting gun at a race but the end point in this story is seduction. This is well written, hot and full of fun. I liked this one. Devil in a Kilt by Nicole North is a time traveling romance with a brawny Scottsman under a curse. There's a lot of heart in this story as well as heat. There are a few plot conflicts that interweave, between personal angst, a vile witch and the breaking of the aforementioned curse. I enjoyed Gavin, the hero, and his kilt wearing ways. Shauna, the heroine, was the perfect balance of modern day independence and sexual freedom which put her as the perfect counterpoint to Gavin's alpha Laird. She's not loose or scatterbrained, she is a strong woman who stands up for herself and her dialogue was crackerjack sharp. Also, I liked that Shauna isn't afraid to enjoy the benefits of Gavin's...kilt. Their coming together was pure romance. The battle or skirmish reminded me of the daring do of the old Errol Flynn movies - dashing and manly. It was very exciting. The Bet by Leigh Court is a cute story about two bored men who make a bet and one, Damien, ends up winning something more valuable than a horse. Claire is the virginal heroine whose fascination with learning about other cultures leads to both her downfall and her delight. This story is sweet in that it follows the adage that sometimes the best things in life are right under your very nose. The use of the Kama Sutra was quite clever and it made me laugh. Not that it's laugh out loud funny, though there are a few moments where you smile, but Claire's fascination with it and what it eventually leads to; it's a wonderful tool for seduction and the author used it well. I liked this story too because of the way their love grew, like a taffy-pull. "Should she? Oh, proper ladies don't do that sort of thing. But how do they...?" See what I mean? The Bet is a well told tale of seduction and romance. With this great combination of authors and plots, this anthology is a "must-buy". I highly recommend it. --WHIPPED CREAM REVIEWS - Review by Xeranthemum
FALLEN ANGEL REVIEWS For as long as Valerie can remember, Cowboy has always been in her dreams. First he was there to comfort and protect a small child in the aftermath of her parents violent death, and as she grew from a child to a woman, he became something much more. Cowboy invades her dreams and her body. In her dreams he was her lover, her hero and she loved him and Cowboy loved her too. So when her fantasy dreams turns into a nightmare, Valerie feels heartbreakingly betrayed.
Cade hadnt meant to frighten Valerie, he just wanted to be with her, feel her one last time. Cade learned years before to accept the bond between them. Obviously that night so long ago mentally linked them for all time. Cade knew that should Valerie learn of his role in her parents murder, shed never forgive him. The fact that he was there at all would turn her away forever. She doesnt remember seeing him, talking with him, or not being afraid of him, when the look about him should have sent her screaming into the night. Instead when the monsters came in her dreams, she called to him to protect her and he could do nothing else but slay her monsters for her.
Valerie is prepared to go cross-country. Having suddenly and suspiciously lost her job, she reluctantly takes another. The very last person she expects to greet her at the airport is Cowboy. One look into his eyes and she knows for certain its him. Valerie never thought that he could be real; hoped and prayed that he was somewhere out there, but didnt believe it. Now hes here and hes even better in person than in her dreams. Then she remembers her nightmare and all she can think is, could that be real also? Would the fantasy lover of her dreams, really grow fangs and want to bite her?
I found The Forever Kiss to be an exceptionally written, refreshing book. Immediately readers are drawn into this story by the very steamy love affair between Cade and Valerie. Angela Knight has written this cast of characters wonderfully. Ms. Knight has captured Valeries internal struggle so well, that readers also feel undecided; if she helps Cade her life is forever altered, but if she doesnt can she live with the repercussions? The Forever Kiss is filled with intriguing questions just like this. The balance of good and evil isnt always known in this book or that the good will win in the end, but readers can hope that true love conquers all. I really enjoyed this book by Angela Knight. As a new-to-me author, Ms. Knight goes straight to my auto-buy list. 5 angels!