ARC Review: Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller

Big Sky Mountain
(Book #2 in the Swoon Worthy Cowboys Series)

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Author: Linda Lael Miller
Publisher: HQN Books
Release Date: July 24, 2012
Genre: Romance, 384 pages


With his rugged good looks, vast wealth and family name, hell-raiser Hutch Carmody is still the golden boy of Parable, Montana. But he's done some growing up-making peace with his illegitimate half brother and inheriting half of Whisper Creek Ranch, which should have been all his. These days, Hutch knows there are some things money can't buy: like the heart of loving, ladylike divorcĂ© e Kendra Shepherd. 

Kendra's quiet mansion reminds her of what she wants most-a devoted husband and the pitter-patter of little feet. She can't get Hutch Carmody out of her mind. But a rough-and-tumble cowboy like Hutch, coming home for family dinner? Seems crazy! Then again, crazier dreams have become reality under the vast Montana sky.


Calling off a wedding is one thing, calling off a wedding during the actual wedding is another thing entirely. And the town sure does keep talking when Hutch Carmody, a rich rancher with a way for leaving broken hearts behind him, calls off his wedding while his would-have-been bride Brylee Parish is walking down the isle. Kendra Shepherd is no new witness to the ways of Hutch Carmody, having been through the romp with Hutch, Kendra can't afford to let her heart have it's way when it comes to him. Especially since she now has a daughter. 

Let me just say that this book is better than the first. Right from the first page I was captured by what was going on & how in the hell could someone get married and have kids during the interim of the two books! And then I was brought back to serenity when I kept reading. Hutch is definitely a swoon worthy cowboy, Aside from his good hunky dory looks, I think men who respond to children & show a loving heart to them are definitely swoon worthy. We are introduced to Madison, Kendra's adopted daughter, in the beginning of the book & the conversations this little girl has brought a different element to the book entirely. Picking up a romance, you're more entitled to be enthralled by the couple the book surrounds but, as the book progresses, you can't help but love this little girl. Kendra Sheperd is caring around a lot of issues, all from her past. Having love and lost with Hutch Carmody and having been married and divorced to Madison's father, Kendra is trying to change around her life entirely to give her daughter what she never had. Love.

There is a lot I liked about this book. First, Hutch. Laaaawd, let me have a man like that & I'm good to go! Hutch is different from his brother Slade Barlow. Where Slade is more quiet & thought provoking, Hutch will speak his mind & speak it right there on the spot. And he's great with children... I mean, come on.. totally won me there! What I didn't like... well, I can't say I didn't like anything.. unless I can say I wish there was more smutty scenes? But then again, that wouldn't have boded well for the book. But, let me just say that Hutch Carmody sounds like a great lover. He loves him some foreplay & won't have it any other way. Kendra is one lucky woman to have a man devour her like he does ;) 

I would definitely recommend this book. If you're looking for something light and fun, then Hutch Carmody is just what you need :) I am definitely looking forward to the next book in this series. Big Sky River is said to be released by December 18, 2012. There is no blurb, but I'm sure I know just who's story it's going to be & I am super excited for it! 


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What's In My Beach Bag #1

Hey! Okay, this week has been pretty hectic. Haven't gotten much reading done but, I did go out and buy a lot of books & I received a few as well!
What I Bought:

♥City of Bones & Burned: I bought these from Goodwill for a total of $8.00
♥Rhymes with Witches & McKettrick's Pride: I bought these from a thrift store for a total of $0.80
♥Born In Fire, Guilty Pleasures, Bloody Bones, Burnt Offerings & The Body Guard: I bought from the dollar book store for a total of: $6.00
♥Wicked Nights: I bought from CVS for $8.00 

That's a grand total of *drum roll please*... $22.80 .... yeah, I'm a happy camper hehe.. That's great for 10 books huh? :)

What I Received ♥From Braine & Cimmaron over at Talk Supe... Thanks!!♥:

I am super excited to read all of these books, some of them are a part of a series & I got them because I couldn't pass up the great deal! So yeah, hopefully next week my schedule isn't going to be as hectic as this week & I get more down for some R&R! Lawd know's I need it. That's it for my haul! What did you get? :)

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I have some winners here at Salacious Reads...

Joanne Balinski for the Hot Summers Night Erotic Giveaway

Shadow Kohler
Filia Oktarina
For the Don't Call Me Angel Giveaway

Thanks Guys for entering, following and all that good stuff ;)

Congrats!! Emails have been sent

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18 & Over Book Blogger Follow

18 & Over Book Blogger Follow is a weekly feature that begins on Fridays and runs through the weekend, hosted by Crystal from Reading Between the Wines. This is a Friday blog hop with the objective to find and visit other book blogs that share the same interest as you, namely books geared towards the 18 & over crowd, and make some new friends!

How to join in:
-You should run a book blog that features and reviews mostly adult reads, some Y.A.’s are okay but 18 & over adult reads should be your majority.
-Make a separate post for the 18 & Over Book Blogger Follow on your blog.
-Copy the html for the button above and place it at the top of your post.
-List & answer the ‘Question of the Week.’
-Place your name and blog title in the linky back & RBTWBC and the url for a direct link to your post
-Visit the other blogs on the list and say 'Hi!' Following each blog is not mandatory but I know it is always appreciated, and if someone comments saying they’re a new follower it’s polite to follow back. It’s always nice to spread the 18 & Over Book Blogging love!
-Contact Crystal @ (readingbetweenthewines10 at gmail dot com) with any questions!

Question of the Week: If you could only gift one book to someone which book would it be?

mmmmm....good question, very good question, let's see...I would have to go with a current read too. And that would be Don't Call Me Angel by Alisha Wright Brewster.

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Not you typical Fallen Angel read. Her main character Six, I took a instant liking too an that's saying a lot for me because it sometimes takes me a while to warm up to the female lead. And the story was very good.

Thats it for me...now what about you?

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18 & Over Book Blogger Follow #6

18 & Over Book Blogger Follow is a weekly feature that begins on Fridays and runs through the weekend, hosted by Crystal from Reading Between the Wines. This is a Friday blog hop with the objective to find and visit other book blogs that share the same interest as you, namely books geared towards the 18 & over crowd, and make some new friends!

This Weeks Question:
If you could only gift one book to someone which book would it be?

For YA, I would gift the first book in the Moganville Vampire Series by Rachel Caine. Because, everyone needs to read them! lol.

From the author of the popular Weather Warden series. Welcome to Morganville, Texas.

Just don't stay out after dark.

College freshman Claire Danvers has had enough of her nightmarish dorm situation, where the popular girls never let her forget just where she ranks in the school's social scene: somewhere less than zero.

When Claire heads off-campus, the imposing old house where she finds a room may not be much better. Her new roommates don't show many signs of life. But they'll have Claire's back when the town's deepest secrets come crawling out, hungry for fresh blood.

Hmm..  And for Adult, I would gift the first book in the Georgina Kincaid series by Richelle Mead. Love this series :)

Succubus (n.) An alluring, shape-shifting demon who seduces and pleasures mortal men.
Pathetic (adj.) A succubus with great shoes and no social life. See: Georgina Kincaid.

When it comes to jobs in hell, being a succubus seems pretty glamorous. A girl can be anything she wants, the wardrobe is killer, and mortal men will do anything just for a touch. Granted, they often pay with their souls, but why get technical?

But Seattle succubus Georgina Kincaid's life is far less exotic. Her boss is a middle-management demon with a thing for John Cusack movies. Her immortal best friends haven't stopped teasing her about the time she shape-shifted into the Demon Goddess getup complete with whip and wings. And she can't have a decent date without sucking away part of the guy's life. At least there's her day job at a local bookstore--free books; all the white chocolate mochas she can drink; and easy access to bestselling, sexy writer, Seth Mortensen, aka He Whom She Would Give Anything to Touch but Can't.

But dreaming about Seth will have to wait. Something wicked is at work in Seattle's demon underground. And for once, all of her hot charms and drop-dead one-liners won't help because Georgina's about to discover there are some creatures out there that both heaven and hell want to deny...
What about you? What book would you gift?
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Feature & Follow #2

Feature & Follow is a weekly meme hosted by, Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. Each week, each host will have their own Feature Blog which allows them to show off more new blogs! It is a fun way to keep in touch with fellow bloggers, meet new bloggers and gain new followers.

This Weeks Question Is:

Birthday Wishes -- Blow out the candles and imagine what character could pop out of your cake...who is it and what book are they from?
Oooh that one is def easy to answer. I would love to have any one of the brothers from Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward (BDB Series) pop out of my cake... wait... is it possible to make a big ass cake so that all the brothers fit inside? hehe ;) cause... yeah, I'd be one very happy birthday girl xD *fans self* yeah.. definitely a birthday cake to remember. All that sezzyness in one deliciously dangerous cake. yummy ;)

What about you? What character would you like to see pop out of your birthday cake?

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Review Request: A Measure Risk by Natasha Blackthorne

Published:April 9, 2012
Format:eBook (Review)
Series: Regency Risks #1
Available:Total eBound

Blurb (Goodreads)

Book one in the Regency Risks Series

He is her most dangerous temptation, the only man she has ever trusted and now he is demanding her submission. Dare she take the risk?

Emotionally scarred in the horrific accident that took her husband’s life, Lady Cranfield is imprisoned by her lingering terror of horses and carriages. Lady Cranfield longed to be closer to the fascinating Earl of Ruel. She sensed intuitively that he could teach her how to overcome the terrors that held her in bondage.

And now she’s willing to risk almost anything-her reputation, even her virtue-to find out. But what he proposes startles her.

When the shy, studious and socially awkward young widow approached him, Ruel instantly sensed she would be the sweetest, most submissive experience of a lifetime-if only he can gain her total and complete trust. He makes her a non-negotiable offer. His help in return for her submission and obedience.

But Lady Cranfield grew up neglected by her ducal parents, raised by servants and then later ignored by her handsome, charming husband. She’s learnt to protect her heart at all costs and she trusts no one but herself.

How can the jaded Earl of Ruel break through her self-protective defences and show her how to love when he has spent his lifetime avoiding that tender trap?

Reader Advisory: This is a work of historical fiction, it is not meant to be an accurate portrayal of or guide to how people recover from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It is also not meant to be an accurate portrayal of modern BDSM or D/s lifestyles

My Review

Like Natasha Blackthorne’s other historical romance, a Measured Risk isn’t your ordinary bodice ripper…why? Because these chicks are taking off theirs off eagerly and that is not a bad thing at all. Still an erotic romance, A Measured Risk is more BDSM. Our female lead Anne is submissive and Jon, our male lead is of course the dominant.

Lady Anne Cranfield has lost her husband in a terrible carriage accident and is now emotionally scarred. Whereas she use to love being around horses, she now has a terrible type of phobia around both horses and carriages because of the accident; she is now physically trapped living with her husband’s cousin and wife. On a day she decides to take a walk towards the stables, she comes across the Earl of Ruel, Jon and is totally taken away with his strength. She senses something in him and un-wittily agrees to have him teach her to overcome her fears in exchange for her total submission.

Jon, Earl of Ruel is totally taken away with Lady Cranfield as well. He’s always been attracted to her dark beauty and couldn’t understand why she was married to her husband, as in his opinion they weren’t properly matched. He knew Anne was submissive, but trying to get her to actually submit was a fight he wasn’t quite prepared for.

I loved everything about this story, it was so good. But want I loved most was Jon patience with Anne. He was a strong male lead and very dominant, but his patience with her was just…I can’t even explain it. I mean just reading this story, you knew this man as dominant as he was, was falling in love with this woman.
Anne was submissive to Jon in the bedroom, but she fought him outside of it. And I could understand that. She grew up with parents who were never around…raised by her nanny. So she was emotionally cold and that hurt her first marriage and damn near ruined her relationship with Jon. But my girl got smart and you know what? Jon didn’t give up on her even as she pushed him away. Even when she thought it was too late, he came roaring in at the end to let her know that it wasn’t. I seriously loved that.

I haven’t been disappointed with a Natasha Blackthorne historical romance as of yet and I don’t think I ever will be. Her writing always draws me in from beginning to end. There always seems to be this power struggle between her characters. But it always a good struggle, you know? Like I said before, these woman are strong and independent in a time when as a woman you’re not supposed to be, you are suppose to depend on the man. And the men, yes..they are strong and dominant, but they also support their women in everything. These men are written with strength and purpose.

Thank you Natasha for helping me love historical romance onceagain.

5 Kisses

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Dirty Little Secret #7

Dirty Little Secret is a weekly meme hosted by Under the Covers. Every Thursday they get to know other bloggers and their readers more intimately by asking a question hoping to reveal dirty little secrets.
To join in the fun all you need to do is: 

1. Be a follower of Under the Covers. 
2. Create a post in your blog taking the meme image and copy instructions. 
3. Answer the question they propose! This can be done in any way you like, post a video, write a post etc. 

 This Week, the Question Is: 
Half the year has gone by already!  Tell us your favorite books so far!
Ahhh.. Okay, so I haven't read that many books this year.. I know, I know... big time slacker! But, in my defense, my iTouch broke & I did all... and I mean ALL my reading on that thing! :( So... Since then I've been venturing off to book stores (which isn't much) and then reading books here on my computer (which I dislike, because... it's just not comfortable!) Now.. back to the question at hand.. my favorite books so far this year would have to be...

♥The Hunger Games Series by Suzanne Collins

♥Samantha Moon by J.R. Rain
♥Kade's Dark Embrace by Kym Grosso

P.S. I am currently holding giveaways for Samantha Moon & Kade's Dark Embrace 
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Chattin' It Up + Giveaway With Kym Grosso

Let's give a big warm welcome to Kym Grosso! Author of Kade's Dark Embrace!

Visit/Contact Kym here:

Ana: Welcome to Beach Bum Reads! I am super excited that you could join me today!
Kym:  Thanks so much for having me to Beach Bum Reads!  It is great to be here!

Ana: Can you tell us a little about yourself?
Kym:  I live in Pennsylvania with my husband, two children, our dog, Ace and guinea pig, Cheddar. When I am not writing, I spend my time with my children, doing autism advocacy, reading, playing tennis, going to zumba and traveling. New Orleans is one of our favorite places to visit with its rich culture and unique cuisine. But we also love traveling just about anywhere that has a beach or snow covered mountains. 

I love reading mysteries, romances and about all things vampires, werewolves and other supernaturals. Kade's Dark Embrace is my debut paranormal romance novel. I have also written and published several articles about autism.  

Ana: What was the first book that got you into reading?
Kym: When I was younger, one of the first books that really got me into reading was Kiss the Girls by James Patterson. It was an incredibly scary and engrossing psychological thriller.  But after having children and going into the corporate rat race, I became really busy; there was less and less time to read.  

About two years ago, I really got back into reading again when I started reading The Sookie Stackhouse Series by Charlene Harris, which I loved.  Soon after, I stumbled onto the Black Dagger Brotherhood by JR Ward, and it really got me hooked on reading again.  I am a huge fan of JR Ward.  After I finished the BDB series, I bought a Kindle and now am totally addicted to reading. I literally have hundreds of books on my Kindle. 

Ana: What/who inspired you to become a writer?
Kym:  I would have to say that my son inspired and continues to inspire me.  I developed a late interest in writing after my son was diagnosed with autism, and I started advocating on his behalf. Three years ago, I started my own website, AutismInRealLife.com and now blog and write articles about autism for PsychologyToday.com.

As far as writing romance, I actually started writing a book about autism, but I had a block on where to go with it.  I love, love, love reading paranormal romances.  So I decided to write a paranormal romance, and I wrote Kade’s Dark Embrace last winter.

Ana: Is there anything you want to say to inspiring writers?
Kym: I would tell them that if they want to write a book or articles, they need to write, but also publish their stories/blogs/books.  It gets you in the habit of writing, editing, receiving feedback, etc.  The more you write, the more comfortable you are in your own skin, so to speak.  If you are writing non-fiction, like I do with autism, write what you know and write from the heart. There is no doubt that it can be a little scary putting yourself out there.  But keep writing and have faith.

Ana: Let me just say that I absolutely loved Kade’s Dark Embrace… But, let me pretend I didn’t read it for a minute... Can you tell us what it’s about?
Kym:  Kade’s Dark Embrace is a fast paced, spicy paranormal romance which is a little bit of a mystery/thriller as well. The story involves a series of murders where girls are ritualistically killed in Philadelphia.  Sydney Willows, a seasoned detective, is forced to work with the very sexy, alpha vampire, Kade Issacson.  Sydney finds herself inexplicably drawn to Kade, yet she is annoyed to have to share her case. Kade is captivated by the independent, fiery detective. As he attempts to protect her from a very real murderer, Kade grows concerned that the beautiful, but very human detective is in danger.

The investigation leads them into a dark and dangerous world, deep in the heart of New Orleans, where together, they search for the perpetrators of the Voodoo killings. Sydney soon becomes the target of the killer, and they both end up fighting for their lives and love in the Big Easy. 

Ana: Who was the hardest character for you to write?
Kym:  This is a tough question.  I think probably Etienne. He wasn’t a huge character in this book, so there is not much information on him yet.  I am still deciding on how his character will evolve in the future and his backstory, but my feel right now is that he is a less experienced but strong vampire.  And of course, he will be totally hot when he finally gets his own book someday. :)

Ana: If you could go on a date with Kade, Lucas or Tristan, who would you choose and where would this date take place?
Kym: Great question! Hmmm…Why not take all three?  J But if that’s not an option, I would probably choose Kade.  After all, he is the head vamp in New Orleans.  First, we’d go to the Court of Two Sisters for a romantic, candlelit dinner outside in the courtyard.  Then, we’d go do Bourbon Street, find a Zydeco band and go dancing!

Ana:  Now, I know Luca’s Magic Embrace (Book #2 in the Immortals of New Orleans) is coming out this summer… can you spill some deets on what to expect?
Kym:  Well, Luca will definitely find love.  J He’s not generally fond of humans, so it will be interesting to see how he fights his deep attraction to Samantha.  She’s a witch now, so she’s told, but she can’t seem to find her powers.  Her life in danger, and they don’t know who or why someone would want her dead.  She tries to escape and outrun the danger, but it follows her out of state.  Luca finds her, and they are forced to return to New Orleans to face the perpetrators.

Ana: Are you currently working on anything? Care to dish?
Kym:  I am busy writing "Luca's Magic Embrace", which is due out Fall 2012.  So excited that Luca is going to find love.  After Luca's book is finished, I will start Tristan's.  
I will also be writing autism articles on PsychologyToday.com.  I try to publish at least one or two articles every quarter.

Ana: Okay, last question… and I’ve gotta ask… are you a beach bum?
Kym:  I am most definitely a beach bum.  I just spent last Saturday at the beach…reading my Kindle, of course. :)

Ana: Thanks for stopping by! It was a pleasure having you here today :)
Kym: Thank you so much for having me.  I really appreciate the interview.  It was a lot of fun.

Kade's Dark Embrace
(Book #1 in the Immortals of New Orleans Series)
Author: Kym Grosso
Publisher: Self Published (March 5, 2012)
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Erotica, 193 Pages
ISBN-10: 0615613373

              Click Here for my review
Concluding our chat with Kym, she is going to giveaway 3 copies of Kade's Dark Embrace! 1 paperback copy & 2 eBook copies to 3 lucky readers!

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Waiting On Wednesday #1

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.


Into The Woods
(Tales From The Hollows & Beyond)
Kim Harrison

Publisher: Harper Voyager; Original edition
Publish Date: Oct. 9, 2012
Genre: UF, PNR, 528 pages
ISBN-10: 0061974323
Preorder: Amazon | B&N

I am a huge Rachel Morgan fan! Love, love, love The Hollows series. Ahh. Oct. 9 is a pretty long wait... but, hey, birthday present! woot :) If a few days late. Can't wait to read this! *Slowly marking off the day's til Oct. 9th*

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Review: Stealing Breath by Joanne Brothwell

Stealing Breath
(Book #1 in the Stealing Breath Series)

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Author: Joanne Brothwell
Publisher: Crescent Moon Press (March 1, 2012)
Genre: Paranormal Romance, 258 pages


Deep in the backwoods of North Dakota, twenty-one year old Sarah Ross is searching for a missing child when she is attacked by a glowing-eyed, transparent... creature. Sarah survives, destroying the monster by using mysterious abilities she didn't even know she had. Bloody and bruised, Sarah flees the scene and runs directly into Evan Valente, a handsome, charismatic stranger who helps her back to safety. But what is Evan doing out in the forest at five in the morning? Turning to a healer, Sarah is shocked to learn her eyes bear the mark of the Indigo Child-an evolved human with the ability to feel the emotions of others. But her indigo aura also makes her an easy target for those who wish to consume her powerful essence. Soon, Sarah is falling deeply in love with Evan and wants nothing more than to follow her heart and trust that he is the man he says he is. But she can't ignore the lingering feeling that Evan is hiding a terrible secret. The deeper she digs, the more danger she faces, leading her on a course that will force her to face the darkest, innermost parts of her soul.

Sarah Ross isn't like most people. She is able to feel the emotions of those around her, washing over her like a raw blanket of feelings. Running into Evan Valente, a handsome man with a thousand watt smile, right after her run in with a Skinwalker who was after her soul, Sarah doesn't know whats happening but she knows it's bad. There's a connection between Evan and Sarah that neither one of them can explain, but they know that together they are stronger and when Skinwalkers come out to feed on Sarah's soul there is no time for hesitation. 

Sarah Ross can feel the emotions of everyone around her is definitely weird, but what she doesn't know is that shes something more... more than just human. Sarah is an Indigo Child. A rare being who has a sixth sense and supernatural powers. (BTW, how frkn cool is that.. can I be a Crimson Child? lol) Sarah is slowly learning about herself in this book. Being faced with a Skinwalker for the first time has Sarah turning to her friends mother of the Wakina Tribe to see just what it is that attacked her and soon finds out what it wanted... her soul. Evan hides a secret from Sarah that tears them apart, but Evan can't help but still love Sarah and try and help her. Even after explaining everything to Sarah, she doesn't trust him fully but, can't help to still have feelings for him. Or hide the fact that together they are stronger and can beat the Skinwalkers.

There are a number of things I liked about this book... First, Skinwalkers.. totally new to me and I thought it made the book really good. Also, the whole concept of Indigo Child and indigo auras. I like how Brothwell was able to explain more about what an Indigo Child is and what Skinwalkers are through information from the Wakina Tribe. Definitely different from using google lol. For what I didn't like... Well, the book was a bit slow for me to get into.. it might have been the fact that I didn't read the prequel for this series and I was thrown into a missing child case. But when I got to the second chapter I was hooked. Other than that, I don't have any other complaints.

Stealing Breath was a pretty good read for me. And Skinwalkers are definitely new to me as well. I was a little iffy about reading this book but, I 'm glad I read it.  Brothwell really brought something new to the table with this book. I couldn't really categorize this book though. It's not really YA but then again it's not totally Adult either. So let's go with Young-Adult-On-The-Verge-of-Adulthood lol. I would definitely recommend this book, but since I was a bit thrown in the beginning I would suggest you read the prequel before you read this book. If you're looking for a something different in the paranormal world I suggest you pick up this book and have a go at it! Great read :)


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Weekly Round Up


Hi and Happy Sunday!

So this post is my way of letting you know what went down at Salacious Reads this past week. I had big fun...there were reviews, giveaways, and of course all the fun memes I like to participate in. And I got some cool books through NetGalley, take a gander....

Veil of Pearls by MaryLu Tyndall
Don't Call Me Angel by Alicia Wright Brewster
Emily's Seduction by Natasha Blackthorne

My Own
Tuesday Jams (my own little joy of sharing music)
Dirty Little Secret (Under the Covers)
18 & Over Blogger Follow (Reading between the Wines)

Blop Hop
Hot Summer Nights Erotic Blog Hop (this ends today...so you still have some time to enter!)

There was a Winner announced in the LOVEStruck Hop and also there is a Giveaway going on for the Alicia Brewster Tour for her book Don't Call Me Angel.

*Books received for Review thru NetGalley.

*Books Brought thru B&N for my NOOK.

I also received all of the books in Cynthia Eden's Bound series thru TalkSupeThanks Braine,  Cimmaron & Cynthia!

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Brazen Babe Reviews begin its inception in the Year of Our Lord 2014. It's the brain child of two bloggers Ana (Beach Bum Reviews) and Sharonda (SalaciousReads). Here in our lovely little corner of the inter-web, we will share our love of pop culture which will encompass books, movies, TV, make-up and you know life...

Sooo...Relax, have a glass of wine (or whatever your poison is) sit back and enjoy!

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