REVIEW: The Case of the Sexy Shakespearean

Blurb:Dr. Llewellyn Lewis leads a double life, as both an awkward but distinguished history professor and the more flamboyant Ramon Rondell, infamous writer of sensational historical theories. It’s Ramon who first sets eyes on a gorgeous young man dancing in a club, but Llewellyn who meets teaching assistant Blaise Arthur formally at an event held for wealthy socialite Anne de Vere, descendant of Edward de Vere, seventeenth Earl of Oxford—who some believe was the real Shakespeare. Anne wants Llewellyn to prove that claim, even though many have tried and failed. And she’s willing to offer a hefty donation to the university if he succeeds.

It also means a chance for Llewellyn to get to know Blaise much better.

Not everyone thinks Llewellyn should take the case—or the money. Between feuding siblings, rival patrons, jealous colleagues, and greedy administrators, almost anyone could be trying to thwart his work… and one of them is willing to kill to do it.

When Anne de Vere turns up dea…

REVIEW: Fourplay by Jayne Rylon

Summary:It’s normal to drool over three devastatingly handsome, charismatic, and rich AF men, right?

Well, not when they’re your bosses.

Especially not if you find out they like to share their lovers and you can’t stop fantasizing about being at the center of their attention during boring meetings.

And definitely not when you have a former co-worker who didn't understand the meaning of the word "no" harassing you.

But that’s Kari’s life, and now she needs to decide what to do about it: follow her heart, or forfeit the chance to discover what it’s like to live out her wildest dreams.
Title:  Fourplay
Series:  Ever After Duet
Book #: 1
Author:  Jayne Rylon
Approximate Book Length:  161 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Explicit

Thoughts:This book can stand alone, however I think it definitely reads better if you've read the 4Ever books. It picks up right where the last one left off and features that quartet frequently. In fact they're a sort …

AUDIOBOOK REVIEW: Immortal Guardians Series by Dianne Duvall

I absolutely LOVE the Immortal Guardians series by Dianne Duvall!  I'm the type of person that will not only reread books, but have them in multiple formats.  I have the paperbacks, ebooks, and audiobooks.  Audiobooks are special because the books are given voice.  I like audiobooks because I can listen to them while I walk (which is my preferred form of exercise), but I generally have to listen to ones I've already read or I miss things.  
While these were not my first audiobooks, there were the ones that made me fall in love with them.  Dianne Duvall created this amazing world with her Immortal Guardians, and Kirsten Potter brings that world to life.  It is because of her that I've become pretty picky with my audiobooks.  She does an incredible job giving each character a distinct voice that even matches the book's description.  You end up feeling like they're real people and your friends.  She captures the tone of each scene perfectly, making you feel like you&…

AUDIOBOOK REVIEW: Night Huntress Series by Jeaniene Frost

Tavia Gilbert is my second favorite audiobook narrator.  The Night Huntress series is another favorite and she does a wonderful job bringing the characters to life.  She captures every nuance in the characters and every emotion in any scene.  In addition to the writing, Tavia Gilbert's performance keeps you emotionally invested and completely riveted throughout all the books.

She also narrates the other spinoff books set in this world and there were a couple of those between books 6 and 7.  I notice that Ms. Gilbert doesn't quite sound the same as Bones in book 7 as she did in 6.  This threw me off just a little bit, but everything is still great.  This is another set of audiobooks that are captivating and I can listen to them over and over again!