Held As His Pet by Vonna Harper is an entertaining book. Sara and Tanner are an amazing couple. The story is set up in a fiction land where Sara and Tanner who belong to enemy nations happen to fall in love with each other. Sara is held as a captive by Tanner and he tries to get the truth out of her by using various methods. There are a lot of erotic scenes in the novel between Sara and Tanner where Sara finds her submissive side.
There is a mention of BDSM at few places which goes very well with the story.
Sara is a strong and independent woman who is in search of the truth behind the death of her brother who is presumed to be dead in the enemy nation.
Tanner is a handsome male lead with strong dominant characteristics, and yet loyal and truthful at heart.
This is not just a simple erotic novel, but there is a strong story line that cannot be missed. I totally loved the story. Out and out entertainment and if you are someone into hot scenes, I promise you that the story will leave you all hot and bothered.
A History of Kindness by Linda Hogan is a book of incredible poetry. The author talks about history, geography, animals, nature, war, love and everything that connects to the reader’s heart. It consists of five books and each book is unique in its own way. There is a beauty in the way the author weaves the words connecting the past, the present and the future.
The author who belongs to Chickasaw Nation speaks of their history and how their nation is destroyed in the name of war and modernization. These poems strongly speak how important our ancestors, language and culture are in shaping us.
Also, the poems shout out to the world to start working towards saving our planet and the living beings surviving on it. Linda remembers all the animals, bison, doe, deer, humpback whales, birds, and many more.
I thank Edelweiss Plus and Torrey House Press for sharing the ARC copy with me for review. This book is releasing on April 21, 2020. Poems like these are much needed in today’s world.
Another Shot by Stephen Anthony Brotherton by is an interesting novel. Jo-Jo comes searching for Freddie almost after thirty years. After their teenage love affair, they parted ways and moved on with their lives. How does the reentry of Jo-Jo in Freddie’s life affect him?
The rekindling of their love brings back so many memories, untold feelings and apologies. Freddie and Jo-Jo both are still in love with each other but they dont know what to do with that love. The timeline in the story is unique.
The author also mentioned a thing or two about certain mental illnesses, broken families and kids dealing with their broken parents. The best part is the author wrote this story inspired by some true events in his own life. An entertaining book. The pace felt a little slow in between the pages but the story as a whole is very sweet.
The Killing Tide by Dani Pettrey is a romantic fiction. Finn Walker a special agent with the Coastal Guard Investigative Services who is investigating the death of a Coastal Guard officer. Investigative reporter Gabby is hiding from a mafia leader whom she put behind the bars. Finn and Gabby who are stuck together investigate the serial deaths of the coastal guards.
Finn and Gabby love each other but remain calm in the fear of losing each other. Finn tries his best to keep Gabby safe while Gabby is a strong and brave journalist who won’t give up a story for any reason.
During the investigation, Finn and Gabby fall in danger’s way many times but their determination finally helps them unravel the suspense and the killer and also catch a big smuggling racket.
A sweet story of love, family, suspense and second chance. I loved it.