Behind the Curtain by Amy Lane

Behind the Curtain was an incredible read. I found it superbly entertaining.

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When You Were Pixels by Julio-Alexi Genao

When You Were Pixels is short, but it packs a brass knuckled punch. My emotions are bruised. But it hurts so good.

Raise Your Glass by John Goode

John Goode did an amazing, and I mean AMAZING job with this one.

A Solid Core of Alpha by Amy Lane

This was amazing. So close to perfection. Probably my favorite book of the year. Just wow. WOW.

Two Amazing Freebies: Love Has No Boundaries Event

Two amazing, and free, short stories from the Love Has No Boundaries Event:

The Idiots’ Tango by B. Snow

Double Exposure by Sam Kadence

Freshman: Uncut by Daisy Harris

First, let me tell you how much I love flawed characters. Complex, confused, crazy as hell characters push all my happy buttons because I can relate to them. They seem real, they have substance, and they send me through a super intense ride on the emotional rollercoaster. Add that to the fact that I love Daisy Harris books because they feel like cuddling up with a favorite blanket (the characters are always loveable, and their interactions and humorous dialogue keep me grinning the entire time) and you will understand why I was in heaven reading this.