Book Reviews

Cash Remington and the Missing Heiress by Celia Aaron

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 69
Series: Sexy Dreadfuls #1
Genre: Erotica
Publish: May 17th 2016
Rating: 2 stars


I’m the best operator in the entire agency. The plum assignments—always mine. So when an American heiress goes missing, I’m the guy they call to get her back. Rescuing Collette Stanford is my mission. What I do to her after that is purely up to me, as long as she makes it back to the States in one piece. I’ll kill the bad guys, get the girl, and get a little taste of what the heiress has to offer. None of this is negotiable. I’m Cash Remington, and I never miss. 

Content Warning: This standalone novella stars an alpha male who never misses. It’s full of sex and violence. It’s an erotic adventure, not a romance, and is not “safe.” If you’re cool with these caveats, enjoy! 


TBR 2019 Challenge: 833 books

Well I was practically rolling my eyes with this one. I’m glad it was short.

As much as I love Celia Aaron, this wasn’t my favorite of hers.

On to the next one.

Book Reviews

Runes of Royalty by G. Bailey

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 280
Series: A Demon’s Fall #4 Final installment
Genre: Fantasy, Reverse Harem, Angels, Demons
Publish: February 11th 2019
Rating: 3.5 stars


Protector. Angel. Assassin…and now Queen. 
Evie is now queen of the protectors, and rumoured queen of the demons aswell, but dealing with the black magic she can’t control is far more dangerous than either of those titles. 
The protectors have fallen, demons along with them, and earth is not far behind. 
Can Nix, Trex, Connor and Azi help Evie survive a power no one understands? Or knows how to stop… 
With random portals opening everywhere on earth, a war to be won and Cex tracking her every move, can the assassin-now queen- win the war? 
Demons will rule.
18+ RH


TBR 2019 Challenge: 834 books (On hold till series end)

How do I put this? Well for starters I like the series. The ending was a bit lack luster for me. I don’t know if it’s because I have been slowly getting out of the mood for RH fantasy, or if it has to do with the fact I wasn’t the biggest fan of this book.

Everyone seemed all lovey dovey. It was as great as the first three books.

I don’t know. Maybe it’s just me.