Monday, April 25, 2011

New stuff

Im adding some new pages such as marked to read, my library, and possibly a page that will focus on new authors I find. Check them out and please let me know what you think!

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Show me the Ropes by Roz Lee

This is my first typed review so please be nice. Just finished reading an ebook called show me the ropes.  I liked the main characters Fallon and Richard for the most part. The setting of the lothario as a ship of sexual freedom seemed an easy way to add lots of sex into the plot. Lots of sex in a book is usually great, but I did feel like some of it was overkill. Fallon and I both didnt understand why "One minute he was demanding she submit, and the next he was apologizing for giving her the most amazing orgasm she’d ever had. It didn’t make any sense."I found some parts uncomfortable. "More lube and another finger joined the other two. “You’re tight, sweetheart. Relax. Let me in.” ?.......his other hand massaged and stretched her anus." tight? No shit...
It seemed a bit cheesy when he calls her sweetheart while he talks dirty to her. Seemed the mood of the moment couldn't stay on one track. If there is dirty trash talk, it might just be me but, loving pet names shouldn't be added in.

 I was confused as to how Richard could spend so much time with Fallon for five days, but the next day after FINALLY having sex (for the first and tenth time), he disappears for two days. How did he suddenly become that busy?

F~ “Me either, but let’s not be in any hurry.”
R~ “I’m not. I love you.”
F~ “I love you too.”
R~ “I’ve got to go. Vacation is nice, but as long as I’m onboard I’ve got responsibilities.”

The main theme of ropes for BDSM was quite evident because ropes in all forms were definately used in this book....sailing rope, labia ropes, and even a rope with a butt plug. Now with all the negative, I did like the devotion of Fallon and Richard because of a timeless emotion of "love at first sight." it was also nice that they both felt safe and loved with each other enough to test their boundaries and fears. they are certainly meant for each other. I also liked that the author tied multiple problems into the story and made them work together in the end. I give it a 3 rating. Ok story but i wont reread anytime soon.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Choosing the next book

I have read many books from Ward's BDB, Hamilton's Anita Blake, Eloisa James' series, Kresley Cole and more. Why oh why didn't I write those reviews while reading the books? Anyway, I have a HUGE "to be read" pile at home with at least 50 books in it and I havenT a clue as to how to pick the first one. Most are books that are in a series but I'm missing one or two while others are stand alone.
Should I just jump into a series and add the other books when I get them? Should I read my stand alones? I want to be able to pick up a book that I can honestly say I want to take the time to review. I think what it boils down to is the fact that I'm nearing the end of my degree in school and things are getting pretty hard. So what's the easiest choice for a girl who should be concentrating on school but MUST read? I'll let you know!

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Huge book giveaway!!

Go to to join in the fun! I know I did...

Monday, April 11, 2011

Well, hello....

Ive read a bunch of books in the past year and decided to share my reviews with the world. I'm just starting out and hope that I can offer something that you will enjoy. It always feels great to speak with other readers about a book you like and even those you didn't. Thanks for checking my boudoir of books out!!