Scavenger Hunt: Easy Love by Kristen Proby

Easy Love

Easy Love (Boudreaux, #1)

Kristen Proby

March 3, 2015




Eli Boudreaux’s family has built ships and boats in Louisiana for generations. He comes from a hardworking, wealthy family and his empire is growing by leaps and bounds. At thirty, he is the youngest CEO to ever head Bayou Enterprises, co-chairing with his eldest brother. His head for business and his no-nonsense work ethic is also quickly making him the best the company has seen in generations. His staff admires him, women adore him and Eli’s family is solid. But he’s recently discovered that someone on the inside of his business is stealing from him and he’s determined to find out who.

Kate O’Shaughnessy is hired by companies all over the world to slip inside and investigate every member of the organization from the CEO down to the custodial staff to find the person or persons responsible for embezzling. She’s excellent at blending, becoming part of the team, and finding the weakest link. She’s smart, quick-witted, and she’s now been hired by Bayou Enterprises, specifically Eli Boudreaux. The attraction is immediate and the chemistry is off the charts, but Kate has heard all about Eli’s playboy past and she has a job to do. Sleeping with the boss isn’t a part of that job, even if just the sound of her name rolling off that Cajun tongue and the way he fills out a designer suit does make her sweat.

Eli’s southern charms surprise Kate. The man whose reputation labels him as a ruthless, callous womanizer is not the man she’s coming to know intimately. He’s generous, protective and makes her smile. Cracking through Kate’s cool, reserved demeanor and discovering her love of sexy, expensive lingerie is a challenge Eli can’t resist, but her sweet nature, love of family and sense of humor pull at him in ways no one else ever has.

But when the person responsible for trying to single-handedly dismantle Eli’s empire comes to light, and it’s time for Kate to move on, to what lengths will Eli go to keep the woman he’s fallen in love with by his side?


“Huh?” I blink rapidly and try to focus. “What did you say?”

He sets the knife on the cutting board and smiles. “What were you just thinking about?”

My first reaction is to say nothing, but instead I walk very slowly around the island toward him. I was thinking about licking you.

He leans his hips against the island and crosses his arms, making his biceps flex, and just like that, I want to tear his clothes off.

“Is that right?”

I nod.

“Where would you like to lick me?”

I grin and drag a fingertip down his neck. “Right here.”

He swallows hard, making me even wetter. I love turning him on. 

“You’re distracting me,” he says evenly, and it would bruise my ego if his eyes hadn’t just dilated and the pulse in his neck sped up.

“I think that’s the point.”

He shakes his head and returns to chopping. “I’m cooking dinner.”

“I don’t particularly give a crap about dinner.”

He smiles, like he always does when I don’t use the usual curse words, but doesn’t look me in the eye.

“You’ll give a shit later, cher. You’ll need the energy for what I have planned.”

“That sounds fun.” I cup his very firm, stellar ass in my hand and kiss his bicep. “Let’s skip to that part.”

He laughs, turns and lifts me into his arms, my legs wrapped around his waist, and kisses me mindless, until I can’t think; I can’t even feel my fingertips.

But I can sure as heck feel the pulsing between my legs.

The next thing I know, he sets me on the counter top, plants a smacking kiss on my lips and backs away, returning to the cutting board just a few feet away.


I stick my lower lip out in a pout and bat my eyes at him, but he just reaches over and smooths the pad of his thumb over my lip, drags his knuckles down my cheek, and whispers, “Trust me. Let me feed you. Let me pamper you a bit. I like it.”

Well, how in the heck am I supposed to say no to that?

“Can I snack while you cook?” I ask, as he chops through celery surprisingly quickly.

“Sure.” He passes me a celery stalk. “Wine?”


He pours us each a glass of white, we clink our glasses together, and take a sip before he resumes chopping and I munch my celery.

“You feed me a lot.” 

“You’re a good eater.”

I pause with the celery halfway to my mouth and frown at him. 

“What are you implying?”

“That you eat well?” He asks with a shrug.

I glance down at my small-ish chest and flat-ish stomach and then back at him. “Am I fat?”

He busts out laughing, not breaking his stride in his chopping. 

“No, Kate. You’re not fat. You enjoy food. And in doing so, I enjoy watching you eat. I’d feed you every meal every day if I could.”


“Can I have more celery?”

He grins, passes me the celery, and kisses me soundly before pulling away to get back to work. 

Sitting here, watching him cook, is not a hardship in the least. 



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New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Kristen Proby is the author of the popular With Me in Seattle series. She has a passion for a good love story and strong characters who love humor and have a strong sense of loyalty and family. Her men are the alpha type—fiercely protective and a bit bossy—and her ladies are fun, strong, and not afraid to stand up for themselves. Kristen spends her days with her muse in the Pacific Northwest. She enjoys coffee, chocolate, and sunshine. And naps. Visit her at

Review: Revive Me by Charity Ferrell


Title: Revive Me

Author: Charity Ferrell

Date of Publication: November 4, 2014




When I lost him, I lost myself. Tessa Benson is lost. The most important person in her life is dead. And everyone she loves left with him. She’s doing everything she can to mask her pain. Even if it means traveling down the road of destruction. Dawson Thomas has loved her for years. But she’s his dead best friend’s sister. He made a promise to stay away from her. He also promised to always protect her. She’s destroying herself and time is running out. Will he hurt her by keeping his word or break his promise to save her?


Christina’s Four Star Review

Tessa lost her twin brother Tanner in a school shooting their junior year. His death turned her family inside out and has changed the relationships she had with everyone around her. Both of her parents have checked out, choosing to self-medicate with alcohol. Her best friend (Tanner was her boyfriend) has completely pulled away from Tessa and avoids her at all costs. Dawson, Tanner’s best friend and the boy that Tessa has been in love with for years, treats her with kid gloves. It is only her younger brother that brings any semblance of normalcy to their lives. Unfortunately because her parents are there in body only, she must look after him as well.

On the first day of her senior year she is at a new school and immediately makes the acquaintance of Reese, resident bad boy. He takes an interest in Tessa, which she quickly latches on to because he treats her normally, not as a charity case or as a side show freak. But as her relationship with Reese gets more serious, she too begins to medicate herself with drugs and alcohol. When the relationship with Reese takes a turn for the worse, she finally hits rock bottom, but will it be too late? Will Tessa’s path of self-destruction be the final factor in tearing the family apart for good?

Dawson was Tanner’s best friend and he’s had an interest in Tessa from the very first day he met her. Unfortunately though, Dawson once made a promise to Tanner to always take care of Tessa, that he would never date her. Tessa doesn’t know about this promise and doesn’t understand why Dawson doesn’t want to be a part of her. No matter how attracted they are toward each other, Dawson will not act on his feelings, sending Tessa into Reese’s arms just that much more. At what point does Dawson need to act on behalf of his own happiness? Will a promise to a dead friend really mean anything if both he and Tessa are left unhappy?

Revive Me is a story of love, loss, and second chances; a story further complicated by adolescence and the violent way in which Tessa lost her other half. She needs to find her rock bottom before she is able to pull herself up and see that what she has left isn’t so bad and that she will find a new normal, one in which Dawson plays a major role. Tessa wasn’t always the most likeable of characters, of which I’m sure was done in part by design, but her grief and the way that she responds to it feels very authentic. There was a bit of angst, however the story was well written and you couldn’t help but root for the characters.


About the Author

Charity resides in Indianapolis, Indiana. She grew up riding her bicycle to the town’s public library, and reading anything she could get her hands on. When she’s not writing, you can find her reading, spending time with her family, or caving into her online shopping addiction.

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Quadruple Review! Prick by Sabrina Paige


Title: Prick (A Step Brother Romance #1)

Author: Sabrina Paige

Publication Date: February 2015




I can’t stop thinking about that prick.

Caulter Sterling is a prick.

A filthy-mouthed, womanizing, crude, spoiled, arrogant prick.

The tattooed, pierced, panty-melting-hot son of a celebrity.

I hate him.

He’s slept his way through practically every girl at Brighton Academy.

Except for me.

I’m the good girl. The responsible girl. The 4.0, class president, studied-so-much-she-never-lost-the-big-V girl.

And in celebration of graduation and adulthood, I just made the worst decision in the history of ever.

I lost my V-card to the devil himself.

It was just one night. So what if it was mind-blowing? Hit it and quit it.

Except I just found out that my father – the Senator, the Presidential hopeful – is marrying Caulter’s mother. Oh, and this summer? We’re hitting the campaign trail.

One big happy family.

I’m totally f**ked.


Mary’s 4 Star Review

I can never get enough of this stepbrother romance genre and whenever I see a new one pop up, I always have to check it out. When I saw the synopsis for Prick, I was more than elated, and the cover just drew me to the book, like a moth to a flame. I was completely on board with this unconventional romance, and it did not disappoint in the least. Everything I expected it would be and more. 

Katherine is the prim and proper daughter of a Senator. She’s in her final year at private school and has decided she’s done being a virgin. She gives it to Caulter the one guy, who was a sure bet and would never have to lay eyes on again. Katherine didn’t expect to be blindsided by her Father’s sudden proposal to the one and only Caulter. Did I mention they also can’t stand each other? Katherine and Caulter may detest being in the same room with one another, but when they reach the bed, it’s a different story. These two are polar opposites, but when forced to spend the Summer with each other realize that what’s been holding them back is the one thing pulling them together. Will these two have an epic Summer fling or will their lust distinguish under the carefully laid plans of their parents?

Katherine and Caulter hated each other and throughout the book, they were thrown in some tense situations. Both were lonely and sad, deep down, but being together made all that disappear. They had a hot and passionate love affair that I could feel came right across the pages. I enjoyed watching them try to hide their affections. Young and in love is a hard place to be, especially with their brand-new circumstances. They did their best to make everyone happy, and never really could get the complete happiness of a new romance. 

There are many different romances that as readers, we become a part of. I loved how wrong and so right Katherine and Caulter were for one another. The author did a wonderful job of making this young lovers romance to be beautiful and acceptable. They grew a lot in the time they were together in the book and in just one Summer could find something that many can’t find in a lifetime. I would recommend you give this one a go if you are a fan of this genre like me.



Christina’s 4 Star Review

Katherine is a good girl, the daughter of a senator that has eyes on a White House run. She’s just graduated from her prestigious prep school and will be attending Harvard in the fall. Before she leaves though, she wants to cash in her V-card, who best to do it than the campus bad boy, Caulter Sterling.

Caulter is known around the campus for getting around, so when the angelic Katherine contacts him for a night in a hotel, he jumps at the chance. Unlike his other conquests though, Katherine certainly makes an impression on him, as she continues to occupy his thoughts weeks later.

Arriving home for the summer break, her father has an announcement, which also involves not only Caulter, but also his A-list actress mother. Unbeknownst to both Katherine and Caulter, the two had been dating for some time and they are ready to announce their engagement. Knowing that they were going to have to start spending a lot more time together due to their parents pending nuptials, Katherine and Caulter get closer, spending many days alone at the family summer home. Soon they find that the attraction between the two is still there and they settle into steamy sexual relationship. When their feelings begin to grow deeper, the two have to come to terms of whether they can go public with their relationship, knowing that the backlash could risk her father’s re-election bid. Is their union really as taboo as the media would make it out to be? Is their bond stronger than that of their parents? 

The book is told from the dual perspective of both Katherine and Caulter. I appreciated both sides of the story and loved the rising sexual tension between the two. I’m a sucker for adversarial relationships that evolve into hotness and this one was no exception. I’m kind of conflicted on this one. It was a quick, easy read and I did enjoy it, however based on the synopsis, I was expecting it to be a little….dirtier maybe? It was more actually more of a sweet romance at its very core than what I was expecting. If you’ve jumped on the stepbrother bandwagon I do suggest this one, especially if you’re looking for a quick, fun read with a happily ever after.



Rachel’s 3.75 Star Review

Ha! The tattooed bad boy, complete Prick and the uptight little Miss Perfect, what a combination, and my word, did they clash!! Their sexual tension is sky high yet their attraction is making them so mean to each other. They are totally kidding themselves that they dislike each other; you know when boys are mean to the girls they like as kids? Well that’s Caulter and that sums up the pair of them, immature! My God, I actually wanted to bang their heads together several times during this book, teehee!

“Don’t, Caulter..” she says, holding her hand up like I’m a rapist about to come after her. As if I fucking grabbed her and kissed her against her will. As if she weren’t just moaning into my damn mouth, arching her back and pressing her tits into my chest, daring me to touch her.
“Don’t what, Princess?” I ask. “You’re the one who’s rubbing up against my cock like it’s a magic lamp.”

It’s actually laughable how uptight Katherine is and I was hoping with all my might that Caulter would drag her out of her shell and loosen her up. I don’t think fantasising about him helped her uptight issue one bit, God she needed to get laid! When they finally got it on they were at it like rabbits; they sure have stamina! These guys seemed to always be angry with each other; I had never read an angry sex act before but oh my, reading it here made me giggle, day made! In fact they manage to have LOTS of hot sex and I totally loved all the dirty talk.

This book is a standalone told in duel point of view. There was so much tension and hate, loads of sex but no romance and I really did miss the romance. I wanted to see some more tender, loving moments from these guys and a little less falling out! Overall, I liked this book and am glad I had the opportunity to review but I needed a little more out of their relationship.



Jennifer’s 3 Star Review

When my co-bloggers decided to do a group review for a new stepbrother book, I was like “Hell Yeah, I need to get in on that!”  Seriously, how could you not based on the title and synopsis…brilliant!

Poor sweet Katherine, she always does the right thing, until one fateful night when she gives up her virginity to Caulter, the bad boy, the prick.  Imagine her surprise when she learns that her Politician father is marrying Caulter’s Hollywood starlet mother.

“Oh my God. Oh my God. Oh my God. I’m screaming the words inside my head. I’ve just lost my virginity to my new stepbrother. I’m completely fucked.” ~ Katherine

But pricks will be pricks…

“Too much pussy. It’s my cross to bear.” ~ Caulter

Prick has a solid storyline. It was a very quick read for me, which is saying a lot, as it takes me a week to get through a book.  This was 2 days for me because I couldn’t put it down.  I was reading while straightening my hair and brushing my teeth…I’m still trying to clean the toothpaste off my Kindle.   The sexual tension between Katherine and Caulder was hot and heavy!

The only 2 issues I had were the ages of Caulter and Katherine, and the fact the there were no “hearts and flowers”.  I would have preferred they were college graduates and not high school graduates. Let’s face it, I don’t think there are any recent high school graduates that look like the cover model. It seemed a bit unrealistic.  I also wanted some romance.  I know it’s called Prick, well because he’s a prick, but maybe just one cuddle would have been nice.  Even though he can be a prick, Caulter still did care for Katherine and looked after her even when she didn’t want him to. I also liked the epilogue.  No “hearts and flowers”, but well done.  

Prick is the first book in a new Step Brother series by Paige.  The second book is titled Tool…LOVE IT!  I will most definitely be reading this and I absolutely recommend picking up a copy of Prick!



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Sabrina Paige is a romance author who writes about smart, sexy women and the hot alpha males who love them. Taming Blaze is her debut novel.

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Review: Rock by Kendall Grey


Rock (Hard Rock Harlots, #4)

Kendall Grey

March 2, 2015



If you’d asked me to describe myself a couple weeks ago, I’d have told you I’m Letty Fucking Dillinger—The Rock in your cock, the cream in your wet dream, the spunk in your junk.

I had everything a girl could want: A hot rocker boyfriend, fame, a nuclear cooter, a smart phone … The whole damn world at my feet. I worked my ass off to get where I am, and I have no regrets.

But everything changed when she exploded on the scene with the mother of atomic bombs strapped across her chest. She’s beautiful, talented, and holds the key to my future—my life as I know it—in her hands. 

I hate her. I fucking hate her. Because she and her merry band of bitches made me do something I’ve never done before. They made me doubt myself. 

Who am I?

I’m not sure anymore. 

WARNING: ROCK is a no-holds- (or holes-) barred bisexual, polyamorous lust-fest for the senses. It contains GRAPHIC LANGUAGE and EXTREMELY EXPLICIT SEX. This book is not suitable for readers under the age of 18 or anyone expecting a realistic story. A strong stomach, an open mind, and appreciation for over-the-top, egotistical characters are a must. Best read after STRINGS, BEATS, and NOCTURNES.


Meagan’s Review

There are two ways to enjoy this book, as a raunchy, hilarious, rock romance or as a commentary on the publishing world – I highly recommend both. As a romance, Rock is a fabulous addition to the Hard Rock Harlots series. It’s lewd and juicy (“He gasps, lurching forward, choking me with his manaconda.”) while also bringing more depth to Letty’s character. As Shades and Letty’s relationship continues they constantly have to work at keeping their sex lives spicy. A little roll playing and a billy club up the ass will definitely help spice up any sexual escapades. But what happens when their relationship is met with bigger challenges? When Killer Buzz Float joins the Get Your Rock Off Tour, it means Shade’s ex, Eliza (the guitarist for Banging Betties), will be hanging around a lot more. Which would be annoying by itself, but Eliza also has a little surprise for Shades, something that could not only change his life but Letty’s.

All was right in our world. Then this twat shows up, and I turn fucking invisible.

I love, love, love that Letty and Shades didn’t have a perfect relationship. Even though Letty’s a bad ass she could be insecure just like anyone else. I felt like her character really grew in this book. Her world became a little less black and white as she struggled with herself as an artist and a girlfriend. It was also so nice to not have the cliché good guy/bad guy. They both made mistakes. How refreshing to read a book where, even though their relationship is over the top crazy sometimes, it felt like a real relationship. They had to work at it, really work at it to stay together. The author did a fantastic job of highlighting the effort it takes to maintain a relationship. It’s not all playground sex and orgies people, communication and understanding are key.

Yeah, things have been harder recently, but every relationship has its peaks and valleys, right? Doesn’t’ mean he doesn’t love me. Just means we gotta regroup and restrategize.

Now, let’s look at Rock as social commentary. It was pretty brilliant. The author uses the music world to shine light on the struggles of an indie author in the publishing world today. Sometimes it feels like the only way to make it is to become “audio shit-slingers who know more about prefabbed Garage Band riffs and Auto-Tune vocals.” To become popular because “ he who cranks out the music fastest, wins” with “flashy outfits, lame clichés, and look-how-awesome-I-am social media commentary.” When .99 cents singles make it hard for the artist who has studied the craft to make a living. What happens to artists “who are ruled by passion, years of intense training, and practice” when all the consumer cares about is how many products you can release in a year and how cheaply you can do it?

But the best part? While the author makes a strong case for why something crafted out of the blood of an artist’s soul is always better than mass-produced don’t rock the boat product, she also comes to the conclusion that you have to do what’s best for you. Because you know what? Sometimes that formulaic song, novel, whatever it is, pays the bills. And it may suck but sometimes paying the electricity bill trumps spending years on a masterpiece. Now that doesn’t mean artists should throw everything they know out the window and start creating whatever sells best. What is means is do whatever is right for you and don’t let anyone make you feel guilty about it. And that, to me, is a fantastic message.



Natalie’s 5 Star Review

“Remember me? Fuck yeah, you will. I’m Letty Motherfucking Dillinger. Don’t you ever forget it.”

Kendall Grey’s talent for creating the rude, snarky, loudmouthed, sex obsessed Letty Dillinger is nothing but genius. Writing a book that incorporates some of the wildest, dirtiest, and completely delicious sex scenes ever read while maintaining a love story that is so pure and romantic I nearly cried a few times, just adds to her genius. Add on top of that how she was able to weave social commentary into the story about todays social media and indie artistry without sounding preachy or self-absorbed was beyond pure genius.

As I said before with this series, don’t let the warning labels scare you off or mislead you into thinking these books are just porn on paper. They are so much more than that.

Rock shows the growth of not only the band but more specifically of Letty’s character. There is a lot of depth and heart to this story. Letty faces multiple challenges in this book (in her relationship with Shades, her status in the band and her future) and  while she retains her characteristic “take no prisoners” Letty personailiaty she also matures which makes the story that much more realistic.

“Right now, I fear the unknown, breathing against the back of my neck, teeth taunting my skin with frightening promises, threatening to claim my last breath. I can’t … I won’t …”

You also get a whole lot more of the other band members, seriously … you get a WHOLE LOT MORE …  “Birthday Club” will not soon be forgotten. 

If you have read and loved each book in the Hard Rock Harlots series like me, than you need to buy this book asap and then thank me later. You will not be disappointed! :P

Maybe getting knocked on your ass every once in a while is a good thing. Reminds you to appreciate what you have. 



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Kendall Grey is the self-appointed past, present, and future president of the Authors Behaving Badly Club. A whale warrior and indie freedom fighter, she spends summers in the corner (usually with a dunce cap on her head) and winters hunched at the peak of Mt. Trouble, fiery pens of fury (complete with invisible ink) flying across the pages. She has a big set of cajones, and she’s not afraid to use them. In her spare time, Kendall speaks your mind so you don’t have to.

Review: The 27 Club By Kim Karr


Title: The 27 Club

Author: Kim Karr

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: March 3, 2015




You don’t know when…
You don’t get to choose if…
When it’s time to join…you’ll know.

You might think you want to be a member—but trust me this is one club you don’t want to join. It’s not a place where people go to live out their deepest, darkest sexual desires—there are no handcuffs or blindfolds.

The 27 Club only admits those who die young and tragically. My brother was recently bestowed membership and joined many of our ancestors before him. I know I’m next. This is my destiny, and I was ready to yield.

But then I met Nate. He awakened a sensuality in me that had never been explored, never satisfied. I knew then I could no longer accept my destiny. Nate’s presence controls me. I’m overwhelmed by his touch, his words; my every thought is consumed by desire. I believe he was brought into my life for a reason.

Nate doesn’t believe in destiny.

But I do.

And if there’s a way to cheat it—I must.


Mary’s 5 Star Review

The 27 Club is another fantastic book from Kim Karr. In the author’s true fashion, we are given an intriguing and highly emotional story. One of those books that stayed with me long after I finished reading. A It was filled with mystery, unanswered questions, and need. I felt every bit of this story right down to my toes.

Zoe’s brother has recently passed away, and she goes to Miami to settle his affairs. She discovers that basically everything she thought she knew was a lie. She meets Nate her brother’s best friend and is immediately thrown for a loop. Secrets, and deceit are all she finds, plus a undeniably attraction to Nate, who has plenty of secrets of his own. One being what Zoe’s brothers life was really like. There is also the fact that most of Zoe’s family die when they are twenty-seven and her days just may be numbered. Is this, all Zoe’s destiny or something completely different and out of her control?

When we meet Zoe, she’s lost, hurt, and in need of closure. Nate gives her everything she needs physically, but emotionally they are oceans a part. He holds answers that she may not be prepared for. Honoring her brother’s memory becomes difficult when they are both drawn to one another. We are given an emotional union between the couple that seems to start the healing process for them both. Nate’s demons have everything to do with Zoe’s questions, but nothing to do with how he feels for her. It’s a traumatic journey, and one I loved traveling on. Their love was beautiful in so many different ways.

If you believe in love and destiny, then you will fall in love with this story. You never know when you are going to discover what the future holds, but when you do, and you feel it in your bones, then you are done for. Some paths are chosen for you and the circumstances that lead to them may not make sense, but there is a reason behind every struggle, and every tear. Life is bigger than all of us, and as long as there is faith everything will work out.

The background of this book matched the romance. I could feel the Miami sunshine, and smell the ocean air. The symmetry of the story was vividly defined in such a unique way. I loved how Zoe and Nate made me feel. They were tender, sweet, and full of unbridled passion. Plain and simple a beautiful and captivating story. I was easily lost in this book, and I can’t wait to do it all over again. This certainly will be at the top of my list of most beloved romances.





About The Author

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I live in Florida with my husband and four kids. I’ve always had a love for reading books and writing. Being an English major in college, I wanted to teach at the college level but that was not to be. I went on to receive an MBA and became a project manager until quitting to raise my family. I currently work part-time with my husband and full-time embracing one of my biggest passions—writing.

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