The Wrong Kind of Love by Lexi Ryan

Title: The Wrong Kind of Love (The Boys of Jackson Harbor, #1) Author: Lexi Ryan Publication Date: February 12, 2018 Synopsis You never forget your wedding day. Or the moment your twin sister pukes on your bouquet and confesses she’s pregnant . . . with your fiancé’s baby. I wanted to get away, to hide until my heart mended. I found myself in a strange town with a mysterious stranger whose talented mouth and hands almost made me forget it was supposed to be my wedding night. Afraid to go home to face my broken life, I pretend ... Read More

Review: Something Reckless by Lexi Ryan

SOMETHING RECKLESS (Reckless and Real, #1) Lexi Ryan Adult Contemporary Romance Release: December 22, 2014  Blurb He talks dirty to me, but I don’t know his name. He wants to tie me up, but I don’t know his face. He turns me on, but I couldn’t point him out in a crowd. I’ve fallen for an anonymous stranger, and tonight the anonymity ends. Tonight I want more than typed secrets and texted promises. I want something reckless. Heat. Passion. The thrill of being entirely possessed. Because I suspect this anonymous stranger ... Read More

Review: Stolen Wishes by Lexi Ryan

Title: Stolen Wishes (New Hope #1.5) Author: Lexi Ryan Series: New Hope Synopsis Cally…  A sexy smile. Intense blue eyes. A goodness that makes him want to save me from these rumors when no one else would care. I didn't ask for a hero. William Bailey was never supposed to be anything more than a wish, a dream, an unrequited crush. Not for a girl like me--a girl whose fractured family has stolen her chance at a decent life. William…  Since the death of my parents, I've always done what’s expected of me, what's "best" for me. Until ... Read More

Blog Tour – Wish I May by Lexi Ryan

Synopsis I grew up wishing on stars. My father taught me to believe…in destiny, in magic, in happily ever after. Dreams were my scripture and the starry night sky was my temple. Then Mom stopped believing, left him, and took us with her. At the age of sixteen, I cashed in my dreams to pay the rent, pawned my destiny to keep my sisters together. Now, seven years later, I’m returning home, grieving the death of my mother, and settling my sisters back into the life Mom threw away. I never intended to stay. I don’t want to deal with my ... Read More