Nancy Review of Raw Honey

Raw Honey

By: Amy Cecil


When your life spirals out of control you do one of two things: you let it or you stand up and defeat the demons that threaten you.

Amanda Benson faced a similar experience and ran from it, leaving Edinboro without a trace. She worked hard to get her life together and realized that to fully succeed in building a new life she had to go back and face the old one.

When she arrives back in town, a chance encounter changes her life. She’s given a home, a job, and a family. She believes that she is on the right track. That is, until she falls in love with the man that made it all happen.

Nothing can take away the heartbreak that she suffers while she watches him love the woman from his past. Not even the comfort she finds in the arms of another man can take away the pain.

Desperately searching for a love to last a lifetime, Amanda is too blind to see that the man who truly loves her is the man that she believes will destroy her.

Jealousy threatens to take hold and—if she isn’t careful— will ultimately destroy her and any chance she may have at having her own happy ever after


My take on this book:

Raw Honey is a never boring insight of the Knights of Silence club life.  Looking into Honeys life will open your eyes to so many emotions.  Beautiful Crazy is the only words to describe this book. To see everything from someone’s POV that isn’t one of the main players is so interesting.  This can be read without reading the others but I recommend reading thebother 3 Knights books first.  I can not wait to see what happens.

Till the next book ~ Nancy



Nancy review of Ripper


By: Amy Cecil


Love is a strange emotion. It will tear you up inside and consume you beyond all reason.

But now something heinous has imbedded itself in the back of my mind.

I find that I now question the man behind the lover that I thought I knew so well.

Could he?

Would he?

Did he


My take on this book:

This was a different kind of book for me.  I don’t usually read historical romance but this was awesome.  It had me hooked from the first chapter.  And the ending about killed me.  The emotions that Marie goes through trying to figure everything out are written so well.  You will be racking your brain to figure this one out.  A must read.

Till the next book ~ Nancy


Nancy’s review of Hwy 550

Hwy 550

By Freya Barker


Special Agent Luna Roosberg lives and breathes her job. Who needs a personal life when work is so rewarding?

When a new case sends her to investigate a local motorcycle club, covering as the president’s new flavor of the week, the lines between professional and personal quickly start to blur.

Although the Arrow’s Edge MC stays mostly on the right side of the law since Ouray took the gavel, the appearance of the feds at their gate can still rattle his cage.

When a string of robberies points squarely in Ouray’s direction, he’s forced to cooperate and put the blonde, prim and proper half-pint on the back of his bike.

With pressure mounting both in—and outside—the club, Ouray no longer knows who he can trust, except the woman who is shaking up his life—and stirring his blood


My take in this book:

This book was so well written.  The emotion that Freya brings out in the reader is so atrong.  There is the perfect amount of heat and sweetness.  Along with twists and turns.  I have onlybreadb1 book from Freya before a signing but after Hwy 550 I will be going back for more.  I love the fact that Arrows Edge MC is a clean MC. You all know I am a sucker for a MC book.  I highly recommend this book.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

Voyages of The Heart: With Love From London

Voyages Of The Heart: With Love From London


Summoned by Alyssa Drake

Time for Love by Ashlee Shades

Port of London by Brian Miller

Winning Emma by Rosie Chapel

Pieces of You by Autumn Sand

Love Found by Amy Allen

White Lies by Gianna Gabriela

Kisses in the Snow by Maria Vickers

Destined by Bella Emu

Checkmate by Patricia D. Eddy

Unwrapping London by Roux Cantrell

Meet Me In London by Natalie-Nicole Bates

Under a London Snow by Carrie Humphrey

One Night Resolution by M.A. Foster

Wicked Deceptions by Amy Cecil

Love Refined by S.E. Roberts

London’s Remedy by Jade Royal

The Thing about London by Tamsen Schultz

This anthology is centered around London.  Either by visit or someone lives there.  The stories will grip you.  I did not want to put the book down.  I have read a few of the authors before but most were new to me.  I am so happy I read them.  I have found more authors to read.  The stories range from sweet to hot.  From MM to PNR.  And I am not a big PNR reader but they were written in a way even I could understand.  And at one point I even wanted to jump through the kindle and smack one character with a chair.  I can not wait for the next stop on the Voyages of the Heart.  Do Not Miss.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

Nancy Review of Forgetting The Enemy

Forgetting the Enemy

By: Amy Cecil


Michael Vitali, head of the Vitali crime organization is charismatic, handsome and strong-willed. He’ll do whatever it takes to get what he wants and right now the only thing he wants is Zaira Bonita, the eldest daughter of the Vitali’s most rivaled family.

At one time, Michael and Zaira were very close. But, a tragedy caused false accusations and the families were torn apart.

Years later the families come together to eliminate a common enemy. It was a carefully and well thought out hit.

But not everything goes as planned.

At her engagement party, Zaira watches while her father and fiancée are murdered. She frantically tries to get away, but falls and hits her head. She awakes and finds herself with an awful headache and no memory caught up in a world that she is vaguely familiar. Her only guide – Michael Vitali.

Michael has Zaira right where he wants her and will do anything to keep her. He will even resort to manipulation and deceit. He knows there is a chance that when she does remember she won’t be able to forgive him, but he’s willing to risk his heart – for her


My take on this book:

This book was nothing like I have read from Amy.  But she rocked it.  You will connect with Michael and Zaira.  And in true Amy fashion she will leave you wanting more.  Do not miss this book.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

Nancy review of Good Gone Bad

Good Gone Bad

By: Giana Darling



They say one action doesn’t define you.

I killed a man. Stabbed him in the neck and licked the blood off my lips after I did it.

Still, one action doesn’t define you.

I could have called anyone. My father, the Prez of The Fallen MC, our family lawyer, my best friend, Lila, or my brother, King.

I didn’t.

Instead, I called Lionel Danner, the police officer renowned for taking down the Nightstalkers MC. The man who had been my father’s arch nemesis for decades. The man who hated everything I stood for. A man who had disappeared from my life without explanation three years ago.

I called him.

And maybe one action doesn’t define you, but killing a bad man and calling in the good changed my life and it sure as hell changed his.

The third book in the Fallen Men series. A standalone featuring Harleigh Rose and Officer Lionel Danner.

As much as I loved King Garro.  Danner may be able to take your heart.  This story was so well written that I really could not put it down.  I had to force myself.  Not only is H.R. a biker b**** but she is a bad a** all on her own.  The emotional turmoil had me reaching for tissues.  You do not have to read the first 2 but it will help you understand a little more.  But be prepared Giana has such a way with her writing that you will be hooked quickly.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

Nancys Review of Hold Still

Hold Still

By: Arell Rivers


This was my first book from this author but I will be going back to read her back list and reading more when she puts it out.  The story was told so that it kept me reading well after I should have stopped.  Ozzy and McKenna both are so stubborn that they can barely see past the problems they face.  They will make you want to reach through the kindle and smack and yell wake up.  You will also want to give Elaine and Mama a huge hug.

I highly recommend this book.

Till the next book ~ Nancy