Today I’m a stop on the Nice Girls Don’t Ride Book Blitz Tour, a new release from author Roni Loren. Roni has given me many hours of sexy, naughty, delicious reading pleasure so it is my honor to dedicate today’s post to her new release. This is a fun read, a departure from her darker prose. Check out my review of this book and don’t forget to enter to win the $25 gift card!
Monthly Archives: April 2015
In preparation for its May 5th release Kathryn Craft will be revealing the book trailer for her new novel The Far End of Happy
Nice Girls Don’t Ride is such a delightful departure from Roni’s usually darker, sexier prose but it’s not devoid of her skill and talent at drawing you into the story and making you feel like you’re in the room. The sex scenes are red-hot, but the more intimate scenes where Natalie and Monroe are talking and learning about each other and beginning to have ~feelings~ for each other, despite the fact that he’s about to leave town for three months… that’s what I love about reading a romance. Beginnings are beautiful to me!
“Look, uhm… So, I’m having an affair. Was having an affair.”
Dear future readers: Don’t read the first two chapters of this book and decide it isn’t for you. PRESS. There are nuggets of gold within these pages. You will adore this novel!
I may be biased, since I enjoy all of Christina’s work, but an author that gets me to read short stories is a darn good author. I forced myself to read Twelve Tribes of Hattie, which is also a short story collection where the stories are intertwined. Maybe it was the length of this book, maybe it was the subject matter or the author or that I have……..grown……since Twelve Tribes, but I enjoyed this novel and I’m still working my way through Christina’s backlist.
Pick this one up if you like funny, romantic, sexy reads featuring black characters.
The other day, I woke up and, as per usual, I reached for my phone. I have a bookmark that goes right to Kindle Direct Publishing. Some days I am surprised. Some days I suck my teeth in disgust and toss the phone away as if it has offended me. On this partcular day, I logged into KDP reports and said, “Oh my GOD!”
I fancy myself a serious reader of literary fiction and a thoughtful reader of upmarket women’s fiction, but darn if I am not entranced by a fun, sexy romp such as this novel.
Overall, a great read. If you enjoy fast paced thrillers with twists and turns and a bit of a surprise ending, you’ll enjoy You Can Trust Me!
The sequel to Maybe Baby and Maybe Tonight is coming soon! What happens when the honeymoon is over and real life gets in the way? Laney & Mads are about to find out… Maybe Forever by Kim Golden – coming 15 May 2015 in ebook and 1 June in paperback. More details available at kim-golden.com!