A SEAL’S PLEASURE (Uniformly Hot!) by Tawny Weber

"Tawny Weber has a gift when it comes to writing about hot SEALs and the woman they fall for. A SEAL's PLEASURE picks up where A SEAL's Secret ends and boy does Weber not disappoint. I loved the banter and the amazing journey Weber takes them on to finding their happily ever after together."

SCANDAL: Season 4, Episode 19

Last night's SCANDAL ends with a "Whaaaaaat?!??!" moment. Our recap gives you all the details...SPOILER ALERT!!

THE AMERICANS: Season 3, Episode 12

Last night's episode kept our Scandal at the edge of her seat. She finally caught her breath and has a recap. Next week is the season finale!

YOUNGER: Season 1, Episode 4

Are you watching YOUNGER, the new show from Sex and the City creator Darren Starr? It has us completely charmed (the fact that it's set in book publishing doesn't hurt :) Today Tiffany Tyer joins us (welcome, Tiffany!) with a recap of last night's episode.

BROKEN JULIET by Leisa Reyven

"This series is perfection, absolute perfection. Now beauty is in the eye of the beholder and all that, and I know not everyone loves angst or bad-boy thespians, but I freaking loved it. Most times the sequel isn’t half as good as the first book, but BROKEN JULIET is spectacular. It manages to bring in new storylines while keeping the same feel of the last book. It feels fresh yet familiar – the perfect continuation of an amazing story..."


"Oh boy, what a story. A HIGHLANDER’s PASSION is difficult to read at times but the pay off is worth it. I am normally not a heroine cheerleader; I wear more of the hero apologist hat in my reading circles. I will fully admit to being harder on heroines because I expect more out of us lady folks. Kenzie Denune needs all of the cheerleading and love she can get. That poor woman has dealt with more than her share of crap. If our bear-shifter hero Bryce Matheson wasn’t so good at the grovel, I’d say he doesn’t deserve her love. Luckily, his groveling is on point."

THE ROYALS: Season 1, Episode 5

This week secrets and relationships are brought to the light. Much is revealed, ironically, during the Masquerade ball...

WOLF HALL: Episode 2

Elizabeth K. Mahon is here with a recap of last night's WOLF HALL, the mini series based on the bestselling, Man Booker Prize-winning novel by Hilary Mantel.

MAD MEN: Season 7, Episode 9

“New Business” opens with a father-son interaction that is rarely ever seen on MAD MEN. Don is preparing chocolate milkshakes in Betty’s kitchen -- thus setting up an episode full of MAD MEN’S prominent theme: nostalgia.

BEAUTIFUL SECRET (Beautiful Bastard #4) by Christina Lauren

"When I think of the Beautiful Bastard series, I think of funny, sometimes irritating, but always extremely hot and sexual heroes. But with BEAUTIFUL SECRET, Christina Lauren give us a somewhat reluctant hero who doesn’t know what he wants, doesn’t know how to say what he wants, and is somewhat afraid to do anything. Niall Stella was so not what I was expecting (especially given he was Max’s little brother), but his quirky English charm won me over just the same..."

GAME OF THRONES: Season 5, Episode 1

All the major players are back in this, the first episode of Season 5, "The Wars to Come.” It has been some time since the last episode of GAME OF THRONES and for those of you who are worried you may have forgotten a few details, don’t fret, it was easy to pick right back up again...

THE AMERICANS: Season 3, Episode 11

Paige kicks off this week’s episode with some hard questions for her parents. Throughout the course of the episode we have several more encounters between Paige and her parents, each one more uncomfortable than the next...


"Susanna Kearsley is one of my all-time favorite authors. Her books will whisk you away to another time, rich with detail and history. If asked to recommend a time travel book or a historical fiction steeped in Jacobite facts, Kearsley’s books are my go-to."
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PART TIME COWBOY by Maisey Yates

"I am a big fan of the Copper Ridge series by Maisey Yates. The small-town community, the richly drawn characters, and the absolutely wonderful dialogue all come together to make these books immensely readable."

HOME FRONT by Jessica Scott

Jessica Scott’s writing is beautiful, realistic, and captivating. She writes flawed, yet likable characters with relationship struggles that are easy to empathize with and relate to. If you haven’t picked up one of her books, you are definitely missing out.

WOLF HALL, Episode 1

Welcome to the recap of WOLF HALL. I can’t tell you how excited I was to finally get to see the adaption of Hilary Mantel’s two novels Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies. This first episode exceeded my expectations. It’s a much more intimate portrait of King Henry’s reign than Showtime’s The Tudors, mainly because we see the action through the eyes of Thomas Cromwell, who is very much an outsider when it comes to the corridors of power. Throughout this episode, Cromwell doesn’t do much to ingratiate himself with either Thomas More, Anne Boleyn or even the King himself. It’s an interesting tactic to say the least. He knows that people look down on him for his origins, and that they underestimate him.
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MAD MEN: Season 7, Episode 8

The episode opens with a beautiful woman draped in an expensive chinchilla coat. “Show me how you feel.” The scene is both familiar and reminiscent of earlier episodes in the series with a mesmerizing Don Draper doing what he does best: seduction.

THE ROYALS: Season 1, Episode 4

It seems like things can’t get more heated. Of course, we should never think that with Princess Eleanor around. The king arranges to have Liam go on the plane tour of the country to show face, which causes Cyrus to go into a sulk. This was his chance to gain favor for the Royals and he’ll just have to step aside...

SAY MY NAME (Stark International Trilogy #1) by J. Kenner

Fans of J. Kenner’s Stark Trilogy will fall in love with Jackson Steele and the first book in the Stark spin off, Say My Name. Jackson is a world-renowned architect who is as devastatingly handsome as he is broody and controlling. Damien Stark’s assistant, Sylvia Brooks, met Jackson five years ago. Their affair was brief and scorching hot. In the end, Sylvia made Jackson walk away. Her demons wouldn’t allow that kind of love, lust and openness...

MAD MEN: A Season 7 primer

Few shows become a true cultural phenomenon, but MAD MEN has been one of them. This Sunday night marks the beginning the final season. To get you ready to bid farewell to Don Draper, we have a recap of where things left off last year.

SCANDAL, Season 4, Episode18

"Shonda Rhimes takes no prisoners. “Honor Thy Father” is a white knuckle ride that ends in an OMG moment that will leave your mouth agape..."

WHAT A LADY REQUIRES By Ashlyn Macnamara

What A Lady Requires is the final book of The Eton Boys Trilogy. Our hero, Rowan Battencliffe has not been much of a hero at all in the previous books – in fact, Macnamara set herself up to climb a very steep hill to redeem this fella. Having said that, it is safe to say none of the men in The Eton Boys Trilogy were born with a hero’s hat upon his head. Getting them to that point is more than a struggle for our lovely heroines...

STILL THE ONE by Jill Shalvis

STILL THE ONE is the sixth book in Jill Shalvis’ Animal Magnetism series. This time around we get the story of Darcy and AJ...


"This is my first non-paranormal by Gena Showalter and now I can not wait to get my hands on the rest of this series. As the series name implies, these three brothers by choice, not by blood, are indeed the Original Heartbreakers. For a woman who loves to read about the terribly broken man who needs fixin’ THE CLOSER YOU COME is like manna from the heavens..."