The first installment in Hot in Chicago, a brand-new, sizzling series from Kate Meader that follows a group of firefighting foster siblings and their blazing hot love interests!
The episode kicks off with Elizabeth informing Hans that he may have blown his cover during their last mission together and the Centre is splitting them up. Hans does not take this info lightly and he seeks out Todd, the fella who may or may not have seen his face. Hans intends to eliminate this bump in the road but the kill shot to the face goes awry leaving Hans and Todd in a messy, bloody battle to the death...
"Writing this review, I am struck by my ferocious love for Shelly Laurenston..."
With the fate of season four up in the air, the season finale of THE MINDY PROJECT left us hoping for a happily ever after as season three comes to an end.
For those who are fans of The Little Mermaid, our tale begins with the sound of a beautiful woman singing; a tune very similar to that of which Ariel sings when she is giving her voice to Ursula in the famous Disney animated movie. Captain Hook is harping on his men to get them back to Neverland, Smee at the ships helm. Then Hook and his men stop their tasks after hearing that stunning voice, but then the sound abruptly ends before they crash into a grouping of rocks. Smee asks the Captain what they heard. His answer, “The most dangerous creature in all the seas; a mermaid.”
"I’m a sucker for a well-written paranormal romance. I’m also a sucker for a well written comedy. Molly Harper checks off both of those boxes with her Half-Moon Hollow series. Molly Harper offers a fun look at the mystifying world of paranormal creatures and how they interact with undead human society."
THE ROYALS continues after its scandalous, intriguing premiere last week. Jess Moro has our recap.
"Time travel books are some of my all time favorites. When you add a fella in a kilt and a strong Highland brogue, well, stick a fork in me because I’m done!"
Did you catch Lena Dunham's guest appearance on SCANDAL last night? We have all the (kinky) details in our own Scandalicious recap.
Damon, the earl of Mardoun, is smitten the moment he meets Meg, the village healer—but she rejects every advance from the earl, and will have none of him, even if he is the most handsome man she’s ever laid eyes on. But when unforeseen circumstances bring them together, her conviction begins to fade…
This week’s episode picks up exactly where we left off last week, with Philip, Elizabeth, and Reuben finding a safe house to interrogate Eugene Venter and Todd, his college aged minion. Philip, with is crazy 80s punk rock wig (and is that guyliner I see?) and Reuben take on Venter with a little good cop/bad cop scenario while Elizabeth (with a sassy pixie cut wig) tackles the fortress that is Todd.
Danny and Mindy are having breakfast when they get an invitation from Peter to attend his wedding. Wow, so I guess a lot has happened since last time we saw Peter and he was pretty much stalking Lauren. The wedding will be talking place at Lauren’s family’s “inhuman but profitable” cattle ranch...
DISILLUSIONED the second book in J.S. Cooper’s Swept Away trilogy, is just as dark, mysterious, and sexy as the first book in the series, maybe even more so. This fast-paced page-turner takes us deeper in to the web of lies surrounding Bianca and Jakob. As circumstances surrounding them become more complicated, intense, and dangerous, so does their romantic relationship.
With her best bad girl face, Regina proclaims she has been forced in her good role to survive, and now she wants revenge on those that took her happy ending. Maleficent, the clear leader of the new group, leaves her seat and confronts Regina...
Did you catch the premiere of THE ROYALS last night? Jess Moro did, and she's here with all the scandalous details...
"Seduction is hot. The heat and passion between Craig and Marisela is palpable. More importantly though, is the transformation that Craig makes from the first book to the second."
We kick things off this week with potential VP Susan. Chosen because she will pose little threat to Mellie’s eventual presidential run, dopey Susan might just be a stronger candidate than anyone realized. The prep process to make Susan A) camera-ready and B) confirmation hearing-ready is brutal and eye opening...
Talk Supe Braine has her Top 5 Reasons why she loves the Club Sin series.
"For me, the underlying current of this episode is Philip’s loss of control over his life. "
"Jamie K. Schmidt is a new-to-me author. While FEVER is the third book in the series, I was easily able to keep up with the characters. The chemistry between Colleen and Chase is hot from the very beginning. 'They could set the drapes on fire. Right now, if she straddled his lap, they’d break the chair with their enthusiasm. It had always been like that. Hot, intense, deeply satisfying."
The season finale opens with a shocker as Lolly witnesses a rooftop kiss between Becca and Kevin. Par to the course of fate, Lolly leaves the apartment and vows to never speak to Becca again.
"This debut novel by author Wendy LaCapra is a stunning presentation. Lady Vice entices and intrigues with an outstanding story and fascinating characters."
"Stephen Colbert’s cameo as Father Michael makes this one of my favorite Mindy episodes so far."
Bec McMaster writes sexy, dark paranormals and steampunk. Today she talks to Braine of Talk Supe about her London Steampunk series, enemies to lovers, and the agony of finding the right book title.
"My apologies to Kyler and Ella, but Kenzie and Porter in TAMED are my new favorite couple in Stacey Kennedy’s Club Sin series, and it’s all because of Kenzie."
"With the story of Aric and Celia coming to a close, will fans of the Weird Girls finally get the happy ending we have all been craving? Through a series of twist, Robson pours her all in this book, pulling out more surprises than a magician."
We begin our tale after a nightmare involving Maleficent, Ursula, and Cruella; Mary Margaret voices her fears to David, worried about the three evil ladies finding out about what they did. But what did they do?
Shonda Rhimes is notorious for pulling stories from the headlines. Last night’s episode, “The Lawn Chair,” was an emotional heart-stopper. It was an almost too soon but definitely necessary Ferguson-esque story. An unarmed black teenaged boy was shot in the street by a white cop on his beat in an impoverished neighborhood just minutes from the White House. The teen’s father, excellently portrayed by veteran actor, Courtney B. Vance shows up on the scene, shot gun in hand, demanding justice for his son. Olivia Pope is there to diffuse the situation for the DC Police Department.
If you are looking for a good, old fashioned -- albeit sexually charged -- historical romance that takes you through the trials and tribulations of the ton of London society (complete with lying Dukes, cheating Viscounts and daring bastards), HIS WICKED REPUTATION is the book for you.
Every week I sit and watch it thinking, this show is moving kinda’ slow, not much is really happening and then I hit the 45 minute commercial break part and realize I’ve not exhaled since it started and my notes are jibberish because I can’t seem to look away...