What I'm Reading


As profiled in my newsletter.

February 2020



Medium and clairvoyant Simon Kincaide owns a Myrtle Beach boardwalk shop where he runs ghost tours, holds séances, and offers private psychic readings.

Jaded cop Vic D’Amato saw something supernatural he couldn’t explain during a shootout several years ago in Pittsburgh and relocated to Myrtle Beach to leave the past behind, still skeptical about the paranormal.

Catching a serial killer together and falling in love. As you do, of course. I thoroughly enjoyed this one.

His Cocky Valet


I loved this - so over the top with a rich playboy who hires a personal assistant to help him take over the reigns of a multinational corporation after his father is incapacitated. Naturally, the valet does everything (oh yes, EVERYTHING) for young master Harrington. It's steamy and a little kinky and the title is a total "fuck you" to the romance author who tried to trademark the word "cocky" a few years ago. But Cole McCade spins delightfully readable yarns and I'm only sorry I didn't snap this up when I first learned about it.

Urban Decay


I just started this and I'm not exactly sure where it's going but she had me at "bonding physically and mentally to a shape-shifting Kraken" so I'm intrigued. Laurent, an immortal who sucks the life-force from humans to survive, does whatever lowly jobs the Family requires. His newest assignment may be more than he bargained for, though. As these things so often are.

Behind These Doors


I really liked this story about Lucien Saxby, a journalist who writes for the society pages, and the Honourable Aubrey Fanshawe, second son of an earl, who is Society. Lucien and Aubrey are from completely different worlds and their struggle to figure out how to be together in early 1900s England felt more true than most class difference historicals I've read and also quite contemporary.

There's also an M/M/F relationship in the mix and a secondary character who seems to be on the ace spectrum. Still plenty of on-page sex, though - yay!

Back to blog

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.