What Am I Reading?

It’s Monday, have you thought about what you are going to read this week?  Here are my tentative reading plans for the week!

Fooling Around, by Noelle Adams

Publisher: Loveswept, LLC; May 17, 2016

fooling around

Synopsis: Eric Vincent isn’t in the habit of asking for help. As the founder of a lucrative sports videogame franchise, he’s accustomed to getting his way and enjoying the fruits of his hard-earned success. Then all his illusions of dominance are shattered by a skiing accident that leaves him hobbled, facing a string of surgeries and months of immobility. The only way he’s going to survive is with someone by his side to anticipate his every desire. Someone who will devote every waking second to his comfort. Someone like Julie Nelson . . .

Julie’s life revolves around other people: her students, her parents, her sister. But even she has her limits. Julie has zero interest in playing personal assistant to Eric Vincent, a man who’s as arrogant as he is charismatic . . . until he ups the salary to one million dollars for three months’ work. Soon Julie’s struggling to bite her tongue—and resist the chemistry that draws her to Eric. But after one scorching kiss, Julie decides it’s finally her turn to be selfish. And this time, she’s going to get what she wants.

Lust, Money & Murder (Books 1, 2 & 3): A Female Secret Service Agent Takes on an International Criminal (Lust, Money & Murder Series Book 123), by Mike Wells

Publisher: For Readers of Sidney Sheldon, James Patterson, Jackie Collins, Janet Evanovich, Sandra Brown, and Lee Child Publishing Co.; 1 edition; January 18, 2014


Synopis: Born in the worst suburb in Pittsburgh, Elaine Brogan is bright, beautiful and bold. When her father is falsely arrested for passing counterfeit $100 bills, Elaine vows to become a Secret Service agent and track down the man responsible. After barely surviving the arduous Secret Service Training Academy in Laurel, Maryland, she is transferred to bleak and blustery Great Falls, Montana. But things do not go as planned, and Elaine soon finds herself betrayed and thrown into an adventure that takes her halfway around the world, from dark and mysterious Sofia, Bulgaria, to Moscow Russia, and finally, to Milan, Italy. In the end, will Elaine find the love and happiness she truly seeks…or will she turn to a life of obscene wealth, power and corruption?


Chasing Eva (In Light of Shadows Book 1), by Camellia Hart

Publisher: Camellia Hart; April 5, 2016


Synopsis: After living through her share of disloyal relationships, Evangeline Avery will be damned if she lets another man cheat her. A beautiful and confident woman, Eva is the owner of an interior design firm at the brink of collapse. She swears to bring her company back to its past glory, even if it involves sweet talking the one man who caused this turmoil in the first place – Clive Stanton.

Notorious playboy Clive Stanton is a powerful businessman and a formidable enemy of many. He doesn’t do love, or at least not until he meets her again, fifteen years after he saw her last. Eva, his crush from teenage years, the one that got away, is back in his world and he is determined to do anything to make her his.

Will passion and lust bring them together or conflict and the unforgettable scars from their pasts forever tear them apart?

Hand Me Down: a novel, by Cristen Gilan

Publisher: Christen Gillan; May 12, 2016


Synopsis: Life has always been pretty easy on me. I wake up every morning, drink too much coffee, log in a few hours of work, relax and then start the process all over again the next day.

Like I said, easy.

Of course, like everyone, life has been known to throw me the occasional curve ball – just a little something to remind me not to get too comfortable. Because once you get to that point, where things have fallen into a routine of complacency, that Son of a Bitch called life comes back with a vengeance; ready to send his size 13 up your ass.

That’s exactly what happened to me the day that Alex Paige came back into my life.

He was different than the last time I saw him. Maybe he’d lost some weight or gotten taller– I wasn’t sure. All I knew was that something fundamental had shifted in Alex during the six months that he’d been away and I felt the compulsive need to find out what it was.
Unfortunately, that task was far more unattainable than it seemed.
Why, you ask? The answer is simple.
Alex just got a divorce.

From my sister.


Escape from Afghanistan, by Nathan Kessler

Publisher: War Writers’ Campaign; September 18, 2015


Synopsis: He thought deployment was tough, but getting home proved even more challenging. The story of one operator’s journey into the mountains of Afghanistan.

All proceeds of this work support the literary nonprofit, The War Writers’ Campaign, and their efforts to share the stories of the military and veteran community.


Happy reading and check back for reviews! 🙂



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