Tag: romance

Review: Elements of Mischief by C.M. Stunich & Tate James

Posted January 24th 2018 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Reverse Harem Month, Reviews /
Review: Elements of Mischief by C.M. Stunich & Tate James

The Faerie Queen’s review I was a little nervous about reading this because both authors wrote for the Snow & Seduction reverse harem anthology that I have not been able to get through. The anthology is a bit of a mess, and doesn’t look like it’s been edited at all (for content or typos). But I am happy to report that Elements of Mischief is actually a lot of fun and has clearly gone through all the right stages of publication! Reverse harems tend to have the same cast of men – the bad boy, the calming presence, the horndog, and the charming leader – and this was no different. In case you’re wondering: Billy (fire), George (earth), Reg (water), and Skeeter (air). But I sort of expected as much, and while not necessarily original, it was dependably entertaining and sexy. They could be a bit much sometimes, especially Reg, who was […]

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Review: Glutton for Pleasure by Alisha Rai

Posted January 22nd 2018 by The GingerSnap in Reviews /
Review: Glutton for Pleasure by Alisha Rai

The GingerSnap’s review I’ve been wanting to read Alisha Rai’s back catalogue of books for a while, and LiatoF’s Reverse Harem Month gave me the perfect opportunity to read this, her first book. When I read the introduction to the book and realised it was about two brothers falling in love with the same girl, I was intrigued, but wary. I’m all for reverse harem and menage romances, but haven’t read any involving family members due to my fear that the book would involve incest. I should’ve kept my faith in Alisha, however, because she managed to build a believable, incest-free, crazy-hot romance between Devi and brothers Jace and Marcus that had me nearly fanning myself at certain points of the book. Devi Malik is the head chef at her parent’s family-owned Indian restaurant, and after a serious romantic dry spell, her sister decides it’s time to spice up Devi’s […]

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Excerpt: On the Edge by Dani Collins

Posted January 16th 2018 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours /
Excerpt: On the Edge by Dani Collins

If hate-to-love is your kinda romance, we’ve got an excerpt from a new fiesty romance: On the Edge by Dani Collins! First, here’s a bit more about the book, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end! About the book Dani Collins shares fast facts! The working title for On The Edge was Uphill Battles. Glory is a romance author, like me! Also like me: she’s sarcastic, an introvert, and swears a lot. Glory writes a no-room-at-the-inn Christmas romance called Blessed Winter. You read it as you read On The Edge. My husband calls it ‘a book within a book.’ Murphy, the dog that Rolf’s brother brings to the lodge and leaves with him (against Rolf’s will!) is real. My brother-in-law rescued him two years ago. The name Blue Spruce Lodge is in memory of my grandmother. She loved Blue Spruce trees. (And romance novels, as do I!) Excerpt “I’m saying […]

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Teaser: Worth the Risk by J.B. Heller

Posted January 11th 2018 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Teasers /
Teaser: Worth the Risk by J.B. Heller

Here at Love in a time of Feminism, we love a good tease. So today, we’re teasing you with Worth the Risk by J.B. Heller! Read more about the book below, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end for a $30 Amazon gift card! About the book Giveaway a Rafflecopter giveaway Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 410 other subscribers. Email Address

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Cover Reveal: Worth the Risk by J.B. Heller

Posted December 28th 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Cover Reveals /
Cover Reveal: Worth the Risk by J.B. Heller

The end may be drawing to an end, but Love in a Time of Feminism still has one last cover reveal for you! Today, behold the cover for Worth the Risk by J.B. Heller, releasing next week! Scroll down to see the cover and read more about the book. The cover! About the book Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 410 other subscribers. Email Address

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Review: Crashed Out by Tessa Bailey

Posted December 25th 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Reviews /
Review: Crashed Out by Tessa Bailey

The Faerie Queen’s review Boy, was this an excellent Christmas present to warm me up on a dreary British day. To help you understand what I mean… “If I ever feel your fingers in my hair again, they’d better be pulling my face closer to whatever I’m licking.” Our hero, Sarge, has been crushing on his sister’s best friend since hormones flooded his body, and after running off to make it as a rockstar, he returns four years later to reconnect with his family…and hopefully “connect” with Jasmine. And boy, did Sarge make his intentions clear, toeing the line between too much. This is one of those cases where an alpha male acting up in a book is hot as hell but would not go down well with me in real life. “You’re so arrogant now,” she whispered on a huffed breath, unable to put the required exasperation in her […]

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Review: Christmas with a Bite by Patricia A. Wolf

Posted December 23rd 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Reviews /
Review: Christmas with a Bite by Patricia A. Wolf

The Faerie Queen’s review My two sentence review: This started really well!!!!!!!!! And then it became increasingly bewildering… Basically, this book was nearly impossible for me to give a rating for. On the one hand, the plot got weirder the further along I read, with far too much convenience with some things. (“Oh hi, this thing exists that you’ve never heard of in your centuries of being alive and guess what? We have it!”) On the other, I did actually enjoy reading it. If anything, the outlandishness of some things made it more fun with the addition of a friend I could go WTF to in DMs. The romance itself is hard for me to judge. I liked it and I didn’t. It started with some fun, a nice building tension with banter and boardgames. But then it escalated, with professions of love in a matter of days. It was bizarre […]

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Teaser: It Must’ve Been the Mistletoe by L.P. Dover

Posted December 18th 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Teasers /
Teaser: It Must’ve Been the Mistletoe by L.P. Dover

Hiya, and welcome back! In one week, those of us who celebrate it will be opening Christmas presents, but you don’t have to wait that long to open up It Must’ve Been the Mistletoe by L.P. Dover! Have a taste and enter the international giveaway at the end! About the book Giveaway a Rafflecopter giveaway Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 410 other subscribers. Email Address

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Excerpt: One and Done by Melynda Price

Posted December 12th 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Excerpts /
Excerpt: One and Done by Melynda Price

Happy release day to One and Done by Melynda Price! We have an excerpt and a giveaway to get you excited about this new holiday getaway romance! About the book Excerpt “Balen, are you homeless?” His brow arched. Autumn wasn’t sure why he looked so surprised she asked. It wasn’t a very far leap. The writing was on the wall—his friend making that crack about him being a jobless beach bum, him volunteering to spend the week with her…and now here he was, needing a place to say. She wasn’t an idiot. One plus one usually equaled two. Balen studied her until the tension in the room grew stifling. “Is my socioeconomic status an issue for you? You’ve got the spare room and I happen to be in need of one for the next week. I thought… Look, if staying with you is going to be a problem, I can leave.” […]

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Excerpt: One Night by Allie Everhart

Posted December 11th 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Excerpts /
Excerpt: One Night by Allie Everhart

Happy Monday! To get the week started, here’s an excerpt from One Night by Allie Everhart. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end! About the book Excerpt AMBER “So…can I come in?” Dylan laughs a little. “Oh, um, I um…” My brain still isn’t working. I can’t even form sentences. What is he doing here? The thought leaves my mouth. “What are you doing here?” I step aside to let him in. “I told you, I had to give you something.” He still has that smile as he comes into my apartment and closes the door. I hold up the envelope. “You already gave it to me.” “I could’ve just left that at your door. That’s not what I came here to give you.” “I don’t understand.” He steps up to me and his hand cups my cheek, his eyes moving over my face. “You’re even more beautiful than I remembered.” […]

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