Category Archives: 4 butterflies

Review: Running Wide Open by Lisa Nowak @Lisa_Nowak

Categories: 4 butterflies, action, bildungsroman, contemporary, RBR, review, ya
    Running Wide OpenLisa Nowak; Kindle EditionPublished June 5th 2011 by Webfoot Publishing (first published January 5th 2011)Cody Everett has a temper as hot as the flashpoint of racing fuel, and it's landed him at his uncle's trailer, a last-chance home before military school. But how can he take the guy seriously when he calls himself Race, eats Twinkies for breakfast, and pals around with rednecks who drive in circles every Saturday night?What Cody doesn't expect is for the arrangement to work. Or for Race to become the friend and mentor Read more [...]

Review: Sapphire by Jeffe Kennedy

Categories: 4 butterflies, adult romance, erotica, Jeffe Kennedy, netgalley, power-play, RBR, review
SapphireJeffe Kennedy; Kindle EditionExpected publication: October 24th 2011 by Carina PressA successful executive, M. Taylor Hamilton is on track with her ten-year plan. Too bad her personal life consists of hitting the gym and grocery shopping. Enter the seductive Adam Kirliss. They may have a working relationship, but everything changes at an office party when he handcuffs her to the rail of a yacht.Taylor writes off the adventure as too much champagne, but when Adam challenges her to a date, she agrees to meet up with him. And follow his rules. Read more [...]

Review: The Apocalypse Gene by Suki Michelle, Carlyle Clark

Categories: 4 butterflies, action, Carlyle Clark, dystopia, paranormal, RBR, review, Suki Michelle, teen romance, ya
    The Apocalypse GeneSuki Michelle, Carlyle Clark; Paperback, 252 pagesExpected publication: October 17th 2011 by Parker PublishingWith Pandemic ravaging the globe, Olivya's psychic Sight compels her to see auras riddled with the colors of despair, and now her mother is infected.Olivya’s only hope is the mysterious Mikah, a powerful Empath who claims the Pandemic is linked to his clan, the Kindred, and their brooding, monstrous, Immortal Lord. But can she trust this boy who can manipulate her very emotions?With Mikah's aid, Olivya races to Read more [...]

Review: UN-Forgettable series by C.J. Barry

Categories: 4 butterflies, C.J. Barry, netgalley, RBR, review, romance, sci-fi
Amazon.com Widgets         UN-Forgettable series (Unearthed, Unraveled, Unleashed, Unmasked)C.J. Barry ; Kindle EditionPublished October 3rd 2011 by Carina Press (previously published titles)Tess MacKenzie has always dreamed of taking her place among the stars, but racing through the galaxy is not quite what she had in mind. Cohl Travers needs Tess. Convincing Tess to put her life on hold to help his people is the easy part. Resisting the desire to ask her to stay with him will be much harder...To prove she's worthy of her place at the prestigious Read more [...]

Review: The Gladiator’s Master by Fae Sutherland, Marguerite Labbe

Categories: 4 butterflies, Fae Sutherland, historical, lgbt, m/m, Marguerite Labbe, netgalley, power-play (light), RBR, review, romance
      The Gladiator's MasterFae Sutherland, Marguerite Labbe; Kindle EditionPublished September 19th 2011 by Carina PressWhen Roman politician Caelius inherits a stable of gladiators, there is one who captures his attention above the others…one whose eyes gleam with hate, pride and desire.Forced into slavery by Roman greed, Gaidres can barely conceal his contempt toward his new Dominus. Gaidres has a plan: kill Caelius and end the lineage of the Roman family that enslaved him. For his plan to succeed, he must make a show of respect and obedience—even Read more [...]

Review: Waiting for Pops by John Riffice

Categories: 4 butterflies, John Riffice, memoir, RBR, review
         Waiting for Pops: A Journey From Boy to ManJohn Riffice; ebook,Published October 27th 2010 by John Philip RifficeWaiting For Pops, a mainstream biographical novel, is a tale of a young boy’s appalling mistreatment at the hands of his alcoholic mother. It is a tale of spousal secrets and parental lies. It is a tale of love, friendship, and, above all else, betrayal. Pops is seen through the eyes of an innocent boy growing steadily into manhood in 1950s Chicago. Johnny Ryba tells his story and transports the reader into his small, Read more [...]