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Texas Heat by R.J. Scott

Texas Heat

Texas Heat by R.J. Scott

Series: Texas, Book 3
Published by: Silver Publishing on August 18, 2012
Rating: 3 stars (★★★☆☆)

Despite a nontraditional start and a few obstacles thrown in their path, Riley and Jack Campbell-Hayes finally seem to have things going right for them. The Jack is expanding the ranch and Riley is working on business ventures of his own. A newcomer to the ranch, Robbie, is still reeling from a loss but happy to be on board and assisting Jack in any way he can. And Riley’s photography friend Eli has convinced the guys to let him use the Double D for a cowboy-themed photoshoot. When Eli and Robbie’s paths cross, it’s lust-at-first-sight for Eli…but Robbie’s hesitant to get involved with someone new. As the various business opportunities are pursued all around, it’s Eli and Robbie who need to decide what to do about the Texas heat this time around…

I find myself thoroughly enjoying this series–more than I expected I would. With everything that went on in the first book, I was not sure if the author would be able to sustain an interesting story that continues to develop the characters and keep readers interested. But while everything did blow up in the first book, I still find myself along with these guys every step of the way and on every single page.

The Servant Prince by Hurri Cosmo


Title: The Servant Prince (Ice Dragon Tales, Book 1)
Author: Hurri Cosmo
Published: February 15, 2014
Publisher: Silver Publishing

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
After reading this, I cannot wait to pick up the second installment when it releases in September.

Joron is a prince of Blade Run, but being the second (and a bastard) son, he is not the first in line for the throne. When his older brother, Diagus, returns as their father is dying, Joron has no idea what lies ahead for him. When he learns that his father intends to leave him as the owner of the Ice Dragon Pass – much to the dismay of Diagus – Joron knows he will not be safe after his father’s death. And when Diagus negotiates a deal with King Aric of a neighboring kingdom promising the hand of their already engaged sister, Joron decides to use his rights to the pass to set things right only to find that Aric wants something else Joron can offer…

Mistaken identity, murderous plots, attempted rape, arranged marriages, secret missions, incestuous advances – there is much packed into the pages of this one. It’s easy to get caught up in this world and, like me, to be left with nothing more than a desire to know what happens next when it ends.

Content warning: [attempted incest, attempted rape, dubious consent]