The Party by Katie Ashley

The Party (The Proposition, #0.5)
Grade-A
Hotness Level-None
Kink Level-No Kink
Series-The Proposition # 0.5
Genre-Contemporary
Reviewed by Kay
44 pages

This is a prequel or prologue to The Proposition. It tells the story of how they met at a party and the loss that Emma has suffered. Emma, the strong business woman, meets Aiden Fitzgerald, the resident man-whore. He tries to pick her up and she turns him down.

Emma wants a baby in the worst way. She lost the man she loved and feels he was her shot at forever. She lost but she still wants to be a mother and talks her gay best friend into donating his swimmers for the cause.

I loved this novella and immediately put everything on hold and bought the first two books. I suggest this novella for anyone. I even love the cover! It doesn’t really match the description in the story but it makes me giggle.

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Headed For Trouble by Suzanne Brockmann

Headed for Trouble (Troubleshooters #16.5)
Grade-B-
Hotness Level-None
Kink Level-None
Series-Troubleshooters #16.5
Reviewed by Kay

This was a collection of short stories about some of the characters from the Troubleshooter series. It was very nice to read about them again. There wasn’t any real new information about the characters and I was hoping there would be. That was very disappointing for me.

You get some of the key players of the series here. I laughed and reminisced during the stories. If you love the series like I do then you’ll want to read the book. I think it is better suited to get from the library because nothing new was really offered here. I hope she takes this series off hiatus. When she does, I’ll be back with open arms.

Inferno by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Inferno (Chronicles of Nick, #4)
Grade-A
Hotness Level-None
Kink Level-None
Series-Chronicles of Nick #4
Reviewed by Kay

Nick Gautier is continuing to realize just exactly how hard life can be for a teenager. His girlfriend needs to kill him, his dad wants to kill him, so does his protector, he’s still ostracized at school and his mom is still as strict as ever. On the plus side, his mom loves him, he has good friends he can trust, which include Ash and Kyrian, the most popular girl in school wants to date him and he gets his driver’s license.

Anybody who has ever read Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark Hunter series should read this one too. It’s the story of Nick’s teenage life as it melds with the future. Nick is to become the ultimate evil as an adult. It’s kind of like prophecy. As the reader, we get glimpses of the future with a evil Nick and they are horrific at best. This series is the constant battle he has to be good and not turn evil. There’s even a little bit of romance thrown in. I love this series and this book was no exception. The relationship between Nick and his mother is just so sweet. I loved this book and wish I didn’t have wait a year for the next one!