Thursday, March 28, 2013

Guest Post: 5 Things You Didn't Know About Fate War Alliance

Prince Cole meets Samantha when she walks down the aisle. Though she seems like the polished women he is familiar with, there is something different. She is complicated and full of mystery. Her dowry comes with a promise of air ships and mech capable of defense against their common enemy and for his country to survive, he must unravel her secrets. It is only when each accepts their destinies can they save their people from the plans of the Fate Sovereign.

If you’re looking for a steamy romance, a strong, smart heroine and interesting gadgets, this is the book for you! Fate War is a swords and guns, love and war, Steampunk inspired story that is sure to get your pistons pumping.

Guest Post: Five Things You Didn't Know About Fate War: Alliance

1. I’ve recently been learning about foraging and herbology so I gave that characteristic to Cole. He’s much better at it than I am.

2. Samantha’s appearance is based on a girl I performed with in my high school show choir. Just get GLEE out of your head right now…not even close. I thought she was the most beautiful person, inside and out, but I don’t think she saw herself that way. It was a perfect match for Sam

3. When I started writing Fate War: Alliance, it was supposed to be a standalone book. However, several characters began to whisper about their true origins and actions and the story kept building itself until I couldn’t complete it in one volume.  

This book gives Sam’s rise to greatness, the next book…well, Let’s just say it’s time for Cole to man up and several more characters will come out of the shadows.

4. Speaking of Cole and sequels, I chose the name “Cole” because it fit my Steampunk world. Get it? Cole...coal. Anyway, I wasn’t thinking about continuing the story.  

About halfway through, I realized IF I continued the stories, Cole would eventually become…you got it…King Cole. I debated changing his name, but he had already become such a real person to me, it was impossible. Go ahead, have your laugh.

5. Queen Adella, Samantha’s mother, is in NO way based on my own mother. My mother is the most kind, generous, excellent mother a soul could have.  She gave me a wonderfully perfect childhood and is the inspiration to all that I achieve.  Did I say that right, Mom? The cue card was a little smudged.

Cover Reveal: Broken Gates by D.T. Dyllin

We're revealing a cover for one of my favorite publishers, Dragonfairy Press, for a book authored by D.T. Dyllin, who has guest-posted here a couple of times. In fact, I'm pretty sure I already granted her honorary Fantasy Floozie status.

This is the second book in her P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy.

Author: D.T. Dyllin
Publisher: Dragonfairy Press
Expected Publication: May 24, 2013
Genre: New Adult Paranormal Romance

Book Description

P.J. Stone is a Seer who saw too little, too late.

In the past, her biggest worries were boys and school—but war has a way of changing things. Now, the alien Riders are trying to overrun the world. As the last of their kind, P.J. and her friends must find a way to save humanity before there’s nothing left to save.

After choosing a mate, P.J. hoped she'd have time to enjoy her love life. But with everything changing so quickly and major secrets revealed, who knows what the future will bring?

And, of course, let's not forget the first book in the P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy, Hidden Gates. Click on the cover for more information.

So what do you guys think of the Broken Gates cover?

Monday, March 25, 2013

Wherewolves Book Blast and Giveaway

BOOK BLURB:A group of high school seniors and their teacher, The Sarge, go on a survival training weekend and must face their biggest enemy: themselves. A growl they hear and one by one they disappear. What is out there? Can it really be werewolves?

A fresh take on bullying told using a fun, rapid-fire style; with edgy, layered characters and a plot twist with as much depth as impact.

Thought provoking. Intense. Action packed.
Based on the screenplay, WHEREWOLVES, by John Vamvas and Olga Montes. 

"SPARKLING DIALOGUE... THE WRITING IS SENSATIONAL." Emmy and Peabody Award winning writer, William Mastrosimone

"KEPT ME ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT. GETS YOUR PULSE POUNDING." Award winning investigative journalist, Victor Malarek, CTV, W-5


Together for over 20 years, John and Olga started as an acting team but soon began to write their own scripts for lack of finding two-person plays they could tour across North America. They wrote and toured four full-length critically acclaimed plays to packed houses across Canada and the United States, including, Bad Boy, which they performed Off-Off-Broadway at New York’s Creative Place Theatre in the heart of Times Square.

In 2001, they were approached to star in and rewrite the short film, Things Never Said in Playa Perdida. Playa won the audience award at the New York Short Film Festival in 2002 and tied first place at the Festivalisimo festival in Montreal.

WHEREWOLVES was written as a screenplay in 2010. Thanks to suggestions from fans on sites such as, they wrote the novel to get the story out while they wait for it to hit the screens.

Friday, March 22, 2013

Top Five Dark Erotica Novels

D. T. Dyllin

Hey Floozies and Floozers!

I was asked to list my top five dark erotica type style romances for Two Fantasy Floozies. 

The only problem I ran into is that I’ve crossed over some invisible line somewhere, and I’m like a jaded New Yorker on the subway watching the violence unfold before me with nary a care. 

Nothing is too dark or too disturbing for me anymore. Lol. So I made my list up of some of my favorite erotica. 

Are they dark and disturbing? 

I’ll let you be the judge. *winks *

5) The Siren by Tiffany Reisz 


The Siren is not your garden variety erotica

Yes, it’s centered around the BDSM lifestyle, but it’s more…so much more. 

It takes you on a journey into the world of two people who are exploring both their emotions and sexuality after having lost the loves of their lives. 

4) The Dark Garden by Eden Bradley

This one is an oldie but a goodie. 

It was my first BDSM read and it blows 50 Shades of Grey out of the water. ‘Nuff said. 

3) Captive in the Dark by C.J. Roberts


Yes, this one deals with human trafficking and rape and a host of other things that make most people cringe at the mere mention of them

*cough * Kenya Wright * cough * cough * 

But when you get down to it, it’s a tail woven about two broken souls looking for their place in life. Will they heal each other in the end or break each other irrevocably? The answer found in my number two book…

2) Seduced in the Dark by C.J. Roberts

I seriously loved this series. 

It was raw and gritty and I got the ending that I wanted. 

That’s why they are number 3&2 on my list. 

1) Undeniable by Madeline Sheehan

This book caused me to get an author crush on Madeline Sheehan. 

It was dark, twisty, and the characters drop the F bomb almost as much as I do…almost.

It just felt very authentic to me. Real life isn’t pretty, and neither is this book, which is why I loved it. 

About D.T.Dyllin

Author Website

Cynical-Optimist. Chocolate-holic. Sarcasm Addict. Paranormal Believer. Romance Junkie. Self Imposed Insomniac. Animal Lover. Writer.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Review: Parallel by Lauren Miller (5 stars)

by Lauren Miller
Publication: May 14, 2013
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Abby Barnes had a plan. The Plan. She'd go to Northwestern, major in journalism, and land a job at a national newspaper, all before she turned twenty-two. But one tiny choice—taking a drama class her senior year of high school—changed all that. Now, on the eve of her eighteenth birthday, Abby is stuck on a Hollywood movie set, miles from where she wants to be, wishing she could rewind her life. The next morning, she's in a dorm room at Yale, with no memory of how she got there. Overnight, it's as if her past has been rewritten.

With the help of Caitlin, her science-savvy BFF, Abby discovers that this new reality is the result of a cosmic collision of parallel universes that has Abby living an alternate version of her life. And not only that: Abby's life changes every time her parallel self makes a new choice. Meanwhile, her parallel is living out Abby's senior year of high school and falling for someone Abby's never even met.

As she struggles to navigate her ever-shifting existence, forced to live out the consequences of a path she didn't choose, Abby must let go of the Plan and learn to focus on the present, without losing sight of who she is, the boy who might just be her soul mate, and the destiny that's finally within reach.

Parallel blew my mind.

I went into this book thinking it would be young adult science fiction, which is a genre I love. It was. But it was also a romance novel that was both heart-breaking and heart-mending. I stayed up all night to finish this book because I had to know that Abby would find her soulmate in the end.

The primary complication to Abby's love life is the fact that her world collided with a parallel one a year ago. As a result, her present state is determined by choices her parallel self made in the past. Unfortunately, Abby suspects that her parallel self isn't exactly like her, so her parallel's choices don't always land Abby where she wants to be. She fears that one day she'll wake up and her love life will have been rewritten, and she'll be the only one who remembers how things are supposed to be. In the end, will she find her soulmate regardless of the path she's on?

It was 1:00 in the morning, and I was just about to put this book down after promising myself I would do so an hour earlier. Then this happened:

Yep, Parallel ripped my heart out and crushed it. So I had to keep reading until I finished the book, fighting with myself not to flip to the end to make sure everything was going to be okay.

Luckily, at the the conclusion, I was here:

Otherwise . . . well, let's just say I had a plan to hunt down and harass author Lauren Miller until she rewrote the ending. Lucky for her, I was more than satisfied.

I don't think all readers will enjoy the science babble explaining the entanglement of two parallel worlds. Personally, I thought this was a pretty cool aspect of the book. But even those who get a giant headache from the science babble can still enjoy the intensity of feelings that Abby has for her boyfriend—and that Abby's parallel has for her boyfriend.

The one thing I didn't absolutely love love love about Parallel is that I think I found a small glitch in the rubber science. If Abby and everyone in her world are getting the memories of their parallels, as theorized, then their parallels shouldn't be able to affect their physical properties. Abby shouldn't have scars from her parallel's injuries, and she shouldn't be in Connecticut just because her parallel went there instead of moving to California. This little glitch bothered me a bit. But you know what, Parallel? I still love you.

Most of my favorite books are action-heavy fantasy and science fiction novels. Parallel is now added to my favorites as one of the few romance novels I absolutely adored. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to young adult science fiction readers who like romance, as well as to contemporary romance readers. Just be prepared to put your heart on the line.

Thanks to HarperCollins for the free ARC of this title, provided through Edelweiss.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Blog Tour: Strength, by Carrie Butler

Today, we're presenting a new adult paranormal romance novel, Strength, by Carrie Butler. This tour is hosted by Xpresso Book Tours. If we're lucky, Carrie will stop by. So please feel free to say hello to her in the comments.

There's a giveaway at the end of this post!

by Carrie Butler
Publisher: Sapphire Star Publishing
Publication Date: March 7, 2013
Genre: New Adult Paranormal Romance

When college student Rena Collins finds herself nose-to-chest with the campus outcast, her rumor-laced notions are shattered. Handsome, considerate, and seemingly sane, Wallace Blake doesn’t look like he spends his nights alone, screaming and banging on the walls of his dorm room. Hell, he doesn’t look like he spends his nights alone, period.

Too curious for her own good, Rena vows to uncover the truth behind Wallace’s madman reputation--and how two seconds of contact had left her with bruises. Of course, there are a few setbacks along the way: guilt, admiration, feelings of the warm and fuzzy variety…

Not to mention the unwanted attention of Wallace's powerful, supernaturally-gifted family.

They’re a bloodline divided by opposing ideals, two soon-to-be warring factions that live in secret among us. When Rena ends up caught in their crossfire, Wallace has no choice but to save her by using his powers. Now they’re really in trouble. With war on the horizon and Rena’s life in the balance, he needs to put some distance between them. But Rena won’t let go. If fighting is what it takes to prove her own strength and keep Wallace in her life, then that’s what she’ll do--even if it means risking a whole lot more than her heart.

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After the screaming subsided and the noises stopped, I took a deep breath and pounded on the door again—mentally preparing myself for another bout of waiting. It wasn’t like I had anywhere to go. Gabby was still occupying the room downstairs. I had all the time in the world.

Not that he’d ever answer the freakin’ door.

I was about to retreat to my spot on the sofa, when the door jerked open with a barely-perceptible whoosh of air. My hair fanned at the abrupt vacuum, and I swallowed, feeling everything I’d planned to say disappear with a single glance. “Wallace…”

It looked like he’d just escaped a brutal assault, leaving half of his face swollen, red, and glistening with sweat—his left eyelid lowered at half-mast. “What?” he snapped, swiping the back of his wrist under his nose.

“I…I…” My voice jumped an octave. “Are you okay?”

His narrowed, unfocused gaze met mine. “I’m fine.”

He didn’t look fine. He looked dead.

“I just thought I heard something and wanted to check on you.” My adrenaline fed off of his fearsome exterior, burning my legs with the desire to run. It was like meeting the manifestation of our fears for the first time. He seemed so different from last night. “I-Is there someone with you?”

His austere features darkened, and he shifted from one side to the other. “Sure you wanna ask the crazy guy?”

Ouch. Okay, I deserved that.

He gripped the doorknob and tilted his chin, looking past me. “How about you?”

I turned as Aiden paled and backed away. “N-No,” he sputtered. “I-I mean you’re not crazy. You’re just…” He rubbed his hands on his pants. “Sorry, she just gets worried about…stuff.” Swallowing hard, he jerked his head toward his own door in a gesture for us to go. “We’ll leave you alone now.”

My heart raced. I was petrified, but my mind was reeling with possibilities. If I left, I’d have to forego what little ground I had already gained. Was it worth it? I couldn’t just spout idealistic lectures and then punk out when it came down to it, could I?

“Look, I just wanted to see if you were okay.” Also, please don’t hurt us.

“Well, you’ve done your good deed for the day.” Wallace stepped back and started to close the door. “You’ll sleep well tonight.”

“Wait! That’s not what I—”

“Goodnight.” He shut the door with a soft click.



The author, Carrie, is giving away five ebook copies of Strength. If you're into new adult paranormal, don't miss this one!

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Carrie daydreamed her way through college—until they thrust a marketing degree into her hands, slapped a summa cum laude seal on the corner, and booted her out into a less-than-stellar job market. Instead of panicking at the prospect of unemployment, she used her Midwestern logic to steer into the skid and point her life in the direction she really wanted to go: writing out those daydreams.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Book Blitz: Blood and Snow by RaShelle Workman

We're happy to participate in RaShelle Markman's book blitz, hosted by Xpresso Book Tours, for Blood and Snow. This is a young adult paranormal omnibus work, containing the twelve volumes of Markman's Blood and Snow series.

There's a giveaway at the end of this post! A big giveaway.

by RaShelle Workman
Genre: Young Adult Paranormal

Every thousand years the Vampire Queen selects a new body, always the fairest in the land, and this time she's chosen Snow White.

Snow isn't an ordinary girl. She doesn't know that yet.

When Snow gets bitten by a Hunter, her life is thrown into a whirlwind of change where instead of worrying about what to eat, she has to fight not to drink the blood of fellow high school students. She becomes a revenant - not quite human, not quite vampire.

With the help of an eccentric old Professor, his seven adoptive sons, and her best friend, Snow learns to control her blood craving. Sort of. She drinks a bloodlust tea, but she'd rather drink from her Hunter.

Or, a human.

She also discovers a whole other realm, one filled with fairies, dragons, and magic. And not only does the Vampire Queen want her, but there's a pendant called the Seal of Gabriel created for Snow by the Vampire Queen's twin sister. And Snow's supposed to use it to restore balance to all magical creatures. Including vampires.


“Welcome to my secret fortress, Silindra,” Titan said.

I grunted my response, walking past him to the doorway in the mountain, its entry bursting with light. The surface my feet touched was smooth and hard, like polished rock. But it wasn’t rock. It was some kind of iron. It swayed slightly, and I grabbed hold of the rails.

This is incredible, Snow White said.

I agreed wholeheartedly. Metal catwalks crisscrossed each other, reminding me of a spider’s web. Tall beams rose to the ceiling where millions of lights shone. It was as though Titan harnessed a portion of the sun, and somehow held its ray’s captive within.

In the center of the mountain, and vertical, reaching the top and I guessed touching the bottom, was a thick grated tube. Inside the tube were two sets of stairs. One used to walk up, and the other for down. A steady flow of occupants used them; exiting through archways onto walkways like the one I was on. The walkways led to large, cylinder-shaped holes carved into the mountain.

Cautious, I glanced over the side and felt my throat drop into my stomach. A seemingly endless amount of walkways weaved from the center stairs, and downward.

I took a deep breath, noting the tang of something sour, like curdled milk. The voices of thousands echoed as trolls, fairies, gremlins, and other magical creatures busily rushed around. Like a strange city.

“What is this place,” I finally asked.

“This is Varden. The place where all the scientific magic happens,” he responded, pushing his bulky body past me, walking briskly along the path. The metal shuddered under his weight, and I held my breath. Snow let out a tiny scream.

I tried to calm my nerves and Snow’s.

It’ll hold him, I told her and myself. And I hoped I was right.

When he reached the stairs, he turned. “Do you want the strength of a troll or not?” Lifting my chin, I said, “Of course I do.”


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RASHELLE WORKMAN lives on a mountain with her husband, three children, and three dogs. From her back porch she can see the city lights and imagine... She's the bestselling author of the Dead Roses series (Sleeping Roses is being translated into Turkish, and will be available in print wherever Turkish books are sold in 2014), the Immortal Essence series, and the Blood and Snow series.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Book Review & Giveaway: Corporate Affair

Book Summary: A smart, sexy entrepreneur. A wealthy, arrogant ladies’ man set on purchasing her company. And a hot bed of chemistry neither one of them anticipated.

My Review

Favorite Scene:
     Aiden reached out and closed the door behind her. He took her by both arms and turned her until they were face to face. 
     “I don’t want a drink,” he said. “I want you.” 
     He pulled her in to him and held her against his chest. She lay her cheek on the soft cotton of his shirt. The song of his beating heart sounded in her ear. 
     “Please stay,” he said, bending his head to hers.
     Jordan didn’t reply. She answered with her lips, lifting her face to his, seeking his mouth with hers

               This was an easy and FUN read. It took me two days to devour it. The narrative voice flowed with ease. As you can see from the teaser excerpt above, it was a hot page-turner.

               I think that what knocked the book down from five stars to me is that at times I found the plot-line predictable and I just prefer a Darker type of contemporary romance. This novel leaned more on the sweet side. 

                Additionally, Aiden represented the typical hero--playboy, not ready to settle down or take women seriously. I adored that, but I craved more. Let's face it. . .I wanted Aiden to be a DICK! He wasn't. He was a nice playboy. I prefer my playboys to be balancing on the tip of asshole and gentleman (Yes. I'm a sicko). 

                However, Jordan was a fresh new character for this genre. She possessed a spunk that I usually don't see with contemporary romance heroines. I so so so so LOVED that she was a Mother! Loved! Jordan was the reason why I turned the page. I really wanted to see how things would turn out for her.

All and all, grab it if you love a rich guy romance with a strong heroine!

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Linda has written steadily throughout the years, but usually other people’s papers, speeches, or articles for agricultural trade magazines. Her only published work of fiction was a children’s book, “The Copper Angel of Piper’s Mill”, written in 1988 when her children were still small. Now that the kids are out of the house, Linda is writing fiction again, and this time it’s personal! She writes full time and it’s Romance! Her first romance novel, “Small Town Girl” is being published by Omnific Publishing and should be available late summer/early fall of this year.

Linda lives in a romantic stone house in the green mountains of Vermont surrounded by her gardens and her animals who include horses, sheep, cats, dogs, chickens, a parakeet and various wildlife visitors who wander in and out at will. When time permits, she also enjoys sketching and painting.

Friday, March 15, 2013

March New Releases Giveaway Hop (International)

I truly love blog hops! It's a great way to discover new blogs and books as well as WIN STUFF!

From March 15-31
Fantasy Floozies will be participating in the 
New Release Giveaway Hop (International)!

Floozies and Floozers! 
There are some hot books coming out this March, baby! 
I wanted to keep it down to three books, but F%*# that! 

How can I pick?

Somehow I narrowed it down to SEVEN hot books from different genres! (Sadly) The winner must pick ONE from this tribe of ripe entertainment. You may pick ebook or print (if it is available in print).
Note: An international winner can pick print only if the Book Depository ships to them.

So what am I offering to you sexy book addicts?

In Adult Fantasy we have:

As the son of the forgotten fourth Fate, Lady Fortuna, Nyx has been hunted his entire life by the three Sisters of Fate that murdered his mother.

New York Times bestselling author Anne Bishop creates a world inhabited by the Others, unearthly entities—vampires and shape-shifters among them—who rule the Earth and whose prey are humans. 

Mercy Thompson returns in the seventh novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series. Mercy Thompson’s life has undergone a seismic change. 

In YA FANTASY/SCI-FI, we have:

Descended from witches, Nadia senses a dark and powerful magic at work in her new town.

A heart-stopping Sci-fi story of love, death, technology, and art set amid the tropics of a futuristic Brazil.

In search of the truth, Mia discovers a past life of forbidden love, jealousy and revenge that tore an angel from Heaven and sent her to an early grave. 

New Adult Paranormal Romance:

College student Rena finds herself nose-to-chest with the campus outcast. Too curious for her own good, Rena vows to uncover the truth behind Wallace’s madman reputation--and how two seconds of contact had left her with bruises. 

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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Cover Reveal: Demon Derby by Carrie Harris

Today, we have a cover reveal for Demon Derby, a young adult paranormal novel coming next year from Random House and author Carrie Harris.

Author: Carrie Harris
Publisher: Random House
Expected Publication Date: March 2014
Genres: Paranormal
Age Group: Young Adult

Book Description

Casey kicked cancer’s ass. Now a demon wants to kick hers...

Casey hates being known as the girl who survived cancer. She wants people to treat her like her old self, fearless and strong. And after a creepy encounter with a crazy guy in an alley, Casey is all about reclaiming her power.

So when she has a chance to try out for the Apocalypsies roller derby team, she jumps on it. Being a derby girl would prove that she doesn’t need anybody’s pity. It doesn’t hurt that Michael, the team manager, is almost unnaturally hot. Which makes sense when Casey finds out that he’s not even human.

Michael’s got a secret: he trains demon hunters. That crazy guy in the alley? Demon. And the fact that Casey went head to head with evil and lived makes her a threat to demonkind. Casey thought she’d already fought and won the battle of her lifetime. But it’s only beginning...

From Carrie Harris, author of Bad Taste in Boys and Bad Hair Day, comes a knockout new read for anyone facing their own demons—inside and out.

About the Author


Carrie Harris is the author of BAD TASTE IN BOYS and BAD HAIR DAY. Her husband is a cancer survivor and a ninja doctor, and her three kids are already in training to fight evil someday. She collects monster-themed clothing, is physically incapable of being serious for more than five minutes at a time, and isn’t a derby girl…yet.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

COLLEGE CRACK: Exploring New Adult Campus Romances

I'm really starting to love the New Adult genre. 
What does a book need to have in order to qualify as a New Adult genre? 

Here's the definition by New Adult Alley 
(which is the top blog spot I get all my NA recommendations):

Typically, a novel is considered NA if it encompasses the transition between adolescence—a life stage often depicted in Young Adult (YA) fiction—and true adulthood. 

Protagonists typically fall between the ages of eighteen and twenty-six, though exceptions may apply. NA characters are often portrayed experiencing: college, living away from home for the first time, military deployment, apprenticeships, a first steady job, a first serious relationship, etc. 

Other terms for NA include: Upper YA, Crossover Fiction, and Mature YA.

(Definition copied from the NA Alley website)

So on my journey through New Adult I've created some fun little categories for myself. Each month I'll discuss one of my categories and giveaway a book that I believe falls in it. 

For today, I want to present my NA category I labeled College Crack. I'm giving away Broken at Love to one winner who can choose print or eBook.  I just read it this weekend and believe it truly embodies my category.

Book Blurb: When a knee injury ends twenty-year-old Quinn Rowland’s pro tennis career, he’s not only dumped by his hot Russian girlfriend but ordered to attend college by his disinterested billionaire father. A rich kid who’s not used to being disappointed by life, Quinn and his sociopathic half-brother Sebastian create a frat house game intended to treat girls how they see them—as simple game pieces to be manipulated for their pleasure.

College sophomore Emilie Swanson knows Quinn’s reputation—after all, he did send one of her sorority sisters into therapy earlier in the semester—but the game and his charm bring them closer together and soon she starts to believe there’s more to Quinn than people think.

But what if the more is something darker than a game of toying with emotions and breaking hearts?

  • Set on a college campus 
  • The characters tend to possess some serious emotional scars
  • The courting and/or relationship is rocky and drenched in angst.
  • One character usually has some money whether because they're from a rich family or the money was left to them.
  • Alpha Male. I won't lie. On the alpha spectrum these books lean closer to the psychotic verging on creep side. Yet, there are also some really sweet non-creepy guys too.

Here's My Top College Crack books!

High drama, intense raw emotion, and alpha verging on creepy
Sex: Hot

Mysterious, empowering women, & sweet alpha with a huge heart
Sex: Sweet
Emotionally scarred students fall in love.
Sex: warmer than sweet, but not scorching hot

Tear jerker, sweet romance
Sex: None (at least I don't remember any)

Virgin and professor
Sex: Sweet

College Nerd - Rich CEO.
Sex: Wow! Lots! (in the later volumes)

Hot Rocker- College Chick, full of drama, love triangle.
Sex: Hot

Release Date: March 12, 2013
Hot rich alpha is tamed (or is he?) by a no-nonsense sorority girl.

Sex: Scorching Hot

FYI, three on this list I had problems with.

Losing It ended up being too sweet for my taste even though I enjoyed it.

Beautiful Disaster's alpha guy freaked me out. At times he was just too intense and dependent on the heroine.

Thoughtless There's some cheating involved in the plotline. I hated it the whole time, even though the bok made me lose lots of sleep.

However, all the books as well as the ones on this list had me up all night unable to go to sleep and put it down. 

What are some of your top College Crack novels?

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